After learning from his earlier encounter with Lu Guan, Chalmers did not chase Dickens away despite having rejected his offer. Instead, he struck up a conversation with him.
He realized that Dickens was actually quite a foolish chap, and he could glean much information on storage auctions from him. The information would be useful for him when he held his auction.
Dickens had also cited various means for Chalmers to carry out the storage auction: storage auctions organized by regular folk were called Community Storage Auctions, and applications were on the official website of the Association of American Auction Hunters. This way, the official site would recommend people attend the auction.
Halfway through the chat, Chalmers generously gave Dickens a beer. Acting like a drunkard, Dickens spilled everything he knew after a few drinks.
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