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Rick, take the rest of the stuff and the ammunition out to the trailer, while Mr. Johnson runs up the bill. Where you going? Up north. I hear action’s good around Claxton way. Let’s see now, that comes to $.. Make it $ even. All right, I’ll give you cash $ and a check for the rest, all right? All right. $ will cover everything but the guns, which I’ll hold for you till day after tomorrow. I don’t take out-of-town checks. Day after tomorrow? We need them now. State law. Hand guns have to clear records with the police. All hell may have broke loose in LA, but the boys in Sacramento will still be doing business. Look, here’s my driver’s license, my credit cards Radios I’ve never been convicted of a felony, I’m over . This isn’t enough. Is this? Well, just about. Give me a receipt for the cash. This isn’t a holdup? No. Then what about the balance? I’ll owe it to you. Write the receipt. Hold it! We’re in an awful hurry, sir. I owe you $. I’ll pay you when I can. In my book, you’re just a thug. If he makes one move, shoot him. Come on. Get in the car. I can’t get over it! After all these years, I thought I knew you, but you turn out to be a stranger. Robbing and mauling people like some kind of a cheap hoodlum. We’re fighting for our lives, Ann. The main highways are completely choked. They’re spreading out on all the other roads. Every footpath will be crawling with men saying: “No matter what, I’m going to live.” That’s what I’m saying, too. My family must survive. Intelligent people don’t just turn their backs on the rest of the world. Under these conditions, intelligent people would be the first to try. Getting your son to hold a gun on a man. Drop it, Ann! We’re on our own, Ma. No rules, no regulations, and no laws. Don’t write off the law. The law will come back. I just want us to be around when it does. Boy! Want me to drive, Dad? No, not now, son. Light me a cigarette, will you? Thanks. Getting low on gas. I know. Want to fill up those cans, too, the next gas station we reach. Here are the : bulletins. Partial