Mockingbird retired to his office and closed the door. Sitting down at his desk, he stared at the contract if front of him. “Somebody is going to be so hurt. And I’m going to make a ton of money. Does this bother me? Should it bother me?”
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“You know what you want. You know what you need.” Horned Toad studied his reflection in the mirror. “Accept the inevitable. There’s no escaping it. Escaping me.”
“You can all stay here if you want.” Polar Bear continued to work at the ice with his saw. “But I’m headed South. It’s adapt or die, my friends, adapt and goodbye.”
Prairie Dog looked at the pile of bags and the even higher pile of sand. He grabbed his trusty shovel and went to work. “Rain’s a coming. Rain is a coming.”
Pika picked up his hiking poles and set off after the group. “I can’t believe this. I can’t believe I’m in Tibet. Why did I let her pick Tibet? We already live on mountain, why would I want to climb somebody else’s?”
“The news.” Chimpanzee flipped through more channels on his television. “Just the news. One of these days I’m getting cable.”
The heavy key clanked open the iron door of the cell. Elk feigned surprise. “Oh, is it time already? I barely noticed the sun coming up. Do you think there will be a good crowd?”