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That had strange aspects, there were a good many apartments in the place. Was he being kept secluded? Clete and Lysippe were awaiting them on the sidewalk before the sanctuary, both gave him a leering grin. Clete said, "Morning, Sweety. " "Knock it," Guy muttered at her. "My," Lysippe said, "our boy's in a nasty temper today. " There was a sudden shuffling noise and all turned. Around the corner of the sanctuary darted a figure. It was obviously a woman, although she held her military cloak up about her face.
It was just one more for the book, from a culture that had already surprised him beginning at chapter one. Podner Bates arrived with the breakfast, which was pushed into the room on a small cart powered by a youth of perhaps eighteen. A youth who giggled. Evidently, he found Guy Thomas almost unbearably amusing. The hell with it, Guy decided. He waited until the giggler left. " Guy, even as he shot a disdainful glare at the other, sat down to his food. BachelorBates was the prime suspect, so far as the burgling of his room was concerned.
Guy was frowning. "You say you work in the sanitary system. But suppose another man was a…well, research chemist, a highly trained scientist. " "Exactly the same," Zeke said in disgust. "The smartest man in the country doesn't get anything more for his time, than the dumbest moron. In fact, he gets less, if you want to look at it that way. " Guy thought about it for awhile. "There's no way for you to get ahead, really, eh? What's your initiative? " Zeke said, still bitterly. " A window was beginning to gray with the first of dawn.