|2 Harry and his followers decided to hang out there for a while,
3 And pass the time with their new afriends,
4 Which they did,
5 And so they had many adventures,
6 bAnd went to many many parties,
7 And washed the hands of hundreds of Philadelphians,
8 And consumed lots and lots and lots of mind-altering substances,
9 cUntil they kind of lost track of the time,
10 Which happens sometimes,
11 dIf you're following the Way of Harry.
CHAPTER 471 It may have been on a Monday,
2 Although it's hard to be sure,
3 That Harry decided to visit his friends at the eUniversity of fBenjamin Franklin,
4 Which was in Philadelphia,
5 And full of very very smart people,
6 gWho looked exactly like Angels,
7 Until Harry said to them, Isn't it time you were having a bath and a shave,
8 So that you can go out and get whats coming to you,
9 Namely, the hspoils of the richest nation on earth,
10 Which your parents amassed,
11 So that you could spend them?
12 After all, do you not recall the wisdom of your founding father, who said, i"A penny saved is a penny you don't have to earn,"
||13 Or something like that?
14 And when Harry had put it to them in those terms,
15 The children of Benjamin Franklin decided that maybe it was time to go to jlaw school,
16 kOr business school,
17 And start climbing the ltree of Man.
CHAPTER 481 Then it may have been on a Tuesday that Harry got some new Silver Clouds,
2 And decided to try them out,
3 By driving all the way mnorth on Broad Street,
4 Through the very worst part of town,
5 Where there were bloodstains on every corner,
6 Because there was a tavern on every corner,
7 And drunken people with guns inside.
8 The followers grew nervous as they drove,
9 Because the looks they were getting from people on the sidewalks were not nnice,
10 At all,
11 But Harry calmed them down, saying,
12 Put not your trust in the omercy of men,
13 But in the steadfast nature of bulletproof glass,
14 Carbon-steel door locks,
15 And forged armor plating,
16 Which are the first options I check when ordering a new pSilver Cloud.
17 Now, I think it is time to go elsewhere,
18 qBecause poverty is depressing,