A Boy and His Dog - Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 8 Summary

The green box takes Vic to a storefront "Better Business Bureau" where old men and women greet him. One takes his metal plate and removes his weapons. The old people begin to argue and then explain to Vic that he has been brought "downunder" as an experiment. They have a nice life going but they have no baby boys. They need certain kinds of men. Vic sits down on the floor and laughs until he has tears in his eyes. They need him to "service" the women. He unzipped his pants and offers to get started, but the old people hustle him to a boarding house so he can get to know Topeka. Vic becomes very claustrophobic and bored in a week. All the food is artificial and tastes like chalk. Since they have given him the run of the town, he finds...

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