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Old 2008-03-08, 12:50   Link #101
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Lawrence's been tricked, now in debt because of the credit, and each person who he thought had owed to him (meaning a future receivables for him) rejected and/or refused to bail him out. Finally the last person who he had hoped willing to help flatly shun him because he sees Lawrence manage to pick some hooker from the street.

It's a mistake that Lawrence snaps at Horo, but from Lawrence's perspective, frustated, wasted effort and at the edge of bankruptcy, or worse, hard's completely understandable why he lost it.... I hope they somehow reconcile next episode, with Horo would probably save him....again.
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