Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas - Part II: Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Part II: Chapter 13 Summary

When Thompson attempts to sit down at the baccarat table, two bouncers usher him away. He calls for the White Whale and leaves the Hotel Flamingo. The car has sustained a phenomenal amount of damage considering the short time Thompson and his attorney were in possession of it. He drops it off at the parking garage, refusing to answer any questions from the kid who is responsible for checking it in. He says only that he is insured for any damage. Waiting in the airport with a satchel full of drugs and the Magnum, Thompson is understandably fearful about finally being busted. In order to kill time, he picks up a newspaper, where he reads about a captain and crew who were slaughtered following a mistaken attack on a port in Guam.

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