And at the beginning of the whole fracas I said—I’ve said right along—that we ought to have entered the war the minute Germany invaded Belgium.
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Once upon a peculiar time, long before there were towers or steeples or any tall buildings at all in the city of London, there was a flock of pigeons who got it into their minds that they wanted a nice, high place to roost, above the bustle and fracas of human society.
Ransom Riggs -- Hollow City
After the noise subsided above, I saw that it was past noon and at the same time realized that both the fornication and the fracas had in some urgent, vicarious way made me incredibly hungry, as if I had actually partaken in whatever had taken place up there.