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In God We Trust, All Others Pay Cash - Chapters 5-6, I Poke at an Old Wound and The Endless Streetcar Ride into the Night, and the Tinfoil Noose Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 5-6, I Poke at an Old Wound and The Endless Streetcar Ride into the Night, and the Tinfoil Noose Summary

In Chapter 5, Flick tries to comfort Ralph as he reflects upon his tragic betrayal by the famed Little Orphan Annie and her secret organization. With years of experience as a sympathetic bartender, Flick is used to hearing his patrons tell their tales of woe. He explains, "Chicks come and go. They all want something from you." In a reflective mood, Ralph suddenly remembers another girl from his youthful past. "Flick," he asks, "do you remember a girl named Junie Jo Prewitt?' When Flick's memory fails him, Ralph gets ready to tell another story. He remembers exactly who Junie Jo Prewitt is.

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