>I will admit that, in Mio's place, nothing Corwin did would have put
>me at ease. I would have been nervous throughout breakfast and not
>gone anywhere with him--would have left right there if he didn't make
>his point at the restaurant.
Well, to be fair, Mio was nervous, just... not about what you're probably figuring she ought to've been nervous about. She lives in a world (in the philosophical sense, not literally referring to Dìqiú) where that stuff doesn't happen much, and anyway, she wasn't uneasy about him, as such. She wasn't worried about her own safety, put it that way.
Maybe I should look at clarifying that a bit. One of the benefits of this being an experiment, I can adjust it with rather more sense of freedom than I have about messing with Big Releases after they're out. Have to re-record the audio if I do, but hey, that's life in the
big citymiddle of nowhere. :)
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