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Man Assures Cashier that John Grisham Book is a "Gift"

AUSTIN, TX - Looking to preserve his reputation at Ulysses' Books, an independent bookstore in downtown Austin, local man Frank Riley, 41, explained that his purchase of "The Street Lawyer" by John Grisham was not for his own reading.
Riley devised the scheme after spending several minutes in line surrounded by people whose impending purchases implied a more sophisticated taste in literature and culture. Further complicating matters was the fact that Riley thought the cashier with black rim glasses and a lip piercing was very cute.
"I knew I had to come up with something," Riley, a self-described "more of a movie person," later told reporters. "It felt like everyone was looking at me like I was an asshole. And it's like, sure, I could grab something like some Russian book or those books near the front that are locally published, but then they'll think 'Jesus, you don't have that already? Okay, poser.' So, I was fucked no matter …

Dog Duty #18 - Chapter Twenty One

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Chapter Twenty One. The Post Race Wrap Up.


Fritz had his shot to get Clay. He was right there in front him at the cat races and Fritz did... absolutely nothing. Instead, he sent Nipper and Ernie into danger while Fritz remained sitting on the bench. So, now what? We catch up with Fritz, Nipper, and Ernie immediately following in the aftermath of a terrible day at the races.
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Dog Duty #17 - Chapter Twenty

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Chapter Twenty. The Tenth Race.



Fritz, Nipper, and Ernie have it on good word that Clay is always at the cat races and somehow, someway, always wins big in the tenth race. Fritz and the boys show up and what if Clay and Scamper are there too? All these combustible elements all in one place. It's gonna be fireworks!
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