Policy is what the kingpins want. What the others want is juvenile delinquency. (18)
I started to say something that came out "Fiddle-de-doo." It's a saying of my grandmother's, and I know she would have been
"I don't think you know what you're saying," Lengel said.
"I know you don't," I said. "But I do." (28-30)
"You'll feel this for the rest of your life," Lengel says, and I know that's true, too, but remembering how he made that pretty girl blush makes me so scrunchy inside I punch the No Sale tab and the machine whirs "pee-pul" and the drawer splats out. (31)