|26 aSo much of it that you can share it without even really working for it,
27 But not if you'd rather share bpoverty instead,
28 Which is completely free,
29 cBecause nobody with any sense wants it,
30 At all.
31 And then Harry ddrove away.
CHAPTER 131 In this fashion did Harry visit many ecommunes located in the Most Chosen Nation on Earth,
2 And never once did he charge money for the lessons he gave out to the youngsters of the fGreat New Generation,
3 And on no occasion did he sell them books or pamphlets,
4 Or ask them to buy T-shirts with his words imprinted on them,
5 Or even to pay for the gexcrement he handed out to all who asked for it,
6 Proving that he was truly the hOne who had been prophesied,
7 The One who knew the way to be,
8 As dreamt of by all the iVIPs,
9 And wherever he went in the Most Chosen Nation on Earth, Harry left youngsters scratching their heads,
10 Because age-old jdesires were blooming in their hearts,
11 And a new kind of kcertainty was incubating in their brains,
12 And a new breed of lblame was taking root in their mouths,
13 Which meant that the time had indeed come,
14 For the Way of Harry.
||CHAPTER 141 And so the day came that Harry decided he needed some followers,
2 To follow him around,
3 Wherever he went,
4 Because when you are truly the One,
5 You need followers,
6 mBecause that's the way it works,
7 As everyone knows.
8 nAnd thus it happened that Harry went to a Great Temple of Learning,
9 oLocated in a Great Stupid City in New England,
10 And gathered in some followers, saying,
11 pCome with me, and I will show you how to shoot qcraps with the universe,
12 And rwin.
13 Then did a dozen of them join with him,
14 sAnd their names were Joe, and Jerry, and Sam, and Tom, and Ira, and Willie, and Ned, and Mort, and Tony, and Fred,
15 As well as a couple of hoods named tLucky and uVinnie,
16 vBecause Harry was no snob.
17 wAnd when they had joined him, he made them wash their hands of everything,
18 xSo that they could learn to shoot craps with the universe,
19 yAnd win,
20 Which he was willing to teach them for free,
21 Without charging them any tuition,
22 Or any plane fare for riding on his Learjet,
23 Or any room and board for all the hotel rooms they stayed in,
24 Or anything at all for the beverages and excrement they consumed,