Friday December 3, 2010
Book 12: Force Multiplication — Part I: Black and White


PETEY: The memory-flagging works, Doctor.  Tagon can now distinguish between real and falsified remembrance.

BUNNI: It was noble of him to volunteer to go first.

PETEY: He is a noble man, mercenary vocation notwithstanding.

BUNNI: I suppose it would be prudent for me and my husband to go next.

PETEY: Of course.  Because nobody will take medicine which the doctor and her family haven't already taken themselves.

BUNNI: Actually, it's because he's a skinny preacher, I'm a soft, curvaceous woman, and the grunts simply cannot stand to be outdone.