Tales of Ordinary Madness - The Stupid Christs Summary & Analysis

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The Stupid Christs Summary

Dan Skorski quits his job at a rubber processing plant and returns home. Waiting for him there is a letter from D.R. Signo, the editor-in-chief of WorldWay books. Signo praises Skorski's writing and offers him a job in New York. Skorski calls to make sure that Signo's offer is genuine, and though Signo's voice sounds metallic, Skorski boards a flight to New York. On the flight he gets drunk, vomits on himself, loses his socks and shoes, and tells the entire cabin that he is a retired boxer. The co-pilot restrains him for the rest of the flight. When he lands in New York he meets Mr. Signo at Griffo's for lunch. Signo shows Skorski his new desk in the office, but Skorski does not know what to do there so he spends the day going back and forth from the bar...

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