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"I told Lori about my escape fund, the seventy-five dollars I've saved. From now on, I said, it would be our joint fund. We'd take on extra work after school and put everything we earned into the piggy bank. Lori could take it to New York to get established, so that by that time, I arrived, everything would be set" (223).
"Lori has always made very good posters, for football rallies... The posters were so good that word of mouth spread, and soon Lori had such a backlog of orders that she was working until one or two every morning" (223-224).
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I made money babysitting or doing other kids' homework. I did book reports, science essays, and math... I also tutored kids for two dollars an hour" (224).
"Oz had no plugged hole on the bottom, and the slot on the top was too narrow to work bills out, even if you used a knife, so once you'd put money into Oz, it stayed there...We couldn't count the money, because Oz was translucent, we could see our cash accumulating inside when we held him up to the light" (224).
" One evening in May, when we'd been saving our money for almost a nine months, I came home with a couple of dollars I'd made babysitting and went to the bathroom to stash them in Oz....Someone had slashed him apart with a knife and stolen all the money" (228).
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