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  1. "player"
  2. "Player"
  3. "FlatMainRoom"
  4. -
  5. "I'm busy right now!"
  6. "Scissors"
  7. "Scissors"
  8. "Bed"
  9. "Bed"
  10. "Sofa"
  11. "Worn sofa"
  12. "Cushion"
  13. "Cushion"
  14. "Remote"
  15. "TV Remote"
  16. "Money"
  17. "Coins"
  18. "FrontDoor"
  19. "Front Door"
  20. "Flyer"
  21. "Flyer"
  22. "WallGrill"
  23. "Wall Grille"
  24. "FloorGrill"
  25. "Floor Grille"
  26. "Window"
  27. "Window"
  28. "TV"
  29. "Large TV Set"
  30. "FlatKitchen"
  31. -
  32. "Kettle"
  33. "Kettle"
  34. "Kettle1"
  35. "Kettle"
  36. "Hmmm... an ad for jobs at Plush-Rest."
  37. "I prefer it off, but the Norm's insist it is turned on."
  38. "Food"
  39. "Can of Food"
  40. "CCup"
  41. "Coffee Cup"
  42. "CCup1"
  43. "Coffee Cup"
  44. "I'll just pour in this water. Easy does it..."
  45. "BPaint"
  46. "Can of Yellow Paint"
  47. "WPaint"
  48. "Jar of White Paint"
  49. "I can't see any use for it at the moment."
  50. "Well I don't suppose it would hurt that much. The strong, abrasive edge of the coffee will probably mask the chalky aftertaste of the paint. At least it LOOKS like milk."
  51. "CCup2"
  52. "Coffee cup"
  53. "Bird"
  54. "Bird Toy"
  55. "I'd better be careful. It might peck me again!"
  56. "RiggedBird"
  57. "New Gadget"
  58. "What possible use could I have for a nodding bird with an attitude?"
  59. "I may have something there, but the remote only works in the main room, close to the TV."
  60. "Yes, this might fool that rookie Norm out on the landing. Pecking bird plus stubborn remote equals permanently on TV! Yo, Dude!"
  61. "(Norm outside): HEY! What's going on in there? Turn that TV back on Mister and enjoy it!"
  62. "(Norm outside): HEY! You in there! You listen to that TV, or you'll get another week in the pen!"
  63. "(Norm outside): Mister! Turn that TV on. Listen and obey!"
  64. "(Norm outside): Turn that TV right back on, you hear? I'll be in if you don't! Stay Normal!"
  65. "(Norm outside): I won't warn you again, Mister! Who am I, the United Nations?! Turn that TV on, or I'm coming in!"
  66. "(Norm outside): Norm 7462 to Base. We have a citizen displaying abnormal behaviour. Request assistance."
  67. "(Norm outside): Hey Mister! Once I find that key, I'm coming in to teach you to obey!"
  68. "(Norm outside): Turn that TV on, Mister! You're only making it worse for yourself. Do you want to go back to the pen?"
  69. "FlatBathroom"
  70. -
  71. "Sharkpoon"
  72. "Sharkpoon"
  73. "Oh man, that TV's turned itself off again. I've just got to find a way to keep it on."
  74. "BathHole"
  75. "Hole In Bath"
  76. "dai"
  77. "Dai Vandervip"
  78. "a"
  79. "PRFactory"
  80. -
  81. "Fence"
  82. "Gates"
  83. "PRSign1"
  84. "Warning sign"
  85. "Skip1"
  86. "Dumpster"
  87. "Skip2"
  88. "Dumpster"
  89. "Skip3"
  90. "Dumpster"
  91. " I think I can make out the tiniest of fissures in the side, though it might be a trick of the light. I've got a terrible sinking feeling about all this, and the mud is only partly responsible. Wait a second! There's a conveyor belt feeding into the top of this thing. If I could find out where that conveyer starts..."
  92. "AlleyFPrint"
  93. "Footprints"
  94. "PRFReception"
  95. -
  96. "PRFHospitality"
  97. -
  98. "PRFSofa"
  99. "Sofa"
  100. "PromoScreen"
  101. "Promotional Screen"
  102. "WaterMachine"
  103. "Water Machine"
  104. "WaterCup"
  105. "Cup of Water"
  106. "PRFPerculator"
  107. "Bizarre sculpture"
  108. "I suppose this must be the creature's eye. I think the sculpture must be a metaphor for jealousy or something. A green eye? Hmmmm... Well if this thing is interactive, you just press the eye to watch the display. Here goes..."
  109. "JEEZ! I have never seen such an evocative and compelling rendering of the most basic human emotion - jealousy. The green eye, the boiling rage, it all adds up to one of the most brilliantly observed and executed things I have ever seen!"
  110. "PRFCCup"
  111. "Coffee Cup"
  112. "Sun"
  113. "ShakeUp"
  114. "Paul"
  115. "PRFReceptionDesk"
  116. "Admin pedestal."
  117. "receptionist"
  118. "Receptionist"
  119. " "
  120. "Note"
  121. "Note"
  122. "brinkler"
  123. "Mr. Brinkler"
  124. "Ah, Mr. Harry Zontal, I see that you have made yourself more than comfortable in our Hospitality Niche."
  125. "Well, Mr. Zontal, you certainly know how to make an impact, don't you? I'd like to be the first to congratulate you on getting a job in the prestigious Plush-Rest Test Department. I haven't seen such finely honed destructive skills as yours since old Gordon 'Tubs' Hodgson worked here. He could break things in his sleep, literally. I think that you will fit in here just fine. Why don't you spend the rest of the day browsing around our premises? "
  126. "TVSteps"
  127. -
  128. "bouncer"
  129. "Bouncer"
  130. "TVRecep"
  131. -
  132. "Johnson"
  133. "Boss Johnson"
  134. "As much as I would like to sample the delicate bouquet and flavour sealed within, I don't have a can opener."
  135. "Urm... erm...Urg! Chomp!"
  136. "TVVideoWall"
  137. "VideoWall"
  138. "TVDoor1"
  139. "Door"
  140. "TVDoor2"
  141. "Door"
  142. "TVOffice"
  143. -
  144. "TVJOffice"
  145. -
  146. "Papers1"
  147. "Scripts"
  148. "Terminal1"
  149. "Computer"
  150. "TVWoman2"
  151. "Administrator"
  152. "Beat it kid! I'm far too important to talk to you!"
  153. "TVPlant"
  154. "Plant"
  155. "CoffeeMachine"
  156. "Coffee Machine"
  157. "Fax"
  158. "Fax Machine"
  159. "FaxPage"
  160. "Fax"
  161. "JSecretary"
  162. "Secretary"
  163. "TVHall"
  164. -
  165. "Papers3"
  166. "Papers"
  167. "I'm too busy to talk to you again."
  168. "AccessCard"
  169. "ID Card"
  170. "FilingCabinet"
  171. "Filing Cabinet"
  172. "HDoor1"
  173. "Security door"
  174. "Studio"
  175. -
  176. "ControlRoom"
  177. -
  178. "HDoor2"
  179. "Security door"
  180. "HDoor3"
  181. "Security door"
  182. "HDoor4"
  183. "Security door"
  184. "HDoor5"
  185. "Security door"
  186. "It appears that I need some kind of ID card to get through here."
  187. "It won't budge! I suppose I really do need an ID card."
  188. "That's funny! The door still won't open! I wonder what's behind and how I can get in?"
  189. "There's nowhere to insert it!"
  190. "Open sesame!"
  191. "Video"
  192. "Video Tape"
  193. "ControlDesk"
  194. "Control Desk"
  195. "Camera"
  196. "TV Camera"
  197. "StudioPlant"
  198. "Pot plant"
  199. "TVSofa"
  200. "Couch"
  201. "FPresenter"
  202. "Female Presenter"
  203. "Hey, it's Barbara Barbie! I remember watching her on 'Minor-Celebrity Triangles'!"
  204. "Get lost, kid! This show's live!"
  205. "MPresenter"
  206. "Male Presenter"
  207. "He looks like one of those presenters that look great on TV but are deeply boring and self-centred off-camera."
  208. "And now we have a very important video clip of the latest best-selling single by Brian Deluge..."
  209. "I think I'd better leave now."
  210. "Den"
  211. -
  212. "Lab"
  213. -
  214. "Dock"
  215. -
  216. "DenFridge"
  217. "Fridge"
  218. "Hasp"
  219. "Locked Hasp"
  220. "Hammer"
  221. "Hammer"
  222. "HazardSign"
  223. "Road sign"
  224. "DistArray"
  225. "Chemistry Equipment"
  226. "PChemical"
  227. "Purple Chemical"
  228. "PChemical1"
  229. "Empty Test Tube"
  230. "Electronics"
  231. "Hi-Tech Electronics"
  232. "Electronics1"
  233. "Broken Electronics"
  234. "RAARG! YURG! ROAR!..... WOW! What was that stuff? That is potent blackcurrant juice!"
  235. "AARGH! Oh no! Maybe no one will notice?"
  236. "SmallBox"
  237. "Small Box"
  238. "Otter"
  239. "Otter"
  240. "DockWater"
  241. "Water"
  242. "Liberty"
  243. "Plastic Model"
  244. "Key"
  245. "Small Key"
  246. "I'm very tempted to go and hit someone, but I can resist the temptation... barely!"
  247. "Hasp1"
  248. "Unlocked Hasp"
  249. "DenFridge1"
  250. "Fridge"
  251. "A key without a lock is like a bar without beer!"
  252. "I've got to go unlock that hasp first!"
  253. "WalnutWhip"
  254. "Walnut Cone"
  255. "Sardines"
  256. "Sardines"
  257. "Milk"
  258. "Milk"
  259. "Lettuce"
  260. "Mangy Lettuce"
  261. "DrumKit"
  262. "Drum Kit"
  263. "Junk"
  264. "Junk"
  265. "saul"
  266. "Saul Nystalux"
  267. "kerry"
  268. "Kerry Oakey"
  269. "norm"
  270. "Norm 2782"
  271. "A cheerful, alert old man. He was once the leader of the whole city!"
  272. "heather"
  273. "Heather Robinson"
  274. "Sssssshhh!"
  275. "brian"
  276. "Brian Deluge"
  277. "Hello, I'm here to apply for a job as furniture tester."
  278. "Er, erm, H... Hello. Please don't shout! I've only just started here. I've been here for two, no three, no, one month. I don't know what everything does exactly. Please give me all the space you think I need."
  279. "Calm down, Ms. Crastina. I am here for an appointment in the Test Department. My name is Mr. Harry Zontal, and I am an unparalleled furniture tester of the first order! Please inform Mr. Brinkler of my arrival."
  280. "Bye"
  281. "Start with Cushion"
  282. "JUNK"
  283. "JUNK"
  284. "Start without Cushion"
  285. "JUNK"
  286. "JUNK"
  287. "JUNK"
  288. "Start"
  289. "JUNK"
  290. "JUNK"
  291. "JUNK"
  292. "Start"
  293. "Excuse me, Mr. Johnson? Er... I don't want to take up much of your time, but..."
  294. "What do you want? I'm extremely busy right now. Speak up! Don't take all day!"
  295. "Well... er... I have this video that I've been told has to be played today."
  296. "What is it? Who sent you?"
  297. "Er... I don't know what's on it. The orders came from... er... Mr. Nystalux himself!"
  298. "Ah! Right. Well, I'm too busy right now. Take it to the studio. Here, you'll need this card."
  299. "Thank you, Sir."
  300. "Begone! I'm very busy!"
  301. "Bye"
  302. "Hello"
  303. "JUNK"
  304. "JUNK"
  305. "Can I go in?"
  306. "JUNK"
  307. "JUNK"
  308. "JUNK"
  309. "JUNK"
  310. "Boss Johnson"
  311. "JUNK"
  312. "JUNK"
  313. "JUNK"
  314. "Nice dog."
  315. "JUNK"
  316. "JUNK"
  317. "JUNO"
  318. "JUNK"
  319. "JUNK"
  320. "Why are you famous?"
  321. "JUNK"
  322. "JUNK"
  323. "JUNK"
  324. "JUNK"
  325. "JUNK"
  326. "Bye"
  327. "JUNK"
  328. "JUNK"
  329. "Hello"
  330. "Let's see your ID, laddy? You no can enter without yer badge."
  331. "Er... I don't have any ID, but I do need to get inside. It's very important."
  332. "No pass - no entry. Try to get in and I'll set me wee dog on yer. Orders, see?"
  333. "Hello 2"
  334. "JUNK"
  335. "JUNK"
  336. "Start"
  337. "I said before, laddy, let's be having yer ID?"
  338. "I, er... I seem to have left it at home. Honest!"
  339. "Orders is orders, and wee Gnasher here no likes the look of ye."
  340. "Nice doggy! Good doggy!"
  341. "Hello"
  342. "Excuse me..."
  343. "Can I help you?"
  344. "Bye"
  345. "Thanks for your help."
  346. "That's what I'm here for."
  347. "Video"
  348. "I've been told to bring you this video."
  349. "I see. Well it's nothing to do with me."
  350. "But this IS a TV station?"
  351. "Yes, but you need to take it to the studio."
  352. "Oh, ok. Sorry to trouble you Miss."
  353. "Herself"
  354. "Er... can I ask if you want to go out when this game is over?"
  355. "My boyfriend won't like that."
  356. "I'd forget about him. I'm more fun to be with."
  357. "Er... my 7 FEET TALL, BODYBUILDING boyfriend won't agree!"
  358. "Ah, yes... you're probably right. Never mind, it was just a thought."
  359. "Mr. Johnson"
  360. "Can I speak with Mr. Johnson, please?"
  361. "Do you have an appointment?"
  362. "Er... no, but I do have a very important video tape."
  363. "Wait a minute.... Mr. Johnson, Sir?"
  364. "Yeah?"
  365. "There's a man to see you, Sir."
  366. "Send him over."
  367. "You can see him now."
  368. "Thanks."
  369. "ID Card"
  370. "Er... I need an ID card to get into the studio."
  371. "That's not my department."
  372. "So you won't give me one?"
  373. "That's what I said!"
  374. "Hello"
  375. "JUNK"
  376. "JUNK"
  377. "JUNK"
  378. "Programme"
  379. "JUNK"
  380. "JUNK"
  381. "JUNK"
  382. "JUNK"
  383. "JUNK"
  384. "JUNK"
  385. "JUNK"
  386. "Bye"
  387. "JUNK"
  388. "JUNK"
  389. "Video"
  390. "JUNK"
  391. "JUNK"
  392. "JUNK"
  393. "JUNK"
  394. "Barbara"
  395. "JUNK"
  396. "JUNK"
  397. "JUNK"
  398. "JUNK"
  399. "Chalkboard"
  400. "JUNK"
  401. "JUNK"
  402. "JUNK"
  403. "JUNK"
  404. "Hello"
  405. "JUNK"
  406. "JUNK"
  407. "Hi with Coffee"
  408. "JUNK"
  409. "JUNK"
  410. "JUNK"
  411. "JUNK"
  412. "JUNK"
  413. "JUNK"
  414. "JUNK"
  415. "JUNK"
  416. "JUNK"
  417. "Hi There"
  418. "JUNK"
  419. "JUNK"
  420. "JUNK"
  421. "JUNK"
  422. "JUNK"
  423. "JUNK"
  424. "JUNK"
  425. "Hi Again"
  426. "JUNK"
  427. "JUNK"
  428. "The Sun"
  429. "JUNK"
  430. "JUNK"
  431. "JUNK"
  432. "JUNK"
  433. "The Shake-Up"
  434. "JUNK"
  435. "JUNK"
  436. "JUNK"
  437. "Why is Dai out here?"
  438. "JUNK"
  439. "JUNK"
  440. "JUNK"
  441. "JUNK"
  442. "JUNK"
  443. "JUNK"
  444. "JUNK"
  445. "JUNK"
  446. "JUNK"
  447. "JUNK"
  448. "JUNK"
  449. "JUNK"
  450. "Bye"
  451. "JUNK"
  452. "JUNK"
  453. "Paul Nystalux"
  454. "JUNK"
  455. "JUNK"
  456. "JUNK"
  457. "JUNK"
  458. "JUNK"
  459. "JUNK"
  460. "Going Down?"
  461. "JUNK"
  462. "JUNK"
  463. "JUNK"
  464. "JUNK"
  465. "JUNK"
  466. "JUNK"
  467. "JUNK"
  468. "JUNK"
  469. "Hi 2"
  470. "JUNK"
  471. "JUNK"
  472. "JUNK"
  473. "Hi 3"
  474. "JUNK"
  475. "JUNK"
  476. "Hello"
  477. "JUNK"
  478. "JUNK"
  479. "JUNK"
  480. "JUNK"
  481. "JUNK"
  482. "JUNK"
  483. "JUNK"
  484. "JUNK"
  485. "JUNK"
  486. "Bye"
  487. "Hello"
  488. "JUNK"
  489. "JUNK"
  490. "Bye"
  491. "Hello"
  492. "JUNK"
  493. "JUNK"
  494. "The Skimmer"
  495. "JUNK"
  496. "JUNK"
  497. "JUNK"
  498. "JUNK"
  499. "JUNK"
  500. "JUNK"
  501. "JUNK"
  502. "JUNK"
  503. "The Sun"
  504. "JUNK"
  505. "JUNK"
  506. "JUNK"
  507. "JUNK"
  508. "JUNK"
  509. "JUNK"
  510. "What are you doing?"
  511. "JUNK"
  512. "JUNK"
  513. "JUNK"
  514. "Ingredient Z"
  515. "JUNK"
  516. "JUNK"
  517. "JUNK"
  518. "JUNK"
  519. "JUNK"
  520. "JUNK"
  521. "Bye"
  522. "JUNK"
  523. "Hello"
  524. "JUNK"
  525. "JUNK"
  526. "Locked Fridge"
  527. "JUNK"
  528. "JUNK"
  529. "JUNK"
  530. "JUNK"
  531. "JUNK"
  532. "JUNK"
  533. "JUNK"
  534. "JUNK"
  535. "JUNK"
  536. "Walnut Whip"
  537. "JUNK"
  538. "JUNK"
  539. "JUNK"
  540. "JUNK"
  541. "JUNK"
  542. "JUNK"
  543. "JUNK"
  544. "JUNK"
  545. "JUNK"
  546. "JUNK"
  547. "Bye"
  548. "JUNK"
  549. "JUNK"
  550. "JUNK"
  551. "HelloFirst"
  552. "JUNK"
  553. "JUNK"
  554. "JUNK"
  555. "JUNK"
  556. "JUNK"
  557. "Hello"
  558. "JUNK"
  559. "What are you doing?"
  560. "JUNK"
  561. "JUNK"
  562. "JUNK"
  563. "JUNK"
  564. "JUNK"
  565. "Ingredient Z"
  566. "JUNK"
  567. "JUNK"
  568. "JUNK"
  569. "JUNK"
  570. "JUNK"
  571. "Bye"
  572. "JUNK"
  573. "JUNK"
  574. "What do you need?"
  575. "JUNK"
  576. "JUNK"
  577. "JUNK"
  578. "Give Walnut Whip"
  579. "JUNK"
  580. "Give Ingedient Z"
  581. "JUNK"
  582. "Give Cotton Wool"
  583. "JUNK"
  584. "Give Blue Paint"
  585. "JUNK"
  586. "Given All"
  587. "JUNK"
  588. "Hello"
  589. "JUNK"
  590. "Drum Kit"
  591. "JUNK"
  592. "JUNK"
  593. "JUNK"
  594. "JUNK"
  595. "JUNK"
  596. "JUNK"
  597. "Music"
  598. "JUNK"
  599. "JUNK"
  600. "JUNK"
  601. "JUNK"
  602. "JUNK"
  603. "JUNK"
  604. "JUNK"
  605. "JUNK"
  606. "JUNK"
  607. "Walnut Whip"
  608. "JUNK"
  609. "JUNK"
  610. "JUNK"
  611. "Locked Fridge"
  612. "JUNK"
  613. "JUNK"
  614. "JUNK"
  615. "JUNK"
  616. "Bye"
  617. "JUNK"
  618. "JUNK"
  619. "Kerry's Fridge"
  620. "JUNK"
  621. "JUNK"
  622. "JUNK"
  623. "JUNK"
  624. "JUNK"
  625. "JUNK"
  626. "LavaLamp"
  627. "Lava Lamp"
  628. "HiFi"
  629. "Hi-Fi"
  630. "PowerBox"
  631. "Power Box"
  632. "Heater"
  633. "Heater"
  634. "FlatFan"
  635. "Fan"
  636. "Clock"
  637. "Clock"
  638. "Acid"
  639. "Acid Sign"
  640. "GreenTowel"
  641. "Towel"
  642. "BeanSplat"
  643. "Beans Splat"
  644. "WMachine"
  645. "Rat in Washer"
  646. "It's already boiled. If I do it again, I'm wasting energy. Not wise!"
  647. "Bust"
  648. "Bust"
  649. "FireDoor"
  650. "Fire Door"
  651. "TVNSign"
  652. "Picture"
  653. "Bonsai"
  654. "Shrub"
  655. "TVPicture"
  656. "Picture"
  657. "TVPoodle"
  658. "Calendar"
  659. "TVFan"
  660. "Fan"
  661. "TVEquip"
  662. "Equipment"
  663. "StudioDoor"
  664. "Door"
  665. "Scenery"
  666. "Scenery"
  667. "BurglarAlarm"
  668. "Device"
  669. "What from here? Get real!"
  670. "Hopper"
  671. "Hopper"
  672. "DenMug"
  673. "Mug"
  674. "BeanBag"
  675. "Bean Bag"
  676. "DenRubbish"
  677. "Black Bags"
  678. "Pizza"
  679. "Pizza"
  680. "Skeleton"
  681. "Skeleton"
  682. "PlasmaBall"
  683. "Plasma Ball"
  684. "DenBooks"
  685. "Books"
  686. "DenModel"
  687. "Model"
  688. "Amp"
  689. "Amplifier"
  690. "Rope"
  691. "Rope"
  692. "DockDoors"
  693. "Doors"
  694. "Well, look here, a little key! That's bound to be useful."
  695. "TrafficCone"
  696. "Traffic Cone"
  697. "Bollard"
  698. "Bollard"
  699. "Bollard1"
  700. "Bollard"
  701. "Elvis"
  702. "Elvis"
  703. "I don't see the point in locking it again!"
  704. "Window1"
  705. "Window"
  706. "WindowBox"
  707. "Dai's Cradle"
  708. "DaiTV"
  709. "TV"
  710. "Tarpaulin"
  711. "Tarpaulin"
  712. "Winch"
  713. "Winch"
  714. "Person"
  715. "A strange, old man wearing bright yellow oilskins and a warm smile."
  716. "I'm too busy! Go away!"
  717. "StartNoAppt"
  718. "I'm busy! Go away!"
  719. "EntrySewer"
  720. -
  721. "Sewer"
  722. -
  723. "SewerJunk"
  724. "Junk"
  725. "I'm not a trashman!"
  726. "No way! I'm not touching that stuff! Would you go picking things up from sewers?"
  727. "Lots of soggy junk. At least that's what I HOPE it is!"
  728. "SewerRats"
  729. "Rats"
  730. "Screwdriver"
  731. "Screwdriver"
  732. "Landing"
  733. -
  734. "LandingLift"
  735. "Lift Door"
  736. "Bat"
  737. "Bat"
  738. "LandingDoor"
  739. "Door"
  740. "LandingFace"
  741. "Face"
  742. "LiftPanel"
  743. "Panel"
  744. "LandingBoard"
  745. "Noticeboard"
  746. "LandingPower"
  747. "Power Box"
  748. "LandingFan"
  749. "Fan"
  750. "FlatIntercom"
  751. "Intercom"
  752. "Start"
  753. "JUNK"
  754. "JUNK"
  755. "What have I done?"
  756. "JUNK"
  757. "JUNK"
  758. "JUNK"
  759. "JUNK"
  760. "JUNK"
  761. "JUNK"
  762. "JUNK"
  763. "JUNK"
  764. "Can I get past?"
  765. "JUNK"
  766. "JUNK"
  767. "JUNK"
  768. "JUNK"
  769. "How's your book?"
  770. "JUNK"
  771. "JUNK"
  772. "JUNK"
  773. "JUNK"
  774. "JUNK"
  775. "JUNK"
  776. "Bye"
  777. "JUNK"
  778. "JUNK"
  779. "You think I should act in this soap? No way, not this trash! I'd rather go to an Elevator-Musak concert!"
  780. "Only"
  781. "JUNK"
  782. "JUNK"
  783. "JUNK"
  784. "I don't have anything to use it with!"
  785. "If I just take these screws out.... There, that's done it. Pull these planks away and... great! I can climb through now!"
  786. "I can't get in there until I can remove those boards."
  787. "Any chance of a job here?"
  788. "What sort of job?"
  789. "Oh, acting or something. I fancy myself as a stunt man!"
  790. "Funny you should mention that?"
  791. "Why?"
  792. "I was just thinking about you as a stunt man."
  793. "And?!"
  794. "You'd be lousy! Now stop disturbing me!"
  795. "Why aren't you cleaning?"
  796. "JUNK"
  797. "JUNK"
  798. "JUNK"
  799. "JUNK"
  800. "What about the women?"
  801. "JUNK"
  802. "JUNK"
  803. "JUNK"
  804. "JUNK"
  805. "JUNK"
  806. "JUNK"
  807. "JUNK"
  808. "JUNK"
  809. "PRFPlants"
  810. "Plant"
  811. "PRFSpotlight"
  812. "Spotlight"
  813. "PedestalPlant"
  814. "Plant"
  815. "PRFProjector"
  816. "Projector"
  817. "Shrubbery"
  818. "Shrubs"
  819. "PRFOutDoor"
  820. "Door"
  821. "Get real!"
  822. "PRFInDoor"
  823. "Door"
  824. "PRFRelief"
  825. "Carvings"
  826. "PRFBust"
  827. "Bust"
  828. "PRFBanner"
  829. "Banner"
  830. "PRFSunset"
  831. "Painting"
  832. "PRFScrolly"
  833. "Display"
  834. "PRFWomanPic"
  835. "Picture"
  836. "PRFDummy"
  837. "Door"
  838. "HospDoor"
  839. "Door"
  840. "Ad0"
  841. "Advert"
  842. "If I took that off the wall, there'd be a faded patch for sure."
  843. "Ad1"
  844. "Advert"
  845. "Ad2"
  846. "Advert"
  847. "Ad3"
  848. "Advert"
  849. "Ad4"
  850. "Advert"
  851. "Ad5"
  852. "Advert"
  853. "JUNK"
  854. "PRFLockedDoor"
  855. "Door"
  856. "PRFOpenDoor"
  857. "Door"
  858. "JUNK"
  859. "I can't reach it."
  860. "Start"
  861. "JUNK"
  862. "JUNK"
  863. "JUNK"
  864. "JUNK"
  865. "JUNK"
  866. "Start"
  867. "JUNK"
  868. "OK, I'll leave"
  869. "JUNK"
  870. "What is your mission?"
  871. "JUNK"
  872. "JUNK"
  873. "JUNK"
  874. "JUNK"
  875. "JUNK"
  876. "JUNK"
  877. "JUNK"
  878. "JUNK"
  879. "JUNK"
  880. "JUNK"
  881. "Listen up!"
  882. "JUNK"
  883. "JUNK"
  884. "JUNK"
  885. "JUNK"
  886. "JUNK"
  887. "Start"
  888. "JUNK"
  889. "JUNK"
  890. "JUNK"
  891. "Start"
  892. "JUNK"
  893. "JUNK"
  894. "JUNK"
  895. "JUNK"
  896. "JUNK"
  897. "I don't think that would do any good."
  898. "I've never seen such an evocative and compelling rendering."
  899. "Start"
  900. "I see that you have made yourself more than comfortable, in our Hospitality Niche?"
  901. "You certainly know how to make an impact, don't you? I'd like to be the first to congratulate you on getting a job in the prestigious Plush-Rest Test Department. I haven't seen such finely-honed destructive skills as yours since old Gordon \"Smasher\" Hodgson worked here, and he could break things in his sleep - literally! I think that you will fit in here just fine."
  902. "Follow me and I'll take you to the our cosy little Test Department. There you can have a look around."
  903. "Great!"
  904. "Whoh! Whah! Oh no! AAARGH!"
  905. "OW! That nasty critter bit me!"
  906. "Croc"
  907. "Alligator"
  908. "Pick the lock? I guess I can do that. I'm a resourceful guy..."
  909. "AAAARGH! Oh great! The \"alligator disguised as a log\" gag! I fell for it, the oldest trick in the book!"
  910. "It's a bit of a lethal weapon to use without cause."
  911. "Yup, I think I could lasso that basket... Ride 'em cowboy!"
  912. "KentDoor1"
  913. "Front Door"
  914. "It's good to be home again."
  915. "SatDish"
  916. "Satellite Dish"
  917. "TVMainDoor"
  918. "Doors"
  919. "Yurg! All of a sudden I don't feel hungry!"
  920. "DenDoor"
  921. "Metal Door"
  922. "DockDoor"
  923. "Door"
  924. "TidOffice"
  925. "FacHall"
  926. "FacLoo"
  927. "FacMess"
  928. -
  929. "FacCRoom"
  930. -
  931. "FacTestDept"
  932. "FacGrinders"
  933. "FacExecCRoom"
  934. -
  935. "FacNormOffice"
  936. "Tiddler"
  937. "\"Tiddler\""
  938. "Not now, kid! Not now! Running a Test Department is a serious business and involves a great deal of concentration..."
  939. "Start"
  940. "Right, now that we're in my office, Mr. Zontal, what can I tell you?"
  941. "Well, Mr. Brinkler, Sir, I'm, er... glad to..."
  942. "PLEASE, call me Tiddler. Everyone around here does. It helps to create the kind of \"Working family atmosphere\" you'll come to appreciate. Now, tell me why did you apply for this job? What have you got to offer us?"
  943. "Start 2"
  944. "JUNK"
  945. "JUNK"
  946. "Tiddler"
  947. "How come they call you Tiddler? Are you a bit short on something?"
  948. "I think it's eye runny, or something like that! Tell you a secret boy... I've never really understood it myself."
  949. "But what IS that in that case, sir?"
  950. "FIRE RISK! This aint no fire risk, boy! It displays skill and dedication. It's the finest example of how this job should be done! Those damn Waste Engineers are so efficient, as soon as anything gets broke, it's on its way to the grinders. I can't show my boys how it should be done!"
  951. "Waste Engineers"
  952. "Maybe you should speak to them, you seem to have authority, sir."
  953. "Not over THEM, son. They're weird, unapproachable. I tried in the past and they said they had their orders direct from the Directors. I love this job, son, I don't want to get fired. I don't know what else I'd do."
  954. "Strange Broken Furniture"
  955. "I seem to have broken quite a lot of furniture myself today. I found some strange stuff amongst the debris. Perhaps that's why they like to get it out of the way quickly?"
  956. "What kind of stuff did you find?"
  957. "I discovered a couple of gizmos. I don't know what they do though. All I can hear is a strange whispering noise when I hold it close to my ear. Here, listen..."
  958. "Oh yes, I've got it. Maybe it's a device for making a strange whispering noise. No... hang on. On second thoughts I feel a little weird when you hold it up close. Maybe it's a relaxation device, Son. I feel sort of drained. I aint never seen one before, and that's how good our Waste Engineers are."
  959. "What exactly are Waste Engineers?"
  960. "They're the guys who make sure that none of the stuff we bust is left around for more 'n a minute. They're a division of the Norm Trooper Army."
  961. "Why is that?"
  962. "Not sure really. Maybe it's an insurance thing. Splinters and such can be deadly I understand. Leader Paul makes the orders. We just follow 'em."
  963. "Bye"
  964. "Thanks for all that."
  965. "Radio"
  966. "Radio"
  967. "Radio1"
  968. "Radio"
  969. "CurrentReceiver"
  970. "Current Receiver"
  971. "CurrentSender"
  972. "Current Sender"
  973. "GlassCase"
  974. "Glass Case"
  975. "TidDoor"
  976. "Door"
  977. "Weigher"
  978. "Weight Machine"
  979. "TidCertificate"
  980. "Certificate"
  981. "TidMedal"
  982. "Medal"
  983. "TidBlueprint"
  984. "Blueprint"
  985. "TidMag"
  986. "Magazine Cover"
  987. "TidAlarm"
  988. "Glass Panel"
  989. "FactoryDoor"
  990. "Door"
  991. "FacLooDoor"
  992. "Door"
  993. "FoodHatch"
  994. "Closed Hatch"
  995. "FacCRoomDoor"
  996. "Door"
  997. "FacNormDoor"
  998. "Door"
  999. "fatty1"
  1000. "Tester"
  1001. "I'm psyching myself for a strenuous test session. Go away."
  1002. "I don't speak to wimps!"
  1003. "CubicleDoor1"
  1004. "Door"
  1005. "CubicleDoor2"
  1006. "Door"
  1007. "CubicleDoor3"
  1008. "Door"
  1009. "ParadisePoster"
  1010. "Poster"
  1011. "FACTV1"
  1012. "Video Screen"
  1013. "FACTV2"
  1014. "Video Screen"
  1015. "FACTV3"
  1016. "Video Screen"
  1017. "Start"
  1018. "How's it going?"
  1019. "Eh? Oh not too well my well-upholstered friend. We're all on strike, hence the relative quiet around this department. No one is going to break anything, especially the picket line we plan to set up after the meeting that's going on now."
  1020. "Badge"
  1021. "Guard"
  1022. "BADGE?!"
  1023. "This guy looks like he means business!"
  1024. "Start"
  1025. "Why won't you let me past? Why can't I go in there? Mr. Brinkler said I could look around."
  1026. "BADGE?!"
  1027. "Start 1"
  1028. "What is that in there? Could I just have a peek? I promise I won't tell anyone. It'll be our little secret. Please?"
  1029. "BADGE?!"
  1030. "Start 2"
  1031. "Where do I get a badge then? Oh, never mind! I didn't want to go in there anyway!"
  1032. "Endit"
  1033. "Hatch"
  1034. "Air Vent"
  1035. "PRFEntry"
  1036. "Door"
  1037. "FacLeg"
  1038. "Leg"
  1039. "FacCard"
  1040. "Postcard"
  1041. "MrGreedy"
  1042. "Picture"
  1043. "FacPants"
  1044. "Underwear"
  1045. "FacCard1"
  1046. "Postcard"
  1047. "FacLooDoor9"
  1048. "Door"
  1049. "FacSpecs"
  1050. "Spec Sheet"
  1051. "FacSign"
  1052. "Sign"
  1053. "FacSmasher"
  1054. "Poster"
  1055. "FacLard"
  1056. "Poster"
  1057. "FacSwitch"
  1058. "Switchbox"
  1059. "FacFireplace"
  1060. "Fireplace"
  1061. "FacSaul"
  1062. "Picture"
  1063. "FacRoster"
  1064. "Roster"
  1065. "FacPower"
  1066. "Powerbox"
  1067. "Hatch1"
  1068. "Air Vent"
  1069. "I can't reach."
  1070. "FlatFan1"
  1071. "Fan"
  1072. "Pwoooarh! There's still a horrible stench coming up through that hole in the bath!"
