I slid smoothly into the right lane from Back in the Day's parking lot. "You really want to go to the bowling alley before I take you to Manny's?"
Uncle Billy nodded. "Yep ... I'm meeting Mike there."
"Yeah ... the new guy with the D'Angelos."
I merged into the left lane. "You're meeting Mike Burczyk at the bowling alley?"
"Yeah ... he says he likes to get in a little practice before league play starts."
"How do you even know him?"
"Zac introduced him to me last week."
"So, what are you meeting about today?"
I glanced over at Billy. "Business?"
"High finance kinda stuff."
"The guy is a foreman at D'Angelos Concrete ... what high finance?"
"You wouldn't understand."
"And you do?"
"Look, just take me to bowling alley ... you don't need to know everything about my affairs."
"Uncle, you just met the guy ... you don't know anything about him."
"So what? He seems like a nice guy."
I slowed for a red light. "They guy is at least sixty and he doesn't have a gray hair on his head."
"What does that have to do with anything? Lot's of guys dye their hair these days."
"Maybe ... but I think this guy is hiding something."
"You decided that because he dyes his hair?"
"Well ... don't you find it a bit odd that he he moved here from Florida ... in December?"
"He moved here for a job at D'Angelo's ... and a pretty good one, according to Zac."
The light turned green and I accelerated again. "That's another thing ... are you telling me that D'Angelo couldn't find a qualified foreman around here ... they had to recruit all the way from Florida?"
"Zac told me that he's related to old man D'Angelo ... a nephew or something ..."
I looked over at Billy. "And that doesn't strike you as suspicious?"
"No. Why should it?"
"D'Angelo never hires family ... he doesn't want any of his employees to get suspicious of nepotism."
"That's not true ... there are several D'Angelos working there ... "
"Yeah ... but they are all founders of the company ... they all helped with the start-up ... and they are all named D'Angelo."
Billy rubbed his chin. "Well ... now that you mention it ..."
"I'm telling you ... there is something going on with that guy."
"What do you know? You're just jealous that he didn't invite you to talk about business."
"Zac probably told him that I don't have any money."