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Generation of Swine: Tales of Shame and Degradation in the '80s - Pages 71-102 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 71-102 Summary and Analysis

In "Meat Sickness," Thompson bets on the New England Patriots to beat the spread against the Chicago Bears in the 1986 Superbowl because he believes it is what Archbishop Desmond Tutu advised. According to to Thompson's friend Craig Vetter, Tutu was actually telling people not to gamble on the game. After the Bears beat the Patriots and cover the spread, Thompson meets a man who claims his wife is sleeping with a member of the Bears, and Thompson advises him to call Tutu for help.

Thompson is attempting to leave Chicago for California in "Last Train from Chicago". Thompson meets a man who claims to be friends with John Madden and takes Thompson's luggage up to the train and somehow sneaks into Thompson's sleeper cabin without a ticket. Thompson produces a fake badge to convince the man he is a police officer and has...

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