By John Allen
Bovina is a sleepy little city, till associates locate themselves scuffling with truck-driving zombies, extraterrestrial beings, and soiled police officers after discovering a beauiful, busty burqa-bedecked stranger status at the part of the line in the course of nowhere. Aided by means of a vintage laptop nerd and a loopy guy wielding a frying pan, stick with Chett and Harry as they conflict their approach around the rural geographical region and eventually retailer the area. Or do they?
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But by this time, Clay, Harry and Chett had noticed something odd. “Damn thing. Leggo! ” Uncle Crank wrestled with the dog to get the chicken free. He turned to the trio, finally acknowledging them. “S'okay. He ain't hardly got no teef. Now gimme! ” He finally succeeded in freeing the flapping chicken. “Bad dog! Bad dog! ” He turned back to them. ” Harry couldn't take his eyes off the chicken. ” he responded. To Clay it looked like Uncle Crank had forgotten anyone else was in the yard. Harry continued.
He didn't mind. ” Uncle Crank walked to the kitchen 48 and got down on all fours to peer under the stove. “His name was William, Uncle Crank,” Chett cut in. “William Rayburn. And he's been long gone. ” “Ain't none a' that true,” said Uncle Crank. “They's crooked everywhere. ” He was laying prone now, his arm all the way under the stove. He pulled out a golf ball, an oven mitt, a mouse trap or two, and an old laser pointer (which he clicked several times, amazed that the batteries still worked), but apparently not having found what he was looking for, he stuck his arm back underneath it again.
He found a dusty patch of ground and drew a line. ” He drew another line. ” He made it to ten and looked at her. She counted to ten and pointed at the lines. “Yes! ” Then less enthusiastically. ” She took the stick from him and drew a circle in the ground. “Yes. Zero. ” Then she drew some more circles. ” She shook her head and rubbed the drawings away with her foot. In its place she drew a box. Clay watched as she drew ten more boxes inside it, in the lower half. In the upper half she drew a larger box with zigzagging lines.