Screw-jack - Mescalito, Pages 30 through 39 Summary & Analysis

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Mescalito, Pages 30 through 39 Summary and Analysis

Thompson had to catch a plane ride later that day with a man named Oscar, but he felt that was impossible in his current drug-induced state. He also greatly feared trying to pay for his room or pack. Everything was impossible on his drug trip. He tried mightily to keep a grip on reality. The TV news was on, and Thompson couldn't bear to hear more about President Nixon. He tried to turn his radio on to concentrate on that, but he found it very hard to operate. Thompson called Oscar, and Oscar said he would be over soon with beer. Thompson was dreadfully parched. It took him a great amount of effort to fetch ice from a bucket on his balcony. Thompson was unable to type from this point, and a red indicator on the typewriter...

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