The Outsiders

What dose Randy say at the end of their conversation that shows that he is learning not to stereotype?


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Randy actually cares about what Pony's parents feel like. He does not know Pony's parents are dead so he assumes they feel as bad as his own parents,

"I guess your folks feel kind of awful about it, too."

"My parents are dead. I live here with just Darry and Soda, my brothers." I took a long drag on my cigarette.