Paladin: Mr. Lee. A fence has two sides. Even this one.
Lee: I'm agreeable with that.
Paladin: Why don't you give in?
Lee: I've seen fences that didn't bother me none. They wind, the way the land winds. Nothing in nature is that straight. I wouldn't let Advent straighten that jog in the fence now, even if I hadn't promised his brother not to. That little crook in the fence, it pleasures me. Would you give in?
Paladin: I don't know.
Lee: Well, I thought about it once. Changed my mind, though.
Paladin: Oh, why?
Lee: Well, I got to thinking, 'bout how straight that blamed fence would be, and I couldn't sleep a wink all night.