  1073. "DoorSign"
  1074. "Front Door"
  1075. "Talk to a character."
  1076. "Eat or drink something."
  1077. "Open, Close or unlock something."
  1078. "Use an object in some way."
  1079. "Pick up something."
  1080. "Examine something."
  1081. "Wear something."
  1082. "Pipe"
  1083. "Rubber Pipe"
  1084. "Pipe1"
  1085. "Rubber Pipe"
  1086. "TVGates"
  1087. "Gates"
  1088. "Hmmm... Where should I go? I think I have a map on me somewhere..."
  1089. "GlassCase1"
  1090. "Glass Case"
  1091. "Memorial Stadium"
  1092. "M.I.N.T. Mall"
  1093. "Ordinary Outpost"
  1094. "Apartment"
  1095. "Plush-Rest Factory"
  1096. "The Den"
  1097. "Street"
  1098. "Sub-Station"
  1099. "TV Station"
  1100. "Frustrated? Want to meet some like-minded individuals? Want to do something about the state of the city? Get a job and snoop around Plush-Rest. You'll find a group in one of the dumpsters around the back."
  1101. "An Empathiser..."
  1102. "Do you crave for a plush posterior perch? Are you unhealthily heavy? Then come and work in our Test Department. Good shifts, lots of sitting, as much food as you can eat, and hear this: you get paid for it! See Mr. Brinkler right away. Remember the Plush-Rest Motto:"
  1103. "\"If your butt is in a rut, buy the best, buy Plush-Rest!\""
  1104. "Today's show will go live to the entire city. No hitches, right?!"
  1105. "The Management."
  1106. "You have violated the penal code: Section 491223, section 86, clause 15, subsection 7, paragraph 9, note D: \"Escaping an Apartment\". Turn yourself in to the nearest Norm precinct for immediate return to the Blue Pen."
  1107. "Got it."
  1108. "A small black tape. It contains footage of Brian's latest record."
  1109. "OK. I expect I'll find the lock later."
  1110. "A key. Hmmm.... this could be the key to the whole problem!"
  1111. "LockerRod"
  1112. "Locker"
  1113. "LockerFred"
  1114. "Locker"
  1115. "IronPoster"
  1116. "Poster"
  1117. "NormSnax"
  1118. "Coupon"
  1119. "NormControlBox"
  1120. "Control Unit"
  1121. "grindernorm"
  1122. "Waste Engineer"
  1123. "Ugh! Get lost!"
  1124. "Start"
  1125. "JUNK"
  1126. "Can I get inside?"
  1127. "JUNK"
  1128. "JUNK"
  1129. "JUNK"
  1130. "JUNK"
  1131. "Why are you on guard?"
  1132. "JUNK"
  1133. "JUNK"
  1134. "JUNK"
  1135. "JUNK"
  1136. "JUNK"
  1137. "What happens to the waste"
  1138. "JUNK"
  1139. "JUNK"
  1140. "JUNK"
  1141. "JUNK"
  1142. "JUNK"
  1143. "JUNK"
  1144. "JUNK"
  1145. "JUNK"
  1146. "JUNK"
  1147. "Bye"
  1148. "JUNK"
  1149. "Start"
  1150. "Bye"
  1151. "JUNK"
  1152. "JUNK"
  1153. "JUNK"
  1154. "JUNK"
  1155. "JUNK"
  1156. "GrinderExt"
  1157. "Extinguisher"
  1158. "Grinder"
  1159. "Grinder"
  1160. "GrinderBlades"
  1161. "Saw Blades"
  1162. "Debris"
  1163. "Debris"
  1164. "Battery"
  1165. "Battery"
  1166. "It won't work as it is. It needs connecting to something."
  1167. "FactoryBed"
  1168. "Bed"
  1169. "FacBedShelf"
  1170. "Congratulations! You are now the proud owner of the unique Slumba-Swift system. No more tossing and turning, no more plumping up the pillows..."
  1171. "I don't want to make a mess here."
  1172. "I'll just put it here on the bed..."
  1173. "Debris1"
  1174. "Less Debris"
  1175. "Debris2"
  1176. "Debris"
  1177. "BedManual"
  1178. "Manual"
  1179. "Simply program in the amount of sleep you require, turn it on and let the bed do the rest. You'll sleep like a log and awaken fresh and ready for the great day ahead!"
  1180. "BatSnd"
  1181. "Battery with Sender"
  1182. "With this Current Sender connected to the battery, I should be able to power something. Now... what?"
  1183. "BatSnd1"
  1184. "Battery with Sender"
  1185. "Hmmm.... If I wire this to this.... yes, I do believe I have the ability to generate power!"
  1186. "I don't think that will work!"
  1187. "I'll jut leave it here as a potential power source for the bed."
  1188. "PRFOildrum"
  1189. "Paint Drum"
  1190. "PRFFuelcan"
  1191. "Fuelcan"
  1192. "PRFFlames"
  1193. "Flames"
  1194. "PRFChute"
  1195. "Chute"
  1196. "PRFFan"
  1197. "Gargantuan Fan"
  1198. "PRSign2"
  1199. "Notice"
  1200. "PRFWindow"
  1201. "Window"
  1202. "PRFDoorSide"
  1203. "Door"
  1204. "PRFDoor8"
  1205. "Door"
  1206. "PRFFurnace"
  1207. "Furnace"
  1208. "PRFGoodsIn"
  1209. "Doors"
  1210. "PRFGoodsOut"
  1211. "Doors"
  1212. "Skip4"
  1213. "Container"
  1214. "PRFDoorBack"
  1215. "Doors"
  1216. "TShirt"
  1217. "T-Shirt"
  1218. "Should fit. It's Extra-Medium."
  1219. "OK, I'll put it on."
  1220. "This could be useful in fooling that silly woman at Plush-Rest. She seems likely to believe everything she reads."
  1221. "Chest"
  1222. "Chest of Drawers"
  1223. "Gizmo"
  1224. "Strange Gizmo"
  1225. "BrianPoster"
  1226. "Poster"
  1227. "No way! I blew my speakers up last time!"
  1228. "AHHH! Too loud! I'm gonna bill Deluge for my speakers if I ever see him. Great song though. NA NI NA...... My Car's got no wheels, but I'm still rolling.."
  1229. "Speaker"
  1230. "Speaker"
  1231. "Speaker1"
  1232. "Broken Speaker"
  1233. "I'm not tired at the moment, and I'm not willing to get naked for just anyone."
  1234. "Me and who? Be realistic."
  1235. "It's a Plush-Rest Bachelor Special, guaranteed for 500,000 naughty nights."
  1236. "I don't feel tired right now."
  1237. "OK. It's important to be comfy wherever you go."
  1238. "I seem to remember these coming with the apartment. They're getting a kinda lumpy. Gravity is an unkind mistress to even inanimate objects."
  1239. "I can't get it to shift without the keys, and I don't think I'll be seeing those for about a week. Whoever made this hovel thought very seriously about home security."
  1240. "Yeah, right!"
  1241. "It's locked, and I don't have the keys. Besides, there's a Norm outside."
  1242. "It doesn't work."
  1243. "I can't do that."
  1244. "It got disconnected by the Norms for being a health risk!"
  1245. "Not exactly a portable stereo. I'll leave it."
  1246. "More of a low-fi really, but I get by with it."
  1247. "I thought of drinking it once, but I don't think that would be a good idea!"
  1248. "No thanks, it's surprisingly heavy."
  1249. "It's very relaxing watching this all day. Oh, yeah... wow."
  1250. "I'd better not disturb the thing, it's keeping the TV on."
  1251. "I'd better not disturb the thing, it's keeping the TV on."
  1252. "My pecking bird toy connected to the TV remote. It's merrily pecking away and keeping the TV on for me."
  1253. "I can only use it from my hi-fi."
  1254. "No, it took me ages to place my speakers for the best sound reproduction."
  1255. "Top class speakers these. All right, they're cheap really!"
  1256. "These are no good to anyone now!"
  1257. "Why? They're totally thrashed!"
  1258. "I've trashed them! I blame that Brian Deluge."
  1259. "What do I do with it?"
  1260. "I can't do that!"
  1261. "It's not kidding. The tap water here is disgusting!"
  1262. "Yes, I can tell the time. I did learn that much!"
  1263. "It's stuck to the wall."
  1264. "Doesn't time pass slowly when you're having fun!"
  1265. " "
  1266. "OK, I've got it."
  1267. "It's a jar of old white paint. Unfortunately I added a little too much water to the mixture and it resembles fat free milk now."
  1268. "I tried turning it off once... the room steamed up for a week!"
  1269. "It extracts smells from my bathroom."
  1270. "If I filled it with water it would make a good bath, otherwise, I wouldn't know what to do with it."
  1271. "How do you expect me to carry that?"
  1272. "WOW! I bet they get great TV reception with these things!"
  1273. "I can't reach it."
  1274. "It's bolted to the wall."
  1275. "I think it's a burglar alarm."
  1276. "What do I do with this tacky thing?"
  1277. "Uh-huh! I might drop it and BUST it! Ha, ha. Get it?"
  1278. "It's so badly made I haven't a clue who it is."
  1279. "There's no fire here!"
  1280. "Sure!"
  1281. "It's a fire door, and probably alarmed, so I won't touch it."
  1282. "No, I want to make sure that this gets read."
  1283. "No, I want to make sure that this gets read."
  1284. "I never learned to type, and I don't see the point in learning right now."
  1285. "And risk the wrath of this woman? No way! 'Hell hath no fury...'"
  1286. "Boring! Computers are boring, boring, boring!"
  1287. "I can't reach it."
  1288. "I can't reach it, and anyway, that would be theft!"
  1289. "TVN - Television Normality. What an inspiring name!"
  1290. "I'd water it if I could."
  1291. "If I touch that it will disintegrate. I don't want the death of that plant on my conscience."
  1292. "Someone is not very green-fingered around here. Plants should be there to inspire and motivate the workforce"
  1293. "What can I do with a shrub?"
  1294. "I'm not interested in horticulture right now."
  1295. "It's a Bonsai tree. How nice."
  1296. "I wouldn't know what to do with all this stuff!"
  1297. "What, tuck this lot in my pockets? Get real!"
  1298. "There's some real cool stuff here. Whoh, I could make some great home movies with this junk!"
  1299. "Sure!"
  1300. "Sure!"
  1301. "No way!"
  1302. "A door's a door in my book. Just push to open. So what?"
  1303. "No way!"
  1304. "A door's a door in my book. Just push to open. So what?"
  1305. "If I sit on that, I won't want to get up again."
  1306. "What would I do with it?!"
  1307. "That's cool. A bean bag shaped like a burger!"
  1308. "It's a door!"
  1309. "It's attached to the wall! No can do."
  1310. "I think this is a wall-fridge?"
  1311. "Get real!"
  1312. "I wish I hadn't opened this fridge, now that I know what's inside!"
  1313. "I'm not drinking from that dirty thing!"
  1314. "Yuk. No thanks!"
  1315. "It's an old mug, and very dirty. Hasn't anyone ever heard of a dishwasher?"
  1316. "Who do you think I am? A trashman?"
  1317. "Don't talk Trash! Get it? Ha ha."
  1318. "They're full of trash and very smelly."
  1319. "Hey, respect the dead!"
  1320. "Uh-huh. Leave The King alone."
  1321. "It's the King himself, looks rather the worse for wear."
  1322. "I'd need a key to open that. I'm afraid my fingernails aren't up to picking the lock!"
  1323. "It's riveted to the fridge, and that's FAR too heavy!"
  1324. "This hasp is keeping the fridge locked. Who'd lock a fridge?"
  1325. "I can lock it with the key again."
  1326. "It's still riveted to the fridge!"
  1327. "The hasp is unlocked now."
  1328. "Look, I rarely eat things out of MY fridge, let alone a strangers?"
  1329. "What would I want that maggot-ridden thing for?"
  1330. "Why does every fridge have to have the obligatory shrivelled lettuce? Why are there so many cliches in this game? Why am I even asking?"
  1331. "No thanks. I wouldn't want to drink a new lifeform!"
  1332. "Nah!"
  1333. "Well this WAS milk! Now I think it's got a heartbeat!"
  1334. "I can just manage to lift it. Aha, there's a blue box under here!"
  1335. "I can do that... I think. Yes, there's a blue box under here!"
  1336. "A traffic control bollard. What's it doing down here?"
  1337. "I've no use for that."
  1338. "No thanks."
  1339. "I'm not interested in that."
  1340. "They won't budge. Probably been locked up for decades."
  1341. "Get real!"
  1342. "I wonder where these doors lead? To a secret smuggler's hideout, I bet!"
  1343. "I don't feel thirsty, and I already had a wash this morning."
  1344. "I don't feel thirsty, and I already had a wash this morning."
  1345. "I wouldn't fancy a swim in here! Mr. Otter doesn't seem to mind it though."
  1346. "I don't have a use for this right now."
  1347. "I don't have a use for this right now."
  1348. "A coil of rope."
  1349. "It's locked, but I can hear something rattling inside it."
  1350. "Got it. I can hear something rattling inside."
  1351. "It's a tiny box with a lock. Not very well made!"
  1352. "I've no use for that."
  1353. "No thanks."
  1354. "It's a traffic cone. One of several trillion up top on the streets."
  1355. "I don't want to play with it. You know how clumsy I am!"
  1356. "Uh-huh. It looks delicate."
  1357. "I think it's a model of an atom. Yes, Deuterium-7 I think!"
  1358. "I'd better not touch it. At school I usually ended up blowing up the lab or filling it with smelly smoke! I don't want to cause any more disasters."
  1359. "I don't think Heather would like it if I did."
  1360. "WOW! This looks like great fun. I used to love Chemistry at school!"
  1361. "It's a door!"
  1362. "Uh-huh! It's useless now, thanks to me playing Einstein!"
  1363. "It's no use to me. Or anyone, in fact!"
  1364. "Whoops! I've turned that wonderful invention into a smoking ruin."
  1365. "Just a quickie!..... What have I done?"
  1366. "Got it."
  1367. "This is either a magical potion that will give me endless wishes, or it's humble fruit juice!"
  1368. "I'm a guest here. I shouldn't play with his things."
  1369. "I'd better not."
  1370. "I guess he watches a lot of TV. Where does he get the power from?"
  1371. "If I do, I might send this baby crashing to the ground! No way!"
  1372. "If I take that, the cradle will be stuck here."
  1373. "I think it's used to winch the cradle up and down."
  1374. "I've never figured out how this works. Maybe it doesn't?"
  1375. "What, rip it off the wall?"
  1376. "I think this enables people to talk to me when I'm inside, but no one's ever bothered."
  1377. "I don't want to touch it."
  1378. "No thanks."
  1379. "This keeps my pad fed with stale, dry air!"
  1380. "Mother told me not to play with electricity!"
  1381. "Get real!"
  1382. "I think this feeds the power to my place."
  1383. "I can push these buttons until I'm blue in the face. That elevator won't come!"
  1384. "That would be vandalism!"
  1385. "These sticky, dirty buttons once called the elevator."
  1386. "I have no use for it."
  1387. "Nice artwork."
  1388. "Now I could use a cool oven like that. My microwave has never worked properly."
  1389. "That would look cool in my kitchen."
  1390. "I could use one of them right now."
  1391. "Nice design. Bet it's comfy too."
  1392. "Whoah! No way! Get serious!"
  1393. "\"For an electrifying evening in front of the TV..\" What? This is a joke, right? They can't make electric chairs?"
  1394. "I could make a nice tablecloth out of one! Or a quilt?"
  1395. "I can't reach them."
  1396. "Wow! They really give the place some presence. Who'd believe this could be a humble factory?!"
  1397. "It's a door. Exciting!"
  1398. "It's locked."
  1399. "\"Private\" I wonder what's through here..."
  1400. "This door must lead somewhere interesting."
  1401. "The door to the car park. It's cold out there."
  1402. "I can't reach them up there!"
  1403. "I would if I had arms thirty feet long!"
  1404. "Nice plants. How do they water them up there? A hose?"
  1405. "Perhaps I could put a stupid message on it, like \"Kent wuz ere\"?"
  1406. "I don't think so!"
  1407. "I love these things. I've always wanted one outside my apartment. It could tell the Norm's where to go!"
  1408. "There's not much I can do with it. I'm not a lighting technician."
  1409. "I don't really want it."
  1410. "What a dainty little light. Fits in well with those bedding plants."
  1411. "Yes, I could use a woman like that!"
  1412. "I'd pick her up any day!"
  1413. "This poster seems out of place amongst the high tech wizardry in this room."
  1414. "BLECHH! This stuff is totally disgusting! I think the only person this could refresh would have to have spent the last 20 years of his life dedicated to eating nothing but dry crackers!"
  1415. "These cups are terrible. As soon as you pick it up it goes all squashy and leaks water down your arm."
  1416. " It's luke warm and smells of plastic."
  1417. "Hmmmm... Getting to that chute could be a way into the dumpster."
  1418. "A conveyer belt is dumping trash into those dumpsters."
  1419. "It's locked!"
  1420. "Could I sneak in through here?"
  1421. "It's locked!"
  1422. "I wonder if I can get in through here?"
  1423. "I guess I'd better go inside."
  1424. "If I turned that fan on, I'd be blown clear across the city!"
  1425. "WOW! I'd have plenty of fresh air if I installed one of those in my apartment!"
  1426. "I don't agree with drinking from dubious containers!"
  1427. "No thanks."
  1428. "Looks like a fuel can to me."
  1429. "I could sneak in... except it's bricked up! Are you blind... or stupid?!"
  1430. "Unfortunately it's bricked up."
  1431. "I guess I could read it."
  1432. "Nah!"
  1433. "It's straight to the point, isn't it? If I had a vehicle I wouldn't park it here, even if all the spaces were empty!"
  1434. "What would I do with it?"
  1435. "What for?"
  1436. "Well, I'm not a salesman, so I guess I don't need an appointment."
  1437. "What on earth do I do with a dumpster? Sleep in it?"
  1438. "A hernia is not my idea of a good day out!"
  1439. "This must be the dumpster referred to in that strange note. I can't see any way in! There are some foot prints in the mud near the base, but they disappear when they hit the wall. Maybe someone is having a little joke with me, someone with a shoe on a stick!"
  1440. "It's mine!"
  1441. "The famous remains of some furniture. Don't see what the fuss is all about!"
  1442. "I can't use the case, and I can't get to that debris inside."
  1443. "Oh no, it's alarmed!"
  1444. "Judging by all those winking lights, I'd say that there is an alarm on this case. \"Touch this and die!\" Charming!"
  1445. "There's no point. I've got that ruined chair now!"
  1446. "What for? It's empty."
  1447. "That was a cool idea of mine to get that broken chair out!"
  1448. "It's on already!"
  1449. "This thing's useless! I might need that current receiver though."
  1450. "Nice little radio. The tuning knob's missing though. Looks like it's opera or nothing. It's using a current receiver, plugged into the back. Might be why it sounds terrible."
  1451. "It's no good without that current receiver."
  1452. "I don't want it."
  1453. "At least it's not playing opera anymore!"
  1454. "It's better not to break it. An alarm is bound to go off."
  1455. "\"In case of Snack Attack, break glass.\". Hmmmm."
  1456. "Blueprints are boring to me."
  1457. "It's not even remotely interesting to me."
  1458. "Looks like a blueprint for a chair. It says here, \"Our most successful product\". Well, I guess everyone needs chairs."
  1459. "I've no use for that. Besides, I have a swimming certificate of my own."
  1460. "No, I expect Tiddler needs that."
  1461. "It's Tiddlers certificate, showing him to be a member of the Testers Union."
  1462. "Ha! Love the width warning!"
  1463. "It's only the front cover, so I can't read the article."
  1464. "I don't need it, and I expect Tiddler does!"
  1465. "That's Tiddler! Wow, I bet he's proud to be featured in \"New Porker\" magazine!"
  1466. "I've no use for it."
  1467. "I can't steal Tiddler's pride and joy!"
  1468. "Tiddler's medal for winning the Neutropolis Eating Competition. Wow!"
  1469. "Even if I had the money, I don't think the needle would budge an inch under my weight."
  1470. "That must weigh a tonne! Kinda like the guys that use it, I bet."
  1471. "It's a weighing machine. The SMALLEST weight is 250 pounds!"
  1472. "I can't - it's all just painted on the wall!"
  1473. "I can't - it's painted on the wall."
  1474. "Wait a minute! All the furniture in this place is just painted on the walls!"
  1475. "I can read it?"
  1476. "It may be useful."
  1477. "What for?"
  1478. "Interesting idea. I could reuse it when I take a vacation. Oh I forgot, I've never had a vacation!"
  1479. "\"Wish you were here\""
  1480. "I don't have a use for it."
  1481. "No thanks."
  1482. "Strange! This postcard is back-to-front. I wonder if it's valuable? Rarity value and all that?"
  1483. "There's a big dent in this door."
  1484. "I've got two thanks."
  1485. "Some poor guy might need it."
  1486. "Now I've seen it all!"
  1487. "Ugh! No way am I using another guy's underwear!"
  1488. "I'm not touching them. I don't know where they've been. Well I do actually... and that's why I'm not going near them!"
  1489. "That's disgusting!"
  1490. "I wish I could draw as well as that!"
  1491. "No thanks."
  1492. "It's Mr. Greedy, the Test Department's mascot."
  1493. "I'm not sure I really want to know about changing room cubicles."
  1494. "Do I really want to go in there?"
  1495. "I hope no one's in these cubicles I'm snooping around in!"
  1496. "It won't open!"
  1497. "It's a toilet."
  1498. "I've seen enough doors to know what they are!"
  1499. "I can't reach it!"
  1500. "I can't reach it!"
  1501. "I think this turns off those grinders."
  1502. "Geez, this is heavy! I can just manage it!"
  1503. "Now that's one HUGE battery!"
  1504. "Messing around here could blackout the entire factory!"
  1505. "I wonder how big the electricity bill is for this place?"
  1506. "I can't manage my own life, let alone other peoples!"
  1507. "If I removed the roster, there could be chaos!"
  1508. "Some of these guys are scheduled for seven dinners a day!"
  1509. "I have no use for it."
  1510. "No, it serves as a useful warning to other folks."
  1511. "I had no intention of drinking green slime!"
  1512. "What for?"
  1513. "I'm not into pin-ups!"
  1514. "It's Smasher, one of the all-time top testers at the factory. WOW! My hero!"
  1515. "Oh yes, I eat lard every day!"
  1516. "No thanks."
  1517. "What a great advert for Lard. Such a cool food, much better and greasier than *FOOD*!"
  1518. "It won't budge."
  1519. "The kitchen is through here. Ah well, I suppose I'll have to wait to get a bite to eat."
  1520. "I can't be bothered."
  1521. "It looks like some tester has successfully destroyed a piece of furniture. Bravo! Bravo!"
  1522. "I've got better things to do."
  1523. "I can watch the factory machines at work from here. Fascinating. (Yawn!)"
  1524. "I really should get out of here before someone comes."
  1525. "Why does someone want to watch some dumpsters. What a bunch of garbage! Ha ha, get it?!"
  1526. "It won't open!"
  1527. "I could have a little snoop in here..."
  1528. "I can't figure out what it does! Any ideas?"
  1529. "Hmmm... Lots of switches and stuff to fool around with."
  1530. "What do I do with it?"
  1531. "I'm not peeling that off the wall!"
  1532. "I wouldn't describe this as paradise. Come to think of it, I've no idea what paradise is!"
  1533. "PStation"
  1534. "PSButton"
  1535. "Button"
  1536. "PSCoinslot"
  1537. "Slot"
  1538. "What can I insert in here?"
  1539. "How?"
  1540. "What goes in here?"
  1541. "Money will always come in handy. Now what can I use it for?"
  1542. "Yes, a coin will just roll in here nicely. There she goes..."
  1543. "PSCoinslot1"
  1544. "Coin Slot"
  1545. "I'm not putting any more money in there."
  1546. "How?"
  1547. "Corny - an electricity meter in a power station!"
  1548. "PSLights"
  1549. "Lights"
  1550. "What do I do with them?"
  1551. "How?"
  1552. "Flashing lights. Something exciting is going on!"
  1553. "PSStart"
  1554. "Button"
  1555. "Oh, nothing happened. What a let down!"
  1556. "Whoah! Action! WOW! We have power! All systems go!"
  1557. "PSWires"
  1558. "Wires"
  1559. "They're too tough to break into."
  1560. "They're stuck to the wall."
  1561. "These must be the Mood Wires, or whatever it was they were telling me?"
  1562. "PSBox"
  1563. "Control Box"
  1564. "It won't budge!"
  1565. -
  1566. "I bet there's something useful in here"
  1567. "PSVent"
  1568. "Air Vent"
  1569. "PSHole"
  1570. "Hole"
  1571. "I can't climb through it."
  1572. "How can you pick up a hole?!"
  1573. "What on earth made this hole? Look's like an explosion!"
  1574. "PSDoor"
  1575. "Door"
  1576. "Unfortunately, it's bricked up. No exit here."
  1577. "This is bricked up good and tight. I guess there's no way out."
  1578. "PSDanger"
  1579. "Control Box"
  1580. "I can't reach it from here."
  1581. "I can't reach it from here."
  1582. "This looks like an important control panel."
  1583. "Turbine"
  1584. "Cylinder"
  1585. "I don't want to touch that."
  1586. "Who do you think I am? Atlas?!"
  1587. "This must be some kind of turbine or generator."
  1588. "Turbine1"
  1589. "Turbine"
  1590. "Spanner"
  1591. "Spanner"
  1592. "PSBulb"
  1593. "Light Bulb"
  1594. "PSBolt"
  1595. "Energy Bolt"
  1596. "TeddyNWire"
  1597. "Hanging Teddy"
  1598. -
  1599. -
  1600. "Ah, the poor little thing. Someone's strung him up and left him to die!"
  1601. "Ah! I'll let him down. Anyway, this wire may come in handy later."
  1602. "Teddy"
  1603. "Teddy"
  1604. "Wire"
  1605. "Coil of wire"
  1606. "PSMainBox"
  1607. "Control Box"
  1608. "PSCircuit"
  1609. "Circuit Board"
  1610. "PSBulb1"
  1611. "Light Bulb"
  1612. "PSBulbPin"
  1613. "Bulb Pins"
  1614. "I don't really know what to do with it."
  1615. "OK, I can unscrew it. Ow! It's hot!"
  1616. "A common or garden light bulb."
  1617. -
  1618. "Aha! A control box. Let's take a look."
  1619. "It's a piece of wire."
  1620. "Nah, I really need to connect the other end to a power source to get this baby working."
  1621. "OK, the wire's firmly attached. Now I need to connect it to a power source. Shouldn't be difficult in a power station!"
  1622. "What good would that do? I need to connect the other end of the wire to something else!"
  1623. "Great, now to connect the other end to something... This socket should do."
  1624. "I don't think that would do any good!"
  1625. "It's working now. I'll leave it alone."
  1626. "I'm not picking that up whilst it's spinning around like a dervish!"
  1627. "Yup, it's definitely a turbine."
  1628. "Excellent! The circuit board has power now, and my work is nearly done!"
  1629. "Short circuiting that was easy!"
  1630. "I just can't figure that out!"
  1631. "PSCircuit1"
  1632. "Circuit Board"
  1633. "I've done all that, but there's something that still needs to be done. I think it needs power."
  1634. "That wouldn't help!"
  1635. "The wires are crossed now, but that circuit looks dead."
  1636. "Loft"
  1637. "LoftHatch"
  1638. "Hatch"
  1639. "LoftPicture"
  1640. "Picture"
  1641. "OldTV"
  1642. "TV Set"
  1643. "This is far too ancient to actually work!"
  1644. "What, this cumbersome thing? I bet it weighs a ton!"
  1645. "I think this is a really ancient TV set. Wow! Weren't they primitive in those days?"
  1646. "LoftLamp"
  1647. "Ornament"
  1648. "LoftBoxes"
  1649. "Boxes"
  1650. "LoftCrate"
  1651. "Crate"
  1652. "I'm not planning on moving house yet."
  1653. "No thanks."
  1654. "Well, I guess every attic has to have a crate!"
  1655. "LoftLights"
  1656. "Strange Lights"
  1657. "Mallet"
  1658. "Mallet"
  1659. "Uh-huh! I don't want to cause any damage!"
  1660. "LoftSlats"
  1661. "Wooden Slats"
  1662. "Music Volume"
  1663. "SFX Volume"
  1664. "Speech Volume"
  1665. "Text Speed"
  1666. "Gamma Correction"
  1667. "Auto Game Save"
  1668. "Screen Saver"
  1669. "Graphic Detail"
  1670. "Hi-Res"
  1671. "Lo-Res"
  1672. "Med-Res"
  1673. "Dialogue"
  1674. "Speech"
  1675. "Text"
  1676. "Both"
  1677. "Screen Resolution"
  1678. "Object Names"
  1679. "On"
  1680. "Off"
  1681. "NORMALITY - OPTIONS"
  1682. "Play"
  1683. "Quit to DOS"
  1684. "Help"
  1685. "Load Game"
  1686. "Save Game"
  1687. "SAVE GAME"
  1688. "LOAD GAME"
  1689. "SVGA"
  1690. "VGA"
  1691. "Use the slider to alter the volume of in-game music."
  1692. "Use the slider to alter the volume of in-game sound effects."
  1693. "Use the slider to alter the volume of in-game speech."
  1694. "The larger you set this value (using the slider), the quicker messages will scroll, (i.e., the quicker you must read them). If set to zero, you will have to click through every message."
  1695. "Increase the brightness of the display if the graphics are too dark to see."
  1696. "The number of minutes after which your game-state will automatically be saved. You can load it from the Load Game Screen. If set to OFF, there will be NO Autosave."
  1697. "The number of minutes of no interaction after which the screensaver will engage. If set to OFF, the screensaver will never engage."
  1698. "Hi-res : Hi-res in game.\13\
  1699. Lo-res : Lo-res in game. (quicker)\13\
  1700. "
  1701. "Speech : Speech and no text.\13\
  1702. Text : Text and no speech.\13\
  1703. Both : Speech and text."
  1704. "All auxiliary screens (like this one), and cut-scene animation will be shown in either SVGA hi-res (640 x 400) or VGA (320 x 400)."
  1705. "If set to OFF, all objects that can be manipulated in the game will NOT be identified when the mouse moves over them. This makes the game much more difficult."
  1706. "StreetA"
  1707. "StreetB"
  1708. "TruckArea"
  1709. "StairLower"
  1710. "StreetBack"
  1711. "TVShopFront"
  1712. "Hydrant"
  1713. "Fire Hydrant"
  1714. "StreetTrash"
  1715. "Trash"
  1716. "TrafficLight"
  1717. "Traffic Signal"
  1718. "StreetBusStop"
  1719. "Bus Stop"
  1720. "WheelyBin"
  1721. "Wheely Bin"
  1722. "StoneBall"
  1723. "Stone Ball"
  1724. "FaceTree"
  1725. "Gnarled Tree"
  1726. "StreetTurd"
  1727. "Turd"
  1728. "NewsDoor"
  1729. "Newsagent Door"
  1730. "It's locked."
  1731. "I've never seen this store open. Manjana, Manjana..."
  1732. "NewsSign"
  1733. "Ad Board"
  1734. "I'm not interested."
  1735. "I don't want it."
  1736. "Nothing new here! Call that news?"
  1737. "TVsInWindow"
  1738. "TV Sets"
  1739. "ParkGates"
  1740. "Gates"
  1741. "DiscoDoor1"
  1742. "Door"
  1743. "DiscoDoor"
  1744. "Club Doors"
  1745. "They're boarded up."
  1746. "I can't do that."
  1747. "I remember this club being open, until 'Our Glorious Leader' closed it after a week."
  1748. "RomancePoster"
  1749. "Film Poster"
  1750. "CobblersPoter"
  1751. "Film Poster"
  1752. "What use is it?"
  1753. "I don't want it... really."
  1754. "This looks more like my type of film... blood and guts and... boots!"
  1755. "CinemaDoors"
  1756. "Cinema Doors"
  1757. "They're shut. Just like everything else in this street!"
  1758. "This cinema's been closed all my life. Ah well... sigh!"
  1759. "TimPoster"
  1760. "Film Poster"
  1761. "I don't collect posters."
  1762. "I don't want it."
  1763. "I enjoy a good cartoon."
  1764. "PeterPoster"
  1765. "Film Poster"
  1766. "Yawn! Nope."
  1767. "I'd rather have a kick in the teeth!"
  1768. "I HATE pantomime! So childish!"
  1769. "RoadBlock"
  1770. "Road Block"
  1771. "Beacon"
  1772. "Beacon"
  1773. "ApptDoor"
  1774. "Door"
  1775. "This leads to my apartment."
  1776. "StoreDoor"
  1777. "Hardware Store Door"
  1778. "It's closed."
  1779. "There's some cool gear in this shop, unfortunately it closed down last month."
  1780. "I don't want to wander off and get lost."
  1781. "When a Norm says 'Keep out', he means it! I'll stay this side of the barrier."
  1782. "TVShopDoor"
  1783. "TV Shop Door"
  1784. "PowerDoor"
  1785. "Door"
  1786. "PowerWindow"
  1787. "Broken Grille"
  1788. "Truck"
  1789. "Truck"
  1790. "It's bricked up very firmly."
  1791. "Somebody told me there's an old Power Sub-Station in there."
  1792. "TVShopDoor1"
  1793. "Door"
  1794. -
  1795. "The shop's open now."
  1796. "TVTrucks"
  1797. "TV"
  1798. "TVTV"
  1799. "TV"
  1800. "TVSalesman"
  1801. "TVCupboard"
  1802. "Cupboards"
  1803. "TVPieTV"
  1804. "Poster"
  1805. "TVTill"
  1806. "Cash Till"
  1807. "Nah! Theft is morally wrong!"
  1808. "Nah! Theft is morally wrong!"
  1809. "Probably empty. He doesn't seem to have many customers. Well,,, none at all really."
  1810. "TVBits"
  1811. "Accessories"
  1812. "TVHatch"
  1813. "Hatch"
  1814. "I'm not tall enough to reach it."
  1815. "This could lead somewhere useful. Trouble is, I can't reach it!"
  1816. "TVBackDoor"
  1817. "Back Door"
  1818. "I have no use for satellite TV whatsoever!"
  1819. "Uh-huh!"
  1820. "They're doing a large promotion on 'Pie TV' right now."
  1821. "Sssshhh! I'm watching this!"
  1822. "TV Salesman"
  1823. "I wonder what's through there? Maybe a way to reach that substation?"
  1824. "What do you think you're doing?!"
  1825. "TVPortable"
  1826. "Micro-TV"
  1827. "I can't change channels. It needs a remote."
  1828. "That's a mighty small TV. I don't really need one, but it seems like a good bargain."
  1829. "I don't need another TV."
  1830. "I'll resist the temptation to be nosy... for a while at least!"
  1831. "I wonder what's in here...?"
  1832. "Hello"
  1833. "Bye Then"
  1834. "Start Now"
  1835. "This fat old guy seems to watch TV all day. I guess he's in the right job."
  1836. "TVBox"
  1837. "Cardboard Box"
  1838. "I can't reach it whilst this guy's around."
  1839. "I can't with that guy in the way."
