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Well, can you imagine a big style with a lace collar and velvet pants and long, curly hair — blonde hair that came down to his shoulders?
KIRBY: He was as tough as anybody else, but he was young. My mother wanted my brother to wear nice clothes and be a big style kid.
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GROTH: What kind of recreational activities did you engage in as a kid?
KIRBY: It stays inside you, somehow, and it always has its uses.
KIRBY: A climb-out fight is where you climb a building.
Out of a class of 27, just me and another fellow graduated. GROTH: Now, what do you mean by a “climb-out fight”? You fight on the roof, and you fight all the way down again.