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You and your family are indigent and that's not my problem.
Kino woke up to a perfect world surrounded by a perfect family. He looked at Juana and Coyotito with contentment. As he glances outside he sees the roosters crowing and the pigs searching for food nearby.
Please come back up. Please come back up. It has been longer than two minutes.
Kino and Juana froze in their positions as a scorpion slowly crawled down Coyotito's hanging box. Juana repeated an ancient magic to block out the evil that had suddenly arrived in their house. Then unexpectedly the scorpion fell on Coyotito's shoulder and struck.
You have heard of fool's gold. It's to large... I mean who would want to buy it?
When Coyotito got stung, they immediately rushed to the doctor in hope that he would treat him, but the doctor refused due to them being indigent. His race spoke to Kino's race as if they were animals, and that made Kino furious enough to punch the gate into the rich community.
Kino and Juana go pearl diving so that they could pay treatment. Kino dove down and found the greatest pearl in the world because it looked like no other kind he had seen before. At that moment, the poison was receding from Coyotito's shoulder and everything seemed all right at the time.
Kino took the pearl into the stone and plaster city with a grand desire to sell the pearl. When he showed the pearl buyers his pearl, they tricked him into thinking it was valueless. They tried to convince Kino to sell it for a lower price then it is really worth, but Kino didn't fall for it and he told the dealers that he go to Loreto and try to sell it there.
The next morning when they woke up, Kino noticed that Juana was missing so he went to go look for her. As he spotted her, he saw that she was about to throw the pearl into the ocean. Kino grabbed her arm, yanked the pearl away from her, smacked her in the face, and kicked her in her side. Kino had plenty of anger and he expressed it on Juana.
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