  1840. "I wonder what's inside?"
  1841. "TVBox1"
  1842. "Cardboard Box"
  1843. "TVBox2"
  1844. "Empty Box"
  1845. "I can reach that hatch now!"
  1846. "Down we go..."
  1847. "I'll leave it closed. It's safer that way."
  1848. "That's the hatch that I came up through."
  1849. "Nah! I can use it to reach that hatch now."
  1850. "It's empty, but makes a good step."
  1851. "I don't think I'd better touch them with that important-looking man watching."
  1852. "I don't think I'd better touch them with that important-looking man watching."
  1853. "They look like boring paperwork to me."
  1854. "Papers4"
  1855. "Paperwork"
  1856. "TVBusStop"
  1857. "Bus Stop"
  1858. "EditComputer"
  1859. "Computer"
  1860. "Uh-huh. This looks too important!"
  1861. "This looks like a real sophisticated piece of equipment. It's a fully automated broadcast console. It makes sure stuff happens when it's supposed to."
  1862. "VTA"
  1863. "VT Machine"
  1864. "There's a tape locked inside it."
  1865. "What if it's alarmed?"
  1866. "Hmmm... this baby seems to have its mouth full with a tape. There's a big label with 'VT 1' on it."
  1867. "VTB"
  1868. "VT Machine"
  1869. "VTB1"
  1870. "Loaded VT Machine"
  1871. "This baby works through software control."
  1872. "No."
  1873. "Well, I've got Brian's tape inside. Now I need to play it."
  1874. "There's already a tape inside."
  1875. "RatPuppet"
  1876. "Puppet"
  1877. "Fits like a glove. It's definitely meant to be a rat... I think."
  1878. "Seems a reasonable notion."
  1879. "RatInBox"
  1880. "Rat in a Box"
  1881. "engineer"
  1882. "Computer Engineer"
  1883. "Hey, stop staring at me! I'm not into guys! You're putting me off my work, weirdo!"
  1884. "Hey, get away from me, or I'll call a Norm! Do you want the shirt off my back or something? Scram!"
  1885. "HEEEY!! Handy tip! Plastic cards are just right to scrape dried up gunk off the wall."
  1886. "AccessCard1"
  1887. "Access Card"
  1888. "What with?"
  1889. "I'll slap it right here on his shirt..."
  1890. "The card's covered in a whole lot of gloopy beans!"
  1891. "DirtyShirt"
  1892. "Dirty Shirt"
  1893. -
  1894. "Barf, looks like this guy just took a bullet! I'll throw it and keep the badge."
  1895. "IDBadge"
  1896. "ID Badge"
  1897. "I don't think I could. It's got the owners photo on."
  1898. "There's a name: Ben Holen Eliott. 'Holen', that's a funny name!"
  1899. "TVN EDITING SUITE BROADCAST CONTROL\13\
  1900. \13\
  1901. STATUS:\13\
  1902. \13\
  1903. AUTOMATED BROADCAST\13\
  1904. AUTOCUE ENGAGED\13\
  1905. VT MACHINES ON-LINE\13\
  1906. NETWORK CONNECTION VALID\13\
  1907. TRANSMISSION MODE: LIVE"
  1908. "ENTER PASSWORD : "
  1909. "*** LOGIN INCORRECT ***\13\
  1910. *** PASSWORD NOT RECOGNISED ***\13\
  1911. \13\
  1912. AUTOMATED BROADCAST CONTINUES"
  1913. "PASSWORD LOGIN ACCEPTED"
  1914. "TVN EDITING SUITE BROADCAST LOG\13\
  1915. \13\
  1916. INIT SYSTEMS\13\
  1917. SELECT CAMERA 1\13\
  1918. LOAD VT1\13\
  1919. RUN VT1\13\
  1920. AUTOCUE ON\13\
  1921. UNLOAD VT2\13\
  1922. UNLOAD VT1\13\
  1923. LOAD VT2\13\
  1924. RUN VT2"
  1925. "ENTER COMMAND : "
  1926. "VT1 TAPE LOCK ENGAGED"
  1927. "VT2 EMPTY - INSERT TAPE"
  1928. "VT2 TAPE LOCK ENGAGED"
  1929. "VT2 LOADED AND TAPE LOCK ENGAGED"
  1930. "RUNNING TAPE FROM VT2..."
  1931. "COMMAND IGNORED"
  1932. "MallOutside"
  1933. "MallEntry"
  1934. "MallPlaza"
  1935. "MallLeft"
  1936. "MallRight"
  1937. "MallUpstairs"
  1938. "MallThrifty"
  1939. "MallCave"
  1940. "MallDisco"
  1941. "MallStash"
  1942. "Do I dare touch it? Argh! I didn't touch it, honest! I'm sorry, oh great machine! Please don't suck me in and fax me to oblivion!"
  1943. "No thanks. It might bite. It looks positively user-hostile!"
  1944. "Good grief! I think it's a fax machine but it may be some complex artificially intelligent photocopier. Jeez! Take me to your leader!"
  1945. "I can just reach it."
  1946. "Titanium-tipped for a longer life!"
  1947. "Mall BusStop"
  1948. "Bus Stop"
  1949. "MallTree"
  1950. "Dead Tree"
  1951. "I haven't got the time for climbing."
  1952. "I probably could in this swampy ground, but I won't."
  1953. "Very little seems to live around here."
  1954. "MallPuddle"
  1955. "Trolley"
  1956. "I won't bother, thanks."
  1957. "It's stuck fast."
  1958. "What a sorry-looking thing."
  1959. "MallTrolley"
  1960. "Trolley"
  1961. "Whelk"
  1962. "Welcome Sign"
  1963. "I can't reach it."
  1964. "I can't reach it."
  1965. "This is their idea of a welcome?"
  1966. "MallMainDoors"
  1967. "Large Doors"
  1968. "The main entrance to the Mall."
  1969. "That's a rough area of town to go wandering around in!"
  1970. "CrazyDoor"
  1971. "Door"
  1972. "ToysDoor"
  1973. "Door"
  1974. "HairDoor"
  1975. "Door"
  1976. "It's locked."
  1977. "There's not much business for hair stylists, since *FOOD* has an automatic hair trimmer ingredient in it!"
  1978. "StashDoor"
  1979. "Boards"
  1980. "MallDoors1"
  1981. "Large Doors"
  1982. "MallPalm"
  1983. "Palm Tree"
  1984. "Waffle"
  1985. "Waffle Statue"
  1986. "Looks very nice. Can't think of a use for it though."
  1987. "I don't want it even if I could. \"It's for the people\"... or something like that."
  1988. "This is a big sculpture. It must be the one I've got to paint. It would definitely benefit from a lick of yellow."
  1989. "MallElev"
  1990. "Elevator"
  1991. "DiscoLaLaDoor"
  1992. "Door"
  1993. "At least these doors are open."
  1994. "DiscoSign"
  1995. "Disco La La"
  1996. "I can find Brian in here."
  1997. "I can't reach."
  1998. "This is where Brian Deluge sells CD's from."
  1999. "MallDummy"
  2000. "Doors"
  2001. "They're locked from the other side."
  2002. "I think they lead deeper into the mall."
  2003. "MallFish"
  2004. "Timid Fish"
  2005. "CaveSign"
  2006. "Cave of Comestibles."
  2007. "What does this place sell?"
  2008. -
  2009. "What's a \"comestible\"?"
  2010. "CaveDoor"
  2011. "Doors"
  2012. "These doors feel very cold."
  2013. "MallNewsDoor"
  2014. "Door"
  2015. "Dazzle"
  2016. "Dazzle Magazine"
  2017. "I'd read it if I could reach it."
  2018. "I can't reach it."
  2019. "I used to read Dazzle all the time. Great articles, candid pictures."
  2020. "CardDoor"
  2021. "Shutter"
  2022. "MallElev1"
  2023. "Elevator"
  2024. "The doors won't open."
  2025. -
  2026. "The elevator to the ground floor."
  2027. "MallElevButtons"
  2028. "Buttons"
  2029. "ThriftyTill"
  2030. "Cash Till"
  2031. "ThriftyRug"
  2032. "Carpet"
  2033. "I can't be bothered to unravel it."
  2034. "It's very heavy."
  2035. "I wonder if it's a magic carpet!"
  2036. "FrankInBox"
  2037. "Frank-in-the-box"
  2038. "I don't have time to play with toys!"
  2039. "I don't want the thing."
  2040. "AAAGH!! Ugh, that thing's scary!"
  2041. "ShroomMobile"
  2042. "Mushroom Mobile"
  2043. "RubicCube"
  2044. "Rubic Cube"
  2045. "I never could do those wretched things! Stupid waste of time!"
  2046. "No thanks."
  2047. "I'd like to get my hands on that infernal Doctor Rubic. I bet he's in league with Paul Nystalux!"
  2048. "Kazoo"
  2049. "Kazoo"
  2050. "Got it."
  2051. "Cheesy rubber hand puppet. They are either meant to be rats or little horses. It's quite hard to tell, the craftsmanship is a little, er... ambiguous."
  2052. "Dracula"
  2053. "Dracula Puppet"
  2054. "I'd love to play, but we've got more important tasks ahead.. right?"
  2055. "I can't reach."
  2056. "This is really cool! Like, real scary!"
  2057. "TotemPole"
  2058. "Totem Pole"
  2059. "No thanks."
  2060. "That's a boring chair. Must be an early prototype."
  2061. "CCTV"
  2062. "Camera"
  2063. "I can't."
  2064. "I can't reach."
  2065. "Hmmm.... Ever get the feeling you're being watched?"
  2066. "SharkToy"
  2067. "Shark Toy"
  2068. "WindupCone"
  2069. "Cone Toy"
  2070. "RonAd"
  2071. "\"Rugged Ron\" Toy"
  2072. "FreezerDoor"
  2073. "Door"
  2074. "It's iced shut."
  2075. "I think this leads into the freezer. I don't want to go in there."
  2076. "CaveTill"
  2077. "Cash Till"
  2078. "I'm not a checkout girl! Sorry... checkout PERSON!"
  2079. "No thanks. That guy might spot me!"
  2080. "Very nice... as till's go!"
  2081. "CaveBasket"
  2082. "Baskets"
  2083. "CaveFood"
  2084. "Frozen *FOOD*"
  2085. "CaveFood1"
  2086. "More Frozen *FOOD*"
  2087. "FrozenMeat"
  2088. "Even More Frozen *FOOD*"
  2089. "CaveDoor1"
  2090. "Doors"
  2091. "These lead back to the mall."
  2092. "DummyTopic"
  2093. "Dummy Topic 2"
  2094. "Start"
  2095. "You want to buy that?"
  2096. "Just have a play around yourself. Feel free. But if you break it, you pay for it!"
  2097. "Maybe. Can you give me a demo?"
  2098. "Thanks!"
  2099. "FlatBottomDoor"
  2100. "Door"
  2101. "Hello"
  2102. "Hello. Nice day."
  2103. "It's a terrible day!"
  2104. "Oh. Just trying to be friendly."
  2105. "Well go and be friendly somewhere else."
  2106. "Bye Bye"
  2107. "I may be back later. Don't hold your breath."
  2108. "Hmph..."
  2109. "Out into the wilds of the city we go..."
  2110. "Ah, go right through Mr. Zontal."
  2111. "JUNK"
  2112. "Why are you stood here?"
  2113. "JUNK"
  2114. "JUNK"
  2115. "JUNK"
  2116. "JUNK"
  2117. "JUNK"
  2118. "JUNK"
  2119. "JUNK"
  2120. "Street"
  2121. "Can I buy a TV?"
  2122. "Can I buy one of your TV's please?"
  2123. "If you must."
  2124. "You don't seem very motivated, considering it's your job."
  2125. "What's that got to do with it?"
  2126. "A pleasant sales manner makes a happy customer."
  2127. "Why do I care about happy customers?"
  2128. "So they'll come into your dumb shop again."
  2129. "No one every buys a second TV."
  2130. "Suit yourself. Are you going to sell me one or not?"
  2131. "Only if you show me your cash."
  2132. "Ah!"
  2133. "Inspection"
  2134. "I need to inspect your premises."
  2135. "What for? That's the stupidest thing I've ever heard."
  2136. "You might have, er... Wire Rats."
  2137. "Say what?"
  2138. "Wire Rats. They're deadly you know. They chew cables. If one of them took a liking to your shop, before you knew it all these TV's could be useless."
  2139. "They're pretty useless now. Go away and let me watch TV."
  2140. "Do you have a remote?"
  2141. "Do you have a remote for this TV, so I can try it out?"
  2142. "Why? It works. Can't you see that?"
  2143. "But I want to try the other channels."
  2144. "What for? Oh, never mind, wait here, I'll go and find it..."
  2145. "Sorry I can't find that remote."
  2146. "What do you think you're doing? Go home and watch TV! Be Normal!"
  2147. "TVKey"
  2148. "Key"
  2149. "Easy."
  2150. "A small key."
  2151. "That doesn't seem to work."
  2152. "I'm locking that guy in there, and not letting him out again!"
  2153. "No, I think it might be useful to leave that guy in there."
  2154. "Start"
  2155. "YOU!! What are you doing?"
  2156. "I need to get into the building. I have an im..."
  2157. "I don't recognise your facial furniture boy! AND I don't see a badge!"
  2158. "I'm new and I don't have a badge. But I have a very important t..."
  2159. "If I had a brick for every time I heard that, I'd be able to build a wall so high I wouldn't have to talk to your sort. Leave while you still can."
  2160. "Start 2"
  2161. "Forgotten something? Thought of an amazing line of persuasive argument?"
  2162. "I have a badge"
  2163. "I have a badge. I forgot to mention it when I first arrived because of your attitude problem."
  2164. "The only attitude problem I have is with vermin like you. Get lost kid, otherwise I'll take you somewhere you'll never find your way back from."
  2165. "Please let me in!"
  2166. "Please let me in! You'll get into trouble with your superiors."
  2167. "I don't really think so, boy. Guys upstairs employ me for my imposing presence. And the only presents you'll be getting are attached to the end of my legs! You little RAT!"
  2168. "This is extremely poor."
  2169. "This sucks! Let me in right now!"
  2170. "OK, in you go. OOPS, there I go telling enormous lies again. Didn't you smell a RAT? Now get lost while you still can."
  2171. "Bye"
  2172. "Bye"
  2173. "Hello"
  2174. "JUNK"
  2175. "JUNK"
  2176. "I'll be off then."
  2177. "JUNK"
  2178. "JUNK"
  2179. "JUNK"
  2180. "Can I get inside?"
  2181. "JUNK"
  2182. "JUNK"
  2183. "JUNK"
  2184. "JUNK"
  2185. "JUNK"
  2186. "JUNK"
  2187. "Rats"
  2188. "JUNK"
  2189. "JUNK"
  2190. "JUNK"
  2191. "JUNK"
  2192. "Real Rat"
  2193. "JUNK"
  2194. "JUNK"
  2195. "Horse"
  2196. "JUNK"
  2197. "JUNK"
  2198. "JUNK"
  2199. "JUNK"
  2200. "Got the sneaky thing!"
  2201. "The little rat's trapped in there. He looks a little angry."
  2202. "I'm not letting him escape yet."
  2203. "Start"
  2204. "Bye"
  2205. "I bought you a gift to make up for all the aggravation I caused earlier."
  2206. "Why, Cheers Son! It's nice to know that a surly, unpersonable and downright rude attitude is appreciated by the younger generation. Thank you."
  2207. "Scareymongeroos!!! It's a big fat RAT! I'm outta here! Momma, I'll wear the dress...!"
  2208. "I love success. It can transform a mediocre day into a golden-edged memory to pass on to subsequent generations."
  2209. "And that's coming on the 5th of the month. Over to Barbara..."
  2210. "Now good news for all the friends of Paul in the city..."
  2211. "That's me, heh ha!"
  2212. "Paul is throwing a huge party at the Saul Nytalux Memorial Stadium, to bring joy to the people, and remember the terrible circumstances of his death."
  2213. "Yeah, where were you the day Saul exploded?"
  2214. "I'm sure you all remember this news cast that went out on that fateful day...?"
  2215. "Yeah, let's take a look at that now..."
  2216. "Excuse me"
  2217. "Excuse me for interrupting..."
  2218. "Who are you?"
  2219. "Who are you?"
  2220. "What's it to you? Go away, I'm working and I'm far too clever to waste time talking to you."
  2221. "What are you doing?"
  2222. "What are you doing?"
  2223. "What does it look like?! I'm mending this computer. What of it?"
  2224. "Nothing... I guess."
  2225. "Password"
  2226. "Hi, I'm a little stuck up in the control room. Can you tell me the password for the Edit Computer?"
  2227. "Get real! I can't divulge that information."
  2228. "Why not?"
  2229. "I am solely responsible for what is broadcast. If I were to give it out, all sorts of subversive material could be aired. I'd be in deep."
  2230. "Subversive"
  2231. "I'm no subversive! Where do you keep the password?"
  2232. "I keep it very close to my heart. You might not be subversive but you sure look weird. I'm sorry, but I can't tell you the password."
  2233. "I'm weird?!"
  2234. "You're not much help"
  2235. "You're not much help are you?"
  2236. "That's not my job. Now leave me alone."
  2237. "FacBusStop"
  2238. "Bus Stop"
  2239. "Start No Shirt"
  2240. "Hey, my name's Harry Zontal. I've seen a few ads for a job in the Test Department here. It seems like the dream ticket I've been waiting for! Could you send Mr. Brinkler to see me please?"
  2241. "I'm sorry to be, er... personal, Mr, er... Zontal, but you seem to be a little on the slim side. I must refuse your application on behalf of Mr. Brinkler. Thank you for your, er... time and interest."
  2242. "Start With Shirt"
  2243. "Hi, I'm interested in the job of furniture testing. Could you arrange an interview for me? Mr. Brinkler is the name I've been given."
  2244. "You look a little, how can I put this, slim. Our testers pride themselves on their corpulence. I'm not sure you would fit in."
  2245. "My T-Shirt"
  2246. "T-Shirt"
  2247. "Can you not read, Ms.? My T-Shirt proclaims in loud and garish letters the nature of my stature."
  2248. "I think perhaps you are trying to unsettle me from my precarious perch on the highest twigs of sanity. Your T-Shirt bears no message at all. Good day."
  2249. "Ah, yes, that will do nicely. One cannot argue with the written word. \"I am Fat\". Indeed you are. I'll page Mr. Brinkler right away."
  2250. "Mr. Brinkler, there is an interviewee to see you."
  2251. "Show him through then."
  2252. "Please go through to the Plush-Rest Hospitality Niche. Make yourself comfortable. Mr. Brinkler will be along presently."
  2253. "Bye"
  2254. "Can you read, Ms. My T-Shirt proclaims in large and garish letters the nature of my stature."
  2255. "Can you read, Ms.? My T-Shirt proclaims in large and garish letters the nature of my stature."
  2256. "Bye"
  2257. "Go straight through Mr. Zontal."
  2258. "I can't see her properly from down here, but she looks very nervous. One quick move from me and she'd probably run a mile!"
  2259. "Application"
  2260. "Er... I like to use furniture on a daily basis. I've always been interested in its construction, and its, er... components."
  2261. "Well, we here at the Test Department are more interested in its DE-construction, if you get my drift? Don't worry about the components though."
  2262. "Components"
  2263. "Why have we no need to worry about the components, Mr. B... Tiddler?"
  2264. "Well we have what we call Waste Engineers employed here, at Paul Nystalux's own expense, mind you; to make sure that the place is always kept spotless. They don't seem to like anyone messing about with broken furniture."
  2265. "Norm Trooper Army"
  2266. "So they are Norms? Something very fishy is going on around here!"
  2267. "No, Son. You came here to destruct test furniture. If its fish you want, try the M.I.N.T. Mall. I hear they're having a sale at the moment."
  2268. "Gizmo1"
  2269. "Gizmo"
  2270. "dummy 2 - do not delete"
  2271. "JUNK"
  2272. "JUNK"
  2273. "Dummy - do not delete"
  2274. "Leader Paul"
  2275. "Why would Paul, our, er... glorious leader be interested in a furniture factory? Especially the handling of waste?"
  2276. "I don't know. I never really thought about that. All I know is that since the day when his brother died, Paul has been interested in furniture. That's when he took over the company's affairs."
  2277. "Strike"
  2278. "What are you on strike for?"
  2279. "They plan to replace us with machines. Apparently they have something to hide. Something to do with a gadjet one of our guys found in a chair."
  2280. "Job"
  2281. "How come they want a new tester if they're going to replace everyone with droids?"
  2282. "Well it was advertised before this happened, wasn't it? We've been a body short for some time."
  2283. "Gadjet"
  2284. "What sort of gadjet?"
  2285. "A timing gadjet, or something. Collected information relating to how long people sat on their sofas for. They reckon its sensitive, so they are gonna replace us all with more precise droids."
  2286. "Breaking things"
  2287. "So there's no debris around the place? No one's breaking anything?"
  2288. "Nope. The only debris is that in Tiddler's office. He's real proud of that."
  2289. "Bye"
  2290. "I'll be on my way then. Cheer up. It might never happen."
  2291. "Actually, I think it already is!"
  2292. "GrindScreen"
  2293. "Video Screen"
  2294. "It's already on. I think I'll leave it like that."
  2295. -
  2296. "Looks like a view of the tops of the dumpsters outside. Probably to make sure they don't get blocked or too full."
  2297. "Start"
  2298. "Excuse me, Mr. Waste Engineer, Sir?"
  2299. "WHAT!?"
  2300. "I'm Off"
  2301. "I'll go back and test some furniture then."
  2302. "You do that."
  2303. "Grinders"
  2304. "Phew! These grinders sure look big. Why do you have to grind everything up?"
  2305. "Some very sensitive equipment is produced in this factory, boy. We do not wish the outside world to get a hold of that technology. It's all safely contained in those dumpsters you may have seen outside."
  2306. "So you grind it all up?"
  2307. "So we do, as you say, grind it all up."
  2308. "Dumpsters"
  2309. "How, totally hypothetically of course... how would I get into one of those dumpsters?"
  2310. "Well, hypothetically, I could put you through the grinders, which I will not because you are not allowed to touch them. But that is the only way... through them vicious blades and up the conveyer belt in bits."
  2311. "In Bits"
  2312. "Why would I have to go through in pieces? Is there no way of turning these machines off?"
  2313. "Of course there is fat boy, but not while I'm here."
  2314. "Your duties"
  2315. "So when do you leave your post?"
  2316. "I only leave to collect the debris, in order that the secret of the, er... equipment doesn't leak out."
  2317. "Debris"
  2318. "So you go out whenever there is some broken furniture lying around here?"
  2319. "Say, you're a fast learner, boy! You'll go a long way here provided you don't keep mentioning the syp..., the, er... equipment!"
  2320. "Sensitive Equipment"
  2321. "Would that be those gizmos hidden in the furniture?"
  2322. "May I ask how you came by that knowledge, citizen? That is highly sensitive information. We are here to STOP the people of the city discovering that!"
  2323. "Already am. It's covering a huge patch of mould."
  2324. "I think it's best left right there. My guests, if I ever have some, might not like what lies behind it."
  2325. "I wish I could be like him. He's so, er.... Rock and Roll."
  2326. "Right, got em.."
  2327. "How come any money I find in furniture always has sand stuck to it?"
  2328. "The folks downstairs are being a little quiet at the moment. It sounds like Operation 'Get Through Friday' is going smoothly and by the book."
  2329. "That would be silly!"
  2330. "This is just one of the heating ducts. I can see the apartment below."
  2331. "OK. I have it."
  2332. "It's an old T-shirt with \"I AM FAT\" on the front and \"HONEST, REALLY\" on the back"
  2333. " "
  2334. "OK, but if it pecks me, it's history!"
  2335. "A nodding bird toy, very popular in the 1970's."
  2336. -
  2337. "Buses aren't a bad form of transport. They get me from A to B."
  2338. -
  2339. "Buses stop at these... occasionally!"
  2340. "Oooh! A Waste Engineer! Spooky!"
  2341. "They're too heavy to budge!"
  2342. "I think that is highly unlikely."
  2343. "These are the gates from the original Plush-Rest factory. They're an antique! Wonderfully wrought!"
  2344. "I can't reach!"
  2345. "Get real!"
  2346. "Those are some serious flames! Looks like burnt toast is on the menu!"
  2347. "Now what on Earth do you expect me to do with a huge furnace, especially one that's in use?"
  2348. "I smell burning."
  2349. "What on earth do I do with a dumpster? Sleep in it?"
  2350. "A hernia is not my idea of a good day out!"
  2351. "I reckon that this is where all the scrap wood goes. I wonder how it all gets to the dumpster?"
  2352. "What on earth do I do with a dumpster? Sleep in it?"
  2353. "A hernia is not my idea of a good day out!"
  2354. "I guess this is where they put all of the old hinges and nails. All of this stuff gets dumped in the River Wan. No wonder fish is good for you, with all this iron in it."
  2355. "PRFDummy1"
  2356. "Door"
  2357. "FacConnectDoor"
  2358. "Door"
  2359. "I think this leads back to the main reception hall."
  2360. "There's no way to open it."
  2361. "I wonder where this leads?"
  2362. "FactoryBedUsed"
  2363. "Humming Bed"
  2364. "FactoryPlug"
  2365. "Plug"
  2366. "Got it. Strange little thing."
  2367. "I can use this to beam power to a Current receiver. Hi-tech stuff!"
  2368. "What can I do? I can't turn it off and much as I'd like to smash it, that would be anti-social!"
  2369. "Sure! That would be easy!"
  2370. "Well it's certainly large. I guess they're trying to impress me, but it hasn't worked!"
  2371. "It's February the 21st. Don't forget my birthday on the 27th!"
  2372. "No thanks."
  2373. "A poodle wearing blue sunglasses!"
  2374. "Sure!"
  2375. "Sure!"
  2376. "Sure!"
  2377. "What can I do with it?"
  2378. "It looks too heavy."
  2379. "Though it's a bit ambiguous, it's a picture of a cloudy sky."
  2380. "No touching. It's keeping all this cool equipment cool."
  2381. "I don't want it."
  2382. "A standard desktop fan."
  2383. "I'd rather not touch this! "
  2384. "No way! I'd hate to pay the electricity bill on this beast!"
  2385. "Whoa! All these gadgets and widgets and buttons and stuff. I'll have a deeper respect for TV in the future."
  2386. "I think I need to use the computer for this."
  2387. "No."
  2388. "This is 'VT 2'.There's no tape in this one."
  2389. "I can't get to it."
  2390. "I can't get to it."
  2391. "Hey, some camera! I could make great home movies with this."
  2392. "It might be fun to rearrange the scenery, but I'd better resist the urge!"
  2393. "That's just silly."
  2394. "What cheesy scenery! I could do better with my scissors and some toilet paper!"
  2395. "I can't get down there."
  2396. "With two people sitting on it? Yeah, GREAT idea!"
  2397. "I recognise that as a Plush-Rest Multi-Comfy Special, the ideal perch for all of the family."
  2398. "I can't get to it."
  2399. "Yeah, right!"
  2400. "A solid steel door. They sure are security conscious in here!"
  2401. "NO WAY! No way am I touching one of those coffee machines again! Not after what happened the last time!"
  2402. "I'd rather not."
  2403. "It's very ominous, but I'm sure it's just a coffee machine. Why do they always make them look so frightening?"
  2404. "He's a geeky computer guy. He has a dirty ID badge on his oh-so-clean shirt, but I can't make out what it says."
  2405. "I saw a magic trick using one of these, but I don't think I'll demonstrate!"
  2406. "I value my fingers too much for that!"
  2407. "Ouch! Those look lethal!"
  2408. "TesterAsleep"
  2409. "Tester"
  2410. "I'm not going to touch him."
  2411. "Not very likely is it?!"
  2412. "I think this guy's got the right idea: If you have a problem, sleep right through it."
  2413. "I have no use for it."
  2414. "What, this cheesy thing? My nodding-bird toy has far more class!"
  2415. "It's a model of the Statue of Liberty. A cheesy, unwanted gift, no doubt."
  2416. "I'd rather listen to Brian. My feeble efforts would sound like a bull in a china shop next to him!"
  2417. "Uh-huh! Brian wouldn't like it, I'm sure!"
  2418. "Gnarly drums! I wonder where the rest of them are?"
  2419. "I think I'll leave the music to Brian."
  2420. "Far too heavy! That's what Roadies are for."
  2421. "I've heard of underground music, but this is taking it too literally!"
  2422. "I think these would be over my head!"
  2423. "I'm not interested in reading right now."
  2424. "Look at these titles... ADVANCED PLASMIC CHEMISTRY, SPLITTING THE ATOM: A CONCISE GUIDE, ELECTROSTATICS AND MICROWAVE THEORY.... Wow!"
  2425. "I would love a dance, but time is short..."
  2426. "I'm too shy to date skeletons!"
  2427. "My Great Aunt Gertrude! My how thin she looks!"
  2428. "These are great. Put your hands like so..."
  2429. "I don't want to break it!"
  2430. "You can create weird lightning effects with these. Cheesy but fun."
  2431. "Let's see..."
  2432. "I wouldn't have any use for such sophisticated technology. I have enough trouble with my TV!"
  2433. "This is more my scene. I expect this is a satellite transmitter, or maybe a secret death ray!"
  2434. "Alas, there's no pizza left, and I don't fancy the crumbs."
  2435. "What, empty boxes. I would like a Pizza though if you want to order me one?"
  2436. "Just empty boxes with a few stale crumbs in."
  2437. "Yeah, I love to play on these things... but as usual, I have to work!"
  2438. "I don't want it right now."
  2439. "One of those hippie space hopper things. What a blast!!"
  2440. "FactoryWire"
  2441. "Bare Wire"
  2442. "I can't do anything except connect something to it, but what?"
  2443. "I can't. It's attached to the bed."
  2444. "Someone's ripped the plug of this wire."
  2445. "What a beauty! Mankind's greatest invention. No more messing about with wires. They're pretty expensive though, and I'm not convinced that they're entirely safe!"
  2446. "I have nothing to connect it to."
  2447. "If I have a power source, the bed will work now!"
  2448. "FactoryWire1"
  2449. "Current receiver"
  2450. "If I can provide a power source, this will feed power to the bed."
  2451. "No, I need it there to make the bed work."
  2452. "This receives power and ends it along the wire to the bed. Clever!"
  2453. "I can't carve anything that's intricate."
  2454. "Somehow I doubt it!"
  2455. "These show the more traditional side to the industry. Must have taken ages to carve, or are they plastic?"
  2456. "They say you can eat plants, but it's not my kind of diet!"
  2457. "It's impolite to go round picking people's flowers!"
  2458. "Very nice!. I could get to like working here."
  2459. "I haven't got the remote. Maybe it's down the side of that scary sofa."
  2460. "You have the craziest ideas sometimes!"
  2461. "The screen is merely a projection screen, and not all that hi-tech."
  2462. "I'd love to check it out, but I can't reach up there."
  2463. "It would be way too heavy!"
  2464. "Neat projection unit."
  2465. "I don't need flowers right now."
  2466. "Nah! Too much to carry around."
  2467. "A pot of petunias. The interior design in this room is faultless."
  2468. "FactoryBed2"
  2469. "Bed"
  2470. "No. I need it here to power the bed."
  2471. "I'll leave it here to power the bed."
  2472. "This contraption is beaming power all around me."
  2473. "SleepingNorm"
  2474. "Sleeping Waste Engineer"
  2475. "Nah, I don't want to wake him."
  2476. "I'll leave him to sleep."
  2477. "He's fast asleep now, and out of the way."
  2478. "I wouldn't know what to do with it!"
  2479. "I'm not into collecting junk."
  2480. "I wonder what this is? I don't have any idea."
  2481. "What could I do with it?"
  2482. "No thanks. It's so old, it would probably fall apart!"
  2483. "Hey! I think this is the TV Shop a long time ago."
  2484. "What on Earth could I do with this thing? It's exciting though."
  2485. "I wish I could. I could take it home and play with it."
  2486. "Weird! What is it? Has a UFO landed in my street? Are aliens hiding up here?!"
  2487. "I can't break through with my bare hands. If I had something heavier..."
  2488. "They won't budge."
  2489. "The plaster has fallen away here. It seems to be a way into the attic above the power station."
  2490. "Pedestrians don't need them."
  2491. "Just another icon for authority ordering our lives, telling us when we can go and when we can't!"
  2492. "I used to climb them as a kid. I can't be bothered now."
  2493. "Some say these trees are haunted! Whooooooo!!"
  2494. "I'd better not touch her ledgers and pens. She looks nervous enough as it is."
  2495. "I couldn't pick this up!"
  2496. "It's one of those pedestal-like desks."
  2497. "I suppose I could hide in one, if that salesman comes looking for me up here!"
  2498. "They're far too big to carry around. I might be tempted if they actually contained something of use."
  2499. "Empty boxes."
  2500. "I'd love to roll these down the street, like that Indiana Jones film!"
  2501. "I don't need them."
  2502. "Balls! Sorry... but that's what they are!"
  2503. "I don't collect film posters."
  2504. "I'd have to peel it off the wall, and I can't be bothered."
  2505. "Never saw this film. It looks too soppy and girly!"
  2506. "It's shut."
  2507. "I think this is the only shop in the street that's still doing business."
  2508. "There's no remote."
  2509. "I'm not stealing under that guy's nose!"
  2510. "There are some great TV's here, but they're not really my scene."
  2511. "I can't change channel. There doesn't seem to be a remote."
  2512. "I should have worn my jacket with the huge pockets!"
  2513. "'Monster Trucks' again. Isn't there anything else to watch?"
  2514. "Nah! I'm not one of those guys who collects gadgets and widgets and useless electronic stuff."
  2515. "I don't want any of those things... or at least I don't think so."
  2516. "Lots of mindless stuff to make watching TV more bearable. Sorry, I don't buy it!"
  2517. "It doesn't move."
  2518. "It's stuck to the wall!"
  2519. "No wonder it's stuffy in here. The fan's not working."
  2520. "I'd get fried!"
  2521. "I'm not touching that and getting fried!"
  2522. "This is one powerful turbine."
  2523. "I'm sick of TV."
  2524. "That would involve breaking the glass... and stealing."
  2525. "I've seen sad old men standing here watching these for hours."
  2526. "I think I'll stick to *FOOD*!"
  2527. "I'm not clearing that up. It's all caked on and hard!"
  2528. "Ah, the after-effects of a cooking accident. It ruined my white shirt too."
  2529. "It's locked up, closed."
  2530. "I bet the kid's are sad that their favourite toy store is dead! so am I, come to think of it."
  2531. "It's locked."
  2532. "There's a No-Entry sign on it. Still, that doesn't stop the roving Kent!"
  2533. "I'd better not or I'll scare the poor thing."
  2534. "It's set into the wall."
  2535. "That fish looks paranoid!"
  2536. "It doesn't look like the elevators work in here."
  2537. "I'd rather walk."
  2538. "I don't need one. I'm not buying anything."
  2539. "I don't need one."
  2540. "You carry shopping in these. Don't you know?"
  2541. "I don't need plastic plants."
  2542. "I don't need plastic plants!"
  2543. "As I thought - plastic!"
  2544. "How?"
