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100 You see a short man with jet-black hair and a nice smile.
101 You see Ascorti, Redding's Mayor.
102 You see a well-dressed man with a greasy look to him.
103 Keep on movin', pal.
104 If you're here to try your luck, you're welcome.
105 Play or get out.
106 You better not make a mess in my place.
107 You should try the tables, tribal.
108 You should try the slots, tribal. Heap good magic there.
109 Take it easy on the firewater, tribal.
110 Hello there; welcome to the fine city of Redding...and welcome to my casino. Everyone's an Ace here at Ascorti's. I'm Ascorti, proprietor and mayor of this fine town.
111 What can Mayor Ascorti do for you?
112 Is there any work here in Redding?
113 What's going on here in town lately?
114 Have you heard of anything called a Garden of Eden Creation Kit?
115 What do you do here?
116 I was just looking around, Mayor. See you later. Goodbye.
117 I run this here casino, and I help to run things in town, too. I keep track of things like deeds and such.
118 Deeds? Deeds to what?
119 I see; let me ask you something else, Mayor.
120 Deeds like the one to that Great Wanamingo Mine that I want to buy from you. Ready to sell it yet?
121 I might be. How much were you going to offer for it?
122 Maybe. Let me ask you about something else first.
123 I'm still thinking it over. Goodbye, Mayor.
124 Well, just the one deed. The one I sold to you. You know, for the Great Wanamingo Mine?
125 Oh, that deed. Now I remember. Let me ask you about something else, Mayor.
126 Of course - I was just wondering if you had any other bargains. Well, I better get to work clearing that mine. Goodbye.
127 Just that deed for the Great Wanamingo Mine that you sold back to me. Remember?
128 Of course I do. Uh, let me ask you about something else, Mayor.
129 Yes, of course. I was just checking. Goodbye, Mayor Ascorti.
130 All kinds of private property. Why, right now, I have a Jim-dandy of a deed for sale.
131 What's that?
132 I bet you do, but let me ask you about something else first, Mayor.
133 Hmm, I think I'll look around town first, Mayor. Goodbye.
134 It's the deed to the Great Wanamingo Mine just outside of town. I can sell it to you for only $1,000, too. Special offer; just your luck to hit me on a generous day like this.
135 That sounds interesting. Tell me more.
136 What's the catch, Mayor?
137 I don't think I want to buy that right now, Mayor. Let me ask you about something else.
138 Well, there are some dang critters in there that need to be killed before anyone will work the mine. If'n you were to buy the deed - and then kill off the critters infesting it - I'd be happy to buy the deed back off you for a nice profit.
139 A profit? How much of a profit?
140 Why don't you clear it out yourself if it's so profitable?
141 Critters? What kind of critters?
142 No catch. No catch at all. You just have to evict some of the squatters that have taken up residence there. No hardship at all for a rugged customer like yourself. I can tell you more if you'd like.
143 Okay, I'll bite. Tell me more.
144 I don't think I want to get into that sort of business, Mayor. Let me ask you about something else.
145 I see. I think I'll leave that to someone else. Goodbye, Mayor.
146 Heck, more than double. I figure that's the least that your time's worth to you. I couldn't afford to pay any more than that. There's still a lot of work that needs to be put back into the mine before I can start to turn a profit with it.
147 Sounds good to me. How much was that again?
148 I don't think I want to do that. Let me ask you about something else, Mayor.
149 $1,000 for the deed to the Great Wanamingo Mine. You want it?
150 Yes, I'll buy the deed.
151 I'd like to buy the deed, but I don't have enough money for it right now. Let me ask you about something else.
152 I don't think I want to buy that right now. Let me ask you about something else.
153 Maybe some other time, Mayor. Goodbye.
154 I'll go ahead and record the Great Wanamingo Mine's deed in your name. Let me know when you've got it all cleared out, and I'll buy it back from you.
155 I'll do that. Let me ask you about something else right now, though.
156 Okay. See you in a while, Mayor.
157 I can't really do that. I'm not a real danger-seeking kind of guy. I know my strengths and fighting just isn't one of them. Now you, you look like a real tough hombre. This should be just up your alley.
158 Maybe so. How much are you willing to pay to buy the deed back once I clear it out?
159 Maybe, maybe not. I'll think about it. Let me ask you something else, Mayor.
160 I don't think I have time for that right now. Sorry, Mr. Mayor. Goodbye.
161 So, you clear out that mine yet?
162 I sure did.
163 I haven't right now, but I will. In the meantime, let me ask you about something else.
164 I'm working on it. Goodbye, Mayor Ascorti.
165 You know, I don't think you got all of those damn Wanamingos. You better go back and check. I won't buy it back from you until every last one of them is dead.
