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Chapters 81-87 Summary

Henry's next job is making Christmas items up until Thanksgiving; then they are laid off. They mostly stand around smoking. Henry suggests they all go to a bar every day for lunch. One afternoon they do not return and are fired in the morning.

Henry deals again with fluorescent lights, putting in ten-hour days packing the heavy units for Honeybeam Company. Most of his coworkers are Mexicans or black. The blacks, led by Monty, battle with Henry every day. Henry claims he gets beaten only because he is hung over—and vows not to show up sober to see what they will do to him. The foreman, Morris, seems like he is made of wood, and Henry avoids talking with him. He is the owner's son and a failed outside salesman. The young Mexican girls are beautiful and wear tight clothing. At any rate...

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