  2545. "No thanks."
  2546. "It's Rugged Ron from the TV series!"
  2547. "These are great for scaring kids!"
  2548. "I don't need it right now."
  2549. "These toys are cool."
  2550. "Stop distracting me!"
  2551. "I don't feel like playing right now."
  2552. "Walking traffic cones. Erm... very useful!"
  2553. "Sorry, I'm not very musical."
  2554. "It's no use to me."
  2555. "Possibly the worst musical instrument ever invented!"
  2556. "What could I possibly do with THAT?!"
  2557. "I don't want it."
  2558. "A cheap imitation made from fibreglass."
  2559. "I wonder if they're magic?"
  2560. "I can't reach."
  2561. "That's pretty."
  2562. "I'm not touching it, it's probably alarmed."
  2563. "Uh-huh... that's theft."
  2564. "I don't suppose there's any money in it any more."
  2565. "I'd rather walk."
  2566. "I can call the elevator."
  2567. "I can't lift it up, and I can't crawl underneath."
  2568. "It's too heavy."
  2569. "Some building work is going on in here... or was.... long ago."
  2570. "I have nothing worth putting on it."
  2571. "That would be theft!"
  2572. "Not much going on around here."
  2573. "How?"
  2574. "What, peel it off the wall? That I'd like to see!"
  2575. "A great work of art. It really cheers the place up."
  2576. "If I so much as touch that door, that neanderthal will jump out here and kick my butt."
  2577. "No way!"
  2578. "That's the door of my neanderthal neighbour. I'd better not disturb him!"
  2579. "TopTen"
  2580. "Music Chart"
  2581. "What can I do with it?"
  2582. "I've memorised the charts."
  2583. "What this city needs is some decent rock'n'roll, not this junk."
  2584. "TShirts"
  2585. "T-Shirts"
  2586. "I'm happy with the clothes I've got."
  2587. "No thanks! These aren't cool."
  2588. "Normality T-Shirts? Not cool."
  2589. "CDs"
  2590. "CD Cover"
  2591. "CDsOnWall"
  2592. "CD Covers"
  2593. "I don't have a CD player with me."
  2594. "I don't want them."
  2595. "These are on special offer."
  2596. "BeadCurtain"
  2597. "Bead Curtain"
  2598. "I can easily brush it aside."
  2599. "I don't want it."
  2600. "These things date back to the 60's!"
  2601. "GoldDiscs"
  2602. "Gold Discs"
  2603. "They're for show only."
  2604. "Uh-huh. I bet Brian is proud of these."
  2605. "Awarded to Brian Deluge for best-selling CD's. Must be a black-market chart system?"
  2606. "Guitars"
  2607. "Guitars"
  2608. "I can't play them."
  2609. "I might break them."
  2610. "Cool! I love the REAL Axe Guitar!"
  2611. "Invoices"
  2612. "Invoice Folder"
  2613. "I'm not into boring paperwork!"
  2614. "I don't want it."
  2615. "Sales records no doubt."
  2616. "Telephone"
  2617. "Telephone"
  2618. "I have no one to call."
  2619. "I'm scared of who might be on the other end."
  2620. "I thought phones were outlawed by Paul Nystalux?"
  2621. "CDCatalog"
  2622. "Catalog"
  2623. "I don't know who to look up."
  2624. "I don't need it right now."
  2625. "A record of every track by every group in the city."
  2626. "DiscoDoor2"
  2627. "Door"
  2628. "This leads back to the mall."
  2629. "ShopLifter"
  2630. "Security Scanner"
  2631. "I can't use this for anything."
  2632. "No way! It's bolted to the floor."
  2633. "One of those pesky shoplifting deterrent gizmos."
  2634. "ClaraSilt"
  2635. "Sales Girl"
  2636. "Hello"
  2637. "Hello Miss."
  2638. "Good Ridance"
  2639. "You're no hope whatsoever. Goodbye."
  2640. "These boots are made for walking..."
  2641. "Indeed!"
  2642. "Anti Shoplift Device"
  2643. "Say, Miss? Do you know how that amazing theft deterrent works?"
  2644. "Zpft! Momma seyud ah have to go pee-pee now."
  2645. "Excuse me?"
  2646. "Bring your snake agin tomorrow."
  2647. "Could I borrow?"
  2648. "I couldn't just borrow a couple of items could I? Some of those..."
  2649. "Don't you go across the state line wearing a bonnet like that! People will think you are nothing but a poor house paintin' good fer nothin'."
  2650. "Er.... right!"
  2651. "Do you enjoy?"
  2652. "Do you enjoy working in here?"
  2653. "Ha ha! You do stuff like that and it'll stunt yer growth! Uncle Jed was only 32cm tall at the age of thirty!"
  2654. "Are you listening to me?"
  2655. "This here's a tow-away zone. Pack up your bait box and high tail it!"
  2656. "You are as mad as a marble."
  2657. "She looks very very bored."
  2658. "blindman"
  2659. "Blindman"
  2660. "Don't pester me young man. I have matches to sell."
  2661. "Ah, a blind man selling matches."
  2662. "Greeting"
  2663. "Hello?"
  2664. "Hello young man. Can I interest you in some of the greatest matches the world has ever seen?"
  2665. "Er, I'm a little low on cash at the moment."
  2666. "Well that's just fine, Son. I don't accept cash anyhow. I only deal in collectibles."
  2667. "Like what? Stamps? Paperweights? Coins? No, obviously not coins. Er..."
  2668. "You seem to be an intelligent gent. Go find me a nice novel I can immerse myself in."
  2669. "Bye now."
  2670. "Bye now."
  2671. "Goodbye young man."
  2672. "Dog"
  2673. "Nice dog. Is he a pedigree?"
  2674. "He certainly is, friend. He's most definitely all dog. Name's Deepha."
  2675. "Deepha?"
  2676. "Yeah, Deepha Dog! Only time he'll bark is when he hears other dogs. He does it loud though, 'cos a' that bullhorn I got slung under his belly. Guaranteed to scare the waste products outta anybody."
  2677. "Really? Is it that loud? I'd love to hear him?"
  2678. "I'd show ya but there aren't any other hounds around. He needs other dogs to get his mean streak goin'."
  2679. "Is it a mean streak a mile wide?"
  2680. "Wider! Wider! Wider! This here dog's got me banned from more places than I've forgotten about. He hears one bark and SHAZAM! He transforms into a MANIAC MONGREL. He once bit a stick clean through!"
  2681. "Books"
  2682. "Books you want? But you're, erm.... how can I put this tactfully? You're as blind as an egg."
  2683. "First impressions aren't always what they seem to be my good friend. In fact, sometimes they're the total opposite of what they appear."
  2684. "So what you're trying to say is that you CAN see?"
  2685. "Well! You're as fast as lightning, aren't you?! I can see all right, but I can't see colours. Red? Ha! Blue? Ha! Means the total sum of zero to me. I see the world in arty farty black and white."
  2686. "Can I enter the mall please?"
  2687. "Not until you buy some of my matches, young man."
  2688. "Isn't that a bit unfair?"
  2689. "Yes, I suppose it is, but life's like that, Son! Sorry!"
  2690. "What books?"
  2691. "What kind of novel do you want?"
  2692. "Well, that would be telling! I like prose, rich flowing prose. English stuff. Stuff with brocade and crinoline in it."
  2693. "Stuff like Shakespeare perhaps?"
  2694. "Can't say I've heard of the boy, Son. Is he one of those new wave authors? One of those guys who don't know how to write properly?"
  2695. "Not exactly."
  2696. "Greeting 2"
  2697. "Hello again."
  2698. "Hello yourself, fine friend. Do you want to buy some of my matches?"
  2699. "Um... must I?"
  2700. "Just find me a nice novel, and these great matches are yours!"
  2701. "FacLockers"
  2702. "Lockers"
  2703. "These seem to be padlocked or jammed shut. Maybe one of them will open?"
  2704. "Full of smelly clothing, no doubt!"
  2705. "FacLockers1"
  2706. "Locker"
  2707. "This one opens!"
  2708. "This one doesn't seem to be locked."
  2709. "FacBooks"
  2710. "Books"
  2711. "I haven't the time or interest to read them."
  2712. "Got 'em."
  2713. "Books: \"Elizabethan Costume\" and \"FireStarter\""
  2714. "Belt"
  2715. "Belt"
  2716. "BookLiz"
  2717. "Costume Book"
  2718. "BookFireStarter"
  2719. "FireStarter Book"
  2720. "Only"
  2721. "Bye"
  2722. "Is this the sort of book you like?"
  2723. "Oh no, Son! I don't care for that! Don't you have any others?"
  2724. "Only"
  2725. "Bye"
  2726. "Is this book to your tastes?"
  2727. "Well, bless my soul! I'll have this one and no mistake."
  2728. "There's just a small question of the matches?"
  2729. "Sorry. Here. Reckon I'd forget my own name if I hadn't already."
  2730. "Yeah, right! Er, thanks for the matches."
  2731. "Matches"
  2732. "Matchbook"
  2733. -
  2734. "What a strange title!"
  2735. "I don't have time to read it."
  2736. "Go and have a look round, kid. It's a bit quiet today, but I can't go into that. Take as long as you like. Oh, and don't break anything. There's a spot of trouble concerning that particular aspect. Right, I'm off to a meeting."
  2737. "OK, I'll be going then."
  2738. "Mind you don't loiter around here anymore, or you'll wish you never saw my face."
  2739. "I already do..."
  2740. "Rats"
  2741. "Oh boy, did I give you a shock, you big thick lunk?"
  2742. "Sure did, kid. For a split second there I thought it was a real rat!"
  2743. "What gave the game away?"
  2744. "Well to be frank, and I'm not, it wasn't so much the fact that it has half your arm up it, but the fact that it looks a little bit like a horse!"
  2745. "Real Rat"
  2746. "So if it were a real rat?"
  2747. "I'd be halfway to the moon by now. Keep that to yourself though, would you? It wouldn't do my career prospects much good if it were to get out that I was a flower-pickin' scaredy wuss!"
  2748. "Horse"
  2749. "So you aren't afraid of horses then?"
  2750. "Oh no. Mummy bought me a pony when I was a little boy. She used to dress me in pink skirts, put ribbons in my hair... I shouldn't be telling you this! Get lost kid, and never darken my doorstep again, you trickstery rodent impersonator."
  2751. "JUNK"
  2752. "JUNK"
  2753. "Dog"
  2754. "Dog"
  2755. "I'm not going near him!"
  2756. "Uh-huh. No way!"
  2757. "This thing looks vicious. What's that thing he's wearing?"
  2758. "Well, it all looks the same to me, even if it does come in different colours!"
  2759. "Nope, it's just too unappetising!"
  2760. "Ugh! Ice-creams with fish-flavoured topping! YUK!"
  2761. "This stuff's really heavy and tasteless. I'd rather eat slime!"
  2762. "Urg! Mumble, blurg, food is great isn't it? Yum..."
  2763. "ray"
  2764. "Ray"
  2765. "RAY: Yum. This is, er... Sea munchies. Things from the ocean, lovely cod, lovely fish.... yummy, sob, sob!"
  2766. "RAY: Try our *FOOD*-Pizzas. Good choice, er.... do buy! Please! Pretty PLEEEASE!"
  2767. "RAY: Er.... cod-flavoured ice cream. Er.... er... these are yummy. Honest!"
  2768. "RAY: Great chunks of, er... *FOOD*. Lovely *FOOD*. You know you want to buy some? Oh GOD!"
  2769. "You're looking at.... er... OH GOD! I can't take this any more! Sob! Sob! I really ain't happy!"
  2770. "Hello"
  2771. "Hey, what's up my lardy pal?"
  2772. "I, huh, huh, hate this place! I'd rather be anywhere else in the whole big wide world than right here right now!"
  2773. "Why don't you take a break?"
  2774. "I can't. I'll get fired. I HATE MY JOB!"
  2775. "Job"
  2776. "Why don't you try for a job elsewhere? You should have no trouble in today's thriving labour market."
  2777. "Can't do nothin' properly. I'm just a walkin' waste of water! Why I can't even do this simple job right!"
  2778. "Sob! Sob!"
  2779. "Bye then."
  2780. "Bye then. Cheer up. Don't get so down."
  2781. "I'll try. Thanks. Sob! Sob!"
  2782. "Lights on"
  2783. "Excuse me? Why don't you switch the lights back on?"
  2784. "I'll put them back on if you leave me alone."
  2785. "How can I help?"
  2786. "How can I help you?"
  2787. "Argh!! Go away will ya! I ain't happy! Sob! Sob!"
  2788. "It seems to me..."
  2789. "It seems to me that..."
  2790. "Leave me be will ya! Sob! Sob! Stop picking on me!"
  2791. "This sad individual looks really fed up. His badge says he's Ray."
  2792. "Start 2"
  2793. "Come on, big fellow. Calm down."
  2794. "CaveSpeakers"
  2795. "Speaker"
  2796. "Croppers"
  2797. "Fruit Croppers"
  2798. "I've nothing to chop."
  2799. "Just snip here... there, got the speakers!"
  2800. "OY! Don't steal from me!"
  2801. "Meat"
  2802. "Frozen *FOOD*"
  2803. "Speakers"
  2804. "Speaker"
  2805. "Meat1"
  2806. "Thawed Gooey *FOOD*"
  2807. "YUK! This *FOOD* has defrosted and gone all soggy. It's useless. I'll chuck it."
  2808. "I don't want to use the smelly thing!"
  2809. "If I wrap this around the *FOOD*, it will keep it frozen. Cool!"
  2810. "Meat2"
  2811. "Wrapped *FOOD*"
  2812. "FlatBox"
  2813. "Little Box"
  2814. "I'm saving it for something really useful."
  2815. "I can't eat frozen *FOOD*!"
  2816. "Yes, this is heavy enough to smash the glass!"
  2817. "WMachine1"
  2818. "Rat in Washing Machine"
  2819. "Come here, you! Aha! Got him!"
  2820. "WMachine2"
  2821. "Broken Washing Machine"
  2822. "It's useless now."
  2823. "It's too heavy."
  2824. "It's empty and totally useless."
  2825. "I can't use them here. I don't have a CD player."
  2826. "Which one? There are so many."
  2827. "Well I wouldn't exactly say that this is the best music selection I have ever seen!"
  2828. "CDClap"
  2829. "CD Cover"
  2830. "CDTrains"
  2831. "CD Cover"
  2832. "CDLift"
  2833. "CD Cover"
  2834. "I can't use it without a disc player."
  2835. "I get enough of this all day."
  2836. "This is all the rage right now. I'm definitely not a fan!"
  2837. "I would need a CD player for this."
  2838. "I'm not sure I'd like to be found with this!"
  2839. "Sheesh!! A triple CD compilation of train noises! English import, from the land of shopkeepers and eccentric Lords."
  2840. "BrianHifi"
  2841. "Stereo"
  2842. "BrianHifi1"
  2843. "Stereo with Speaker"
  2844. "I have nothing to connect it to."
  2845. "Aha! That should do the trick."
  2846. "FireManual"
  2847. "Manual"
  2848. "Hmmm... I just can't seem to make it work."
  2849. "No, I just can't press ALL those button AND throw the levers. I need something to hold the buttons in..."
  2850. "I've no use for it. It would go round me three times anyway!"
  2851. "Yes, tying this round here will keep those three buttons depressed. Cool!"
  2852. "GrinderExt1"
  2853. "Fire Extinguisher"
  2854. "Sprayer"
  2855. "Fire Extinguisher"
  2856. -
  2857. "It's way too heavy. I could empty it?"
  2858. "The belt is holding the buttons down."
  2859. "I emptied it, remember?"
  2860. "Hey! That's cool! This thing has its own auto-siphon facility. Should be filled in no time!"
  2861. "SprayerFull"
  2862. "Paint Sprayer"
  2863. "Hello"
  2864. "Excuse me, Mr. Norm, Sir?"
  2865. "Go away Citizen. I'm not supposed to fraternise with the public. I'm here to protect you all."
  2866. "What, just you on your own?"
  2867. "Never underestimate the abilities of a Norm."
  2868. "Hmmmm... I won't."
  2869. "Bye"
  2870. "Start"
  2871. "Thank you Citizen, for putting that extinguisher down."
  2872. "What.... what are you going to do?"
  2873. "I'm afraid, Citizen, that I am going to have to comply with citizen directive NIK/808 and ask you to hand it over. Otherwise, I'll have to use my FORCEFULL voice. I came top in forcefulness at the academy."
  2874. "Thank you for showing concern, Mr. Norm. I could have swallowed that and choked! The city is a safer place with guys like you standing around in it all day."
  2875. "All in a days work, Citizen."
  2876. "Thanks!"
  2877. "Extinguisher"
  2878. "So, Norm, Sir, do you know how to discharge that extinguisher you've just confiscated?"
  2879. "That is sensitive information, Citizen! I am not at liberty to tell you that I have passed all safety tests and pretend emergency simulations. Nor would I tell you if you asked."
  2880. "Damn! You guys are always so impenetrable and mysterious. So there's no way that you would tell me what kind of disaster crisis it would take for you to set that off?"
  2881. "No Aroony! Public service building fire regulations are a closely guarded secret. It's more than my job's worth to tell you when and how I would react to a combustive incident. Have I given you a badge?"
  2882. "You BURNED me there, you tough COOKie, Norm, Sir. I could really WARM to you. I don't FLAME you for not telling me, and I don't want to get you FIRED. Even though it's not totally FLARE."
  2883. "Goodbye"
  2884. "Goodbye, Norm, Sir."
  2885. "Stay Normal, Citizen!"
  2886. "PaulBadge"
  2887. "Badge"
  2888. "What on Earth do I do with it? To wear it would be hypocritical."
  2889. "\"Friend of Paul\" Hmmm...!"
  2890. "Start"
  2891. "Hey! Get away from there, Citizen! Our glorious leader did not design this beautiful sculpture to be used as a climbing frame. I will NOT stand around and watch you defile it with your cheap footwear."
  2892. "I just wanted to get closer, to become one with this... er... remarkable piece."
  2893. "Get away from that!"
  2894. "Cheers!"
  2895. "Stand around"
  2896. "Why don't you go for a walk? I'll make sure nothing bad befalls the mall."
  2897. "I like you. Drive, ambition, responsible. But to be a Norm requires merciless training for years, just to handle the stress I take each minute. I can't jeopardise a Citizen's safety by putting him in a dangerous situation, that only I can handle."
  2898. "Are you sure about that?"
  2899. "Sure I'm sure. Don't distract me again, Citizen."
  2900. "Dangerous Situations?"
  2901. "What exactly would you deem a dangerous situation, oh server and protector? What might make you leave your post?"
  2902. "Let me have a think... Wild animals, definitely wild, rabid animals. An if, er... if I was sick. Y'know, if I had the sniffles or such."
  2903. "Neither of those are very likely to happen in this warm homogenised shopping environment though, are they?"
  2904. "No. I, er... I suppose not."
  2905. "Goodbye"
  2906. "I'll be off then."
  2907. "And I shall protect good Citizens such as yourself!"
  2908. -
  2909. "Start"
  2910. "What a nerd! He looks really uncomfortable in those clothes. Look at those colours! You could spear fish with those!"
  2911. "I heard that! Watch your step, while you still can!"
  2912. "Bye"
  2913. "Hello"
  2914. "Hiya, I'm Kent."
  2915. "I don't know any Kent."
  2916. "Sure you do. Heather told me...."
  2917. "Yes, what DID she tell you, man?"
  2918. "Oh yeah! If I could rearrange the alphabet, I'd put U and I together!"
  2919. "Sure thing. Sounds about right. I'm Brian. Whaddya want to know man?"
  2920. "Bye Bri"
  2921. "See ya later, Bri."
  2922. "It's BRIAN to you, Kenty. Alright? Ciao."
  2923. "The Waffle"
  2924. "Bri?"
  2925. "Don't call me that, Kent. My name is Brian. Like brain, but different."
  2926. "Sorry. Er... that Norm doesn't want to leave the Waffle sculpture."
  2927. "Well why don't you try and divert him? If you can't outsmart that dumb ox, you can't join the group. And if you don't join the group, I'm gonna have to sew your mouth up so as you don't talk, man!"
  2928. "Diversion, right!"
  2929. "Compact Disc"
  2930. "I couldn't sort of borrow this, could I?"
  2931. "Look, Kenty babe! You either borrow summat or you don't. You can't 'sorta'. And yes, yes, you can 'sorta' borrow it. Just 'sorta' bring it back when you're done, all right?"
  2932. "Your Stereo"
  2933. "Why doesn't your stereo work, Bri?"
  2934. "There aren't any speakers. Boss took them to stop me airing my stuff."
  2935. "The Group"
  2936. "What can you tell me about your subversive group, Bri?"
  2937. "Nothing you need to know right now, nosy parker. So just shut up and keep quiet, Kent! You'll know more when you earn the right to know more. Know what I mean?"
  2938. "Yeah, I hear ya."
  2939. "Your Job"
  2940. "I thought you were a great rock megastar? Why are you working in a dump like this? Oh, sorry, no offence."
  2941. "None taken. This is a cover, Kent. So the Norms don't suspect me. I also use it to ship underground music to people."
  2942. "Like your stuff? I'd like to hear some!"
  2943. "Later, man. Just do your job now."
  2944. "Hello 2"
  2945. "Oh, hello again."
  2946. "Bri."
  2947. "I wish you'd get on with the job and stop pestering me."
  2948. "Could I just..."
  2949. -
  2950. "As much as I want it, I'd better leave it here."
  2951. "What a nice piece of solid-state! I thought these were illegal and banned by Paul Nystalux."
  2952. "It turns on OK, but there's no noise. I wonder if Brian knows why?"
  2953. "BRIAN: OK, Kenty, just go ahead and help yourself! You've got no manners and no understanding. And no mates!"
  2954. "DenFirst"
  2955. "A bright, technical girl dressed in a long coat with pockets stuffed with apparatus."
  2956. "Start"
  2957. "Who in hell are you? Hold it right there, Norm spy! There are fifty trained revolutionaries pointing their guns at your head right now."
  2958. "Ah! Er..."
  2959. "How did you find this place you soulless puss-bag?!"
  2960. "I'm not a Norm"
  2961. "I'm not a Norm! Honest!"
  2962. "Prove it, boring boy!"
  2963. "Here's my proof.."
  2964. "I've been to the Blue Pens. Imprisoned by the Norms."
  2965. "I expect you were just there doing your job. Torturing people displaying any will of their own! You are total scum! Don't lie to me! One false word and my guys will ventilate your head!"
  2966. "I h..hate the Norms! They locked me up, just for whistling a cool tune in the street. It was a Brian Deluge track."
  2967. "Brian is a wanted man. How do I know that you haven't come after him? How did you find this place?"
  2968. "I found this place."
  2969. "I was told about this place a couple of times. It seemed my destiny to end up here."
  2970. "Who told you about this place? I want names. I want evidence! Tell me now or cash your chips in!"
  2971. "Tell her about Dai"
  2972. "Tell her about the note"
  2973. "I met a crazy window cleaner by the name of Dai. He told me that furniture testing can lead to greater things. He said that there were probably a lot of nice people at the furniture factory, if I were to fall into the right circles."
  2974. "So you met Dai? He is one of the founder members of our group. If he liked you, I suppose I should."
  2975. "I was in the maximum security Blue Pens. The normal ones are full. Apparently it is high season for different behaviour at the moment."
  2976. "I have heard of the Blue Pens place. There are many conflicting opinions about them. A lot of speculation as to what Paul is keeping there. Some say that he hides a great secret there."
  2977. "Well whatever he holds there, the people seemed very nice. I didn't meet any of them but one of them gave me a note, telling me to come here."
  2978. "Let me see it..."
  2979. "So, it might be true!"
  2980. "What is true?"
  2981. "What? What is true?"
  2982. "I will tell you if you prove your worth to our cause. You must perform two subversive tasks which will help me with my research, ultimately leading to REVOLUTION!"
  2983. "Yes! I'll do it!"
  2984. "No, I'm not interested"
  2985. "I think you have the wrong guy. I'm no revolutionary, just a simple-minded day dreamer who longs for change, who longs to do something other than watch TV."
  2986. "Then you ARE the right guy! Don't you see? You have all the qualities our group needs. Plus, you have the recommendation from Dai, and that note really does seal it."
  2987. "I accept the challenge! Tell me what the tasks are and I'll do anything to show my hatred of Paul and his Norm army. Especially something, er... did you say submersive?"
  2988. "I said subversive, you fool! ONE, I want you to broadcast a video of Brian Deluge on national TV. Here's the video."
  2989. "TWO, I want you to paint the cubic sculpture at the M.I.N.T. Mall a lovely yellow."
  2990. "Could you write that down? Then when I've done the tasks will you tell me what you believe the note is about?"
  2991. "OK"
  2992. "You were on your own all along! That's cheating!"
  2993. "Yes, you can't be too careful when you are on the wrong side of the law in this town. I think I trust you now. Go. Perform your duty."
  2994. "So what do I do? Aren't you going to give me a special gun or something, a magic sword at least?"
  2995. "You are on your own... Sorry, what IS your name?"
  2996. "Kent."
  2997. "I'm sorry, Kent. I can't supply weapons, we are a pacifist group. You are on your own now. I can only give you one thing, a code phrase. There is a sympathiser at the Mall. To get help, just say 'If I could rearrange the alphabet I'd put U and I together'."
  2998. "U and I together? Sheesh!"
  2999. "I think I'll just be off.."
  3000. "I think I'll just be off. Nice knowing you."
  3001. "You can't escape. Not until you answer my questions."
  3002. "CroppersTemp"
  3003. "Fruit Croppers"
  3004. "Start"
  3005. "Hey!"
  3006. "Er...., I did pay for them, honest!"
  3007. "I think not! I don't like your sort in MY Mall! Out!"
  3008. "Bye"
  3009. "YappyDog"
  3010. "Yappy Puppy"
  3011. "Glider"
  3012. "Toy Glider"
  3013. "A cool glider. I lost my pet terrapin on one of these things when I was a kid. Stupid animal didn't steer, even after I told him three times!"
  3014. "GliderBin"
  3015. "Gliders"
  3016. "I can't use them all!"
  3017. "Got one!"
  3018. "A huge bin of toy gliders."
  3019. "BigGlider"
  3020. "Large Glider"
  3021. "This little toy won't support the weight of metal croppers!"
  3022. "Right idea, but this sign's too big. One of the smaller glider's would be better."
  3023. "I don't feel like throwing this. It could be useful."
  3024. "BigGliderFloor"
  3025. "Large Glider"
  3026. "I don't need it now."
  3027. "I don't need it now."
  3028. "It looks a little battered where it hit the wall."
  3029. "Yes, I just might be able to fly the croppers out over the security scanner!"
  3030. "Yes! Go lil' doggy, go!"
  3031. "GliderFloor1"
  3032. "Glider"
  3033. "I don't need it now."
  3034. "I don't need it now."
  3035. "It's done it's job."
  3036. "YappyFloor1"
  3037. "Yappy Puppy"
  3038. "I need some very loud clapping to make this doggy bark."
  3039. "I need him here to act as a diversion. If I can get the thing to bark!"
  3040. "He can be a diversion. I just need to get him to bark."
  3041. "It works, but I think I'll need several dogs out there."
  3042. "GliderFloor2"
  3043. "Glider"
  3044. "YappyFloor2"
  3045. "Yappy Puppy"
  3046. "I can use him as a diversion, if I can find some way to make him bark."
  3047. "I need him here as a diversion."
  3048. "Here he is, but how do I make him bark?"
  3049. "I don't need it now."
  3050. "I don't need it now."
  3051. "It's done its job."
  3052. "GliderBin1"
  3053. "Empty Bin"
  3054. "It's empty!"
  3055. "I don't want an empty bin!"
  3056. "I've used all the gliders."
  3057. "SEVERAL TROUBLE-FREE MINUTES LATER..........."
  3058. "I don't have it yet!"
  3059. "I need a disc player to play it."
  3060. "Hmmm... There's no sound. I wonder why?"
  3061. "Ohhh! Not my kind of music at all! In fact, how can you call clapping entertainment?! No, I can't stand that any longer. I'll save the disc for later."
  3062. "Ouch! Painful, but I need to leave it on to make those stupid Yappy Puppies strut their stuff!"
  3063. "BrianHifi2"
  3064. "Stereo"
  3065. "Go away Citizen! I have crazed animals to control!!"
  3066. "Deepha1"
  3067. "Dog"
  3068. "He's already doing my will, by causing a diversion, he he!"
  3069. "He'll bite me!"
  3070. "He's causing quite a distraction up here!"
  3071. "It's one of those ambassadors of mirth - a Norm Trooper!"
  3072. "NEUTROPOLIGHTS. Average contents 48, but there's only about 12 inside."
  3073. "I don't want to start a fire here, do I?"
  3074. "Yes, a fire would be good, but not until I distract that Norm, get him away from the Waffle."
  3075. "The base of the Waffle is the best place. Hang on a minute..."
  3076. "FireInMall"
  3077. "Fire"
  3078. "EVERYBODY, lie down! Take short panting breaths and don't move!"
  3079. "Start"
  3080. "CITIZEN! I want an explanation from you!"
  3081. "I... I can explain! Don't send me back to the Blue P.."
  3082. "Where did you get that fire-fighting equipment? Ever since I used it I feel... well... I feel weird!"
  3083. "Come with me. I think I know some people who can help you!"
  3084. "MallFire"
  3085. "Greeting"
  3086. "Hi there! Could you give me a lift down to the street, old man?"
  3087. "Hey, less of the 'old' prefix please. Name's Dai. If I were to take you down, what would you do in return?"
  3088. "Greeting No Coffee"
  3089. "Hi Dai."
  3090. "What do you need?"
  3091. "What do you need, Dai? I have lots of stuff inside. How about a nice cushion? It must be hard sitting on that cold metal all the time?"
  3092. "Don't worry about that boy. The only things that need warming are my heart and hands. How about a nice warm beverage?"
  3093. "What beverage?"
  3094. "OK. What flavour drink do you want?"
  3095. "Coffee, milky, quickly! There's a good boy."
  3096. "Hey, where's my coffee, pal? I'm sorry to be a whiner but we aint goin' no where without that. I doubt I could even turn the winch with my hands as cold as they are."
  3097. "Greeting With coffee"
  3098. "Here you go, Dai. Sorry about the delay."
  3099. "Hey, thank you sonny. Have you down in no time. Say, this coffee tastes a little, er... unique."
  3100. "Yes, it has a special secret ingredient left to me by the previous occupiers of my apartment."
  3101. "Well that's a secret you might want to let me in on one of these days."
  3102. "Bye for now"
  3103. "See you a little later, Dai."
  3104. "Sooner rather than later, I hope."
  3105. "Start"
  3106. "Here, take this."
  3107. "I don't believe that is what I asked for, young man. Thick cup of milky mud now, if you please? Then, and only then, are the streets yours."
  3108. "Bye"
  3109. "Bogus Greeting"
  3110. "I thought you might want this, to warm you up."
  3111. "Why thanks, son. Let me drink it and then I'll do you a favour."
  3112. "I'd like to get down there, to the street."
  3113. "No problem. Name's Dai by the way."
  3114. "Greeting"
  3115. "Dai?"
  3116. "Yes?"
  3117. "The Weather"
  3118. "Why is every day so grey? The air quality is very poor today."
  3119. "It's been like this for nearly thirty years. Since just before I began my new life in this cradle."
  3120. "I haven't seen the Sun for decades."
  3121. "It used to cheer up men, women, cats, dogs and plants. It all seemed a lot happier back then. Before the Great Shake-Up."
  3122. "The Sun"
  3123. "The Sun? What is that? I think my Mom mentioned it once, before she threw me out for cutting class and chilling out all the time."
  3124. "Didn't you pay attention in Modern History classes? The Sun is a huge, slow-motion, nuclear explosion in space, shedding warmth on the people of our planet."
  3125. "Warmth?"
  3126. "You say the Sun sends warmth. I don't see it anywhere, you old dreamer."
  3127. "DREAMER?! How dare you! It's up there, boy, but it's beyond this cloud of soot which hangs over the city."
  3128. "The Great Shake-Up"
  3129. "The Great Shake-Up? I think I remember something about THAT in Modern History classes. But there was something interesting going on outside at the time."
  3130. "It all happened one sunny day about thirty years ago, the day Saul Nystalux was blown into a million tiny pieces, God bless him. His brother, Paul Nystalux, bravely filled his shoes,"
  3131. "then unveiled his approachable army of Norm Troopers. Things have never been the same since."
  3132. "Pall of Soot"
  3133. "But the pall of soot has been up there for as long as I can remember."
  3134. "Another one of life's little mysteries, son!"
  3135. "Paul Nystalux"
  3136. "Paul Nystalux is our leader, right?"
  3137. "Sheesh, kid! Things don't change in this city on a daily basis. He's been leading us for years."
  3138. "So everyone likes him, right?"
  3139. "They seem to. No one complains. I just keep myself personal up here."
  3140. "New Life"
  3141. "Why did you start a new life in this cradle?"
  3142. "I'll just say that I wasn't totally impressed with the departure of Saul Nystalux, so I have declared myself a Free State."
  3143. "Why weren't you impressed"
  3144. "Why weren't you impressed?"
  3145. "Get out into the city and find out for yourself, boy. Open your eyes and dig some dirt. I might bump into you again soon. You seem the right type."
  3146. "Gizmo"
  3147. "Say, do you know what this throbbing, whirry thing is?"
  3148. "Hmmmm... I don't have a clue, but I feel a bit weird when I'm near it."
  3149. "Bye"
  3150. "Bye, Dai, you crazy old guy."
  3151. "Better to be crazy than lazy, boy. I'll say au revoir because I've a feeling I'll see you again soon. You have a spark I haven't seen for ages."
  3152. "By the look of him, he's blind, the poor guy."
  3153. "Does he stand around here all day?"
  3154. "He looks like a security guard. Well I'll get past him."
  3155. "He looks like a football team in a suit!"
  3156. "Brains and brawn rarely occupy the same body. I'll confuse him easily."
  3157. "She appears a little crazy!"
  3158. "Hello? Has someone escaped from the loony bin?!"
  3159. "He seems friendly enough."
  3160. "He looks wet and cold. What's he doing out here?"
  3161. "This guy is like... seriously large."
  3162. "This guy looks important."
  3163. "How do these guys get SO big?!"
  3164. "Wherever you go, some kind of Norm is waiting for you!"
  3165. "He looks extremely important."
  3166. "Guys in suits make me sick, with all their papers and airs and graces."
  3167. "I think he's the boss. He looks like one!"
  3168. "She looks nice!"
  3169. "I could get to like pretty girls like her. There aren't enough in this city for a guy like me!"
  3170. "I wonder what she's doing after work?"
  3171. "Another stern-faced Norm!"
  3172. "What gives him the right to rule over me!?"
  3173. "He looks totally fed up with life."
  3174. "This guy's Ray, a sorry-looking individual."
  3175. "She looks very nervous for a public figure."
  3176. "A friendly, but nervous face."
  3177. "She look's very boring and unfriendly."
  3178. "All he ever does is watch TV. He must be the most Normal guy in the city!"
  3179. "He looks very very bored, and is probably as boring as he looks."
