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“(The child then played a song by a "'lectric" engine on the piano and tried to write the notes.)”
“Actually, i watch it through my neighbors window since I got no lectric power in my trailer.”
“Furthermore, who's the woman who follows the three tender items just mentioned with Bessie Smith's unflinchingly hard-nosed blues, "Send Me to the 'lectric Chair"?”
“It's a coded reference to nulabour's New Feudalism: food, 'lectric and water rationing, huge taxation, house and savings grabs, window and widow taxes, more authoritarian life controls than us great unwashed of UK ever experienced in war time ... unburied bodies and 3 day weeks too.”
“I gotta wait fo 'a reply at th'Eastern' lectric," he was protesting.”
“Himz has alreedy chewed fru 3 lectric cord witch iz whi P-K gibbed him da blog, tu warn peeps ob da goggie pranks an a playce where adbice can sharded.”
“The drive to Galveston "is paved and lighted" and "free of rustlers," the judge wrote in a ruling, adding that his courtroom has "got lights, indoor plummin ',' lectric doors, and all sorts of new stuff.”
“Oh judge, judge, lordy lordy judge, send me to the 'lectric chair”
“So judge, judge, good kind judge, send me to the 'lectric chair”
“Judge, judge, please mister judge, send me to the 'lectric chair”
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