“What do you mean I can only have four? I need 24.” The young man twitched, put his hand in and out of his pocket twice and shifted his eyes somewhere off to the left and back.
“Look, I have four. Do you want them?”
“I need 24.”
Lester wondered if he was not understanding because he was too young to appreciate how expensive they were. “I have someone else who will buy them.” He tried to get the boy to make eye contact again. Lester wondered what he kept looking at in the distance.
“I need 24.”
Just as he was coming to the conclusion the boy was too stupid to take what he could get, Lester noticed the laser sight crawling up his torso toward his head.
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What is the boy looking at in the distance? What is Lester selling? Do you think this is what Consuela had in mind with “understanding”?
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