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By now, nothing that Milo does should surprise anyone. The syndicate has been selling fuel and ball  bearings to the Germans for a very nice profit  and  to balance the power between the two sides in the  popularity on the base, though, is at a low. His prices at the mess halls are so exorbitant that the  men must give him all their pay just to eat. Some of the men are beginning to talk. When a rawboned  major from Minnesota challenges Milo to produce the share that each man supposedly has in the  syndicate, Milo virtuously scribbles "A Share" on a scrap of paper and hands it over. To further  enhance his record, Milo approaches Colonel Cathcart and requests combat duty. When Cathcart  asks him why he wants to take the risk, Milo reeks with insincerity:
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This note was uploaded on 12/05/2011 for the course ENGLISH 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at Texas State.

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