Pirates Versus Privates, 21Grandmother's kitchen always smelled of orange tarts. The granddaughter always loved the smell, and always associated the scent with her darling grandmother. Every time the child visited her grandparents, she would run straight for the kitchen, where a fresh batch of goodies awaited her. As she would sit to eat the tarts, Grandmother would pull up a chair, and tell the little one all kinds of exciting stories about the N.A.V.Y. and fighting pirates. The girl would listen, rapt, and try to imagine herself in the role of such an amazing woman.
Pirates Versus Privates, 20Ducksworth was one of Scrooge McDuck's most loyal servants, and proved this by continuing to work despite Scrooge's absence. He continued to cook, clean, and arrange Scrooge's finances. Many of the other servants had left, not seeing a point to continue their job if their employer couldn't be found. By the time May arrived, the mansion had only two occupants. It was early afternoon when Ducksworth finished dusting Scrooge's bedroom, and when he came down the stairs to start on dinner, he was surprised to see the second occupant waiting for him in the living room.
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Pirates Versus Privates, TenMinnie wasn't sure if she should treat the fighting trio like the civilized men she thought they could be, or like the fourth graders they were acting like. She took a breath, and then raised her voice, trying to get their attention. "That's enough!" But either they didn't hear her, or they were ignoring her, because the fight still waged on. Even Mortimer was foolishly getting in on it, hiding behind a tree and throwing rocks at Oswald and Pete. Minnie tried again and again, her voice growing louder and louder. "Gentlemen If you could just I'm trying to Will you idiots just stop?!"
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