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I am still the record holder for Deporter-in-Chief.
“Thank you for coming out tonight to the auction. Let me remind you that we all winning bids must be paid upfront, and we are only accepting cash. First up on the block: Michael, being sold to a new family. He has previously been sold to a farm and is well versed in agricultural work as well as standard slave chores such as room cleaning, cleaning toilets, and washing dishes. Again, this is a fine specimen. No scars, no visible injuries, and examined personally by Dr. Ted McCaulay. Opening bid for Michael will be $1,000. Do I hear $2,000. OK then, next up on the auction block: Gordon.”
John and Elly have two slaves named Michael and Elizabeth and a beast of burden named Farley. Life is good.
Gordon’s father is a dropout. The more education people have, the less violent they are. Stay in school, everyone.
Brian does not have your best interests in mind, Michael. This is the same kid who stabbed you in the back at summer camp who ratted to his mother about Michael being caught spying on the girls’ shower hut, despite the fact Brian was also a participant. Brian’s mom in turn ratted to Elly. They don’t call him “Lyin’ Brian” for nothing.
And no one though of having Gordon be the one to tend April? Make him serve a term of indentured servitude.
Put Gordon on the auction block, or his parents will sell him to the Pattersons. Since he damaged Elly’s property, might as well become Elly’s property himself.
Public school graduates. When it comes to education, you get what you pay for.
Because Lynn Johnston was pooping where she ate.
What’s all the fuss about using physical force against others. Jesus did. He used a whip to punish the filthy capitalists when he drove them out of the temple.