Naw. I just wanted to know how much I left on the table.
Naw, it was burned to a crisp by the time I uncovered it.
Naw. I'm a short timer with mostly circulars on my desk.
Naw. He said Julie never talks about that old stuff and my guess is he doesn't want to open a can that might be messy.
Naw. I know he doesn't have a record.
Naw. I was a good little soldier, just like now.
. .naw, I guess I have to be the one to tell her.
Naw. I don't mean that.
Naw. Some mucky muck from Denver.
Naw. I didn't have much time.
Naw. She goes down to the bar on Tuesdays.
Naw, I can stay here alone.
"Naw," Fred answered, slumping down in a chair.
Naw. Nobody bothered to challenge anyone.
Naw. He's bitching a lot about headaches, double vision and memory loss, and wants to see his own doctor but he ain't gonna die.
Naw, it's more than that.
Naw. But it don't matter.
Naw, I don't think so.
Naw, she's a Boyd kid.
Naw. He didn't do that.
Naw, just his mother.
Naw. Just exchanging papers with the lawyer.
Naw. They drove off to the south.
Naw. Jeff would hit all of the districts a few times a year, spend two, sometimes three days depending on the need.
Naw. You have to go that alone.
Naw. Just drop you off to give me enough time to get out of here.
Naw. I'm ancient history to him.
Naw, just for tonight.
Naw. I was on the job.
Naw. My guys found a forwarding address someplace out west but there's no phone hooked up yet.
"Naw, we don't know no twins at all," piped up Flanders, who Dean pegged as the really smart one of the pair.
Naw. I guess I should have.