Big Inca

To: Manny

From: Bill

Date: February 21

Don’t leave out economics.

With or without the Marxist twist.

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Big Inca

To: Bill

From: Manny

Date: February 20

That’s only for peons. Everything was different for the rulers. People like Big Inca. The ones making and enforcing the rules.

Somehow, it all becomes political. And then religious.

Or maybe it’s the other way around.

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Big Inca

To: Manny

From: Bill

Date: February 19 

I’ve received another tan package from Headquarters. This one is titled, “Adultery.” And here I’ve been trying to get laid on a regular basis. This was just what I needed to read:

“If the man forces the woman, he dies; she is whipped 200 times and sent to exile in the House of the Aklya.

“If she instigates or forces the affair, she dies; he is whipped and sent into exile in the jungle.

“If they both consent, they both die and will not be buried and will be eaten by foxes and vultures – their bones will lie about on the ground.

“Also: revenge by the injured families is possible.”

“Holy shit,” I whispered to myself. I had no idea where Wolf Jester stood in all of this. I had no idea of where any of us stood. Suddenly, I was hoping that my boss was not Inca. If he were, we could all be in deep shirt.

No wonder Hilda’s been so difficult!

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This could have been something Bill was encountering in the story.

Big Inca

To: Bill

From: The Boss

Date: February 14

Your proposal for an International Dining Club promises to be a huge success. That’s the biggest reason for international travel for pleasure.

Someday, when we get all this under control, you’ll see why – see Europe, see Asia, see the Caribbean and more.

It’s a big world, Billy. A really big world, full of opportunity.

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Big Inca

To: The Boss

From: Bill

Date: February 13 

The only bamboo we have in this town is at the Chinese restaurant.

Fran and Manny have introduced me to some great eats around here. The places look, well, seedy, but that’s deceptive. There’s a lot more around town than the shiny diner – which, Manny insists, is a classic, menu and all. We have Italian, French-Canadian, Greek, an Irish pub, and Chinese, a biker bar featuring barbecue, and a little steak house. Plus pizza.

Listening to them talk about countries they’ve visited and the meals that have delighted them, I’m wondering: Does anyone offer an International Dining Club – say travel packages with the focus on food?

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