Books [Declaration of Independence]
Something like respect shone in the eyes of the domineering time merchant as he started his motor up again. “I don't blame you for getting hot, son,” he said thoughtfully, “and from now on I'll keep to my own side of the road with you. But damn your hardheaded time, if that mortgage is not paid the day it is due, I'll sure get a lot of pleasure out of throwing you into the middle of the road.”
“Go to it and welcome,” Mal answered, as he picked up the lines and clucked to Old Butler.
“You know, Old Mule,” Mal said reflectively as the automobile sped away, “I've got a strong idea King George meant what he said!”