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In God We Trust, All Others Pay Cash - Chapters 19-20, We Have Two Small Visitors and Old Man Pulaski and the Infamous Jaw-Breaker Blackmail Caper Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 19-20, We Have Two Small Visitors and Old Man Pulaski and the Infamous Jaw-Breaker Blackmail Caper Summary

In Chapter 19, two kids enter Flick's Tavern. Flick gives them a hard time, but serves them a glass of water. After the kids leave, Ralph tells Flick that one of the boys looked suspicious. He explains, "I know a Root Beer Barrel Man when I see one. Did you notice that suspicious bulge in his right cheek? I suspect that he was loaded." Ralph points out that he never really understood the appeal of Flick's favorite candy flavor, and that he is a Jawbreaker man himself. He even brags that he has the silver inlays to prove it.

Chapter 20 offers a vivid description of the agony that afflicts all men with...

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