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"It's a calculated risk." Broadbent turned back to me. Dubois grabbed his arm,
swung him around. "Calculated risk be damned! Dak, I've strung along with you
in the past —but this time before I'll let you shoot off your face, well, one or the
Dubois was saying: "Dak, you bloody, stupid, unprintable, illegal and highly
improbable obscenity, do you want us both to wind up counting rocks on Titan?
This conceited pipsqueak will spill his guts." I almost missed Broadbent's answer.
It brought Dubois' eyes back to me. He looked at me, started to look away, his
eyes snapped back, then he looked at my clothes. Broadbent guffawed and
clapped him on the shoulder. "And you said he couldn't act!" He added sharply, "
Did you ...
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