Liddy wanted to go back to the city at once, but the milk-boy said that Thomas Johnson, the Armstrongs’ colored butler, was working as a waiter at the Greenwood Club, and might come back. I have the usual scruples about coercing people’s servants away, but few of us have any conscience regarding institutions or corporations—witness the way we beat railroads and street-car companies when we can—so I called up the club, and about eight o’clock Thomas Johnson came to see me. I’m 97% Sure You Don’t Like Me But I’m 100% Sure I Don’t Care Shirt, Hoodie. Poor Thomas!
I’m 97% Sure You Don’t Like Me But I’m 100% Sure I Don’t Care Shirt, Hoodie