|Right, have to say something.|
Well, it's rather simply actually. I've been sort of sitting over here for the past few minutes waiting for the next train to stop and I couldn't help but over-hear your...well, your conversation as it were.
No, no. I've no questions really. I think I already said that, didn't I?
Oh, I see. “Dogwalkers”. Very clever. I'm curious, what's the...I'm really not certain if this is an appropriate question? But how is the pay for doing the dog walker bit?
Hmm, you wouldn't know where I might apply for such a position? Or if they mind if I were to carry a sword on shift? Having just a little bit more money is always a good thing. Just recently, I had a bit of a financial set-back on a job and...
|Who knew canines could play so well?|
|I'm flaring my chi.|
Well of course we didn't always call it Chi. The Tianjin Conference of 1815 was where most of the vocabulary was first standardized. You great blithering idiot. Which is why we're a bit over-burdened with a few dozen different words relating to what each species calls their Life Force. Humans settled on "Chi" for whatever reason.
I suspect it's partially because the Breholm representative thought someone said "Tea" and decided it would be quite a bit of lark if people around the world were performing supernatural feats through the Power of Tea.
Though...there are all those tourists every year. There's probably some power left in it. Well, I'll probably never see. The NAA's anti-witchcraft laws and all that. Rather irritating actually, given my family has a history of witch hunting actually. Well, the main Family that is, the Siskinds...my particular branch has taken a rather more general approach to the whole Defender of the Peace thing.
|Not the best Sensitive about.|
|Loren Mutabah: Master Conversationalist|