166 I see. Let me ask you about something else first, Mayor.
167 Well, I better go back and check then.
168 You did a great job of clearing all them damn Wanamingos out of that mine, but you've got a problem.
169 A problem? Like what?
170 You cleared out the whole mine. Thanks so much. Ready to sell me the deed? I'll give you $2,500 for it.
171 I don't think so. I think I'll hold on to it for now. Goodbye, Mayor.
172 You bet. I'll be happy to unload this deed, Mayor Ascorti.
173 We call 'em Wanamingos. They're some kind of all-fired weird critter with nasty teeth and suckers or somesuch. Not too intelligent, but nasty up-close.
174 I see. And you want me to get rid of them?
175 You've got it. I knew you weren't as slow as you look. You can be right quick when you're of a mind to be.
176 Yeah. So how much do I stand to make on my $1,000?
177 It was so homey-looking that someone else moved in. A nasty type by the name of Frog Morton, uh, and his gang too, from what I hear.
178 Why do they call him Frog Morton?
179 How's that my problem?
180 Great, what do I do about this?
181 I guess it's because he's got a reputation for croaking people. He's a real nasty customer who won't be missed...and you'll be a hero. You'd like to be a hero, wouldn't you?
182 Maybe, but I still don't see how this is my problem.
183 Yeah, sure. What do I do about this?
184 I guess I've got some more house-clearing to do. I'll be back when I've kicked some more ass, Mayor.
185 Well, until the mine is cleared out I can't send miners in to work it. So, if you want to sell me the mine, it's your problem.
186 Why do they call him Frog Morton?
187 Great. What do I do about this?
188 I better get busy, then. Goodbye, Mayor.
189 I think you should go back to the Wanamingo Mine and kill off Frog and his gang. When you do that, you can come back here and I'll be happy to buy the mine from you.
190 Nothing's ever easy, is it? Okay, Mayor. I'll see you later. I've got some business to attend to.
191 You ready to sell that Wanamingo Mine deed back to me yet?
192 Sure thing, Mayor. How much was that again?
193 Not yet, Mayor. Goodbye.
194 I hear that you've decided to help the Sheriff. Good. I can't afford to allow that deadbeat Rooney to keep her marvelous house.
195 You mean that tiny, drafty shack you're overcharging her for?
196 I bet. How much does she owe you?
197 Well, I'll see what I can find out. Let me ask you something else, though.
198 Yeah. So who are you, anyway?
199 I prefer to call it cozy, with flow-through seasonal ventilation. It's quite reasonably priced, too.
200 I bet it is. How much back-rent does she owe you?
201 Hmm, well I better be going, Mayor. Goodbye.
202 Let's see here�Mrs. Rooney owes me�yes, here it is, $120. That's it. $120.
203 Is that all? I've got that right here.
204 That's not that much. Let me ask you about something else.
205 I'll see what I can do to make her pay up. Goodbye.
206 That'll do it. Now she's current. Thanks for settling that account.
207 Not a problem. Let me ask you about something else, though.
208 I guess some people are just more generous than others. Goodbye, Mayor.
209 Thanks for clearing out my property, Sheriff. Now I can rent it to someone that can actually pay for it.
210 I sure didn't feel good about what I did.
211 That makes sense.
212 Why not? You should have. By kicking out Widow Rooney, you've enabled me to keep paying all of my employees. If I didn't pay them, then their families would go hungry. That's not right, is it?
213 I guess not. I didn't think about it that way. But I still don't feel great about it.
214 It doesn't look like you're suffering much here. I'm sure your casino makes enough.
215 It takes a big individual to do the right thing, even when that thing doesn't leave them feeling good. You did a hard thing, and you did it well. Have a beer on me.
216 Thanks, Mayor; that's mighty nice of you.
217 I don't think I want to drink with you. Now or ever. Goodbye.
218 No problem at all. Happy to wet the whistle of local law enforcement.
219 Thanks again, Mayor. Let me ask you about something else, though.
220 Thanks, Mayor. I'll see you around. Goodbye.
221 Today, maybe, but it's not always so lucky. I've got to maintain a good balance, good income. I owe it to my employees - as well as a little something for myself, of course.
222 I guess that's fair enough.
223 You're lower than a gecko's belly. I've heard enough. Goodbye.
224 I just wanted to thank you again for doing the right thing by Mrs. Rooney. I sure didn't want to kick that old gal out of her home.
