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100 You see a tired woman who might have been quite a looker when she was younger.
101 You see Lou, the owner of the Malamute Saloon.
102 You see an older woman wearing quite a bit of rouge.
103 I just want you to know that I'm thankful for what you did. How can I help you?
104 Jail's too good for what that bastard done.
105 I cain't rightly believe that you let the bastard that cut my gal go free. You've got some nerve coming back in here. What the hell do you want?
106 You're still a damn idiot. But life goes on, for the rest of us. Now just what the hell do you want?
107 Remember what I said. Too much money ain't good for that gal. Now whattya need?
108 Hello there. I'm Lou. Owner of the Malamute Saloon, finest house north of San Fran.
109 What now?
110 Ooo?
111 Hello, Lou. I'm interested in getting something here.
112 Have you heard of something called a Garden of Eden Creation Kit?
113 Hello, Lou. What's going on in this town?
114 What's a Malamute?
115 Where's San Fran from here?
116 I'm helping out the Sheriff. He told me you had one of your girls get all cut up?
117 Sorry, I don't have much time or patience for stupid people. What do you want?
118 Grink?
119 Room?
120 Bye bye.
121 A drink huh? Well that'll be $25 for a nice cold bottle of beer. I'm giving you the special discount price too, 'cause I have a soft spot in my heart for the simple.
122 Grink? (you hold out your purse in your hand)
123 Room?
124 No grink. Bye bye.
125 You want a room, huh? Well I might have some room somewheres for you. It'll cost you $50 for a cozy spot.
126 Room. (you hold out your purse in your hand)
127 Grink?
128 No room. Bye bye.
129 You can come in here, but your travelling freakshow stays outside.
130 Didn't you hear me? No freaks in my saloon.
131 Those *things* aren't coming into my saloon. Leave them outside.
132 Cain't rightly say that I've heard of one of those afore. What is it?
133 Well it's a device used to�uh, hmm. It's just something that I'm looking for. Tell me something else.
134 Nothing important. Well, I better be on my way.
135 Well, mostly we mine gold ore here and trade it to other areas.
136 You mine gold ore here?
137 Where do you trade the ore?
138 That's interesting. Tell me something else, though.
139 Yup. Just in the north part of town alone there are two working gold mines.
140 You said that you trade the ore?
141 Interesting. Let me ask you about something else, though.
142 Well, we trade gold ore to Vault City in return for medical supplies. We trade ore to the New California Republic in return for fresh brahmin and other victuals, and we trade gold to New Reno for chems and booze.
143 You mine the gold here?
144 Interesting. Let me ask you about something else, though.
145 Jist a big dog.
146 Oh, I see. Hmm, let me ask you about something else.
147 Of course. That's all I really wanted to know. Thanks. Goodbye.
148 San Fransisco is quite a ways south of here. You're a long ways from there. South and jist a tich to the west. It's right next to the ocean, don'tcha know. Don't know why any sane person'd want to go there for.
149 Why? Is it dangerous?
150 Interesting. Let me ask you about something else, though.
151 Thanks for the information. Goodbye.
152 Well, I hear all kinds of things about the whole city bein' full o' nuthin' but crazy followers of some kind of kooky religion.
153 Crazed followers?
154 Some things haven't changed as much as others. Thanks. Goodbye.
155 Yup. That's right. I aheard that they're buildin' some huge device that'll let them get in touch with their gods. Or sumthin' like that. Don't know much for certain. It's a long ways off.
156 Seems like monuments to gods always seem to have some sort of trouble at the heart of them. Tell me about something else.
157 That's all I need to know for now. Thanks. Goodbye.
158 That's right. She's in a bad way. Used to be such a perty thing, too. I sure hope you take care of this quick. It's bad for business to let those miners think they can get away with something like this.
159 Can I see the girl?
160 Do you know who did it?
161 Do you know what happened?
162 Sounds like a problem, all right. Let me ask you about something else, though.
163 I sent her away. She wasn't going to be no good in this business any more. Not that anybody'd want to be with her after that bastard finished with her. I gave her some money and let her go.
164 Do you know who did it?
165 Do you know what happened?
166 Let me ask you something else.
167 I'll sort this out for you. You can count on me. Goodbye.
168 I don't know 'xactly who did it, but she had a Morningstar Mine pay scrip in her hand when we found her, and it was a miner who was with her last.
