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I was very specific. ' Politeness. Good. 'It's been a very busy night. ' Any more mistakes? Not good. That is definitely indicative of a state of non-goodness. Gordon takes command. 'All right. Let's steer very clear of any potential "mistakes". ' Gordon hates interruptions. But on this occasion, he bites his lip. 'Very quickly. It has to look like an amateur beating. One blow to the face, one to the back of the head. A bruise and a lump. Nothing permanent. Minimal pain. ' There is an overlong, distressing pause.

He looks down at Gordon's crumpled treatise on the floor. He's out of the door and round three twists of corridor, desperately scanning Gordon's notes without focusing on them in the stupid hope that clusters of vital facts just might register with his subconscious mind, before he realizes he doesn't have a clue where Planning Committee Room One is. He stops and looks around, as if there might be a sign on one of the walls, or maybe even a 'You Are Here' machine with buttons and lights. No such luck.

Eddie would like to utter some kind of awe-filled mumble to justify the Captain's pronouncement but, as yet, he hasn't been able to make out a single feature of the panorama. ' The Captain holds up a finger and listens. Fans kick in. 'Yes. Fifteen thousand feet. ' And upwards, through layer after layer of fluffy cloud. Eddie is beginning to feel embarrassed for the Captain. Some view. A small child could reproduce the spectacle by holding a glass tumbler to his eye and wiggling a wad of cotton wool over the end of it.

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