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In God We Trust, All Others Pay Cash - Chapters 17-18, I Show Off and Uncle Ben and the Side-Splitting Knee-Slapper, or Some Words Are Loaded Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 17-18, I Show Off and Uncle Ben and the Side-Splitting Knee-Slapper, or Some Words Are Loaded Summary

As Ralph recounts his most recent Fourth of July experience in New York, he explains that he regularly consumes a drink called a Bloody Charlie. Flick is unfamiliar with the concoction. Ralph kindly explains the ingredient list to his bartender friend. He requests vodka, tomato juice, Worcestershire sauce, and a bit of salt. Still confused, Flick suggests perhaps he is confusing Bloody Charlies with Bloody Marys. Ralph explains that there is a key difference. Adding no less and no more than two olives to each drink, he delights over the fact that he is now creating a Bloody Mary with balls. It is the more masculine version of the popular drink...

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