  3180. "Pocketed it"
  3181. "It's a cool plastic card. There's a little logo of the TV station on it."
  3182. "OK, I have it."
  3183. "This towel's good for keeping things hot or cool. Terrific insulation properties."
  3184. "I don't see how."
  3185. "That would be theft."
  3186. "What's that big fiery thing hitting the sea?"
  3187. "I can't understand it, never mind use it!"
  3188. "No thanks."
  3189. "Hmmmm... Component 'X'? It seems that they build this into all the furniture, but what is it?"
  3190. "These lead into the TV Station."
  3191. "I can't with this lunk standing here!"
  3192. "That won't work!"
  3193. "A man's tarpaulin is his castle. I'd better not fiddle."
  3194. "I think he needs it more than I do."
  3195. "I guess it keeps him warm and out of the rain."
  3196. -
  3197. "I think this would be more useful in the next few minutes."
  3198. "Nice design. Robust, ergonomic."
  3199. "Whoa, these button are stubborn. I had a slight mishap with some glue and a turkey baster. They need a good stab to make them work."
  3200. "It's already on."
  3201. -
  3202. "It's too heavy!"
  3203. " "
  3204. "Ah, that's more like it."
  3205. "Well there's a hum. I just need a CD now."
  3206. "Nah, I'll leave it here."
  3207. "We have the ability to make sound now."
  3208. "It's playing that Clap CD."
  3209. "Uh-huh!"
  3210. "I've whacked the volume up to full so that those Yappy Puppies can hear it!"
  3211. "I can't eat frozen *food*!"
  3212. "That guy won't mind if I take some. I'll leave an IOU later."
  3213. "I'm not really into portraits."
  3214. "That would be stealing!"
  3215. "This must be Paul Nystalux. Weird-looking guy, isn't he?"
  3216. "Uh-huh! If I lie down there, I'll never get up again!"
  3217. "Not likely is it?!"
  3218. "Well, it's humming, so I guess I have it working. Whoever sits on this baby is visiting the land of Z!"
  3219. "I think it needs power to be of any use."
  3220. "Not a realistic idea!"
  3221. "Now this looks extremely comfortable. It's totally silent."
  3222. "It just doesn't want to open."
  3223. "I don't want it."
  3224. "I think I'm talking to myself."
  3225. -
  3226. "These things chew up all of the garbage before it gets thrown out into the dumpsters."
  3227. "Hey, get away from there, Fat Boy! No one but Waste Engineers are allowed to use that!"
  3228. -
  3229. "Got it."
  3230. "This is about Elizabethan Costume."
  3231. "OK, I have them at last!"
  3232. "Long-handed shears."
  3233. "OK, I have them. I don't however, have enough money to purchase them."
  3234. "Long-handed shears."
  3235. "I can't reach them."
  3236. "I need to get them down first."
  3237. "Part of the P.A. system."
  3238. "Connect to a hifi for instant sound!"
  3239. "This MUST come in handy!"
  3240. "It's a little cardboard box."
  3241. "It's mine!"
  3242. "The remains of some furniture. Don't see what all the fuss is about myself!"
  3243. "I'll leave it here, I think, don't you?"
  3244. "I don't really need it now I've got that guard out of the way."
  3245. "I'm not interested in wooden remnants any more."
  3246. "The *FOOD* is kept frozen wrapped in this wet towel."
  3247. "MeatA"
  3248. "Thawing *FOOD*"
  3249. "MeatB"
  3250. "Soggy *FOOD*"
  3251. "This *FOOD* is defrosting rapidly. It's getting soggy and gooey."
  3252. "Debris1A"
  3253. "Even Less Debris"
  3254. "It's mine!"
  3255. "There's hardly anything left now."
  3256. "Why would I want to turn the power off?"
  3257. "What, rip it off the wall?!"
  3258. "That dripping pipe is going to short circuit and blow up my apartment, one of these days."
  3259. "It works automatically."
  3260. "I can't do that!"
  3261. "My greatest fan!"
  3262. "There's no way I'm climbing in there. Besides, I get a little claustrophobic."
  3263. "Even if I could, I wouldn't."
  3264. "It's one of the air conditioning ducts that pipe dry, stale air around the building."
  3265. "Ducting"
  3266. "DuctBog"
  3267. "Toilet"
  3268. "I don't need to go, but I can easily scramble down there again."
  3269. "The toilet in the Factory."
  3270. "ChickenWire"
  3271. "Chicken Wire"
  3272. "I can't get through it."
  3273. "I don't want it."
  3274. "This wire is blocking the way."
  3275. "DuctCase"
  3276. "Alarmed Case"
  3277. "DuctCase1"
  3278. "Empty Case"
  3279. "I've no use for it now."
  3280. "I'm not interested."
  3281. "The case is empty, and the alarm still silent!"
  3282. "I don't want to risk climbing down there again."
  3283. "StashDoor1"
  3284. "Broken Boards"
  3285. "I can't get up there!"
  3286. "Well there's the Mall back up there, but I've no way to climb out of here!"
  3287. "StashPoster"
  3288. "Poster"
  3289. "I have no use for it. My immediate concern is getting out of here."
  3290. "I don't want it."
  3291. "\"Crackers and Asthma\". Isn't that Brian's group? What's it doing in here?"
  3292. "StashCrate"
  3293. "Crate"
  3294. "If I could see better I may be able to find a way to open them."
  3295. "It's way too heavy!"
  3296. "\"Crackers\"? Crackers and Asthma? Hmmm... I wonder if it's a secret stash of Brian's records?"
  3297. "If I strike a match, I might be able to see a way out of here.... let's see..."
  3298. "Ah, light! Those crates are full of FIRE CRACKERS!!!!"
  3299. "Stool"
  3300. "Stool"
  3301. "I haven't got time to sit down."
  3302. "I don't want it, thanks."
  3303. "A little stool. I'm sure it's a godsend to this strange guy."
  3304. "StreetCradle"
  3305. "I don't think that would go down well!"
  3306. "What could I do with a bat?!"
  3307. "I can't reach it. Anyway, it's horrible and furry!"
  3308. "Lots of bats live in this building. They seem happy enough."
  3309. "I could stick the lamp on my head and pretend to be a Norm?"
  3310. "If I could only get it off..."
  3311. "These are cool. I could have my own disco."
  3312. "The last time someone played with these, the street was flooded for a week!"
  3313. "I believe our lazy... er, efficient, fire service uses these for water."
  3314. "Mom told me never to eat plants!"
  3315. "I don't need plants."
  3316. "Is there a secret gardener on the premises?"
  3317. "I'm not planning on doing that much shopping."
  3318. "I don't need it."
  3319. "You always find these lying around. Who's supposed to gather them up?!"
  3320. "I'd better not move this, or the Norm's will be after me!"
  3321. "Uh-huh! Messing with Norm property is bad for your health!"
  3322. "Disturbance? That's the street below my window!"
  3323. "I have no use for rubbish. There's enough of it in my apartment!"
  3324. "You can catch all sorts of diseases doing that!"
  3325. "I don't think this has been collected for weeks."
  3326. "Ugh! I'm not shaking hands with you!"
  3327. "That's disgusting!"
  3328. "Phoar! Do we have to look so closely?!"
  3329. "DaiCradle"
  3330. "Cradle"
  3331. "DaiCradle1"
  3332. "Cradle"
  3333. "Cradle"
  3334. "I don't know how to work it without Dai."
  3335. "This is Dai's cradle. He left in a hurry!"
  3336. "Poles"
  3337. "Pole"
  3338. "I don't fancy climbing up them!"
  3339. "They're attached to the wall!"
  3340. "The cradle runs up and down these to get at the windows."
  3341. "Window2"
  3342. "Window"
  3343. "There's no way I can reach that!"
  3344. "The window to my apartment."
  3345. "StreetDoorMetal"
  3346. "Door"
  3347. "It won't open. It's locked from within."
  3348. "This is a heavy security door."
  3349. "I can't get into it!"
  3350. "This is Dai's window-cleaning cradle. He's gone somewhere."
  3351. "Ah, just looks like junk mail to me."
  3352. "I'd better not. My attention span for activity is fragile enough, without tempting fate by sitting."
  3353. "There's no point. I can tell you exactly what's under there. About two pounds of fluff and some past-it pistachios."
  3354. -
  3355. "Let's see what's down here...."
  3356. "Aha! There's some mon... Aaagh!"
  3357. "That's done it. I've broken it!"
  3358. "I'll soon have this sucker out."
  3359. "That's disgusting! Take a shower, baby!"
  3360. "I'll be glad to get out of here."
  3361. "Get back on, before that Norm outside complains!"
  3362. "Useless thing."
  3363. "FacSkip"
  3364. "Waste Dumpster"
  3365. "FacPapers"
  3366. "Papers"
  3367. "I'm not talented enough to use these specifications."
  3368. "I'd better not. They look VERY important!"
  3369. "They appear to be specs for those little gizmo things on the desk. What DO they do?"
  3370. "FacPlant"
  3371. "Plant"
  3372. "I've no use for it."
  3373. "I don't want it."
  3374. "It's well watered, so this office is used frequently."
  3375. "FacCabinet"
  3376. "Filing Cabinet"
  3377. "FacGizmo"
  3378. "Gizmo"
  3379. "I don't know what it does, so how could I use it?!"
  3380. "No thanks. I'm a little wary of these things. I feel odd when they're close to me!"
  3381. "What a strange thing. It gives off weird noises that make me feel really weird!"
  3382. "These are identical to the thing I found in my sofa! Sinister!"
  3383. "I don't fancy getting in there!"
  3384. "Hardly possible!"
  3385. "I assume broken furniture gets put in here."
  3386. "I'm not meant to get in here!"
  3387. "Can't we go and do something more exciting?"
  3388. "It's locked. Why are all the interesting places locked?"
  3389. "I expect it's full of.... yup, you guessed it... files!"
  3390. "I don't want that scaly old thing!"
  3391. "It's full of boiling water. I can see scaly bits floating around on the surface."
  3392. "Skip4Doors"
  3393. "Container Doors"
  3394. "That won't open. They're probably rusted shut."
  3395. "Toxic storage? Is this where they dump all of the old Elevator-Muzak records?"
  3396. "Cog"
  3397. "Rusty Cog"
  3398. "Engine"
  3399. "Mechanical Thing"
  3400. "ContainerTop"
  3401. "BrokenSofa"
  3402. "Broken Sofa"
  3403. "It's no use to anyone now!"
  3404. "I've nowhere to put the bits. I'll leave it here."
  3405. "Well it was a fine Plush-Rest model, but it's a hunk of junk now."
  3406. "Lobby"
  3407. "LobbyBoard"
  3408. "Noticeboard"
  3409. "LobbyDoors"
  3410. "Main Doors"
  3411. "LobbyCamera"
  3412. "Camera"
  3413. "I suspect others are already!"
  3414. "I'd better not tear them off the wall."
  3415. "Nosy Norms. Can't a guy get a little privacy around here, so he might... escape or something."
  3416. "LobbyDoor"
  3417. "Start"
  3418. "Just those cameras."
  3419. "I beg you to repeat that."
  3420. "Oh, nothing."
  3421. "Oh, nothing. I was just chanting a little mantra about how great everything is."
  3422. "I said..."
  3423. "I said I would like some privacy, and I would like to have it somewhere other than here."
  3424. "You are not exactly clocking up Brownie Points, Norm. Paul frowns enthusiastically upon repeat offenders."
  3425. "You're not exactly clocking up the Brownie Points, Norm. Paul frowns enthusiastically upon repeat offenders."
  3426. "LobbyKent"
  3427. "Wanted Picture"
  3428. "Nope."
  3429. "Sheesh! He's a really ugly looking son of a witch! I bet he's real dangerous - probably got no respect for himself or anyone else."
  3430. "I'll just press this red oblong right here..."
  3431. "Wanted: Kent Knutson. For crimes against all citizens of Neutropolis, including annoying singing in a public place. He is also suspected of harassing a Norm Trooper in the pursuit of his work, and the wanton use of coloured paints and explosives. DO NOT approach this man. He is considered HIGHLY DIFFERENT!"
  3432. "Sheesh! It's me!"
  3433. "LobbyBrian"
  3434. "Wanted Picture"
  3435. "I don't want this."
  3436. "This looks like a caricature of Brian Deluge. His neck looks a little wrong though; his Adam's Apple doesn't look like a knee-cap!"
  3437. "Strike the screen!"
  3438. "Known only as Brian Downpour, this man subverts the innocent children of our community with music composed by the devil. His band is known as CRACKERS AND ASTHMA, an anagram of \"Kids, kick back and drink\", probably. If seen, call 000. Do not approach this man, he is a dangerous lunatic and a drummer."
  3439. "LobbyPaul"
  3440. "Picture"
  3441. "LobbyBanner"
  3442. "Coat of Arms"
  3443. "I could only use a coat of arms if I were a squid, and I'm not a squid."
  3444. "No-a-mundo!"
  3445. "Curious choice of iconography. I wonder if Saul can shed some light on that? When I find him, that is."
  3446. "LobbyFountain"
  3447. "Fountain"
  3448. "LobbyDoor9"
  3449. "Door"
  3450. "I can't get through. Obviously wearing this Norm costume does NOT make me a Norm!"
  3451. "What secrets lie beyond here?"
  3452. "The only thing I could use this for would demand that it were printed on absorbent paper!"
  3453. "I would really rather not."
  3454. "A picture of Paul Nystalux. It has been taken from his best side, about ten years ago, and has been touched up by computer. The man's honesty evidently carries through to his P.R. Department."
  3455. "Norm"
  3456. "LobbyNorm"
  3457. "Norm 0793"
  3458. "I'm busy, Norm 2782."
  3459. "Just a fat old Norm sitting behind what appears to be shatterproof glass. He looks kinda busy."
  3460. "I could read it."
  3461. "No can Do."
  3462. -
  3463. "Paul Nystalux is coming to this facility. He is angry with one and all because of the recent incidents which have occurred in the city. Remain Normal."
  3464. -
  3465. "They're very locked."
  3466. "(DOOR): Norm 2782, you have been placed under House Arrest pending Paul's judgement. Make yourself useful and get away from the doors. You are making the place look a little untidy. If you haven't already done so, report to the main desk."
  3467. "Start"
  3468. "Paul"
  3469. "Blame"
  3470. "Prove"
  3471. "They"
  3472. "Forensics"
  3473. "Research"
  3474. "Excuse me, fellow Norm?"
  3475. "Go ahead, Norm 2782."
  3476. "Bye"
  3477. "I'll be off to do some work then."
  3478. "Yeah, you do that."
  3479. "Hi there, Mr. 0793. How's it going? When does our glorious Leader grace us with his presence?"
  3480. "You seem unaccountably happy, Norm 2782. Leader Paul is due here at any minute."
  3481. "I'd gathered. And I am looking forward to grasping him warmly by the thro... hand, if you must know."
  3482. "I think perhaps you should make yourself scarce. He is looking to pin the blame on someone for the M.I.N.T. Mall incident."
  3483. "I have you down as being on duty there at the time that the 34/DD-1 was committed."
  3484. "So... whoever is responsible for the boo boos will be...?"
  3485. "Punished, 2782! As an example to the rest of his loyal Norm Trooper Army. There is NO room for error, or boo boos, as you so eloquently put it."
  3486. "Elephantly? I couldn't sort of apologise, could I? Or hide perhaps?"
  3487. "I don't think so. I'm afraid I can't let you leave this Ordinary Outpost until he has dealt with you. If you are lucky they will prove that red-haired guy did it, taking some of the heat off of you."
  3488. "Prove that the red-haired guy did it? Which one?"
  3489. "The one in the picture, right over there on the wall. I wouldn't like to be in his shoes if THEY nail him, eh?"
  3490. "Hmmmm, no. No, I wouldn't."
  3491. "Who are THEY? Who is going to nail that ugly subversive skinroll?"
  3492. "The guys in Forensics."
  3493. "Where is Forensics?"
  3494. "Forensics is on the same corridor as Research."
  3495. "You might want to check how close they are. Impress Leader Paul upon his arrival."
  3496. "Where is Research?"
  3497. "I'll give you the code, Norm. 1-5-7-2. Tap that into the keypad right over there and the elevator will take you directly to the labs. 1-5-7-2. You got that?"
  3498. "1-5-7-2. Thanks, Bud. Stay Normal."
  3499. "Gizmos"
  3500. "Do you know what these things are for?"
  3501. "I got no idea, Norm. Why don't you take it up to Research."
  3502. "I'm just a desk-bound resource. I'm not even allowed to go to the mens room."
  3503. "Is that why you turned off the fountain?"
  3504. "Well, no. It's out of order, but that's fine. The sound of those tinkling droplets might cause a little, er... you know, one of, er... a kind of spillage!"
  3505. "Bye"
  3506. "DummyNorm"
  3507. "Norm at Reception"
  3508. "Just a fat old Norm sitting behind his desk."
  3509. "LobbyLiftEven"
  3510. "Elevator"
  3511. "I can't open them until the elevator arrives. I guess I need an access code to make that happen."
  3512. "I'm not doing that!"
  3513. "Strange coat of arms. This elevator seems to be well used. Pity it doesn't come to this floor."
  3514. "LobbyLiftOdd"
  3515. "Elevator"
  3516. "I need to enter a code first."
  3517. "That would be neat. I could do it if I changed my name to Winch or Cable."
  3518. "Normal sliding elevator doors, shiny and embossed."
  3519. "LobbyPadOdd"
  3520. "Keypad"
  3521. "I can't take that."
  3522. "It's a security code lock. No surprises there."
  3523. "LobbyPadEven"
  3524. "Keypad"
  3525. "I can't take that."
  3526. "It's a security code lock. No surprises there."
  3527. "No luck! Wrong code!"
  3528. "Yay! Progress! I wonder if I can find Saul now?"
  3529. "I don't know what it does!"
  3530. "I have it now."
  3531. "It whispers to me quietly if I hold it to my ear!"
  3532. "I can read it."
  3533. "I don't actually want it."
  3534. -
  3535. "RIOT CONTROL DEVICE\13\
  3536. \13\
  3537. Aim at the base of the non- conformist. \13\
  3538. Ensure that Lever A does not intersect its dangle angle with the potential arc of Rod C.\13\
  3539. \13\
  3540. Press all buttons labelled blue."
  3541. "Right, I need to press the three buttons at the bottom, whilst I throw the two yellow levers at the top."
  3542. "I might just be able to bore someone with it later."
  3543. -
  3544. "It's a soap script for \"MY NEIGHBOUR IS NORMAL\""
  3545. "ENTER TABITHA TO ROOM.\13\
  3546. TABITHA: Oh Mother, Tom has jilted me.\13\
  3547. MOTHER: Oh Dear, Love.\13\
  3548. TABITHA: (Weeping) He embarrassed me horribly.\13\
  3549. MOTHER: Oh Dear, Love.\13\
  3550. TABITHA: But I don't care.\13\
  3551. MOTHER: Good, Love.\13\
  3552. ROLL CREDITS..."
  3553. "Robot"
  3554. "Sinister Robot"
  3555. "RobotCamera"
  3556. "Camera"
  3557. "It's part of the machine. I don't get on with machines."
  3558. "I don't want it."
  3559. "You can't even go to the smallest room in this city without a camera taking a look."
  3560. "RobotSpeaker"
  3561. "Speakers"
  3562. "I can't do that."
  3563. "They're part of the machine."
  3564. "These must be the things that were shouting those orders earlier. Weird!"
  3565. "RobotTaser"
  3566. "Prong"
  3567. "I think it would probably prefer to use itself!"
  3568. "Far too heavy!"
  3569. "Looks like even the Norms get bored standing in one place for too long. They've sent a robot to look after me. I'm truly flattered."
  3570. "Get away from that door, Citizen!"
  3571. "Did you see yourself on TV"
  3572. "Hey, Deluge! Did you see yourself on TV? You looked gnarly, man."
  3573. "Oh, Knutson! I didn't, I'm at work, dummy! And I always look gnarly man. That's my job as guru and mentor of the revolution."
  3574. "I think you're neat"
  3575. "Brian, I think you're neat! Being as cool as you must be hard work."
  3576. "Stop brown-nosing Kent. I may lose my lunch if you carry on, and I'm not responsible for your dry-cleaning bill if I do."
  3577. "I think you suck"
  3578. "OK. You suck!"
  3579. "Well frankly, I wouldn't give you the steam off my waste products! You don't deserve to be a revolutionary!"
  3580. "Start"
  3581. "Hi"
  3582. "Kent, we are very disappointed in you. We believed that you had the skills and motivation to make a difference to the people of this city. I'm a fool for believing in you."
  3583. "You may be a fool Heather, but I haven't given up yet."
  3584. "What do you want from me?"
  3585. "What was it that you wanted me to do, exactly? I have a terrible memory."
  3586. "So bad that you forgot about the list I gave you? Kent, quit day-dreaming and.... ACHIEVE!"
  3587. "Bless you."
  3588. "Can you give me clues?"
  3589. "Can you give me any help with this? I just need one clue. C'mon, give me one infinitesimally small break here? "
  3590. "Get... a... life!"
  3591. "Bye Then"
  3592. "Bye. I'll be back. You won't call me a loser next time I come here."
  3593. "See ya. Good luck Kent."
  3594. "Start"
  3595. "Hi"
  3596. "Who the hell is that with you?! By Saul's eyes it's a Norm Trooper!"
  3597. "This is Norm 2782. He got injured when the Waffle got painted. I reckoned you guys would be able to help him. He's injured and confused."
  3598. "Well, we'll see what we can do. We don't normally like to have anything to do with his sort."
  3599. "Now go and complete the rest of your tasks."
  3600. "I've met Brian Deluge"
  3601. "I met Brian. He's a bit weird. Not really very helpful."
  3602. "Yes he can be a little strange. I guess it's the artistic temperament or something. He tends to resent new members. That's why we only have, er... three to be exact."
  3603. "You plan to undermine the current powerbase with THREE people?!"
  3604. "Well we'll have four if you manage to succeed in your tasks. So hurry, and the revolution could be happening tomorrow."
  3605. "Tomorrow."
  3606. "Tomorrow, right! Presuming of course that it's not wash day, or Brian doesn't have a gig or something."
  3607. "Brian doesn't actually do anything. He's more of a spiritual member of the group. He guides us with his thoughts and music."
  3608. "Thoughts and music."
  3609. "Sheesh!"
  3610. "What about that note?"
  3611. "Can you tell me about that note now? You went ga-ga when I showed you that, and said \"so it might be true\". Like someone in a tragic fantasy film."
  3612. "Well I can't really tell you at the moment. Finish your tasks and I WILL tell you."
  3613. "Tell you."
  3614. "OK, I'll try."
  3615. "Bye for now"
  3616. "So I'll just go and carry on the struggle then."
  3617. "Bye, Kent. Good luck. We'll just hold the fort here for a while."
  3618. "See ya soon, boy. I wish I was coming with ya."
  3619. "I'm glad you aren't."
  3620. "Start"
  3621. "Way to go, Kent! We saw Brian's tape broadcast. It was spectacular. Isn't he great?"
  3622. "I'm a huge fan."
  3623. "You must paint the sculpture in the Mall next. It's vitally important for my theories and research."
  3624. "Brian"
  3625. "I met Brian. He's a bit weird. Not really very helpful."
  3626. "Yes, he can be a little strange. I guess it's the artistic temperament or something. He tends to resent new members. That' why we only have, er.... three to be exact."
  3627. "You plan to undermine the current powerbase with THREE people?!"
  3628. "Well we'll have four if you manage to succeed in your tasks. So hurry and the revolution could be happening tomorrow."
  3629. "Tomorrow."
  3630. "Tomorrow, right! Presuming of course that it's not wash day or Brian doesn't have a gig or something."
  3631. "Brian doesn't actually do anything. He's more of a spiritual member of the group. He guides us with his thoughts and music."
  3632. "Thoughts and music."
  3633. "Sheesh!"
  3634. "Norm 2782 at the Mall"
  3635. "There's a Norm stationed at the Mall. Man, that guy's a complete spike in the derriere."
  3636. "Then you must distract him, don't harm him. There are plenty of ways to outwit those fools."
  3637. "Hey, I'm sure I'll think of one. They don't call me Kent \"Freeform Brainstorm\" Knutson for no reason you know."
  3638. "Quite. And that's why we have given you this opportunity to join our group."
  3639. "Bye for now"
  3640. "Right, I'll get back amongst it. See you later."
  3641. "Try to apply yourself, Kent. I know you are capable. Good luck."
  3642. "Good luck, Kent."
  3643. "Carefully does it."
  3644. "Don't look down!"
  3645. "I don't think I can reach there from here."
  3646. "LabCorridor"
  3647. "MainLab"
  3648. "SoundBooth"
  3649. "LabSmall"
  3650. "Forensics"
  3651. "LabLift"
  3652. "Elevator"
  3653. "LabPad"
  3654. "Keypad"
  3655. "I don't want it."
  3656. "Another one of those security things."
  3657. "LabDoorR"
  3658. "Door"
  3659. "LabDoorL"
  3660. "Door"
  3661. "ZoomToob"
  3662. "Metal Tube"
  3663. "ZoomToobPad"
  3664. "Buttons"
  3665. "GlassBooth"
  3666. "Booth"
  3667. "How?"
  3668. "There's some kind of scanner inside. I think the glass is soundproofed."
  3669. "BoothDoor"
  3670. "Glass Door"
  3671. "This door leads inside."
  3672. "SkullComputer"
  3673. "Monitor"
  3674. "I wouldn't know how. This stuff is over my head!"
  3675. "It's attached to the wall."
  3676. "It seems to be a picture of a human skull."
  3677. "LabCD"
  3678. "CD"
  3679. "LabHead"
  3680. "Head"
  3681. "What possible use could it be?"
  3682. "I thought it was marble, but it's just polystyrene. I don't want it."
  3683. "It's a model of a head. Clearly someone round here has the motto: \"To improve yourself, get a head\"!"
  3684. "AudioMonitor"
  3685. "Monitor"
  3686. "I don't think I'd better mess around with this."
  3687. "It's way to heavy!"
  3688. "It seems to be monitoring the sound levels from one of Brian's CD's. The levels look dangerously high!"
  3689. "LifeMonitor"
  3690. "Monitor"
  3691. "No way! This stuff is technical!"
  3692. "It's way too heavy!"
  3693. "It's monitoring someone's vital signs."
  3694. "LabControls"
  3695. "Control Desk"
  3696. "This is way beyond me. What does it all do?!"
  3697. "It's built into the desk."
  3698. "I think all the equipment in this room is controlled from here."
  3699. "LabOutside"
  3700. "The City"
  3701. "I do use the city, for my everyday needs."
  3702. "Who am I, some titanic God?!"
  3703. "The city. The little people going about their business, oblivious to the sinister secrets of their Police force! It makes me feel proud to be doing all this for them."
  3704. "What with?"
  3705. "OK, I'll take a couple. No one will miss them. Brian might even sign them if he's ever in a good frame of mind."
  3706. "Brian CD's. They have a sticker on them saying \"CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE\". Inspirational choice of album name: \"ZEN THROBB\"."
  3707. "...Connect the brain stem pipe to the feedback monitor, and... go away...!"
  3708. "Scientist"
  3709. -
  3710. "One of Paul's army of sados. His name badge says Conrad Smulch."
  3711. "LooseTile"
  3712. "Loose Tile"
  3713. "I suppose I could try standing on it."
  3714. "It's stuck between all of it's neighbouring tiles. I don't really want it anyway."
  3715. "This tile looks a little loose. I wonder if it's important?"
  3716. "Boring looking fountain. By expert deduction I would say that it is currently out of order."
  3717. "Well, the fountain appears to work now. Isn't it pretty?"
  3718. "Fountain"
  3719. "Looks like I fixed the fountain."
  3720. "Yes, but only momentarily, thank Paul. I don't think I could stand it if it was on permanently!"
  3721. "There might be a way, but I don't know what it is."
  3722. "That's not a good idea."
  3723. -
  3724. "Start"
  3725. "Greetings, fellow Friend of Paul."
  3726. "Yes?"
  3727. "Gizmo"
  3728. "Hello, Norm. Could you enlighten me as to what this gizmo is?"
  3729. "Where did you get this, Norm? These are controlled items."
  3730. "I just kinda found it."
  3731. "And you are not aware of its purpose?"
  3732. "No."
  3733. "Then I suggest you stay that way. You have performed correctly and quickly in bringing this to me, Norm 2782. I will inform our unparalleled leader of your initiative upon his arrival. This deed might help in his choice of punishment. You have safeguarded a sensitive secret, one that could ruin Paul's, er.... evening."
  3734. "Metal Tube"
  3735. "Norm 2782, are you experiencing difficulties with the ZOOMTOOB?"
  3736. "Er, yes."
  3737. "You need to go to the Processing Floor to sign for a prisoner before they will send one down. You also have to send the spent one back. Have you gone different, Norm?"
  3738. "Bye"
  3739. "I'll be off then."
  3740. "ZoomToob"
  3741. "Scientist1"
  3742. "Conrad Smulch"
  3743. "One of Paul's army of sados. His name badge says CONRAD SMULCH."
  3744. "LabWindow"
  3745. "Window"
  3746. "ForensicsWindow"
  3747. "Window"
  3748. "What are you doing?"
  3749. "Can you tell me what you are doing to that guy in there?"
  3750. "I am testing the Human mind's tolerance to Rock and... er, Roll. I am expecting the man to expire quite soon."
  3751. "EXPIRE!? You mean, like DIE?! What happens then? What will that prove?"
  3752. "I will then need another subject, and it will prove that this type of \"music\" is extremely dangerous indeed."
  3753. "Particularly when played at insufferable volcanic volumes."
  3754. "Pardon?"
  3755. "Er... stay Normal."
  3756. "Scaffold"
  3757. "Scaffold"
  3758. "TelLadder"
  3759. "Ladder"
  3760. "It's already in use right where it is."
  3761. "Not with this window in the way."
  3762. "Hey, that looks like a great telescopic ladder. How handy!"
  3763. "BoothDoor1"
  3764. "Glass Door"
  3765. "Let me out of here!"
  3766. "I need this to curb the waves of claustrophobia."
  3767. "BrainScanner"
  3768. "Scanner"
  3769. "I'm not touching it."
  3770. "Far too heavy!"
  3771. "This wizardry of electronics appears to monitor the subject as he is tortured!"
  3772. "ScanScreen"
  3773. "Monitor"
  3774. "I can't make head nor tail of it."
  3775. "No thanks."
  3776. "This represents the victim's mind, or something. It looks painful!"
  3777. "SkullPic"
  3778. "Picture"
  3779. "What for?"
  3780. "I don't want the scary thing!"
  3781. "Who'd want such a spooky picture on their wall?"
  3782. "LabExt"
  3783. "Extinguisher"
  3784. "I've had enough of those thing for one game!"
  3785. "I really don't want it."
  3786. "Another one of those pesky extinguishers. They seem to breed everywhere!"
  3787. "ExtAnalyzer"
  3788. "Analyzer"
  3789. "LabSkelly"
  3790. "Skeleton"
  3791. "What for? How?"
  3792. "No thanks."
  3793. "Fancy coat stand. Either that or the guy died of boredom in this office!"
  3794. "LabDoorSmall"
  3795. "Door"
  3796. "This leads back into the corridor."
  3797. "LabFiles"
  3798. "Files"
  3799. "I'm not interested in reading right now. I have work to do."
  3800. "I don't want them."
  3801. "All sorts of files and paperwork strewn about here. I bet it's all boring."
  3802. "LabPlant"
  3803. "Plant"
  3804. "Nah!"
  3805. "I don't have a garden."
  3806. "This is a plant!"
  3807. "LabFirstAid"
  3808. "Medical Cabinet"
  3809. "It's locked. Say NO to drugs, kids!"
  3810. "It's attached to the wall."
  3811. "I bet they store all kinds of drugs in here."
  3812. "They're attached to the tube!"
  3813. "There are three buttons. Two, arrows, one pointing up, the other down, and a big red button."
  3814. "Nothing seems to have happened."
  3815. "That capsule thing has disappeared."
  3816. "A capsule has arrived."
  3817. "The capsule is still here."
  3818. "The door has opened."
  3819. "The door has closed."
  3820. "Processing Floor"
  3821. "Where is the Processing Floor?"
  3822. "I am starting to worry about you, Norm. It's on the top floor, near the Pens. Next, you'll be telling me you have forgotten the code!"
  3823. "Ha, Ha, good grief! Forget the code? Never!"
  3824. "If you had forgotten I'm afraid I would have to report it to our superior. I, and others are watching you, Norm 2782. Now, keep an eye on this man. If he acts strange, inform me immediately. I have some data to study."
  3825. "ForPaint"
  3826. "Paint Samples"
  3827. "ForExt"
  3828. "Extinguisher"
  3829. "ForensicDoora"
  3830. "Door"
  3831. "It's locked from the inside too."
  3832. "I don't need this door, I could use the broken window."
  3833. "ForDog"
  3834. "Yappy Puppy"
  3835. "ForPic1"
  3836. "Photo"
  3837. "ForPic2"
  3838. "Photo"
  3839. "How?"
  3840. "What's the point?"
  3841. "Ah, the fireworks display at the Mall! That sure brightened up the city. We must do that every year."
  3842. "ForPic3"
  3843. "Photo"
  3844. "ForPic4"
  3845. "Photo"
  3846. "How?"
  3847. "What's the point?"
  3848. "He, he, I did a really great job repainting the Mall. Well, it was boring without that special touch of colour!"
  3849. "ForGlider"
  3850. "Glider"
  3851. "ForMedical"
  3852. "Medical Cabinet"
  3853. "It's locked."
  3854. "It's attached to the wall."
  3855. "Probably where they store dangerous drugs. I'm not interested."
  3856. "ForScope"
  3857. "Microscope"
  3858. "I'd have a peek, but I'm scared of seeing a huge, magnified creepy-crawly!"
  3859. "I don't want it."
  3860. "What you'd expect to find in a lab, A microscope."
  3861. "ForToothbrush"
  3862. "Toothbrush"
  3863. "I'm not using someone elses toothbrush!"
  3864. "I'm not interested."
  3865. "It's a toothbrush, but not mine."
  3866. "ForTestTubes"
  3867. "Test Tubes"
  3868. "I have no use for them."
  3869. "I don't want them."
  3870. "I expect these contain horrible, skin-burning chemicals."
  3871. "ForKeys"
  3872. "Keys"
  3873. "LabKeyLarge"
  3874. "Large key"
  3875. "LabKeySmall"
  3876. "Small Key"
  3877. "I can use them later, once I have them."
  3878. "They're mine."
  3879. "Aha! A bunch of keys hidden away in here."
  3880. "It's a large door key, I think."
  3881. "That's done the trick. It's unlocked now."
  3882. "That's not working."
  3883. "Just a door, man."
  3884. "It's locked!"
  3885. "I don't see how."
  3886. "It's a large tube. There seems to be a door leading into it. Weird!"
  3887. "LabWalkInDoor"
  3888. "Door"
  3889. "I wonder what's in here?"
  3890. "It's a small, gold key."
  3891. "LabCupboard"
  3892. "Cupboard"
  3893. "It's large enough for a couple of people."
