inky sky is awash with stars.
Why can’t we go directly in ...
... this way --?
road less travelled.
Qadhafi to take a whack at.
Well. Of course it is very bad, here.
And here. And here, here, here, here --
contractors to do the work in ’86, as
Hired an Iraqi firm, in fact, who, now,
well -- only they know where the little
Nordic fuckers are planted.
twenties, haunted and aloof.
(suddenly behind him)
Rolling in two minutes.
Yes, Captain. Everything’s fine.
I’ll "rally" the troops.
Yo Melvin. You gonna play that hand, or
We’re moving out.
Beat. He shuts the door again.
Raymond waits. Another beat.
inside the vehicle.
Then some LAUGHTER from
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Why don’t I ever ride in the Bradley with
Maybe I enjoy your company, Sergeant.
Sir, I don’t want to be singled out for
Too late for that, Shaw. As a charter
career moves. But. If you want to ride
in the Bradley, hey, I got no objections.
Trust me, sir, I don’t wish to ride in
the Bradley with the others, I’m just ...
The men don’t care for me very much.
No, they don’t. But. On the plus side,
you don’t really like them, either.
That’s absolutely correct, Captain.
It, you know. Balances out.
Through the driver’s side window: more of the CAMEL CAVALRY
tracks with them --
glancing to his rear-view mirror --
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