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Does it dry up like a raisin in the sun?
Pull it in up here.
Or fester like a sore, and then run?
Maybe it just sags like a heavy load.
Or does it explode?
Come on, Johnson, l'm out.
And there's still hot water.
-Watch your step.
Walter, it's after seven.
You're gonna be late.
Travis out of the bathroom yet?
No, not yet, but he will be soon.
And, what's the point
if you don't get up when it goes off?
when l got you?
Only problem is,
l can't just hit a button and turn you off.
What kind of eggs you want?
-Where the paper?
-Where it always is.
What's your problem this morning?
l don't have a problem. And l hope
Yeah, you got a problem.
What's that boy doing in the bathroom
all this time?
He's just gonna have
l can't be being late to work on
lt's not his fault he can't get to bed at night
because he got a bunch of
crazy, loudmouth, good-for-nothing people,
running their mouths
in what's supposed to be his bedroom
00 at night.
Why they gotta be loudmouths?
Because they are loud, and nothing that
comes out of them mouths is important.
That's what you're mad about, ain't it?
Things l want to talk about with my friends
just couldn't be important
in your mind, could they?
Looking just like how you looked
lt's gone now. You look like yourself again.
Just eat your eggs.
tomorrow, don't you?
Yeah, l know.
l'm out, but you better hurry. l heard
Yes, it does, Travis. But it's too early
so just eat your breakfast.
But l need fifty cents.
-For the poor Negroes in history.
For the what?
''Their'' history. And what's that got to
to buy special books
that'll tell us about the things
the poor Negroes did.
ls that the way the teacher put it,
the ''poor Negroes''?
Yes, ma'am. That's the way
she always puts it.
special books for the poor Negroes.
-Yes, Mama, that's what l said.
-l don't have it.
But l don't want to be the only one
without the money, Ma.
l said l don't have it, Travis.
Just eat your breakfast.
Then go on and make up your bed.
Can l maybe bag groceries
at the market after...
You wanna have all your teeth
in your head when you get older.
to kiss her goodbye, but l'll fix her.
''l won't kiss her, and she'll be sorry.
''l won't kiss her goodbye
for nothing in this world,
'''cause l know that's
just what she wants me to do.''
Can l please bag groceries? Can l, Mama?
-What is it he want to do?
-For the poor Negroes in history, Dad.
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