  3894. "It's a big 'ol filing cupboard."
  3895. "Capsule"
  3896. "Capsule"
  3897. "I'm not getting in there!"
  3898. "It's too heavy."
  3899. "It's one of those things that zoom around pipes using compressed air, except this one is big enough to take a person!"
  3900. "CupbordDoor"
  3901. "Door"
  3902. "I'm getting claustrophobic in here!"
  3903. "There's no way out this way. The cradle is at street level."
  3904. "Can I h...help you young man?"
  3905. "They just lead up to the wall of this big old dumpster. There doesn't look like there's any way in."
  3906. "The only way I could pick these up is if I had a pound of plaster and an hour to kill."
  3907. "Wow! It looks as though this dumpster is a very popular place. The prints are all different. Some are big boots... I wouldn't like to find out who they belong to. Now those slinky slingback prints there... I'd like to bump into the wearer of those!"
  3908. "No way! I'm not the least interested in ironing. That's for wimps!"
  3909. "I don't want it, thanks all the same."
  3910. "Hmmm... Ironing - an occupation invented by the devil!"
  3911. "Aha! I always collect coupons, but alas this is stuck fast!"
  3912. "It's stuck to the wall. What a waste of a great offer!"
  3913. "Free Norm Snax! Whoa! Let me at 'em!"
  3914. "I wonder where this leads to?"
  3915. "I can't get up there. I don't think that glass case would support my weight!"
  3916. "There must be something up there."
  3917. "Patient"
  3918. "Patient"
  3919. "Patient1"
  3920. "Patient"
  3921. "HeadPhones"
  3922. "Headphones"
  3923. "Straps"
  3924. "Straps"
  3925. "Carefully does it. Don't want the guy to be any more damaged that he already is."
  3926. "Patient2"
  3927. "Patient"
  3928. "He's escaped!"
  3929. "Hey! The prisoner has chewed through his bonds and made a run for it."
  3930. "Where in the world is he? Is he dangerous?"
  3931. "He's in the corridor. He's knocked himself out!"
  3932. "Interesting. This Rock and Roll music evidently turns people into savages. Send him back to the Processing Floor in the tube and I will send for a fresh subject."
  3933. "What's wrong?"
  3934. "What seems to be the problem, esteemed colleague?"
  3935. "Our normally faithful slave, technology, appears to be having a tantrum again. In short, I cannot contact the Processing Floor using E-mail."
  3936. "Never mind, maybe you can find something else to do."
  3937. "This research is critical! Go up there and tell them I need a fresh volunteer sending down the tube."
  3938. "From the Processing Floor?"
  3939. "From the Processing Floor?"
  3940. "Indeed, Norm, from the Processing Floor!"
  3941. "Patient3"
  3942. "Patient"
  3943. "PatientTube"
  3944. "Patient"
  3945. -
  3946. "Look at that bald patch! I'm sure the scissors were never that big!"
  3947. "Just a set of slightly soiled scissors"
  3948. "Why would I want to do that?"
  3949. "How?"
  3950. "He still has a strap around him."
  3951. "Well, he's got one strap left now."
  3952. "No, he's all ready to send up the tube."
  3953. "I can't face carrying him again!"
  3954. "He's slumped nicely in the capsule. I'll soon have him out of the way."
  3955. "Isn't that where I am right now?"
  3956. "LabWindow1"
  3957. "Broken Window"
  3958. "ForensicsWindow1"
  3959. "Broken Window"
  3960. "Shards"
  3961. "Glass Shards"
  3962. "It's locked."
  3963. "It appears to be locked."
  3964. "Shards1"
  3965. "Glass Shard"
  3966. "ScaffoldLoc"
  3967. "TelLadder1"
  3968. "Ladder"
  3969. "I can't reach it. There's a pane of bullet-proof glass between me and it."
  3970. "Not from in here!"
  3971. "It looks like Paul's giving his favourite building a face lift. I think he should consider one for each of his loyal servants."
  3972. "PatientOnBack"
  3973. "Prisoner"
  3974. "I can't do that."
  3975. "OK, but I don't want to carry him far! He's soooo heavy!"
  3976. "He's knocked himself senseless smashing into that window. Ugh! There's nasal debris everywhere!"
  3977. "No way am I lugging this guy around the city. I refuse to leave until I've found a home for him."
  3978. "He's out cold, totally zonked."
  3979. "OK, I'll just drop him in here, and then I should be able to send him back up to the Processing Floor."
  3980. "I'd need to get a capsule into the tube so I can put him in it."
  3981. "I don't think it would be a good idea to put him here. That fiendish scientist would find him. Where can I put him?"
  3982. "That's it. He's been whisked away through the tubes to the Processing Floor. Good luck, my brain-crazed friend!"
  3983. "ForExt1"
  3984. "Extinguisher"
  3985. "It's a piece of snotty broken glass!"
  3986. "I'm not sure about that."
  3987. "One man, one brain, one ounce of nostril slime, equals one clear record!"
  3988. "That won't do any good!"
  3989. "Processing Floor"
  3990. "Hi, you couldn't tell me the code for the Processing Floor could you?"
  3991. "Why do you need that, Norm? Forgotten it have you?"
  3992. "No. Stay Normal."
  3993. "The Fountain"
  3994. "Looks like I fixed the fountain."
  3995. "Indeed you have. I must go away now. Rather sudden, I know, but I have an urgent appointment with Armitage Shanks!"
  3996. -
  3997. "Got it."
  3998. "'To the World's most normal Dad'. I didn't buy it, honest - it came with the apartment."
  3999. -
  4000. "OW! It's a bit warm! I wonder if this is how Bond changes his finger prints?"
  4001. "A cup of black coffee, but I don't want it without cream."
  4002. "OK, it's mine."
  4003. "Well... it LOOKS like a cup of lovely coffee. Of course, I know different!"
  4004. "It's empty."
  4005. "That would be disgusting without cream, and I don't have any."
  4006. "I don't want it."
  4007. "I don't see anywhere to use it around here."
  4008. "What with?"
  4009. "CogSmall"
  4010. "Small Cog"
  4011. "It's a cute little cog."
  4012. "Engine1"
  4013. "Engine"
  4014. "Engine2"
  4015. "Engine"
  4016. "I don't have anything to work on!"
  4017. "There... I managed to extract that little cog."
  4018. "I can't reach it from down here."
  4019. "I doubt I could pick it up even if I was up there. Besides, it looks filthy."
  4020. "Hmmmm... looks like an old generator, or some kind of engine."
  4021. "RustyPatch"
  4022. "Rusty Patch"
  4023. "RustyHole"
  4024. "Hole"
  4025. "There's a little puddle of rain water in the middle of the rusty patch. Oops, it's collapsed inside!"
  4026. -
  4027. "OK. I hope the guy that put it there notices it's gone or there could be a nasty accident!"
  4028. "This looks like a great telescopic ladder."
  4029. "It may come in handy later."
  4030. "The best place to stand it is round the front. The ground is firmer there."
  4031. "FacLadder"
  4032. "Ladder"
  4033. "I don't have a rig which could haul this baby."
  4034. "Are you determined to give me a hernia?"
  4035. "It looks like a haulage container."
  4036. "It's broken."
  4037. "It's way too heavy."
  4038. "It's a broken down engine."
  4039. "What with?"
  4040. "Got any other bright ideas?!"
  4041. "I made a little hole in the container. There's a strong chemical smell coming up from inside."
  4042. "I don't think it will work. Some of the bits are loose."
  4043. "Way too heavy!"
  4044. "It's definitely an engine. There's some little cogs loose inside."
  4045. "I can open them all except the one around his chest. That seems to be glued together."
  4046. "I don't think that's possible."
  4047. "There are straps holding the guy in, made from some kind of seatbelt type material."
  4048. "I can hear the music from here. It's really loud!"
  4049. "They're bolted to his head. Spooky!"
  4050. "WOW! Somebody's bolted these cans to his head!"
  4051. "He's strapped into that thing."
  4052. "He's strapped in."
  4053. "Kinda looks like he's enjoying it. You're soooo lucky, pal. I expect that makes you forget about your terrible cold."
  4054. "He's still strapped in."
  4055. "He's still strapped in."
  4056. "He's not enjoying this at all, really. His eyeballs look like they are full of milk, they've rolled so far back into his head. I should save him from that maniac in the white coat."
  4057. "Dispatch"
  4058. "Delivery"
  4059. "Processor"
  4060. "MoodFilter"
  4061. "FGrinder"
  4062. "Waste Grinder"
  4063. "It seems to be broken."
  4064. "It's too heavy."
  4065. "It's a waste grinder. Could be useful. Looks like someone was repairing it."
  4066. "FGrinder1"
  4067. "Waste Grinder"
  4068. "Now they will never know the secret of the special Mood Magnet Blocking Formula."
  4069. "There goes the doggy. Don't try this at home, kids!"
  4070. "There goes the glider. You took your last flight pal!"
  4071. "There they go. The Norms no longer have my fingerprints!"
  4072. "GrinderPanel"
  4073. "Side Panel"
  4074. "How?"
  4075. "I don't want it."
  4076. "Why is so much stuff broken in this city? It looks like there are two cogs missing."
  4077. "There's still one cog missing."
  4078. "It's fixed and running now!"
  4079. "Hey, it looks like it was made to fit! Lucky, huh?!"
  4080. "This baby fits straight in there."
  4081. "WOW! Nice grinding action!"
  4082. "Still too heavy."
  4083. "Now that I've fixed it, I can grind some things with it. But what?"
  4084. "There's no room in here."
  4085. "I don't think it works any more."
  4086. "I don't see any use for it."
  4087. -
  4088. "I don't need it."
  4089. "That's the glider I used to liberate the dogs in the Mall."
  4090. -
  4091. "I don't want it."
  4092. "This is one of the dogs I used at the Mall. Someone is really on my trail!"
  4093. -
  4094. "I don't want to get caught yellow-handed. I think I'll leave it here."
  4095. "It's a little plastic bag containing yellow flakes. The tag says: \"Paint with damping properties, developed by underground movement. Collected at crime scene MINT Mall.\""
  4096. "ProcDesk"
  4097. "Desk"
  4098. "I wouldn't know what to do with a desk."
  4099. "Sure! I think it's made of solid stone!"
  4100. "What a huge desk!"
  4101. "ProcComputer"
  4102. "Computer"
  4103. "I think it's an integral part of the desk type console thing."
  4104. "It's just one of those boring old computers."
  4105. "Here goes..."
  4106. "Get your unreliable hands off that, 2782!"
  4107. "shoutnorm"
  4108. "Norm Trooper"
  4109. "This guy looks very domineering!"
  4110. "I guess the whole thing's locked up, otherwise my friend would still be here."
  4111. "ProcScreen"
  4112. "Screen"
  4113. "ProcDoorDel"
  4114. "Door"
  4115. "ProcDoorDis"
  4116. "Door"
  4117. "It looks kinda like a door of some description."
  4118. "It looks real busy right now. I'll leave it to get on with its job. I never liked technology anyway."
  4119. "Too heavy! One great lump of sinister technology."
  4120. "What the hell does all this stuff mean?! Brain degradation state? Idea filtration coefficient? This keeps getting stranger!"
  4121. "That elevator isn't going to come! Looks like I need to find another way out."
  4122. "ProcScreen1"
  4123. "Screen"
  4124. "It doesn't seem to work."
  4125. "It's attached to the desk."
  4126. "Nothing of interest here."
  4127. "ProcLift"
  4128. "Elevator"
  4129. "I need to enter a security code first."
  4130. "It's just an elevator."
  4131. "ProcPad"
  4132. "Keypad"
  4133. "I think I know how to use these now!"
  4134. "Start"
  4135. "What are you doing here, you irresponsible uniform-filler?!"
  4136. "I would like a prisoner"
  4137. "I would like a prisoner sent down to the Research Labs."
  4138. "OK, I'll send an E-MAIL directly. Don't move, 2782, or you'll get us all into trouble."
  4139. "Looks like I'll have to take a trip there myself! The E-MAIL network isn't working."
  4140. "Bye"
  4141. "ProcHiddenDoor"
  4142. "Panel"
  4143. "I can't see how it opens!"
  4144. "That shouting dude must have slipped through here. Miss you already!"
  4145. "ZoomToobP"
  4146. "ZoomToob"
  4147. "Use the buttons!"
  4148. "It's firmly attached to the floor and ceiling."
  4149. "Reckon this is where they send prisoners all over the Ordinary Outpost."
  4150. "ZoomPadP"
  4151. "Buttons"
  4152. "These control the ZoomToob."
  4153. "Nothing's happening. Where's the capsule?"
  4154. "DispatchDoor"
  4155. "Door"
  4156. "It's a sliding door. Neat."
  4157. "I have no use for desks. Boring, officey people use desks."
  4158. "How inspiring. NOT!"
  4159. "ZoomToobDe"
  4160. "ZoomToob"
  4161. "Try using the buttons."
  4162. "It's connected to the floor."
  4163. "Ah! These things must connect up into a huge network running all around the building. This one has 'Delivery' written on it."
  4164. "ZoomPadDe"
  4165. "Buttons"
  4166. "These buttons work the thing."
  4167. "DeliveryDoor"
  4168. "Door"
  4169. "Cool door."
  4170. "HandScan"
  4171. "Small Pad"
  4172. "DelScreen"
  4173. "Screen"
  4174. "How? I think the machine next to it is the thing to use."
  4175. "Impossible!"
  4176. "Looks like a propaganda screen. What do these guys know about life?"
  4177. "\"Kent Knutson: First Offender. Evidence relating to other crimes has been lost. Considered slightly different!\""
  4178. "\"Kent Knutson: Offences include infringement of the Joyous Abstention Laws, harrassing a Norm Trooper in the pursuit of his duty, terrorism, and others! Evidence for these crimes has been processed, and has been found to be conclusive. Arrest on sight!\""
  4179. "ProcGap"
  4180. "Tiny Gap"
  4181. "I don't think I have anything slim enough to slip in there."
  4182. "I think not."
  4183. "I can hear a weird buzzing coming from inside, almost exactly as weird as the noise that gizmo from the furniture made, but I can't be sure."
  4184. "OverRide"
  4185. "Button"
  4186. "I can't."
  4187. "It's a big red mushroom of a button. There's a little sign next to it with \"Over Ride\" written on it."
  4188. "OverRide1"
  4189. "Button"
  4190. "I can't now. It's stuck in."
  4191. "I can't."
  4192. "The button's stuck in now."
  4193. "What the...!"
  4194. "Get away from there, 2782!"
  4195. "It doesn't appear to open."
  4196. "I'm not capable of doing that."
  4197. "Laminated glass. Only thing that can get through this is light."
  4198. "LabPulley"
  4199. "Pulley"
  4200. "I don't want it."
  4201. "This rope goes right down to ground level, and the pulley looks sturdy enough."
  4202. -
  4203. "Glass is dangerous, kids!"
  4204. "It's smashed. That's what I call break-dancing!"
  4205. "I should be able to climb through..."
  4206. "Here we go..."
  4207. "FullTube0"
  4208. "ZoomToob"
  4209. "Are these things mini saunas or showers? Everyone in there looks moist."
  4210. "They all look freaky in there, the glass distorts their features! No one looks very happy either."
  4211. "Nice lighting, but I suspect there's more to it than that. That noise sounds chillingly familiar too."
  4212. "I'd really rather not. This place gives me the runs!"
  4213. "Doesn't look as if it opens."
  4214. "Maybe they don't open. Maybe those people grew up in there!"
  4215. "FullTube1"
  4216. "Zoom Toob"
  4217. "FullTube2"
  4218. "Zoom Toob"
  4219. "FullTube3"
  4220. "Zoom Toob"
  4221. "FullTube4"
  4222. "Zoom Toob"
  4223. "TubePanel0"
  4224. "Panel"
  4225. "TubePanel1"
  4226. "Panel"
  4227. "How?"
  4228. "I can't."
  4229. "\"Stable\". That's all it says."
  4230. "TubePanel2"
  4231. "Panel"
  4232. "How?"
  4233. "I can't."
  4234. "This little screen says \"Spent\". How gross!"
  4235. "TubePanel3"
  4236. "Panel"
  4237. "How?"
  4238. "I can't."
  4239. "\"Drooping\"? Strange word. What kind of context are we talking here?!"
  4240. "TubePanel4"
  4241. "Panel"
  4242. "FilterScreen"
  4243. "Screen"
  4244. "How?"
  4245. "I can't."
  4246. "\"Normal\". Terrible word! Almost as bad as brain-dead!"
  4247. "This guy looks like he managed to weather the storm a little better than those other saps. I wonder what goes on inside these tubes?"
  4248. "EmptyTube"
  4249. "Zoom Toob"
  4250. "FilterDoor"
  4251. "Door"
  4252. "No way! The only switch is probably outside."
  4253. "Damn thing's locked! It must be on a timer or something."
  4254. "FilterScreen1"
  4255. "Screen"
  4256. "TubePanelVacant"
  4257. "Panel"
  4258. "How?"
  4259. "I can't."
  4260. "It reads, \"Vacant, ready for new occupant\"."
  4261. "TubePanelVacant1"
  4262. "Panel"
  4263. "How?"
  4264. "I can't."
  4265. "It reads, \"Vacant, ready for new occupant\"."
  4266. "How?"
  4267. "I can't."
  4268. "It's blank."
  4269. "How?"
  4270. "I can't."
  4271. -
  4272. "It reads, \"New Mood Filter Arrival Imminent.\" I have a strange sinking feeling."
  4273. "Session begins."
  4274. "FullMoodTube"
  4275. "Zoom Toob"
  4276. "Spark1"
  4277. "Spark"
  4278. "How?"
  4279. "They're avoiding my clutches!"
  4280. "Spark2"
  4281. "Spark"
  4282. "How?"
  4283. "They're avoiding my clutches!"
  4284. -
  4285. "Spark3"
  4286. "Spark"
  4287. "How?"
  4288. "They're avoiding my clutches!"
  4289. "Spark4"
  4290. "Spark"
  4291. "How?"
  4292. "They're avoiding my clutches!"
  4293. "What the hell are these?! Whoa, I can feel every hair on my body straightening out and standing on end! This is great!"
  4294. "That hit me straight between the eyes! I've just had a terrific idea for a game show! Most peculiar."
  4295. "What is this? I have a tremendous piece for three pianos held in my head! I don't even know what the black keys are for!"
  4296. "I want this to stop! My grey matter is about to seep onto my shoulders!"
  4297. "FilterScreen2"
  4298. "Screen"
  4299. "How?"
  4300. "It's attached to the wall."
  4301. "Now it says, \"Population Idea Filtration in Progress. South River Furniture Transmissions under scrutiny\". It makes no sense."
  4302. "TubePanelActive"
  4303. "Panel"
  4304. "How?"
  4305. "I can't."
  4306. "It says, \"Component Active\". I hope it's not referring to the people inside!"
  4307. "Hi there, can I get you a drink?"
  4308. "Would you like an Aspirin?"
  4309. "Excuse me?"
  4310. "Ahem... could I help you with anything, Sir?"
  4311. "PaulTube"
  4312. "Zoom Toob"
  4313. "My God! It's leader Paul! Or it could be S..."
  4314. "Aha! It's keeping the TV on."
  4315. "Hardly!"
  4316. "I don't know how to use this. I'm not really sure I'd like to try!"
  4317. "Sheesh, this is creepy! That dude's soaked. He doesn't look too hot either, his flesh is all waxy and slack!"
  4318. "No way! If I end up like that I might jeopardise my new-found friendship."
  4319. "Scary chick, look at that grin! Check out those eyes. The last time I saw peepers like that was at a taxidermy exhibition."
  4320. "I'm in a kinda good but could get worse any minute, mood. Using this could potentially ruin my day."
  4321. "Whoever that is looks like they got plenty on their mind!"
  4322. "Still no luck. They're super cold!"
  4323. "I can't."
  4324. "All the tubes are suddenly vacant. It looks like those people disappeared through the floor."
  4325. "CellWindow"
  4326. "Window"
  4327. "Cell"
  4328. "I can see the city out there in all its polluted splendour. Surely they could do something to brighten the place up. Something along the lines of the Great Fire of London perhaps."
  4329. "How in hell could I do that?!"
  4330. "Not so much a window, more a slightly transparent piece of wall."
  4331. "CellDoor"
  4332. "Door"
  4333. "CellDoor1"
  4334. "Door"
  4335. "Bench"
  4336. "Bench"
  4337. "Yeah, maybe sitting down and thinking the situation over might help."
  4338. "CellWalls"
  4339. "Walls"
  4340. "How?"
  4341. "Those old blue walls! I never thought I'd see them again. What a depressing colour scheme! How did I get myself into this mess?"
  4342. "cellnorm"
  4343. "Norm"
  4344. "Start"
  4345. "Hey, Norm!"
  4346. "I want to use the bathroom."
  4347. "Hey, I want to use the bathroom."
  4348. "We take you once in the morning and once at night. Keep it tight and be quiet!"
  4349. "How do I escape?"
  4350. "How do I escape this hellhole?"
  4351. "No one ever has. I hope that's improved your day, weirdo. Shoulda stayed in your apartment like a good boy!"
  4352. "I have to rescue someone."
  4353. "Please let me out?! I have someone to rescue."
  4354. "Is that some kind of joke?! Shut up Knutson, otherwise your life could get real hard!"
  4355. "I'll shut up then."
  4356. "I'll shut up then."
  4357. "Do it!"
  4358. "I'm not listening to you any more. Shut up and suffer!"
  4359. "Another Norm Trooper on guard. If he's as gullible as Norm 2782, I might be able to sneak out of here."
  4360. "OrificeC"
  4361. "Orifice"
  4362. "It's a part of the building structure!"
  4363. "OrificeF"
  4364. "Orifice"
  4365. "I'm not touching it without rubber gloves!"
  4366. "Is that a John on the ceiling? What kind of people do they keep in here?!"
  4367. "This is a family game. Plus, I'm not sure what it does."
  4368. "What...?! Sparks, like the ones in that room where I met Paul."
  4369. "I think it's decided to use itself. I'm not very comfortable right now!"
  4370. "There must be a circular system of these throughout the building. Prisoners must keep going round 'till they expire."
  4371. "No way! I don't want to go back in there. Gourd overload!"
  4372. "This MUST be the John, but not like one I ever saw before!"
  4373. "Not in a family game!"
  4374. "Oh, oooh! Something freaky this way comes!"
  4375. "It seems to be automated."
  4376. "I do NOT like these! They give me the creeps! I don't want to go back in there, I feel totally drained!"
  4377. "That is something I'd prefer to avoid while I'm still able to breathe."
  4378. "Very, extremely locked!"
  4379. "This door is designed with two purposes: To confound and depress a potential escapee."
  4380. "FoodMat"
  4381. "Food-Mat"
  4382. "It's a *FOOD* Hatch. Sorta like a dumb waiter, I suppose."
  4383. "Stainless steel tray, a dispensing nozzle, and cutlery on unbreakable plastic cords. They're just a little too short to make eating a pleasure."
  4384. "There's nothing on the tray at the moment. It can't be feeding time yet."
  4385. "Fork"
  4386. "Fork and Spoon"
  4387. "CellHatch"
  4388. "Small Door"
  4389. "Splint"
  4390. "Splint"
  4391. "StuckGizmo"
  4392. "Gizmo"
  4393. "CellGizmo1"
  4394. "Gizmo"
  4395. "I can just get them to my mouth if I stoop."
  4396. "KingRat"
  4397. "King Rat"
  4398. "He looks way too mean to get close to!"
  4399. "Uh-huh! I'm not going near him!"
  4400. "This guy seems to be the sensei of those ninja turds!"
  4401. "NinjaTurd"
  4402. "Ninja Turd"
  4403. "If I had these guys as friends, I'd never be afraid of anybody!"
  4404. "No thanks!"
  4405. "Wait a minute... haven't I wandered into the wrong game?!"
  4406. "One of those weird orifii. Who knows where it leads? Another cell?"
  4407. "Not until it wants to."
  4408. "That's where I came in from. This isn't the same cell I was in before."
  4409. "I can't get up there, and I'd rather not go back."
  4410. "The cell above must be through there."
  4411. "I'm staying away from it."
  4412. "The way down to another cell? This is getting monotonous!"
  4413. "In a few minutes probably!"
  4414. "CellSpark"
  4415. "Spark"
  4416. "I haven't figured out how to yet."
  4417. "I can't."
  4418. "Aaagh! As soon as I get near to the toob, my mind just fills with all kinds of strange thoughts! Wonderful ideas, dark imaginings... phew!"
  4419. "I can't."
  4420. "New people! Look at their faces, they look like angels or something. Their eyes are flickering all over the place."
  4421. "Gizmos"
  4422. "Have you any idea what these are? I've found lots today. They all seem to be hidden inside furniture."
  4423. "I've seen little crushed up parts similar to these in the trash thrown out of the furniture plant."
  4424. "So you have an idea then?"
  4425. "Not right now, but leave it with me and I'll try to work out what it does. I have my suspicions already."
  4426. "Gizmos"
  4427. "Have you any idea what these are? I've found lots today. They all seem to be hidden in furniture."
  4428. "I've seen little crushed up parts similar to these in the trash thrown out of the furniture plant."
  4429. "So you have an idea then?"
  4430. "Not right now, but leave it with me and I'll try to work out what it does. I have my suspicions already."
  4431. "It's too heavy to move!"
  4432. "Nice gates. They lead to the street, but I guess you already knew that?!"
  4433. "Start"
  4434. "WELL DONE KENT! You have proved that you are capable of acting on your own initiative. Just what we all wanted to see."
  4435. "Not exactly ALL, Heather. I was kinda happy with the progress we were making."
  4436. "But we weren't making any progress Brian!"
  4437. "Things weren't so bad. I've sold a few copies of 'Zen Throbb'. The message is already out there. I think we should wait for the groundswell before we further expose group safety by taking further action."
  4438. "There IS no groundswell, Brian! Kent is part of the group now, our man in the field. There is NO argument."
  4439. "How do you feel about that, Kent?"
  4440. "Er, Fine."
  4441. "I feel fine about that Brian. It gives me some purpose to my life."
  4442. "Cool! Welcome aboard."
  4443. "Well, not too comfortable"
  4444. "Well, not too comfortable, to be honest. I thought you would all be pulling in the same direction. I thought there would be more of you. And I thought you would have all kinds of weapons and gadgets like in the movies."
  4445. "Kent, it's just group dynamics. We all share a vision of the same goal, but our opinions differ on the best route to get there. We'll be just fine. The only gadgets we need are our minds and spirit of difference."
  4446. "Gizmos"
  4447. "So, is there any news on the gizmos from the factory? What do you reckon they do?"
  4448. "As yet I have made limited progress. I have a hunch that they might be something to do with people's behaviour patterns, but I can't quite pin it down."
  4449. "Do you think that you might discover their secret soon? It seems a little sinister that no one knows EXACTLY what they do!"
  4450. "Well we think that we MIGHT know where a man is who COULD help us out with this problem. Your note was a clue."
  4451. "Note"
  4452. "Oh yeah, the note. Who was that from?"
  4453. "It's from Saul, not-quite-dead twin brother of Leader Paul."
  4454. "He's still alive?!"
  4455. "He is, and somehow he knows about our group."
  4456. "Saul"
  4457. "So, what do we do next?"
  4458. "The next thing YOU do is infiltrate the Ordinary Outpost and liberate Saul. His knowledge would be invaluable at this time."
  4459. "Just me?"
  4460. "Could I just..."
  4461. "It makes more sense for you to do it on your own, Kent. You stand more chance of succeeding. It's bound to work because it's exactly what the Norm's least expect."
  4462. "Dead right! And you expect me to pull it off alone?"
  4463. "Dai will wait for you on the roof in one of his cradles. He will bring you safely down to earth."
  4464. "How do I infiltrate it?"
  4465. "They'll finger me as soon as I walk in! I'll be lobotomised before you can say scalpel!"
  4466. "No. I have made a few alterations to Norm 2782's uniform. It will be a perfect disguise. When you leave, you must wear it."
  4467. "Why is Saul important?"
  4468. "Why is this Saul guy so important? I know he's Paul's twin brother and stuff, but if he's been locked up for the thirty years since the Great Shake-Up. He's gonna be whacked out of his brain!"
  4469. "His note says different. Kent, we MUST free him. You are just the, er... man for the job."
  4470. "It's kinda looking that way, I must admit."
  4471. "OK, I'm on it."
  4472. "OK. As much as I think this is crazy, I'll do it. I've nothing to lose anyhow."
  4473. "Your name will be legend. Good luck Kent! Free Saul! Work your way to the roof of the Ordinary Outpost. Dai will be waiting for you there in one of his cradles."
  4474. "I want to go home!"
  4475. "I don't like this. I want to go home!"
  4476. "Shut up and listen, Kent."
  4477. "Norm"
  4478. "How's that Norm shaping up? He wasn't in great shape last time I saw him."
  4479. "He has a piece of fire extinguisher lodged in his head, Kent. Although his condition is serious, he's in surprisingly high spirits. These Norms must be hard men indeed."
  4480. "How?"
  4481. "They make my hair stand on end when I get close."
  4482. "These are like the things I saw in that room full of tubes. It usually means something very odd is about to happen!"
  4483. "It's chained to the wall."
  4484. "I guess they don't like people getting comfortable around here. I don't reckon these flimsy chains could take my weight anyway. One of them looks really worn."
  4485. "CellDoor2"
  4486. "Door"
  4487. "There's no way out through there at the moment."
  4488. "The cell door. Looks like no one around here is dense enough to leave 'em unlocked. What's wrong with a bit of inefficiency? I always seem to get by with it."
  4489. "CellDoor3"
  4490. "Door"
  4491. "What for? I don't think I could squeeze through there!"
  4492. "So much stuff needs fixing around here. At least that much is normal. It doesn't look as if they can close this little hatch."
  4493. "Who are they trying to kid? I bet most lard-asses sleep with their heads under the *FOOD* nozzle."
  4494. "Barf! There must be ten pounds of edible slurry here!"
  4495. "I... ain't hungry. Maybe I could smear the walls with it or something constructive like that, to display my objection to being locked up."
  4496. "Why would they want to put eating utensils on such short cords?"
  4497. "These leads reach halfway to the door, probably stopping the inmate from taking the guard by surprise with a sharpened spoon."
  4498. "There's no *FOOD* to use them with."
  4499. "Hmmmmph! Got it!"
  4500. "They're attached to the machine."
  4501. "Humph! No it won't break. I need to give it a really good smack with something. It's begging for punishment."
  4502. "Bench3"
  4503. "Bench"
  4504. "Hardly, it's chained to the wall!"
  4505. "This bench looks like it was replaced yesterday."
  4506. "OOF! Sheesh that smarts!"
  4507. "Bench3A"
  4508. "Bench"
  4509. "It's chained firmly to the wall."
  4510. "Another one of those soooo comfortable benches. I have a bigger chopping board at home."
  4511. "Plank"
  4512. "Plank"
  4513. "I can't get it out of the remnants of the bench. Can't do much with it 'till then."
  4514. "I need to get it out of the bench first."
  4515. "Still making strange noises. Good."
  4516. "CellGizmo2"
  4517. "Gizmo"
  4518. "Denim"
  4519. "Scrap of Cloth"
  4520. "Got it."
  4521. "It's a long straight piece of plastic. Solid. Sturdy."
  4522. "What for?"
  4523. "Hey, hey! That's done it! The sucker's busted!"
  4524. "CellGizmo3"
  4525. "Gizmo"
  4526. "Gravy"
  4527. "Gravy Drip"
  4528. "I ain't lickin' that up!"
  4529. "I can't think of much to write. Also, I don't want to wipe up that much mulch with it, it seems pointless."
  4530. "Hey, yeah! I'll do Saul's trick. I'll write him a note in gravy!"
  4531. "DenimNote"
  4532. "Denim Note"
  4533. "I need to let Saul read it somehow."
  4534. "I seem to have created a primitive message delivery machine. A note on a stick."
  4535. "NoteOnStick"
  4536. "Note on a Stick"
  4537. "Not sure if it's working. There are no perculiar noises coming from this one. Wher can I get another?"
  4538. "No point, it's not working."
  4539. "Damn it! Too much strength! It's out, but in pieces, silent pieces!"
  4540. "Have you ever tried to pick up gravy with your hands?"
  4541. "There's a skin on it. Still soft beneath though. I imagine it looks fairly similar AFTER digestion!"
  4542. "CellBracket"
  4543. "Bracket"
  4544. "It's attached to the wall."
  4545. "Whoa! Jeez! Food's flooding out everywhere! Norm, get me outa this hole, or I'll die the most tasteless brown death ever!"
  4546. "I think you missed my ear!"
  4547. "CellLooDoor"
  4548. "Door"
  4549. "Throne"
  4550. "Toilet"
  4551. "Urinal"
  4552. "Urinal"
  4553. "CellDryer"
  4554. "Hand Dryer"
  4555. "CellBasin"
  4556. "Wash Basin"
  4557. "I have no time for that."
  4558. "Nope."
  4559. "Just a normal wash basin, but from my experience, unusually clean."
  4560. "Shower"
  4561. "Shower"
  4562. "I can't. There's no shower head!"
  4563. "I know this is a shower, but they appear to use hoses rather than fixed showers!"
  4564. "ShowerDoor"
  4565. "Glass Door"
  4566. "A nice glass door. It's almost invisible. I wonder how many people have walked into it by mistake?!"
  4567. "What with?"
  4568. "Just a lightweight cubicle door. Nice touch of irony with the sign."
  4569. "CellToiletDoor"
  4570. "Door"
  4571. "You really want me to do that? I thought this was a family game? Besides, I'm not thirsty!"
  4572. "No way! It's firmly attached to the floor."
  4573. "This is strange. It appears to be made of some kind of hard resin. I can hear that weird sound here too, but it sounds slightly different."
  4574. -
  4575. "Ummm... no thanks."
  4576. "Gentlemen use these to avoid getting their shoes wet."
  4577. "OK, but only if you promise to look away!"
  4578. "loonorm"
  4579. "Norm Trooper"
  4580. "Come on, you! I don't have all day. Do your business and back to your cell!"
  4581. "Gee, he's getting a little familiar! Can't a guy go to the John without being watched?"
  4582. "Most ignorant guy I ever met! At least Norm 2782 quoted rules and stuff at me, before his lucky injury."
  4583. "Start"
  4584. "Excuse me..."
  4585. "Could I just..."
  4586. "Could I just..."
  4587. "Just get on with what you came to do, Boy! Disgusting though it may be!"
  4588. "I was just wondering if..."
  4589. "I was just wondering if..."
  4590. "HURRY, will ya? I have to go stand in the corridor some more."
  4591. "Well, why don't you go right ahead and stand..."
  4592. "Nice try, Citizen! I may be stupid, but I'm not smart!"
  4593. "Bye then"
  4594. "Sheesh!"
  4595. "There's just no way out of here!"
  4596. -
  4597. "Saul, one of my transmitters is broken. Any helpful suggestions?"
  4598. "LobbyLiftInsideEven"
  4599. "Exit Door"
  4600. "This gets me out of this elevator."
  4601. "LobbyLiftInsideOdd"
  4602. "Exit Door"
  4603. "This leads out of the elevator."
