• Don and his gopher Bob are in Don's Resale Shop.
• Don is wondering why Bob has returned early from his job watching someone at a house.
• Bob left his post because he thought the person had gone out the back door.
• Don is upset and tells Bob they had a business deal and his reasons for leaving his post are not good enough.
• He tells Bob that actions count, not intentions.
• Bob says he's sorry, and Don says he's not mad at him.
• Don cleans up his shop from the poker game the night before.
• He tells Bob he's trying to teach him something about business.
• Don uses Fletcher, his poker buddy, as an example of someone who stands for something.
• Don says Fletcher has the skill and talent to arrive at his own conclusions.
• Don and Bob discuss the poker game of the previous evening.
This section contains 2,503 words
(approx. 9 pages at 300 words per page)