If I do not get that 3$ I'll beat it out of you two.
So what happened?
No, you are underage.
Can I please have a job? I'll do anything!
Sir, you are going to be drafted into the U.S. military.
This scene is the very begining of the story where Mark, Bryon, and Charlie are at Charlies bar drinking cokes. This is where the book starts. Charlie is the bartender and owner. Mark is a local teenager, Bryon is the narrator.
What! I can't, I have my business to run!
This is the scene where Mark and Bryon visit the kid in the hospital. The kid was beaten up very badly by a bunch of black people. He liked visiting with Mark and Bryon so he could tell his story.
Charlie the Bartender
In this scene, in chapter 3, Bryon is asking Charlie for a job at his bar. Charlie says no because he is underage and he does not want to get busted by the police.
The Texans Killed Charlie!
In this scene, in chapter 4, Charlie learns that the Army wants to draft him. Charlie is obviously shocked and stunned with the news. Later in the book we learn Charlie does not get drafted because of his record.
In this scene, in chapter 5, we read about the death of Charlie. When Charlie died he gave his car to Bryon. Mark and Bryon were extremely emotional with the death of Charlie.
In this scene, in chapter 6, Mark and Bryon testify against the texans for the death of Charlie. Both Mark and Bryon do not feel revenge for the killing. They both would rather have Charlie back.