169 Can I see the girl?
170 Do you know what happened?
171 A Morningstar Mine pay scrip? What's that?
172 Let me ask you something else.
173 I'll sort this out for you. You can count on me. Goodbye.
174 Well, there was some screaming and carrying on and so I went to the room. When I got there, the bastard what did it was already gone and my girl was in a bad way. So I called the doc and then the Sheriff. You know the rest.
175 Do you know who did it?
176 Can I see the girl?
177 Let me ask you something else.
178 I'll sort this out for you. You can count on me. Goodbye.
179 In the north part of town Dan McGrew runs the Morningstar mine. Usually the miners get paid on account or with chits from each mine...you know, scrip. Well, my girl was found with one of those pieces of scrip in her hand. Here it is. Look for yourself. (She hands you the scrip)
180 Oh, I see. Can I see the girl?
181 Oh, I see. Do you know what happened?
182 Let me ask you something else.
183 I'll sort this out for you. You can count on me. Goodbye.
184 Well, I'm sure glad that someone's workin' on it. This type of thing is just bad all the way around. I sure hope you make the bastard pay for what he did to my girl. Make sure he cain't never do that to no one ever again.
185 Well, I'll do what I can. Let me ask you something else, though.
186 I'll see what I can do. Goodbye.
187 What can I do for you? You want an empty bed, a full one? Maybe some booze or other goods?
188 I'd like a room with an empty bed, Lou.
189 A full bed? That sounds good. Tell me more about that.
190 Booze and other goods. Yeah, that's the ticket. Let's barter.
191 Hmm, let me ask you about something else.
192 That do it for you, or was there something else you wanted to buy?
193 Seems like you're having a little trouble making up your mind. That it, or you wanna look again?
194 Nope. I have all I need right now. Thanks. Tell me about something else, though.
195 Hmm, let me take another look at your stock.
196 Thanks, Lou. That's it for now. Goodbye.
197 You wanna get some sleep, huh? Well, that's going to cost you $40. Includes fresh, mostly clean sheets too. You still interested?
198 I'll take it, Lou.
199 Hmm, I guess I'm not that tired. Let me ask you about something else.
200 I don't have enough money for that right now. Let me ask you about something, though.
201 You're one of Fannie's regulars, aren't you? Why don't you go talk to her. She's in back someplace.
202 Listen. You're a jinx here. After what happened to Fannie Mae, none of my other girls has much interest in being with you...and I cain't say as I blame 'em.
203 Looking for someone to help you warm up that big lonely bed, huh? Let me see who I've got available. Hmm, why don't you try Fannie Mae? She oughta be around here somewheres. You can make the arrangements with her yourself.
204 Sounds like a good idea. I'll go do that. Goodbye.
205 But I didn't�okay. Goodbye.
206 You and Fannie already worked things out. Why don't you go see her. She's right in back someplace.
207 Listen. You're a jinx here. After what happened to Fannie Mae, none of my other girls has much interest in being with you...and I cain't say as I blame 'em.
208 We've only got gals working here, hun. If that's alright by you, a buck's a buck. You might try talking to Fannie Mae. She's in back someplace here. You can make the arrangements with her.
209 Sounds like a good idea. I'll go do that. Goodbye.
210 But I didn't�okay. Goodbye.
211 I cain't believe that you were dumb enough to give Fannie enough money all at once to overdose herself. You're just an idjit, ain't ya?
212 I didn't know. Honest. Come on, Lou�I need to ask you about something.
213 What she did with her life was her own business. Goodbye.
214 I gave her the only release from this shitty existence that she could take. You're no saint yourself, Lou. Goodbye.
215 So you're the sucker giving my Fannie all that money. I wouldn't do that if I were you. You're not helping her like you think you are.
216 What do you mean?
217 I'm helping her to start a new life.
218 Yeah, whatever. Let's talk about something else.
219 What I mean is that Fannie's got a problem and money isn't the answer for it. I hate to break your heart, but Fannie's just playing you for a sucker. She just wants money so that she can buy Jet. Too damn much Jet.
220 I think you're just worried that you're going to loose one of your best earners. You just want to keep your girls down.
221 Yeah, sure. I've heard enough. Goodbye.
222 Helping her into the afterlife is what your extra money is doing. She's just using that money to buy too much Jet. She'll O.D. one of these days if you keep giving her money.
223 Hmm, I'll have to think about that.
224 I'll think that over. Goodbye.
225 You can think whatever you like. I just thought I'd try to tell you what the straight scoop really is. Your choice whether you want to listen or not.
226 I've heard it all before. Let's get down to other business.
227 Thanks, I'll think about what you've told me. Let me ask you about something else, though.


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