The gunman — Lierk doesn't recognize him — wants narcotics, namely oxycodone and OxyContin. He wants the oxycodone in 5 milligram blue tablets. He also wants morphine patches, the 100 microgram ones.
Gonzalez nods, then says he supports Ron Paul, the Republican presidential candidate from Texas known for his libertarian views. Gonzalez has Lierk log onto YouTube and watch a few of Paul's campaign videos.
They also discuss music. Gonzalez mentions several of his favorite bands, again telling Lierk to look them up on the Internet. Most are metal rock, including one group of neo-Nazis who scream their songs in German.