After Nucky leaves, in my favorite moment of the episode, Means emerges from the wardrobe in the room and remarks on Nucky's frankness. Harry instructs Means to give Nucky a "lesson in physics."
Back in Atlantic City, a group of WWI veterans have convened in a bar, and they're airing a whole lot of grievances about the government's treatment of them since they've returned. Dissatisfaction with Harding and the Veterans Bureau are sky high. Into this group comes Richard Harrow, and at the sight of him, one rabble-rouser (himself missing an arm) asks incredulously if the Veterans Bureau gave him disability. Harrow says he was told that his injuries didn't prevent him from achieving gainful employment, so no. The room grumbles at this, all "What does it take, if this guy can't get disability?" Someone says they should get a petition started like they talked about. From the end of the bar, a grizzled older man asks if they're all done with their bellyaching so he can get a drink. He then mutters, "France, big fuckin' deal," because rather than WWI, this guy's a veteran of the war in the Philippines. Someone talks about how that conflict was about bringing democracy to the savages, but the man -- Sagorsky, for sake of specificity -- says that's bullshit, that war was fought for the sugar trust. Some little baby-face says he sounds like a Bolshevik, but Sagorsky tells the kid to grow up. He then turns to Richard and says, "What are you looking at, Half-Moon?" The bartender tells him to shut the fuck up and drink his drink. Both men posture at each other, and the bartender points to a sign and says, "Tomorrow's fight night." So apparently now the bartender and Sagorsky are going to fight at the bar in some official capacity tomorrow. Looking forward!