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: I Didn't expect to find you here. Deke Thornton
: Why not? I sent them back; That's all I said I'd do. Sykes
: They didn't get very far. Deke Thornton
: I figured. Sykes
: What are your plans, now? Deke Thornton
: Drift around down here. Try to stay out of jail. Sykes
: Well, me and the boys got some work to do. You want to come with us? It ain't like it used to be; but it'll do.
] Well, I'd say those fellas know how to handle themselves! Sykes
: They been fightin' Apaches for a thousand years; That's a sure way to learn. Pike Bishop
: They ever get armed, with good leaders, this whole country'll go up in smoke! Sykes
: That it will son, that it will. Lyle Gorch
: They made damn fools out of us, Mr. Bishop! Gettin' so a feller can't sleep with both eyes closed for fear of gettin' his throat cut. Where in hell were you? Tector Gorch
: Now you listen to me, Lyle - You get up off your ass and help once in a while, I wouldn'a got caught near s'easy.
: Silver rings. Dutch Engstrom
] "Silver rings", your butt! Them's washers! Damn! Lyle Gorch
: Washers. Washers. We shot our way out of that town for a dollar's worth of steel holes! Pike Bishop
: They set it up. Lyle Gorch
: "They"? Who in the hell is "they?" Sykes
: [laughs hysterically
] "They"? Why, they is the plain and fancy they, that's who "they" is! Caught you, didn't they? Tied a tin can to your tail. Led you in and waltzed you out again. Oh my, what a bunch! Big tough ones, hunh? Here you are with a handful of holes, a thumb up your ass, and a big grin to pass the time of day with. They? Who the hell is "they?" Pike Bishop
: Railroad men... bounty hunters... Deke Thornton.
: Would you give guns to someone to kill your father or your mother or your brother? Pike Bishop
: Ten thousand cuts an awful lot of family ties. Angel
: My people have no guns. But with guns, my people could fight! If I could take guns... I would go with you. Dutch Engstrom
: Hey, uh, how many cases of rifles did Zamora say was in that shipment? Pike Bishop
: Sixteen. Dutch Engstrom
: Well, give him one. Pike Bishop
: All right. One case... and one case of ammo; but you give up your share of the gold. Angel
: I will. Pike Bishop
: We know you will. Sykes
: I'm sure glad we got that settled.
[the Bunch has just escaped from bounty hunters by blowing up a bridge
] Dutch Engstrom
: At least we won't have to worry about Deke Thornton. Pike Bishop
] Hell, no; not after ridin' a half a case of dynamite into the river! Sykes
] Well, don't expect him to stay there! He'll be along... and you know it!
: What's our next move? Pike Bishop
: Well, I figure Agua Verde's the closest... three days maybe. Then get the news and drift back to the border. Maybe a payroll, maybe a bank. Dutch Engstrom
: Maybe that damn railroad. Tector Gorch
: That damn railroad you're talkin' about, sure as hell ain't a-gettin' no easier. Sykes
: And you boys ain't gettin' any younger either!
] Pike Bishop
: We've got to start thinking beyond our guns. Those days are closin' fast.
: Say, back there in Starbuck. How'd my boy do? Pike Bishop
: Your boy? Crazy Lee? Sykes
: Yeah, C.L., Clarence Lee, my daughter's boy. Not too bright, but a good boy. Pike Bishop
: [thinks back on Crazy Lee agreeing to remain behind while the rest escaped
] Why didn't you tell me he was your grandson? Sykes
: Well, you had enough things on your mind; besides he had to pull his own weight just like the rest of us. I just wanted to make sure he didn't let you down: run when things got hot. Huh? Huh? Pike Bishop
: No, he did fine... just fine.