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Independence Day - Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

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Summary

Bascombe goes to visit a local hot dog stand he co-owns with an older gentleman named Karl Bemish. Frank went into partnership with Karl, a widower, to help the business out of a financial mess. He had literally driven into a picnic table at the restaurant after falling asleep at the wheel after a late night out, and ended up meeting Karl. Upon beginning a business relationship with him, Bascombe changed the name of the stand to “Franks” and decided to sell only root beer and good Polish wurst-dogs. He makes small talk with Karl and checks inventory before leaving and heading up to the shore.

During his drive, Frank recalls the female realtor from Lauren-Schwindell who was killed while out showing a property. He also thinks about his friend Sally, and their relationship, and what he needs to do to show her he cares.

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