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Kingett Reads “Basketball Jones” – Chapter 20


In chapter 20 of Basketball Jones the threats mount to many things and this, in turn, leaves me wondering a lot of things about a lot of things that these characters think and say.  Intrigued? It’s time for Kingett to read Basketball Jones.

If someone is going to keep secrets, one thing that should always be practiced is communication. This is key, it’s crucial to live happily and to be free of issues to come. People who don’t communicate effectively will surely be in the doghouse later. This is what’s happening with AJ because he isn’t communicating, at all, and he’s just digging himself an even deeper hole.
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Kingett Reads “Basketball Jones” Chapter 16



In chapter 16 of Basketball Jones, things seem to be okay as AJ and Dray enjoy a day together, and then something happens that makes me scream at my computer monitor. Intrigued? It’s time for Kingett to read Basketball Jones.

I can’t function. I have lost all capability to make a decent thought. This story is getting really creepy, simply because the blackmailer is doing things and saying things that make no sense at all. In any context.

In this chapter, AJ and Dray fly to Washington DC and get a room together at the Ritz. This chapter is very short as well, because this chapter takes place inside of a bedroom at the Ritz.
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