  4604. "I need to enter a code to use it."
  4605. "I came up this elevator from the Lobby downstairs."
  4606. "LabLiftInside"
  4607. "Exit Door"
  4608. "This gets me out of this elevator."
  4609. "ProcLiftInside"
  4610. "Exit Door"
  4611. "This leads out, where I want to go, I hope?"
  4612. "FlatFridgeDoor"
  4613. "Fridge"
  4614. "FridgeFood"
  4615. "Food Remnants"
  4616. "No way am I going to eat those!"
  4617. "No way! They're probably alive with creepy crawlies!"
  4618. "This food is months old. Yuk!"
  4619. "FlatMilk"
  4620. "Milk"
  4621. "That stuff is toxic with bacteria! No way am I drinking that!"
  4622. "No thanks."
  4623. "This milk is an antique. I'm seeing if I can make cheese!"
  4624. "Cistern"
  4625. "Cistern"
  4626. "I can't flush the toilet. The ballcock seems to be jammed for some reason."
  4627. "I can't do that."
  4628. "It's just the cistern."
  4629. "BogGizmo"
  4630. "Submerged Gizmo"
  4631. "CellGizmo4"
  4632. "Wet Gizmo"
  4633. "OK, Mister! That's your cue to squeeze and leave!"
  4634. "OK. That's enough! Back to the cell with you!"
  4635. "I just seem to be collecting junk around here."
  4636. "It's some kind of bracket."
  4637. "I can't use it here."
  4638. -
  4639. "These suckers work underwater too. Looks like folks lose more than they think in the smallest room around here."
  4640. "OK, I have it. I'll just hide it about my person."
  4641. "Norm 2782, Camera crew. Camera Crew, Norm 2782."
  4642. "TVCrew"
  4643. "TV Technician"
  4644. "Start"
  4645. "Norm 2782, we're putting together an in-depth documentary about you and your brave attempts to stop the evil path of subversion, and your time in captivity at their hideout, and how this affects you on a daily basis."
  4646. "What?"
  4647. "We will be filming and listening to you at all times with hidden cameras and mics. Please try to act as naturally as possible."
  4648. "You'll have to leave."
  4649. "Hey guy, I appreciate the attention but I'm gonna have to ask you to leave. Thanks and all. Maybe another day."
  4650. "Ah, sorry Paul didn't tell you. He has commissioned this work. He wants some footage to show the population what a dangerous job you Norm guys do. He said you were a perfect example of how police action can screw you up."
  4651. "OK, get on with it."
  4652. "OK, I guess you should get on with it. I'll try to be as natural as possible. If I do anything weird it's probably the after-effects of my trauma. I was deeply affected."
  4653. "Thank you for your co-operation. Just pretend I'm not here. Be yourself please. Your comfort is our pleasure."
  4654. "Start"
  4655. "Hey, you!"
  4656. "Yes, Norm 2782?"
  4657. "Why don't you take five?"
  4658. "Why don't you take five, buddy? You're looking a little grey around the eyes there."
  4659. "I was awake and alert for twelve consecutive days when Saul Nystalux passed away. Sleep is a luxury to me, plus I can't leave my gorgeous equipment unattended. Thanks for the offer though Norm."
  4660. "Do you need the bathroom?"
  4661. "Say, don't you need to go to the bathroom? The old waistline looks a little bloated, plus if you hang on to your, er.... toxins, you might make yourself sick."
  4662. "No, I went just before you arrived. I'm not too regular to be honest. Must be the odd hours that I work."
  4663. "When aren't you recording?"
  4664. "Is there any time when you aren't recording? Changing a tape for example?"
  4665. "NO, its continuous. All kept in yonder black box by my feet. Totally solid state, no moving parts. Ahhh, the miracle of silicon! Ask any lifeguard!"
  4666. "Can you always see me?"
  4667. "Is there anywhere where you can't see or hear me? Or do you see EVERYTHING?"
  4668. "Everything, Love! Everything! I see everything. But don't worry, we won't be using the meatier shots."
  4669. "Back to work then..."
  4670. "I'll get back to my duties then. Make sure you get my best side."
  4671. "StaffRoomDoor"
  4672. "Door"
  4673. "CellLooOutsideDoor"
  4674. "Door"
  4675. "The guy's plump and well buffed. Looks like he's thoroughly efficient. That means he won't miss a trick. I gotta throw him off my scent."
  4676. "CellMonitor"
  4677. "Control Desk"
  4678. "More buttons than a pearly king's best suit. This must be mission control."
  4679. "That's right, Norm. With this baby I can record your every move and sound. Don't worry, we won't miss a damn thing! Just try to act natural."
  4680. "I'll try."
  4681. "Ahhh, sorry! I like to keep a little safety zone around my equipment. This little bute's worth more than you pull down in a decade, so could you just leave it where I put it? Thank you."
  4682. "Twisting knobs and pushing buttons! Even a rabid chimp could do it!"
  4683. "Whooooah! Hold it right there! It takes more than ten years to learn how to operate this console, and you've never seen one before, have you? If you stick to your tasks I'll stick to mine. Just pretend I'm not here."
  4684. "CellBag"
  4685. "Black Bag"
  4686. "I don't know how to use all these cameras and mics. I guess they work in conjunction with that control console."
  4687. "It's a bag full of what appears to be miniature cameras and microphones. They're all black and shiny, like little dog's noses."
  4688. "Here goes..."
  4689. "I'll thank you to leave those right there, Norm. You are a curious one aren't you?. They're just bugs which are surplus to my requirements. Most are hidden. If you spot any, try not to break them. They're very very fragile, and not cheap."
  4690. "CellData"
  4691. "Data Unit"
  4692. "There appears to be no way of using it."
  4693. "A small black electronic box."
  4694. "That's the data recording unit. Incredible piece of wizardry."
  4695. "It looks kinda solid and heavy."
  4696. "Please don't touch that!"
  4697. "CellDoor1A"
  4698. "Door"
  4699. "I can't, it's locked at the moment. I don't have the keys."
  4700. "It appears to be a cell door."
  4701. "I can't reach it from here. If I had a bit more length, I think I could."
  4702. "Ah, another cell. I wonder if that's where they keep Saul?"
  4703. "CellDoorVacant"
  4704. "Door"
  4705. "CellDoorFull"
  4706. "Door"
  4707. "This baby's locked."
  4708. "It leads into a cell."
  4709. "CellDoorFull1"
  4710. "Door"
  4711. "I'd rather not even try to. Insanity isn't contagious, but that doesn't stop it being inflicted upon others."
  4712. "A sturdy door, made to keep people getting out. I'm glad, because judging from those noises, whatever's in there is a few cogs short of a clock!"
  4713. "Start"
  4714. -
  4715. "No can do. It's locked."
  4716. "A well-made cell door."
  4717. "StaffDesk"
  4718. "Huge Desk"
  4719. "You want me to dance on it?!"
  4720. "It's a little too bulky."
  4721. "This must be where the Norms chew the fat and brag about the size of their children."
  4722. "StaffFoodMat"
  4723. "Food-Mat"
  4724. "StaffNotice"
  4725. "NoticeBoard"
  4726. "You think I should add to this already monstrous clutter?"
  4727. "I think it serves more purpose where it is."
  4728. "Wow! These guys are about as efficient as I am at getting their stuff together. Must be a hundred pieces of paper on this!"
  4729. "StaffOutOfOrder"
  4730. "Notice"
  4731. "StaffLedger"
  4732. "Ledger"
  4733. "StaffBin"
  4734. "Bin"
  4735. "What?"
  4736. "I don't need a waste container."
  4737. "It's full of trash."
  4738. "All real men have to go here at some time during each day."
  4739. "I guess this is the staff room."
  4740. "StaffRoomDoorOut"
  4741. "Door"
  4742. "This leads back to the corridor."
  4743. "ZoomControlDoor"
  4744. "Door"
  4745. -
  4746. "This sounds interesting..."
  4747. "ZoomControlOutDoor"
  4748. "Door"
  4749. "The exit door."
  4750. "CellPaper1"
  4751. "Paper"
  4752. "CellPaper2"
  4753. "Printout"
  4754. "CellPaper4"
  4755. "Paper"
  4756. "CellPaper5"
  4757. "Paper Ball"
  4758. "CellPaper5A"
  4759. "Creased Paper"
  4760. "StaffBureau"
  4761. "Bureau"
  4762. "ZoomDiagram"
  4763. "Diagram"
  4764. "I think it's just meant to be looked at!"
  4765. "Nope!"
  4766. "Fairly straight forward... I think. It's the layout of this floor."
  4767. "ZoomRouteScreen"
  4768. "Display"
  4769. "How?"
  4770. "I can't."
  4771. "This appears to be a layout of ZoomToobs. Complicated stuff!"
  4772. "ZoomButton"
  4773. "Button"
  4774. "Pedal1"
  4775. "Pedal"
  4776. -
  4777. -
  4778. "Pedal2"
  4779. "Pedal"
  4780. "Pedal3"
  4781. "Pedal"
  4782. "Pedal4"
  4783. "Pedal"
  4784. "Pedal5"
  4785. "Pedal"
  4786. "I can't, it's set into the floor."
  4787. "It's some kind of foot pedal."
  4788. "CellPaper3"
  4789. "Paper"
  4790. "I pushed it. It's gone almost flush with the floor."
  4791. "It's raised into the up position."
  4792. "I'm not eating them!"
  4793. "I'll have to fumigate my pockets if I do!"
  4794. "These are well out of date. Phew! Who would leave a few smelly sardines in a locked fridge?"
  4795. "I love Walnut Cones, but I don't want to steal someone elses food stash!"
  4796. "This tasty morsel belongs to someone else."
  4797. "Aha! A Walnut Cone!"
  4798. "I have no use for it."
  4799. "I have no use for it."
  4800. "There's all sorts of junk here! That circuit board looks interesting..."
  4801. "What for? I guess I could stick it on the outside of my front door!"
  4802. "It's surprisingly heavy!"
  4803. "Why are they keeping this old road sign? I thought it was traditional to collect traffic cones?"
  4804. "I could never use such an innocent creature!"
  4805. "Here sweetie... OW! What a nasty creature!"
  4806. "Ah, look at that! How sweet! I think it's a little otter!"
  4807. "I don't know what it does."
  4808. "I've got it, but I'm not comfortable with the idea."
  4809. "What the heck is this? I think it came from my couch. It's making some really weird sounds! Spooky!"
  4810. "BlownUpDoor"
  4811. "Door"
  4812. "It's totally useless."
  4813. "I bet I could now! Those hinges can't be that strong."
  4814. "I think this door is kinda redundant now, what with there being no walls!"
  4815. "DisasterSkip"
  4816. "Waste Dumpster"
  4817. "StreetRubble"
  4818. "Rubble"
  4819. "TruckGrille"
  4820. "Broken Grille"
  4821. "ShopWalls"
  4822. "Ruined Walls"
  4823. "TurbineFire"
  4824. "Fire"
  4825. -
  4826. "I'd better not remove it."
  4827. "This is where the Mood Magnet circuits are fed from the turbine. My work begins here."
  4828. "Right, I'm supposed to short-circuit this circuit to create a feedback loop. Here goes..."
  4829. "Hey, what's happening?"
  4830. "I don't see how."
  4831. "Impossible!"
  4832. "Someone's made a start at clearing up my mess!"
  4833. "This is no use to anyone ever again!"
  4834. "It's attached to the truck."
  4835. "That plank has gone right through the grille. I expect the engine has been trashed!"
  4836. "It's trapped there by huge chunks of what used to be the TV shop."
  4837. "Even Arnold Schwarzenegger couldn't do that!"
  4838. "It's a Norm Trooper truck. I reckon they have a prisoner in the back of it. I further suspect that it might be my fellow adventurer Dai."
  4839. "I don't think they're much use to anyone now!"
  4840. "If I touch them, they're likely to fall on me!"
  4841. "All that's left of the TV shop. Ooops!"
  4842. "How?"
  4843. "Geez, I really made a mess of that power station. Well, at least the flames warm the place up a bit!"
  4844. "It's locked, but I can hear a couple of Norms inside."
  4845. "Those stiffs are still arguing in there."
  4846. "I think that's had some effect."
  4847. "STRIKE!! I think they're having a partly-digested food fight!"
  4848. "TruckNorm1"
  4849. "TruckNorm2"
  4850. "TruckCab"
  4851. "Truck Cab"
  4852. "Start"
  4853. "I do not believe it, Norm. Have you bean eating bean brunch *FOOD* again?"
  4854. "I have not! I was keeping quiet, I didn't want to bring it up. There is little point in causing aggravation when we are locked together in this truck all day. Now please be quiet and try to control your emissions."
  4855. "It was not me, Norm! Leader Paul will hear of this disgusting incident. If his nose doesn't detect it first that is."
  4856. "End"
  4857. "Start"
  4858. "You did!"
  4859. "I didn't!"
  4860. "Why not just come clean, ay? You've got a backside like the top of a brown sauce bottle, you!"
  4861. "You can talk!"
  4862. "End"
  4863. "Start"
  4864. "It smells like a sewer in here!"
  4865. "Oh no! I think I'm going to spew!"
  4866. "Please be quiet oh revered colleague! If it gets much worse, I might and all!"
  4867. "End"
  4868. "Start"
  4869. "Oh, that's it! I can't hold back any longer! Sorry mate but you've asked for this!! BLERCH!!"
  4870. "You barfed on my uniform! SPLEEEURCH!!"
  4871. "Bye"
  4872. "The door's locked. These Norms don't like to take risks. Reckon I'll have to smoke them out or something."
  4873. "TruckRear"
  4874. "Rear Doors"
  4875. "TruckDoor"
  4876. "Start"
  4877. "JUNK"
  4878. "JUNK"
  4879. "Do you feel OK?"
  4880. "This *FOOD* is defrosting rapidly. It's getting soggy and gooey!"
  4881. "I'll straighten it out."
  4882. "OK, it's mine."
  4883. "A ball of paper, ideal for playing office basketball."
  4884. "LongPipe"
  4885. "Rubber Pipe"
  4886. "Phew! I thought it was a snake! It's just a rubber hose."
  4887. "I can't reach it from here."
  4888. "Aha, I can grab it now."
  4889. "Planks"
  4890. "Plank"
  4891. "WaffleYellow"
  4892. "Yellow Waffle"
  4893. "I think I've done enough damage, don't you?!"
  4894. "That paint sprayer has made a real mess of the Mall. Actually, I like yellow, it's cheerful."
  4895. "CratesFire"
  4896. "Fire"
  4897. "RuinedMall"
  4898. "Ruined Walls"
  4899. "No way. I've done enough damage!"
  4900. "What for?"
  4901. "That explosion has ripped the Mall apart. Whoa! Time to get outta here!"
  4902. "They're too hot to handle."
  4903. "Not a good idea!"
  4904. "Even now some fire crackers are still going off. What a great fireworks show!"
  4905. "The toilet door. Extraordinary powers of observation!"
  4906. "StreetGrille"
  4907. "Air Vent"
  4908. "What do you want me to do?"
  4909. "It's attached to the wall!"
  4910. "The smell from this grille suggests that it sucks air out of my bathroom."
  4911. "What am I supposed to do with it?"
  4912. "TruckVent"
  4913. "Air Intake"
  4914. "Yeah, I can connect this pipe between the wall vent and the truck air intake."
  4915. "Nah, this is too fat and too long for in here."
  4916. "Yeah, I can siphon away those horrible smells from the hole, out through the fan."
  4917. "This pipe is not long enough to go anywhere!"
  4918. "LongPipe1"
  4919. "Pipe"
  4920. "I've got it now."
  4921. "It's like a huge piece of rubber spaghetti!"
  4922. "What do you want me to do, blow in it?"
  4923. "It's attached to the truck."
  4924. "This is the sole air intake for the truck. Our city has no concept of functional design."
  4925. "I already have!"
  4926. "I'll leave it here, I think."
  4927. "This is pumping noxious fumes from the building into the truck."
  4928. "Start2"
  4929. "Hi, I'm back. I'm sorta working on a rescue. Are you still in there?"
  4930. "BLONG!"
  4931. "Start"
  4932. "Hello? Is anyone in there? Knock once for yes and twice for no."
  4933. "BLONG!"
  4934. "Are you OK in there?"
  4935. "Do you feel all right in there?"
  4936. "BLONG!"
  4937. "Are you alright in there?"
  4938. "I think I may have made a little progress. How's it hangin'?"
  4939. "BLONG! (pause)... BLONG! BLONG!"
  4940. "Are you still alright?"
  4941. "I think I may have made a little progress. How's it hangin'?"
  4942. "BLONG! (Pause)... BLONG! BLONG!"
  4943. "Are you sure you're OK?"
  4944. "Right! I think I might have caused a diversion. Are you feeling all right? Can you do anything?"
  4945. "BLONG! BLONG!"
  4946. "HUUUARGH!"
  4947. "I might have gone too far this time!"
  4948. "BLONG!!"
  4949. "Do you recognise me?"
  4950. "Can you recognise my voice?"
  4951. "BLONG!"
  4952. "Is that Dai in there?"
  4953. "BLONG!"
  4954. "Stay right there! I'll work something out."
  4955. "Is there a grille in there?"
  4956. "Is there a grille in there?"
  4957. "BLONG!"
  4958. "I'll be back..."
  4959. "I'll be back soon."
  4960. "Start"
  4961. "Hey Dai! Great to see you. How are ya?"
  4962. "A bit shaky, son. That sure was a foul smell you subjected me to. Near knocked me clean out!"
  4963. "I'm sorry old friend. Let's go before other Norms arrive..."
  4964. "Bye"
  4965. -
  4966. "I have a better idea: I'll leave it where it is!"
  4967. "This is one substantial slab of metal."
  4968. "Would you believe me if I said it was locked?"
  4969. "The roll-top opens."
  4970. "Nah, it's too heavy!"
  4971. "The buzzing nerve centre of this smooth operation. Lots of paperwork and paperclips."
  4972. "U - D - U - D - U - 2"
  4973. "I wonder what it means?"
  4974. "Dud du0"
  4975. "Strange, I always thought it was the Dynamic Duo. The last letter is a zero instead of an 'O'."
  4976. "duuuu1"
  4977. "It appears that someone can't spell 'dull'. Dumb and boring. I'm glad I don't work here!"
  4978. "EMERGENCY USE ONLY!!\13\
  4979. \13\
  4980. \13\
  4981. U D D U D 0\13\
  4982. \13\
  4983. \13\
  4984. INITIATES PRISONER EVAC!!"
  4985. "Some freaky Norm-speak, I guess."
  4986. "D - U - U - U - D - 2\13\
  4987. \13\
  4988. WARNING!\13\
  4989. \13\
  4990. Feature no longer operational!"
  4991. "Is this a warning to duuuuudes?"
  4992. -
  4993. "I have it."
  4994. -
  4995. -
  4996. "Got it."
  4997. -
  4998. -
  4999. "OK."
  5000. -
  5001. -
  5002. -
  5003. "What for? This applies to most of this city!"
  5004. "Got it. There's more paper underneath."
  5005. -
  5006. "How can a pinboard be out of order?!"
  5007. "Filter"
  5008. "SaulTube"
  5009. "ZoomToob"
  5010. "I can't escape this tube!"
  5011. "I can't escape this tube!"
  5012. "MadFilter"
  5013. "Filter Room"
  5014. "How can I do that from in here!"
  5015. "It's Saul! He's holding up a sign!"
  5016. "Bring three Mood Transmitters into this chamber. Get them now lad."
  5017. "Two more now. Brave Lad!"
  5018. "Just one more! I hope you've done your homework."
  5019. "What's the delay? There must be another transmitter hidden somewhere! Hurry, boy! Hurry!"
  5020. "Aaaaagh! This... place... is n... not good! I feel like my mind is having an under-five's party in it!"
  5021. "The brain damage effect is slightly less... less pronounced now. But it seems like there's more electrical activity out there."
  5022. "I don't feel so bad now. It looks like this place might blow at any second though. One more gizmo could just do it."
  5023. "If I hold this up, Saul might be able to read it."
  5024. "Yeah, I could poke the note through the bars, but that Norm would confiscate it."
  5025. "Yeah, I can reach right across the hall with this extension. There, I think Saul just took it."
  5026. "Hmmm. I don't think he can read it from here. I need a little length."
  5027. "I never saw one working properly before. It's covered in little green fizzles of energy. It feels nice, like a shoal of little fish nibbling my skin!"
  5028. "Wow! They're arcing energy across to one another now. Every hair on my body is standing on end!"
  5029. "Wow! Wild! I think this place is going to blow!"
  5030. "I have a feeling these things have uses that I just don't understand yet."
  5031. "Got it."
  5032. -
  5033. "Another one of those things. They must be in ALL furniture."
  5034. "I don't know how yet."
  5035. "Got it."
  5036. -
  5037. "How?"
  5038. -
  5039. "It's still working, even though it's totally wet through."
  5040. "I'm not hungry right now!"
  5041. "It's built into the wall."
  5042. "The Norm Trooper's *FOOD*-Mat. High spec too, I bet. Does about every flavour of *FOOD* there is."
  5043. "StaffSteamer"
  5044. "Steam Cleaner"
  5045. "It's an integral part of the wall."
  5046. "This is where they put dirty trays and stuff to get them clean."
  5047. "StaffMatDoor"
  5048. "Food-Mat"
  5049. "It's attached to the wall."
  5050. "I can lift this to get to the Food-Mat."
  5051. "Lever"
  5052. "Lever"
  5053. "I don't have anything to put in there."
  5054. "Might be useful in some obscure situation!"
  5055. "What a huge belt! Must belong to one of the testers judging by the stretch marks."
  5056. "OK, it's moved position now."
  5057. "I don't want to break it."
  5058. "I guess this has some effect, along with those pedals."
  5059. "Start"
  5060. "Saul? Is that you?"
  5061. "I'm just a sad old man, Norm."
  5062. "Bye."
  5063. "What are these codes?"
  5064. "Saul, do you have any idea what these codes are for? You have been here a little longer than me."
  5065. "They're important..."
  5066. "I'm listening Norm 2782! Don't say anything you might regret, but be natural. I'm on your side, remember."
  5067. "I can see you!"
  5068. "Damn! He must have one of his bugs in here."
  5069. "We know what you're doing!"
  5070. "I should find and destroy that dude's bugs. He's a pain in the neck!"
  5071. "Don't touch that! It's very naughty!"
  5072. "Can't a guy spring prisoners in peace around here?!"
  5073. "That didn't have much effect. Well, exactly none to be more specific."
  5074. "Hmmmm. I think I forgot to do something."
  5075. "I've made a dull thud and a dying whine. How useful! There seems to be no other effect."
  5076. "That seems to have done something. Those little lights are twinkling in a brand new way. Cool!"
  5077. "Other than a rather disappointing change in lights, I don't seem to have achieved much."
  5078. "Yeeeess!! I think I've cracked it. I appear to have sent Saul and a couple of the other inmates to the roof. Judging by that siren, I think I'd better get up there and help!"
  5079. "Here goes... Yarooooo!"
  5080. "I can't."
  5081. "\"Engage\". Must work in conjunction with some programming."
  5082. "Bug1"
  5083. "Blob"
  5084. "Bug1A"
  5085. "Bug"
  5086. "It's a little bug, $1000 worth of trouble. I should destroy it."
  5087. "Bug2"
  5088. "Shadow"
  5089. "You want me to curl up and hide down there?! He has me spooked, but not that spooked."
  5090. "Got it."
  5091. "There's a dark bit in those shadows down there."
  5092. "Bug2A"
  5093. "Bug"
  5094. "Bug3"
  5095. "Blob"
  5096. "Bug3A"
  5097. "Bug"
  5098. "One of that guys monitoring devices. Cunning spy!"
  5099. "He must enjoy watching people. Sick sapien!"
  5100. "Bug4"
  5101. "Blob"
  5102. "How would I use it?"
  5103. "It's mine."
  5104. "Sneaky. Putting a bug right under here. That guy must see EVERYTHING I do!"
  5105. "Bug4A"
  5106. "Bug"
  5107. "I could frag it?"
  5108. "It's one of those bugs!"
  5109. "It's a tiny bug."
  5110. "It's another bug!"
  5111. "It's a tiny bug."
  5112. "Maybe I could throw some really weird poses to amuse our friend in the corridor?"
  5113. "Got it."
  5114. "There's a bump on the letter 'O'."
  5115. "Got it."
  5116. "I can see you."
  5117. "What are you doing Norm?"
  5118. "That doesn't look like standard practice."
  5119. "Hey, slow down! We have plenty of time."
  5120. "Just BE natural."
  5121. "You seem a little shifty Norm!"
  5122. "What are you up to?"
  5123. "I'm getting all of this you know."
  5124. "I can't continue while he can still see."
  5125. "Why? Why a film crew now, when I need some privacy?!"
  5126. "This guy is beginning to bug me!"
  5127. "I need to create some space."
  5128. "Where is he watching from?"
  5129. "I gotta find that bug!"
  5130. "Adios, bugging apparatus!"
  5131. "I'll slam this little sucker in the ledger!"
  5132. "Fry, you unwanted technological trinket!"
  5133. -
  5134. "I'll leave it right where it is."
  5135. "The prisoner ledger. Let's see... Mr. Ab Normal, doing time for impersonating Paul Nystalux. Thirty years ago! Aha, that MUST be Saul!"
  5136. "I can't from down here."
  5137. "Yeah, I can just reach it."
  5138. "It looks like a little black blob stuck up on the ceiling there."
  5139. "Emergency evac of the Mood Filter has been initiated! Please make your way to the roof and contain the prisoners you find there. Have a nice day!"
  5140. "CellLift"
  5141. "Elevator"
  5142. "Another one of the many elevators in this colossal building."
  5143. "I can't open it!"
  5144. "It doesn't appear to be locked from this side. Convenient!"
  5145. "This green button must be the creature's eye. I think the sculpture must be a metaphor for jealousy or something. Guess I press the green eye? Here goes..."
  5146. "If I pick that thing up all the alarms for miles around would go off. It looks very valuable."
  5147. "Gosh, I can't believe that I've actually found something interesting. What a fabulous piece of Avant-Garde sculpture. Wow! It must be interactive, I can see a glowing green button right here on the front."
  5148. "OxyTorch"
  5149. "Oxy-Acetylene Torch"
  5150. "It's a big bullet-shaped canister full of welding gas."
  5151. "OxyTorch1"
  5152. "Oxy-Acetylene Torch"
  5153. "I could drag it a little way, but probably no further than I can see."
  5154. "I can think of a number of uses, but they would all bring a tear to your eye!"
  5155. "I think the toxic containers will be enough for Heather's experiment. There's not much gas left in this anyway."
  5156. "Well it all seems to be in working order."
  5157. "OK, here we go..."
  5158. "I don't have anything to light the gas with."
  5159. "When I'm finished, I'm gonna tell my Agent to get me some safer games!"
  5160. "BrokenDoors"
  5161. "Twisted Metal"
  5162. "No way! I almost lost a finger and two knee caps the last time I tried that! It goes no further or I quit!"
  5163. "It's an oxy-acetylene torch, for welding things."
  5164. "I don't think they have much use other than recycling, and in this city that only happens to furniture!"
  5165. "Jump in the river!"
  5166. "Well, I opened that freight container! Not as intended, but equally effective."
  5167. "River"
  5168. "River"
  5169. "I'm not prepared to swim. Some of the fish in there have more heads than Mount Rushmore!"
  5170. "What? Drink it all?!"
  5171. "Apparently people live on this river. They make rafts out of junk. Crazy people!"
  5172. "RiverSign"
  5173. "Sign"
  5174. "I'm not going on the river unless I have a very sturdy buoyant platform beneath me... say, a raft."
  5175. "I'll leave it here."
  5176. "Rafts! Those people must be crazy! Falling in that chemical soup can't be good for the complexion."
  5177. "Drum1"
  5178. "Paint Drum"
  5179. "Drum2"
  5180. "Paint Drum"
  5181. "Drum3"
  5182. "Paint Drum"
  5183. "Drum4"
  5184. "Paint Drum"
  5185. "Drum5"
  5186. "Paint Drum"
  5187. "These once held paint. Empty now."
  5188. "Float! Float to freedom!"
  5189. "Hey, where's that thing gone in such a hurry? Maybe I'd better go and find it?"
  5190. "Maybe I should lash some drums and wood together with rope before I try that again?"
  5191. "DenDrum"
  5192. "Paint Drum"
  5193. "Drum0"
  5194. "Paint Drum"
  5195. "It might be of use with the other drums."
  5196. "It's awkward but I think I've got it."
  5197. "Here's that drum I dumped in the river at the factory. Looks like the current brings things here. That's lady luck for you!"
  5198. "YAAARGH! THAT STUFF'S BOILING!"
  5199. " "
  5200. -
  5201. "Mmmm, this stuff smells gorgeous! Rich, dark and warm, just how I like it. Smells like that give a man a thirst."
  5202. "I don't have anything to put this stuff in."
  5203. "I couldn't push it, let alone lift it."
  5204. "Gallons of yellow paint. Agreeable colour, but there isn't much around the city."
  5205. "Toxic1"
  5206. "Gas Cylinder"
  5207. "Toxic2"
  5208. "Gas Cylinder"
  5209. "Toxic3"
  5210. "Gas Cylinder"
  5211. "Toxic4"
  5212. "Gas Cylinder"
  5213. "Each has a small sign saying 'DANGER: TOXIC. EXPLOSIVE!' There's a small skull and crossbones too!"
  5214. "I can't, they're too heavy and awkward to lift, but I may be able to roll them?"
  5215. "Hmmm... let's try and roll one."
  5216. "Looks like I'm on to a winner here! The raft's a little lower in the water than it was, but it'll float."
  5217. "That's it! All the cylinders are aboard now!"
  5218. "No way! That last one sank without a trace!"
  5219. "MallRope"
  5220. "Rope"
  5221. "Cracker"
  5222. "Fire Cracker"
  5223. "Matches1"
  5224. "Matchbook"
  5225. "Got 'em."
  5226. "A matchbook that the Blindman left behind."
  5227. "Yes! I can use this rope, these planks and those drums to make a raft!"
  5228. "I could tie these planks together, but why here?"
  5229. "I need some rope to tie things together."
  5230. "I need some wood before I can make a raft with this rope and those drums."
  5231. "RaftLand"
  5232. "Raft"
  5233. "It needs to be on the water to realise its full potential."
  5234. "Push, Mr. Knutson... push..."
  5235. "I can't lift them high enough to put them on there."
  5236. "RaftEmpty"
  5237. "Raft"
  5238. "Raft"
  5239. "Raft"
  5240. "No safer than putting to sea on a hungry shark! What have I got to lose other than my skin and hair?! Here goes..."
  5241. "Just as I guessed. My little voyage ends safely in Heather's dockland lair!"
  5242. "DenRaft"
  5243. "Raft"
  5244. "I've had enough sailing for one day."
  5245. "No way!"
  5246. "My pride and joy. I'm glad that it worked."
  5247. "This guy is like... seriously large!"
  5248. "Get out and stay out!"
  5249. "OW!"
  5250. "Hmmm.... I can't seem to make it work!"
  5251. "I don't want that boy!"
  5252. "I'll just let it boil."
  5253. "I don't want the scaly old thing."
  5254. "It's almost empty. There's just a drop of scaly water down there in the bottom."
  5255. "We're not allowed to go into the park. Paul Nystalux's orders."
  5256. "These lead into the park."
  5257. "Stadium"
  5258. "The way out of this spooky mall."
  5259. -
  5260. -
  5261. "What's this here for?"
  5262. "Where did you get that?"
  5263. "I found it."
  5264. "Citizen! May I ask where you located that extinguisher? It's Norm equipment, serial number FO-92."
  5265. "I, er... found... er, sort of found it... Sir... in a bush... sort of..."
  5266. "Tunnel"
  5267. "Arena"
  5268. "FrontOfStage"
  5269. "Stage"
  5270. "PaulRelief"
  5271. "Relief"
  5272. "I can't use that!"
  5273. "I guess that's Paul, deep in his world of grief? Sheesh!"
  5274. "SaulRelief"
  5275. "Relief"
  5276. "There's no way of using it."
  5277. "From here?"
  5278. "Yeah, real tasteful! It looks more like the cover of a heavy metal album."
  5279. "TunnelWall"
  5280. "Tunnel"
  5281. "StageGrille"
  5282. "Grille"
  5283. "I can't get to it."
  5284. "Too remote, man."
  5285. "That must lead down beneath the stage."
  5286. "SpeakerCliff"
  5287. "Speakers"
  5288. "Pulpit"
  5289. "Pulpit"
  5290. "I can't get to it from here. I gotta get under it somehow. Saul said there was a way."
  5291. "It looks like a religious thing. Paul thinks he's a God!"
  5292. "StadiumParkSign"
  5293. "Sign"
  5294. "How?"
  5295. "No thanks."
  5296. "That's OK. I don't want to stop here longer than I have to."
  5297. "StadiumScreen"
  5298. "Video Screen"
  5299. "How?"
  5300. "No chance!"
  5301. "Yurg! I bet Paul looks gross on this huge thing!"
  5302. "MoodWatsits"
  5303. "Weird Things"
  5304. "What for?"
  5305. "No chance!"
  5306. "Overdose! I reckon the whole city will be able to hear Paul when he speaks through these!"
  5307. "Motto"
  5308. "Motto"
  5309. "MottoSign"
  5310. "Sign"
  5311. "I can't leave yet. I have a job to do."
  5312. "StadiumCrates"
  5313. "Crate"
  5314. "It appears to be locked."
  5315. "I can't take one. It would look a little conspicuous tucked down my shorts!"
  5316. "This crate must contain state-of-the-art equipment for Paul's Special Guard. He seems to have stepped up security today. I figure he's a little jittery."
  5317. "CrateSuits"
  5318. "Crate"
  5319. "CratePods"
  5320. "Crate"
  5321. "Newspaper"
  5322. "Newspaper"
  5323. "Goggles"
  5324. "Goggles"
  5325. "They work best in the dark."
  5326. "Warning! Power level insufficient!"
  5327. "I'll put them on. Yeah, I can see great in the dark now."
  5328. "EnergyCell"
  5329. "Energy Cells"
  5330. "OK, I've, er... borrowed them."
  5331. "A pair of sophisticated lo-lite goggles."
  5332. "I can't reach them."
  5333. "I can't quite reach them."
  5334. "Tiny energy cells. Admired for their compact design, no doubt."
  5335. "I can't open it."
  5336. "It's too heavy."
  5337. "\"Emergency Suits\". In case Paul calls a formal dinner or something?"
  5338. "ExitSewer"
  5339. "SaulLabEntry"
  5340. "SaulLab"
  5341. "SaulsRoom"
  5342. "SafeRoom"
  5343. "What for? I suppose I could make some nice shoes and a bag.... No, I'm kidding, honest!"
  5344. "I'm not about to get myself stuck into those jaws!"
  5345. "Er... Hello, Mr. Alligator. Take it easy."
  5346. "GrilleA"
  5347. "Grille"
  5348. "I'm not tall enough to reach."
  5349. "It's the same size and shape as the drains in the stadium. "
  5350. "Let's see what's up there..."
  5351. "Brick"
  5352. "Brick"
  5353. "How can I use this?"
