A .45 to Pay the Rent | Doing Time with Public Enemy No. 1
A .45 to Pay the Rent
â€¢ Duke and his 4-year-old daughter Lala shop for groceries.
â€¢ Lala is outgoing and asks a lot of questions about the things in the store.
â€¢ Duke tries to answer her questions the best that he can and likens the sun to an avocado.
â€¢ Lala fills the cart and they go home.
â€¢ Pretending that Lala is the mom and Duke is the baby, Duke explains that he must work at night so no one sees him.
â€¢ At home, Mag (Duke's wife) scolds him for letting Lala pick groceries and asks him not to go out that night, begging him to get a normal, legal job.
â€¢ Duke loses his temper and says that every job is like a crime and he is a 'prisoner to his own criminal record.'
â€¢ As Mag reads to Lala...
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