Last Wednesday at Sue’s Place – Part 6

Bobby sat in the darkest corner of the bar, chair leaned back on two legs, sipping his beer, thinking about the woman's plan. A sudden sound of shattering glass snaps him back to reality. The bartender leaps over the bar, club in hand and runs toward two men who are deep in the heat of …

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Last Wednesday at Sue’s Place – Part 5

Bobby turned and saw the woman from the other night. There was something different about her though, something he couldn't quite put his finger on . . . something . . . oh yeah, that's it, must be the huge bruise on her cheek and swollen eye. “God damn, what the hell happened to you?” …

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Last Wednesday at Sue’s Place – Part 3

Moments later . . . “Hey BOB-BAY!!” Bobby turns. “Fuck.” “I said HEY BOB-BAY!!” “What's up Earl?” “Aww, you know, same old shit.” “So how have you been?” Bobby asks but really doesn't care. “Can't complain.” “Haven't seen you in a while.” “Damn man, that is a long mother fuckin' story. But hey, I got …

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Last Wednesday at Sue’s Place – Part 1

“I want you to understand, once I agree to do this, if I agree to do this, that's it, there's no turning back.” “Of course, I understand. It's just as important to me that you are serious and will follow through with this.” “Let's go over it again, just so we are on the same …

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