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I go to Pencey Prep, well I used to go. I got kicked out, but the school was filled with a bunch of phony hotshots anyway. They even advertise about it, "always showing some hotshot guy on a horse jumping over a fence."
PENCEY PREP "Since 1888 we have been molding boys into splendid, clear-thinking young men."
Ernie is really good at playing the piano, but he's not that great. Sometime when he plays, "he sounds like the kind of guy that won't talk to you unless you're a big shot."
I tried imagining Sally Haye's mother doing something charitable like the nuns. All I could imagine was that she'd probably just end up in some swanky place for lunch. "That's what I like about those nuns. You could tell for one thing, that they never went anywhere swanky for lunch."
I don't why, but I asked Sally to runaway with me to Massachusetts or Vermont. I told her we'd "stay in these cabin camps and stuff like that till the dough runs out...I could chop all our own wood in the winter time and all.
I hit up Mr. Antolini's house for a while. He started giving me advice about my life and even wrote it down for me. The note read "...the mark of the mature man is that he wants to live humbly for one [cause]."
As I was waiting for Phoebe to meet me up during her lunch break, I started thinking about what I'd do when I left. "I'd be somewhere out West where it was very pretty and sunny...I figured I could get a job at a filling station somewhere, putting gas and oil in people's cars...and I'd build me a little cabin..."
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