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I seed sum ub teh coarsest, rudest, vulgarist brassur frassurs alibe wiff
And the postman came and rapped at him, and the vulgarist boy with a letter came and hit him up against the door.
The vulgarist Plugson of a Master-Worker, not a man to strangle by
But laughter -- loud peals of laughter -- are like breakers -- blind breakers on a blind coast, where no verdure grows except that of tangle, and whatever is made into that vulgarist of all commodities, kelp.
Laurence is obviously angry at the political scene, he views politicians as the vulgarist of vagabonds - compulsive liers, self interested, incapable of humility and working inside a system that does not truly represent our views to boot.