Tales of Ordinary Madness - A Rain of Women Summary & Analysis

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A Rain of Women Summary

Bukowski drives his car to the mechanic to get his tires rotated, but the mechanic is uncooperative and lazy. Just then, a beautiful, scantily-clad woman drives in with a big, expensive car, and is immediately served. Bukowski is attracted to her and also hates her for her stupidity. He must wait longer for his car to be maintained, so he runs some errands, and at one point is almost hit by a car driven by another scantily-clad woman. Then another woman, this one less attractive than the other two, runs by complaining that someone has blocked her car in. A fourth woman, beautiful and wearing a very short mini-skirt, flirts with Bukowski, but he is afraid of talking to her and she passes him by. He feels shame, frustration, and anger with himself. Instead of going to the horse track as...

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