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Replacing a tip jar, here's a bit of Kerouac on oil, from the opening quotes to the novel.

...that boy will have to learn to flag himself without nobody helping him as many's the time I've seen some of these young goats think they have everything but the plan is late, the word will have to wait, the massive arboreal thief with the crime of the kind, and air and all kinds of ghouls - ZONKed! made tremendous by the flare of the whole prime and encrudulatures of all kinds - San Francisco and shroudband Bay Shores the last and the last furbelow of the eek plot pall prime tit top work oil twicks and wouldn't you?
    Jack Kerouac, October in the Railroad Earth

"Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one's courage." - Ana´s Nin

by Crazy Horse on Wed Jul 2nd, 2008 at 05:12:15 PM EST

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