WAS THERE EVER A TIME YOU WANTED TO TAKE THE BUS WHEN THE BOYCOTT WAS ON?
No, I didn't ever want to take it, because I didn't want no trouble. I'd rather to walk than to have any trouble. We kept down all the trouble we possibly could. And I showed them—-I know I wouldn't do this, Reverend King, in a way. ‘Cause what he took I, I would fought back with him. I know I couldn't have stood it and I didn't try. Just like when Reverend King went somewhere up north and there was a—that woman stook him with that uh, fingernail file, I spec' I would have knocked her under the ground not in the ground, I'm so glad though that it wasn't me, it was somebody could stand it.