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The pilot sees the bottle of Ubik on the front seat of the car and tells Joe he will fly him to Des Moines in exchange for the bottle. Joe instantly agrees and asks what is in the bottle to make it worth having. The pilot tells him it contains gold. The following day, they reach Des Moines and Joe phones someone at the mortuary to pick him up. Mr. Bliss arrives in a 1930 Willys-Knight 87 and Joe climbs in. On the way, they talk about the Second World War. Mr. Bliss thinks Hitler is, in some ways, doing the right thing and it is about time they started solving the Jewish and nigger problem in America. Joe has never heard anyone say the word nigger, and it makes him feel uncomfortable. Mr. Bliss continues to say it is England's war and America should not get involved.

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