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Alice: “Bette, we talked with Phyllis and Peggy, they agree with us, but there are more people on the board.”
Bette: “I know, do you have any idea who they will hire; I have the feeling that they are bringing someone, they are plotting something.”
Al: “I have no idea, but I agree with you, they are planning something, are you going to send someone to get information?”
Bette: “yeah…, I will.”
Alice: “good, you have your pawns…, fortunately…, cause, I’m not good at that.”
Bette: “I know, I’m the one doing the dirty job…, okay, talk later, bye.”
Alice: “bye, Bette.”
After the phone call, Bette left her desk to watch through the window of her office on the 55th floor of the building, the moll, the big stores and a block from here the Central Park, the metropolitan buses and the large crowd of pedestrians crossing the streets; who could believe it, all these people, the whole city, the country and most of the countries in this side on the world, depend on what is created and programmed in this place and its branches, they all depend in a certain way on the Bureau.
Bette: (talking in the intercom) “Maryann, find Nadia Karella and tell her to come immediately.”
Maryann: (playing with her chewing gum in her mouth) “yes, Dr. Porter.”
Inventions and Patents INC
In the meantime, in a different part of the city in the ladies restroom of the second floor of “Inventions and Patents INC,” a young blonde is composing her clothes; she has drunk her third cup of strong coffee a few minutes ago when the supervisor finds her.
Amber: “Kennard, finally I find you, where have you been?”
Tina: “Ms. Hagel, I was in my desk all morning, but I have a stomach ache…, something I ate last night.”
Amber: “well, I have good and bad news for you, come to my office.”
Tina followed the supervisor with suspicion thinking ‘maybe, just maybe she knows where I was last night… and with whom’
In the office, closing the door, Amber stands very close to Tina.
Amber: “I’ve been looking for you, yesterday evening, I called you and you didn’t answer.”
Tina: “I told you, Ms. Hagel, I was sick, why were you looking for me?”