The Curse of Lono - Adventures in the Dumb Life and Fire in the Nuts Summary & Analysis

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Adventures in the Dumb Life and Fire in the Nuts Summary and Analysis

Hunter and his fiancée are met at the airport by Gene Skinner, who, ignoring the nagging threats of a meter maid, is half-parked on the sidewalk. Gene is surprised to again see Hunter in the field. Hunter explains that boredom drove him out of retirement. The author explains that Gene used to work for the CIA, flying helicopters as a front for smuggling opium. At the end of the war, Hunter spent several weeks in Saigon doing drugs with Gene. Hunter is surprised to learn that Skinner was hired as his photographer for the Honolulu marathon. Considering their past together, Gene is disappointed to hear that Hunter doesn't have any drugs.

With the crowd getting restive and the meter maid growing increasingly...

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