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With an exhausted sigh Dirk Crozier unlocked the door to his business office at exactly 853 to begin another night of work As he walked through the doorway he threw his hat in the general direction of his coatrack It missed of course but Crozier didnt bother to pick it up He carefully walked over the old faded dark-red rug passing between the two ratty old chairs that he always kept for any customers and slowly moved around his desk to his own chair Running his fingers over the scarred and lifeless wood surface he collapsed into his red leather chair and closed his eyes He thought I love this chair I hate this job At 902 just a few minutes later than usual his assistant Lois Ripley walked in She immediately looked around for his hat which she found discarded at the foot of the coatrack Picking it up and hanging it on its hook with a look of boredom on her face she slumped down into one of the visitors chairs and regarded her boss with her lazy brown eyes You know Dirk I am not your cleaning lady I know Lois I know They sat there in silence for a few minutes Then suddenly Lois leaned forward and spoke a note of desperation in her voice You know whats wrong with our operation Dirk First its my business not ours Second I do know but I suppose youll tell me anyway-again Customers We havent had a customer in a week and a half now and only three in the last month I keep the records I know what the situation is Dammit Dirk she suddenly exploded how can you just sit there and be so nonchalant about not being able to pay your office rent You have to get cases to stay in business or have you forgotten thatI will still be able to pay this months rent thanks to Mrs McCarthy
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