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The Government has two methods of controlling overpopulation: voluntary suicide and ethical birth control. Voluntary suicides are assisted by hostesses that puts the volunteer to sleep. Men and women take mandatory ethical birth control pills that do not prevent reproduction, only the desire for sex. One day the Sheriff comes to the Hyannis Suicide Parlor to tell the Hostesses that Billy the Poet is going to Suicide Parlors and deflowering the Hostesses. After he is gone, the Hostesses have been unable to describe him accurately. The Sheriff tells them that Billy usually sends a dirty poem to the Hostess he has targeted. Just as Nancy is about to leave the room to assist the Foxy Grandpa volunteer she has been helping, the mailman arrives with a dirty poem from Billy the Poet.

Foxy Grandpa removes his rubber mask and...

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