Hell or High Water Series by S.E. Jakes
Hell or High Water
As we bring to a close, Esquire. Read the complete series of essays here. This has been a tough year, and a monumental one. The world has changed. In the United States, the election of Donald Trump marks a political turning point few expected, but maybe one we all should have seen coming. It was the product of an obvious malaise, and of a deep dissatisfaction with the power structures pushing us into a more diverse future.
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While there are some hiccups, they make off with the loose bills in the registers. They then proceed to do the same thing at another branch of the same bank, and while things go a little smoother, the end result is the same. Texas Midland is the bank, we soon learn, that has recently foreclosed on the family ranch after some shady but legal maneuverings. To prevent losing the place and all it represents which is much more than initially meets the eye , the quietly intelligent Toby has hit upon an ingenious plan to rob a string of Texas Midland branches—only taking the register money to avoid dye packs and the interest of anyone other than local cops—and then using their own money to pay back the debt. He has even figured out a particularly clever way of laundering the take.