225 But you would have. Well, let's talk about something else.
226 Somehow, I knew you'd say something like that. Goodbye, Mayor.
227 You went too far with the Widow Rooney. She wasn't no threat to nobody. Why'd you have to go and kill her?
228 She had it coming.
229 It was an accident.
230 Had it coming? She weren't nothing but a little harmless old lady. You're plumb crazy. Just get out of here.
231 You talkin' to me?
232 I was already on my way out of this shack. Goodbye.
233 An accident? They still can't find all of her body parts. You just better make sure you don't make a habit out of accidents like that. They're bad for business.
234 I understand. Let me ask you about something else, Mayor.
235 I'll be more careful next time.
236 Yes, I'm talking to you. Do you see anyone else around that I might be talking to? Get the hell out of my bar.
237 Are *you* talkin' to *me*?
238 I'm going, I'm going.
239 What? Are you deaf or just stupid? *I'm* talking to *you*, all right. Now get out!
240 Well, you must be talkin' to me 'cause I don't see no one else around here.
241 All right. I'm leaving. Don't give yourself a stroke. Goodbye.
242 Is everyone in your tribe this stupid? That's it. You want to dance? Then let's dance. Guards!
243 You've gotta be talkin' to me and I don't like what you're saying.
244 Whoa, hey...easy there, sparky. I was just leaving.
245 I hear you're working for Earl Marion as a sort of fill-in Sheriff until he gets better. That oughta keep your hands full for a while. Cain't think of any other real work for you in town, anyhow.
246 I see. Let me ask you about something else then, Mayor Ascorti.
247 Hey, tell me about the mine owners.
248 Thanks anyhow, Mayor. Goodbye.
249 I hear you did a real good job of helping Sheriff Marion out. Town's been pretty quiet since you helped him out. I cain't rightly think of anything that would suit your talents.
250 Thanks, Mayor. That means a lot coming from you. Let me ask you about something else here.
251 Hey, tell me about the mine owners.
252 Thanks anyhow. Guess I'll be moseying on then. Goodbye.
253 I understand that Sheriff Earl Marion is looking for someone to fill in for him until his bum leg heals up a fetch. You might go talk to him. His office is just South of here, across the street.
254 Thanks for the tip. Before I go, though, let me ask you about something else.
255 Hey, tell me about the mine owners.
256 Maybe I'll take a look over there, then. Thanks.
257 Well, there's the Sheriff, and then the mine owners are looking for someone to retrieve some kind of part for one of their machines.
258 What about the Sheriff?
259 What about the mine owners?
260 Interesting. Let me ask you about something else, Mayor.
261 Maybe I'll look around a bit. Thanks and goodbye.
262 Heck, that's right. I hear you already went ahead and got that chip for one of 'em.
263 Well, tell me about the Sheriff, then.
264 Yup, that was me. Tell me about something else then, Mayor.
265 Oh, I thought there was something new. Well, goodbye then.
266 I don't know too much about it. You should go talk to either Dangerous Dan McGrew at the Morningstar Mine, or to Marge LeBarge at the Kokoweef Mine. They're both just north of the downtown area here, across from the graveyard.
267 Thanks. Now, what about the Sheriff?
268 Thanks. Let me ask you about something else, though.
269 Maybe I'll take a walk up there and talk to them. Thanks, Mayor. Goodbye.
270 Lately our gold shipments have started to slow down because the miners are spending too much time flying high on Jet.
271 Almost all of the miners are spending more time flying Jet than mining for gold...so our prices are up, and our imports are down. Bad for business all the way around.
272 Everyone's getting too high on Jet to work effectively. We aren't making but a tenth of our regular gold shipments, and we've jacked the price way up on that. This can't last.
273 Seems like everyone got a bad batch of jet. All of the regular Jet Jockeys are going through some kind of massive detox. I guess something didn't agree with 'em. I don't know what all happened but I think it'll turn out for the better.
274 Things are almost back to normal. Everyone who was sick on Jet has just about sworn it off. Our mine production and shipping schedule is just about back up to normal, too. Looks like the worst is over.
275 Hmm. That's interesting. Let me ask you about something else, Mayor Ascorti.
276 I see. Thanks for the info, Mayor. Goodbye.
277 A Garden of Eden Creation Kit? I think they made Vault City out of one of those. All of the vaults were supposed to have one, but there sure ain't one around here nowheres.
278 Oh, well. Let me ask you something else, Mayor.




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