File1, 2, & 3 for jnickens:


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File1:

Pony Boy says this to Cherry Valence after spending some time with her at
the movie. This quote is an attempt to close the social gap between
Greasers and Soc's. Although the two groups have starkly different
lifestyles and opportunities, they all live in the same world, under the
same sun. Pony Boy is also trying to point out to Cherry that not all
Greasers fufill their rough, unrefined stereo type. Some, like him, have
an appreciation for beauty and not just violence. Stay Golden Pony Boy.

Hello World! The sun is shining bright today. It's been pretty cold as of
late. Hopefully the weather stay warm. I love warm weather. I hate the
cold. The only thing good about the cold is Christmas and New Year's day.

Roses are red, violets are blue, I just want to graduate already from VCU
One fish, two fish, red fish, blue fish. Knick knack patty whack give a
dog a bone, this old man came rolling home.

File2:

We all had money to get in, it only costs a quarter if you're not in a car
but Dally hated to do things the legal way. He liked to show that he
didn't care whether there was a law or not. He went around trying to break
laws. We went to the rows of seats in front of the concession stand to sit
down. Nobody else was there except two girls who were sitting down front.
Dally eyed them coolly, then walked down the aisle and sat right behind
them. I had a sick feeling that Dally was up to his usual tricks, and I
was right. He started talking loud enough for the two girls to hear. He
started out bad and got worse. Dallas could talk awful dirty if he wanted
to and I guess he wanted to then.

Twinkle, twinkle little star, how I wonder what you are. Up above the
world so high, like a diamond in the sky. When the blazing sun is gone,
when he nothing shines upon. Then you show your little light, twinkle
twinkle, all the night.

Then the Travler int the dark, thanks you for your tiny spark. He could
not see which way to go, if you didn't twinkle so. In the dark blue sky
you keep, and often through my curtains you peep. For you never shut your
eye, 'Til the sun is in the sky.

File3:

We climbed up to the church, although it was a lot farther away than it
looked. The road got steeper with every step I was feeling kinda drunk. I
always do when I get too sleepy, and my legs got heavier and heavier. I
guess Johnny was sleepier than I was, he stayed awake on the train to make
sure we got off on the right place. It took us about forty-five minutes to
get there. We climbed in a back window. It was a small church, real old
and spooky and spiderwebby. It gave me the creeps.

Old Mother Hubbard, went to the cupboard, to give the dog a bone. When she
came there, the cupboard was bare, and so the poor dog had none. She went
to the baker, to buy him some bread. When she came back, the dog was dead.
She went to the undertaker's, to but him a coffin. When  she came back the
dog was laughing.

She took a clean dish, to get him some tripe. When she came back, he was
smoking his pipe. She went to the alehouse, to get him some beer. When she
came back, the dog sat in a chair. She went to the tavern, for white wine
and red. When she came back, the dog stood on his head. She went to the
fruiterer's, to buy him some fruit. When she came back, he was playing the
fruit.

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