  5354. "Yes, it fits that hole nicely. I think I've made a step!"
  5355. "BrickHole"
  5356. "Hole"
  5357. "It's too small to get my foot in. I could fit something else in there though."
  5358. "It's part of the wall!"
  5359. "A hole in the tunnel wall."
  5360. "BrickInWall"
  5361. "Brick in Wall"
  5362. "GrilleB"
  5363. "Grille"
  5364. "GrilleC"
  5365. "Grille"
  5366. "GrilleD"
  5367. "Grille"
  5368. "CableX"
  5369. "Cable"
  5370. "I don't know how."
  5371. "I can't do that."
  5372. "I guess this is carrying ideas out to the Mood Filter."
  5373. "CableY"
  5374. "Cable"
  5375. "I ain't touching it! I might draw back a charred stump."
  5376. "No way, man!"
  5377. "A Monster cable, carrying strange thoughts around the city. Looks like some have gone AWOL."
  5378. "CableZ"
  5379. "Cable"
  5380. "I don't know what it's for."
  5381. "There must be miles of that stuff! I just coil it up and throw it over my shoulder?!"
  5382. "These cables have got a life of their own."
  5383. "Bars"
  5384. "Bars"
  5385. "These must be to stop folks from wandering into the sewers and getting eaten by 'gators."
  5386. "Why are they here? To stop people getting in, or to stop hellish freaks from getting out?"
  5387. "Iron bars. They look kinda tough."
  5388. "I can't slip through them."
  5389. "I can't open them. No way."
  5390. "There's no way to get past."
  5391. "I am one guy, not a football team!"
  5392. "No can do, man!"
  5393. "It's architecture. Architecture is HEAVY, dude!"
  5394. "I don't have any further use for it."
  5395. "Nah! I'll leave the brick there."
  5396. "That brick made a great step."
  5397. "I can't reach it."
  5398. "I can't reach it."
  5399. "A grille leading down from the stadium."
  5400. "I'm too vertically challenged to reach it."
  5401. "If the Sun weren't shining I doubt any daylight would make it down here."
  5402. "EnergyCell1"
  5403. "Battery"
  5404. "EntryShaft"
  5405. "Shaft"
  5406. "SewerLadder"
  5407. "Ladder"
  5408. "I can't get to it."
  5409. "I can't get to it."
  5410. "That ladder must lead out of this dingy hellhole."
  5411. "HallucinationX"
  5412. "Hallucinations"
  5413. "I can feel heat coming from it."
  5414. "It's an intangible lattice of light, man! How can I pick it up?"
  5415. "More weird floaty things, like the ones in the Mood Filter. They feel a little warm."
  5416. "All this strange stuff seems to be converging somewhere. Weird!"
  5417. "HallucinationY"
  5418. "Hallucinations"
  5419. "They feel hot."
  5420. "It would be easier picking up the smell around here!"
  5421. "This cable is seeping data. It's freaking me out, man!"
  5422. "All of these hallucinations seem to be heading toward the same thing, behind that wall."
  5423. "HallucinationZ"
  5424. "Hallucinations"
  5425. "I can't use them, they aren't real!"
  5426. "Sure thing. HOW?!"
  5427. "Freaky. More of those Mood Filter visions. Hot too."
  5428. "I guess behind that wall is the place to be. All traffic is heading that way."
  5429. "Bars1"
  5430. "Bars"
  5431. "Guitar"
  5432. "Guitar"
  5433. -
  5434. "This is beautiful. Sturdy and solid, well balanced. What a dedicated guy Brian is, he built this himself."
  5435. "Guitar1"
  5436. "Slightly Damaged Guitar"
  5437. "I've slightly damaged it somehow. I don't think he'll notice."
  5438. "Guitar2"
  5439. "Totally Trashed Guitar"
  5440. "Uh oh! It looks a little worse for wear. Maybe a little paint would disguise it?"
  5441. "OW! These things are just not going to let me past!"
  5442. "EnergyCell2"
  5443. "Energy Cells"
  5444. "Tiny little things, aren't they?"
  5445. "Bars6"
  5446. "Bars"
  5447. "Bars6A"
  5448. "Bent Bars"
  5449. "SuspectWall1"
  5450. "Wall"
  5451. "The Axeman cometh!"
  5452. "There's a forgotten room back here!"
  5453. "Padlock"
  5454. "Padlock"
  5455. "SuspectWall2"
  5456. "Wall"
  5457. "I think it needs remodelling."
  5458. "This wall sounds as hollow as Paul's promises."
  5459. "BANZAI!! Frenzied axe attack time!"
  5460. "SewerElevator"
  5461. "Elevator Doors"
  5462. "They won't open. I might be able to lever them with something."
  5463. "These bars are in a bad state. They couldn't stop a crawling baby!"
  5464. "I can climb through now."
  5465. "No thanks."
  5466. "I've bent them enough to get through."
  5467. "HiddenDoor"
  5468. "Wall"
  5469. "It wouldn't hurt to break the wall down with it. Brian will understand. It's for a good cause."
  5470. "I could try again..."
  5471. "Brace"
  5472. "Roof Brace"
  5473. -
  5474. "A rusty yet sturdy roof support."
  5475. "I may have attracted unwanted attention with that last cavalier move!"
  5476. "I don't think anyone will miss it."
  5477. "Suit"
  5478. "Suit"
  5479. "SewerRubble"
  5480. "Rubble"
  5481. "I can't climb it or move it!"
  5482. "It's way too heavy. It would take weeks!"
  5483. "This all came crashing down when I borrowed that roof brace. That's what I call clumsy!"
  5484. "SewerCrate"
  5485. "Crate"
  5486. "I can't see a use for it."
  5487. "It's way too heavy and awkward."
  5488. "It's a crate from above. The fall hasn't damaged it though. It's still locked."
  5489. "SewerCrate1"
  5490. "Crate"
  5491. "Let's have a look inside. Aha! Some kind of suit. This may come in handy."
  5492. "Still too heavy."
  5493. "I think there's something in there."
  5494. "SewerCrate2"
  5495. "Crate"
  5496. "I've no use for it now. It's empty."
  5497. "Even empty, it's too heavy."
  5498. "It's empty now."
  5499. "A black PVC suit with snaps and fastenings all over it. Kinky! The label says \"Emergency suit. Protects wearer from most types of adversity.\""
  5500. "That roof brace is a little too heavy to swing effectively, man."
  5501. "I'm not sure that will do any good."
  5502. "Yeah, I can probably pick the lock with my axe!"
  5503. "Axe"
  5504. "Axe"
  5505. "OK. I got it. I feel a lot safer down here already."
  5506. "It's a nice fire axe."
  5507. "What would I do with a bust? No, not THAT kind of a bust!! Behave!"
  5508. "I don't want it."
  5509. "Bizarre. I'm convinced that they rotate to face me, like paintings in a horror movie."
  5510. "holenorm"
  5511. "Come out from down there, whoever you are! Being underground is NOT Normal! I can wait all day!"
  5512. "Citizen, if that's what you are! Come out from down there! Underground activity is not tolerated in this city!"
  5513. "Your prescence is required on Terra Firma, Citizen! Hurry, or I'll call a reliable cement company!"
  5514. "Trigger1"
  5515. "Slab"
  5516. "I could stand on it?"
  5517. "It's part of the floor."
  5518. "Just a loose slab."
  5519. "Trigger2"
  5520. "Sign"
  5521. "Hey, the sign slides into the wall when pushed! What's that noise?"
  5522. "SewerSignArea"
  5523. "Thing's bolted to the wall."
  5524. "\"Access\". Access to what?"
  5525. "Hey, by putting this across the tunnel I can exert an even amount of pressure on the sign."
  5526. "That should keep that slab down."
  5527. "I can't. It's size Normal, and I'm extra-medium."
  5528. "What can I do with it?"
  5529. "Brace1"
  5530. "Metal Brace"
  5531. "It's holding the sign in."
  5532. "OK. I'll release the sign."
  5533. "The metal brace is keeping the sign pressed in."
  5534. "Brace2"
  5535. "Metal Brace"
  5536. "It's keeping that slab depressed."
  5537. "OK. I'll take it."
  5538. "That metal brace is damn useful."
  5539. "I reckon I can jack the door open with this..."
  5540. "The door moves a little, but I'm not quite strong enough to open it."
  5541. "Yes, I can slip through now."
  5542. "Brace3"
  5543. "Wall Brace"
  5544. "It's holding the door open."
  5545. "OK, I've got it again."
  5546. "I've wedged the door open with this brace."
  5547. "NormBadge"
  5548. "Badge"
  5549. "LabHallucin"
  5550. "Hallucinations"
  5551. "Safe"
  5552. "Safe"
  5553. "Drawers"
  5554. "Broken Drawers"
  5555. "They're already very open. No use now."
  5556. "I've got no use for smashed drawers."
  5557. "Now I'll never know what Saul keeps in his drawers!"
  5558. "Ashes"
  5559. "Ashes"
  5560. "HallucinA"
  5561. "Hallucinations"
  5562. "I'm not touching them."
  5563. "Not possible, man."
  5564. "They're getting hotter in here, definitely heading this way."
  5565. "HallucinB"
  5566. "Hallucinations"
  5567. "I really have no use for them."
  5568. "They're too hot to handle."
  5569. "The visions are stronger here. I feel weird!"
  5570. "It's an elevator door. I figure I'm under the stage here."
  5571. "SewerElevator1"
  5572. "Elevator Doors"
  5573. "It's an elevator door. I figure I'm under the stage here."
  5574. "Ashes are not generally considered to be useful."
  5575. "No."
  5576. "Saul's life work, wasted!"
  5577. "ChemEquip"
  5578. "Lab Equipment"
  5579. "It's all broken. Useless."
  5580. "Why? It's trashed, man."
  5581. "This stuff is totally smashed."
  5582. "CharredNote"
  5583. "Charred Scraps"
  5584. "It's difficult to piece together 30 years of research from these fragments."
  5585. "I might as well leave them here."
  5586. -
  5587. "MasonryA"
  5588. "Rubble"
  5589. "I'm not in the mood for creating a Zen garden. Maybe when this game is over?"
  5590. "I can manhandle some of it, but it won't help."
  5591. "The roof has fallen in here, right in the doorway."
  5592. "MasonryD"
  5593. "Rubble"
  5594. "What? Shall I bury myself in it?!"
  5595. "I have no need for chunks of concrete."
  5596. "Just some more rubble. This place could collapse at any moment!"
  5597. "SewerTube"
  5598. "Charred Tube"
  5599. "I think it's spent already."
  5600. "Looking ahead, I don't see any use for it."
  5601. "It's a brass tube, kinda like an incendiary device! I think this started the fire in here."
  5602. "SewerSilicon"
  5603. "Electronic Bits"
  5604. "There is no use for burned electronics!"
  5605. "Potentially, they have no use whatsoever. I'll leave them here."
  5606. "These poor items have gone to silicon heaven."
  5607. "SewerPoster"
  5608. "Poster"
  5609. "Pointless! I'll rip it down."
  5610. "Pointless! I'll rip it down."
  5611. "YOU HAVE NOT BEEN HERE'?! What a weird poster!"
  5612. "SewerHole"
  5613. "Hole"
  5614. -
  5615. "Phew! There's a lot of hot air coming from in there!"
  5616. "SewerHole1"
  5617. "Hole"
  5618. "Cool air coming through. A crude but effective air-conditioning system."
  5619. "I should be able to squeeze through here..."
  5620. "No, I can't leave yet. I haven't found Saul's brain!"
  5621. "BrainMachine"
  5622. "Microwave Machine"
  5623. "I'm not sure how to use it. The controls look a little like a microwave oven!"
  5624. "The brain machine is too large to fit through the hole! Now what?"
  5625. "I can just slip this brain out of here and into my pocket..."
  5626. "That would not be a good idea at all, friend. I have absorbed so much information that I will download within seconds of being removed from a protective environment."
  5627. "Here goes... Got to be quick!"
  5628. "Put me somewhere safe as soon as possible!"
  5629. "BrainMachine1"
  5630. "Machine"
  5631. "It's empty now. I have no use for it."
  5632. "I don't want it."
  5633. "I've successfully removed Saul's brain from it. It's empty."
  5634. "BrainInSuit"
  5635. "Brain in Suit"
  5636. "No, I have to take it back to Saul's body."
  5637. "Saul's brain is safely zipped up in here."
  5638. "Start2"
  5639. "I'm back Saul."
  5640. "Is that you again, Kent?"
  5641. "Start"
  5642. "Er, hi. Is that you in there Saul?"
  5643. "Yes, son. It is. Who might I ask are you?"
  5644. "Name's kent. I'm here to rescue you... again."
  5645. "Again, Kent?"
  5646. "Yeah, I rescued the real you, but you're as mad as a marble."
  5647. "Why? Why have I gone mad? I was always such a stable man."
  5648. "Paul put you inside the Mood Magnet. You've been there for 30 years!"
  5649. "Then it's no wonder! Get me to my body and I will download into it."
  5650. "What have you been doing?"
  5651. "What have you been doing? How have you survived?"
  5652. "I am inside a microwave oven. Its properties have protected me from the convergent thought beams. Otherwise I would have been cooked up years ago."
  5653. "I noticed the heat in here. Just be glad you don't have arm pits!"
  5654. "It has however allowed me to absorb much information. I now know more about the city than any other being."
  5655. "That knowledge could be useful, oh nebulous noggin of Neutropolis."
  5656. "How can I get you out?"
  5657. "How can I get you out of here, Saul? You're too big to fit through that hole in the wall."
  5658. "I am inside this oven. I am considerably smaller than it."
  5659. "Great! Then I'll have you out in no time."
  5660. "First you should find something to keep me in. Something that will protect me from download."
  5661. "Download?"
  5662. "Yes, I have absorbed so much information that I will immediately download into any available mind. You must protect your own mind by putting me inside something protective."
  5663. "Hallucinations"
  5664. "What do you know about these strange hallucinations?"
  5665. "These are the raw thoughts being channelled from the stadium, which is really a huge collection facility. Some of the cables are leaking. By a million to one chance, I was left where their paths converge. I have absorbed all the information."
  5666. "How do I escape?"
  5667. "How do I get us out of the sewers? I seem to have accidentally entombed us down here for eternity."
  5668. "Don't worry, my little bull in a china shop! There should be a lift around somewhere. Probably walled up long ago."
  5669. "Bye, Saul"
  5670. "I'm off to explore. I'll be back, honest."
  5671. "Make your way to the nearest exit. I will deal with the fire."
  5672. "DO NOT PANIC!"
  5673. "The green eye, the boiling rage. It all adds up to one of the most brilliantly observed and executed things I have ever seen."
  5674. "I can walk through it."
  5675. "This leads into the stadium."
  5676. "Lightswitch"
  5677. "Switches"
  5678. "Testing...1...2...3...4"
  5679. "StadiumElev"
  5680. "Elevator"
  5681. "StageGuards"
  5682. "Norm Guards"
  5683. "stadiumnorm1"
  5684. "Norm Guard"
  5685. "I need to get away from these guys. Being a fugitive is hard!"
  5686. "stadiumnorm2"
  5687. "Norm Guard"
  5688. "These guys are guarding that service shaft. I gotta distract them."
  5689. "Uh-huh! I can't confront them or they'll recognise me. I just have to find a way to get rid of them."
  5690. "It's locked."
  5691. "Way too heavy!"
  5692. "\"Containment Pods\". Might be useful?"
  5693. "I'm going to avoid them."
  5694. "More Friends of Paul. His elite bodyguards I bet. I'll stay so I don't get arrested."
  5695. "Saul says I can get access to the stage from the sewers below the stadium."
  5696. "That looks like an elevator. I must get under that stage!"
  5697. "I could read it."
  5698. "I can't reach."
  5699. "\"We may never see his like again\"! I'm gonna get Paul to eat those words - with a hammer and a chisel."
  5700. "Start"
  5701. "I think I'd prefer to avoid them. I'm a fugitive now, and fraternising with the enemy is sure to get me arrested."
  5702. "...Look, you lost your goggles. You should go down there wearing mine, as a punishment."
  5703. "I don't like it in places like that. It's way too dark. There might be dangerously different citizens lurking in the shadows. There could be thousands!"
  5704. "Yeah, since the Sun came out the mood in the city has been very different."
  5705. "So we are both agreed? We just stay here and make sure no one goes down or comes up the hole?"
  5706. "Affirmative!"
  5707. "Quit"
  5708. "StadiumShaft"
  5709. "Shaft"
  5710. "This must lead down into the sewers."
  5711. "I'm a little afraid of the dark, but here goes..."
  5712. "There's no way I can get down there with those guards there."
  5713. "I'm in full view of everybody. Doing that would attract unwelcome attention."
  5714. "I'm not sure where to blow. Here goes..."
  5715. "It's out of tune anyway."
  5716. "Ooops. Even if I survive all this, I'm a dead man!"
  5717. -
  5718. "That's the shaft I came down by."
  5719. "I can't reach the ladder! Looks like I'm stuck down here, maybe forever, man!"
  5720. "Bars1A"
  5721. "Bent Bars"
  5722. "Right idea I think, but it looks way too dark back there. I need a light before I go any further in these tunnels!"
  5723. "They don't do much on their own."
  5724. "Great! The power indicator has gone to the full mark!"
  5725. "There's no way through here, unless I can break through."
  5726. "No chance, man."
  5727. "Some rusty old bars. They don't look very sturdy."
  5728. "I can squeeze through now."
  5729. "Not possible."
  5730. "I've bent them now."
  5731. "Let me out!"
  5732. "Oh man, this just isn't my day!"
  5733. "I still don't have anything to paint the sculpture with. I need a pressurised container of some sort, oh, and to fill it with yellow paint."
  5734. "I need to fill this extinguisher with yellow paint before I start a fire. It's no good as it is. Heather was quite definite about the yellow paint part."
  5735. "It's full of yellow paint now. Ready for spraying!"
  5736. "Heather said she wanted this thing yellow. I should try and do SOMETHING right!"
  5737. "Start"
  5738. "Hi all. Haven't quite saved him yet."
  5739. "But you have made progress?"
  5740. "Brian's Music"
  5741. "They're using Brian's music to torture people up there!"
  5742. "COOOOOOOOOOOOOOLL!!"
  5743. "The Evidence"
  5744. "They have some evidence up there. Stuff that sews my case tighter than a duck's butt."
  5745. "Maybe you should try to get rid of it? Don't worry, if you manage to free Saul then it might not make much difference. He will tip the scales of freedom, once freed."
  5746. "Paul's Visit"
  5747. "Paul's making a visit to the Outpost, trying to boost morale after my crushing acts of rebellion."
  5748. "Great! I knew we could do it. That guy probably sleeps very poorly these days. We're quite a team, huh?"
  5749. "You keep saying 'WE'. The only one of you who helps in any way is old, mad and incontinent. I don't know why I'm risking my skin to satisfy your crazy plans!"
  5750. "Kent. KENT! Calm down. It's an emotional time for us all. We're all under great pressure. Even Brian is having trouble writing. Go out there and challenge the system."
  5751. "OK, I'm going back"
  5752. "OK, I'm going back out there. I just had a terrible feeling of deja vu."
  5753. "It happens to all DIFFERENT people, Kent. Good luck. See ya later."
  5754. "Transmitters"
  5755. "A scientist up there was real surprised when I asked him about those gizmos. Something real fishy is happening with those."
  5756. "Yes. I've made a little headway there myself. They are definitely harmful if swallowed!"
  5757. "Sheesh! World-sized brain! What the hell have I got myself into here?!"
  5758. "Start"
  5759. "Bless my soul! You've liberated Saul! Welcome back Kent. You truly are a brave genius."
  5760. "It wasn't easy."
  5761. "It was nothing really"
  5762. "I don't think you realise just how difficult that was. I almost got stuck in that misery factory."
  5763. "All in a day's work for a hard-core adventurer like myself. I'm just sorry you couldn't be there."
  5764. "Where's Dai?"
  5765. "I see. Where's Dai? I thought he was coming back with you?"
  5766. "He kind of met with an accident. I didn't see exactly what happened. He told us to go on without him."
  5767. "No matter. He is our cause's first martyr. We must turn to Saul for our guidance now, while Brian composes our anthem of triumph and loss."
  5768. "Is that what it is? I thought he was washing some pans in a washing machine!"
  5769. "No matter. I must continue my work on the gadget you brought me."
  5770. "They are part of the Mood Magnet, a terrible machine that I am solely responsible for."
  5771. "Bye Heather..."
  5772. "Start"
  5773. "In what way are you responsible, Saul?"
  5774. "I created a terrible machine, a machine which sucks out people's ideas and free will and stores it for later inspection."
  5775. "From what Kent has told me, I would guess there is one of these gizmos in every piece of furniture in the city. People are drained as they sit at work or in front of the TV."
  5776. "The data then goes through one of the Mood Filters, like the one we were in Kent. Then it is sent on to the Mood Magnet proper, a machine too complicated to recreate."
  5777. "Where?"
  5778. "If Paul can't make another, where is the original?"
  5779. "It is at my secret labs."
  5780. "But your labs have been fragged. The Saul Nystalux Memorial Stadium was built on the still-smoking crater years ago."
  5781. "Just before the Great Shake Up."
  5782. "Shake Up?"
  5783. "When everything in the city changed. Dai knows all about it, bless his soul."
  5784. "Then Paul must have built a bigger and better one. I believe it could be this new stadium you speak about."
  5785. "How can we still think?"
  5786. "If Paul has ripped off and built this amazing mind suction device, how come we aren't as dull as the other folks?"
  5787. "Luckily there is one flaw in the Magnet's design. A small piece of metal in the body is enough to earth and protect an individual. That is the sole reason we are different."
  5788. "Ah! So that's why Norm 2782 has had such a sudden change in his life! The shrapnel lodged in his brain! It's cured him! Like the drill bit that snapped and lodged in my leg during one of my first experiments."
  5789. "That would certainly do the trick. Crude but very effective. I have an old fashioned hip replacement. And you, Kent?"
  5790. "I have a ball bearing stuck in my ear. Been there since I was able to walk under chairs without banging my head."
  5791. "Kinda makes warped Kent-sense!"
  5792. "So what now?"
  5793. "So what is our next step? How do we free everyone from your machine?"
  5794. "If we break the data link at one of the booster stations it should weaken the magnet's grip on the populace long enough for them to realise what is going on. Damn my evil twin! It was only to be used in jails!"
  5795. "Booster Station"
  5796. "Where do I find a booster station? Give me a clue and I'll knock it out. I'm feeling kinda frisky."
  5797. "There should be a strange noise when you are near one. It sounds a little like this..."
  5798. "I'm on it, Saul."
  5799. "See ya later."
  5800. "I'm off to fight that evil Paul!"
  5801. "Good luck, lad, good luck!"
  5802. "Start2"
  5803. "Can you tell me any more about this Mood Magnet thing?"
  5804. "Start"
  5805. "Hello Brian. How's the anthem coming along? Got anything stirring you might like to share with me?"
  5806. "Go play on the freeway, Kent! You're interrupting my muse."
  5807. "Start2"
  5808. "Look, Brian..."
  5809. "Why don't you try manners"
  5810. "Does having metal in your body erase your manners, headbanger?"
  5811. "Would having your head shoved through a bass drum keep you away from me?"
  5812. "You seem to be struggling?"
  5813. "It sound like you're struggling there bro'? Why don't you lay down those sticks and join the fight?"
  5814. "I fuel the fight. I am the slow burning embers of the revolution. And YOU are spilling my bodily fluids on them. GO AWAY!"
  5815. "It sounds pretty good."
  5816. "Well it sounds pretty good if you want my opinion."
  5817. -
  5818. "I'd rather have my head used as a bowling ball than listen to your opinions Kent! Leave me alone, I'm busy!"
  5819. "Bye Bri"
  5820. "OK, I'm gone."
  5821. "Start"
  5822. "Hi Norm! How goes it in shrapnel land? Picking up any foreign radio stations?"
  5823. "HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!!! Good one! Nice line Kent! Radio Stations! I like it! I'm fine, how are you buddy?"
  5824. "I think I'll leave Norm alone for a while, give him time to adapt and stabilise."
  5825. "Bye"
  5826. "See you later, Heather."
  5827. "Not so fast, Kent! Listen to me!"
  5828. "Yes, I can lift it now."
  5829. "It's a fire extinguisher without any foam in it."
  5830. "It's closed - for good!"
  5831. "I could do with a new pair of boots. Trouble is, it's closed!"
  5832. "I can't get past."
  5833. "The nails are too strong."
  5834. "I guess I'm not supposed to go behind here?!"
  5835. "Got it."
  5836. "A spanner. Functional, nothing too impressive."
  5837. -
  5838. "I should pay for it really, but I can't at the moment."
  5839. "WOW! These are great. I could have a pet without the tedious stuff like walks and feeding. Hang on, what's this... \"Defective: Partially Deaf\". Great!"
  5840. "Well they're supposed to yap when I clap, but they don't. Perhaps they're a little hard of hearing?!"
  5841. "I am using it, as a means to make that Norm use the sprayer he confiscated."
  5842. "It's hot!"
  5843. "HEY NORM! Never mind that pack of wild animals! Come and attend to this raging inferno, pronto!"
  5844. "Start"
  5845. "Er, Hiya Saul."
  5846. "Hello Kent."
  5847. "I can't find it."
  5848. "Finished already?"
  5849. "No man. I can't even find the place. It must be real well hidden."
  5850. "I thought a job like this would be RIGHT UP YOUR STREET Kent."
  5851. "Where are the others?"
  5852. "Where have the others gone, Saul?"
  5853. "They went out searching for nuts and berries son. We have a long winter to get through. The elders of the tribe are beginning to worry about the wear on the head gasket. Who can blame them. Do you have a saddle for my lizard?"
  5854. "Sorry, Saul, you'll have to be a little less cryptic!"
  5855. "My mind is... paisley shorts, paisley shorts... beginning to wither, son. I'm sorry, it must have been all that time I bought in the Meringue Magnet."
  5856. "So, where are they?"
  5857. "They went to destroy a couple more of those substations, son. Complete the edges then fill in the middle. That's my mum's jigsaw formula. Sorry, I'm slipping away again. My mind isn't as keen as it used to be."
  5858. "I'll leave you in peace.."
  5859. "I'll leave you in peace then Saul."
  5860. "Or pieces..."
  5861. "Start"
  5862. "Norm! How's the gourd? Feelin' yourself yet?"
  5863. "No really, but I've just had this tremendous idea for some slippers with headlights on the front. No more stubbing your toes in the dark! It could seriously improve countless people's Q-O-L."
  5864. "What's Q-O-L?"
  5865. "Quality Of Life. None of this seemed very important to me before. Strange that."
  5866. "Welcome to Earth, Norm!"
  5867. "Bye"
  5868. "Start"
  5869. "I did it. Is Brian still out there?"
  5870. "You did well Kent. Brian is still struggling. He is more useful spiritually than physically as I have said before."
  5871. "Yeah, right."
  5872. "Norm Truck"
  5873. "There's a Norm truck stuck outside my apartment. Makes me a little wary of going back there."
  5874. "Maybe Dai is in it. They might have brought him to use as bait to lure the rest of us out from the shadows."
  5875. "I found Dai"
  5876. "I found out where Dai is. He's stuck in the Norm truck outside my appartment."
  5877. "Then you must free him. We have time. Brian won't be back for a while yet."
  5878. "Yeah, I owe him that much. He was there to spring us from that roof. What a selfless guy!"
  5879. "Bye then"
  5880. "I'm going back out there."
  5881. "See if you can find Dai. Good luck."
  5882. "Start"
  5883. "I'm having a few problems springing Dai. Those Norm guys are locked in tight. At least they aren't going anywhere."
  5884. "You have plenty of time Kent. Brian still hasn't returned. He's probably sitting writing poetry somewhere. We can't continue without him. Go and try again."
  5885. "What shall I do?"
  5886. "But what should I do?"
  5887. "I'm not sure really, without Brian's guidance. These other two are of questionable value as you might have seen."
  5888. "Yeah, both of them are a little crazy!"
  5889. "Just get back there and try to kick up a stink or something."
  5890. "I'm off then"
  5891. "OK, I'm out of here..."
  5892. "This stuff is COLD. It's HARD too. And very slippery."
  5893. "Start"
  5894. "Hi everyone. I bumped into an old friend."
  5895. "Dai! You're back! How are you feeling?"
  5896. "I just wanna sleep."
  5897. "No time for that. Go and help Brian with his measurements. I believe he's on his way to the Ordinary Outpost."
  5898. "You sure are a hard taskmaster, Miss Heather. See you all later."
  5899. "Bye"
  5900. "Start"
  5901. "What's with the long faces? I got Dai out, we all accomplished our missions."
  5902. "Saul's a little downhearted. Blowing up the Mood Transfer Substations hasn't had the expected or desired effect."
  5903. "Where are the others?"
  5904. "Where are bri and Dai?"
  5905. "They have gone to take a few measurements for our next objective."
  5906. "What effect did it have?"
  5907. "So, exactly what happened. We all did our jobs, right? Destroying the Mood pumping stations must have made some difference?"
  5908. "There is no discernible difference. Everything seems pretty much as it was before."
  5909. "So what's the plan?"
  5910. "Where do we go from here then? Do we just give up?"
  5911. "Saul has another theory. It concerns the Pollutotron. That huge smoke belching structure you passed on the roof of the Ordinary Outpost, just before our beloved founder Dai nearly gave his life for our cause."
  5912. "What about it?"
  5913. "We must somehow gather enough dried flowers to cover up that terrible wallpaper. If my rich uncle visits he won't understand your complete allergy to seafood..."
  5914. "Er, quite! I think what Saul is saying is that we should attempt to destroy it. Something is happening to his mind Kent. I think he spent too long in the Mood Filter."
  5915. "How do we do that?"
  5916. "And just how do you propose that we do that?"
  5917. "This new deodorant increases sweat dispersion by up to 50%. It's been tested thoroughly on fish, with more than satisfactory results."
  5918. "A missile Kent. We have to prepare a missile which can strike at the very heart of Paul's schemes."
  5919. "What will you need?"
  5920. "OK, a missile. What exactly do I need to do this time?"
  5921. "I need some explosive toxic substance, a detonator, and something to make a long tube out of."
  5922. "OK, I'll see what I can do."
  5923. "What will this achieve?"
  5924. "Exactly what will that achieve, blowing up that pollution device?"
  5925. "It will let the rest of the world see what has been going on beneath that pall of soot that has hung over the city for so long. It will also remind the people what the Sun looks like, and the beneficial properties it possesses."
  5926. "Hey, we are going to see the Sun, right? Just in time for Paul's mighty meeting up at the stadium."
  5927. "What's wrong with Saul?"
  5928. "So what's up with Saul's gourd?"
  5929. "I think his faculties are decaying very rapidly now he has left the Mood Filter."
  5930. "So our savior is destined to be a drooling vegetable?"
  5931. "That's about the size of it Kent. We will have to make do with the resources we have. We've come too far to turn back now."
  5932. "Bye Heather."
  5933. "Back we go."
  5934. "Good luck Kent."
  5935. "Start"
  5936. "What did you need again Heather? I'm kinda forgetful."
  5937. "I need some toxic explosive substance, a detonator and something to make the shell of the rocket."
  5938. "Thanks."
  5939. "Thanks Heather. I'll go and have another try."
  5940. "See ya Kent."
  5941. "Start"
  5942. "How goes it not-dead-guy? Feelin' good?"
  5943. "You have caught me in a rare moment of sanity Kent. Breeeeep! I am trying to remember something. Something that could restore me to my previous state of mind. A secret of mine which has slipped away."
  5944. "OK, man. I'll leave you to it. Sounds a little too deep for me y'know."
  5945. "Bye"
  5946. "What about this cracker?"
  5947. "What about this cracker? Would it detonate anything?"
  5948. "Yes, Kent, I think that will fulfill the role of a detonator."
  5949. "Toxic Substance"
  5950. "I found some toxic containers around the back of this factory. Are they the kind of thing you need?"
  5951. "Just the ticket Kent. You really are quite resourceful."
  5952. "I can't carry them!"
  5953. "One problem, H. I don't have the physique to lift them. Any chance of a hand?"
  5954. "I can't really spare anyone at the moment Kent. We are all concentrating on the final push. A man of your intelligence should be able to FLOAT a few ideas."
  5955. "Eyes"
  5956. "Teddy Eyes"
  5957. "These fell out of that teddy bear!"
  5958. "What for? I can see perfectly well with my own!"
  5959. "Hey, these roll nicely into this coin slot."
  5960. "Hiya, I managed it."
  5961. "Great Kent! You seem to have everything. I'll get to work right away. There's no time to waste."
  5962. "The next day..."
  5963. "Everyone! I remembered what I couldn't! I have a backup of my mind in my labs. It will be somewhere under the stadium. Someone must go and get it. Restore me back to my original condition and I could be a great help."
  5964. "Start"
  5965. "So you want me to fetch this brain backup device of yours, eh Saul?"
  5966. "That's right Kent. You swim along now."
  5967. "I knew you would say that."
  5968. "You're my hero Kent! Would you do that? We will all be there at the stadium. You'll recognise us because we will all be wearing disguises. Go, and good luck. We will see you there. We won't be able to talk to you though."
  5969. "Just get under the stadium lad. I'm sure you'll find it."
  5970. "Oh, could you take Brian's guitar with you? He made it himself. He needs it smuggling on to the stage from beneath."
  5971. "Anything else? You want me to take a few pictures? Show a few kids around?"
  5972. "No, just take Brian's guitar, deliver it to the stage and get Saul's brain back for him. We can then confront Paul in front of all the population of the city. Let's see what he makes of that! See you later Kent."
  5973. "Yeah, see you all later."
  5974. "Bye"
  5975. "He's a huge guy! He looks a bit upset about something."
  5976. "Sorry... I'm busy!"
  5977. "Whizzz... Wheeee..."
  5978. "Not right now, boy. I'm a-thinking."
  5979. "Later, citizen. Later."
  5980. "I'm sure Brian won't mind if I borrow this for a minute."
  5981. "Hmmm... a CD of a one-man clap band! Er... great!"
  5982. "WireSmall"
  5983. "Little Wire"
  5984. "I have it."
  5985. "This just has to be useful."
  5986. "This wire's not long enough for what I want. I need something longer."
  5987. "I'm not digging through here!"
  5988. "The kids steal these and use the wheels on their karts. I'll leave it for them."
  5989. "More trash. Ho-hum."
  5990. "GrinderBox"
  5991. "Control Box"
  5992. "Way too heavy!"
  5993. "This might control those grinders."
  5994. "Cool! Those lethal saw blades have stopped now!"
  5995. "I'm not doing anything until I can shut off those ugly saw blades!"
  5996. "Start2"
  5997. "Hi guys."
  5998. "Hiya, Kent."
  5999. "Nah. I've no use for it."
  6000. "I don't want it, right bud!"
  6001. "Yawn - reminds me of school."
  6002. "This is my fridge."
  6003. "This leads into the factory."
  6004. "It's a door!"
  6005. "I used this in the factory and mall. I think those are my fingerprints! Oops!"
  6006. -
  6007. "It's firmly attached to the wall."
  6008. "There's a picture of a hand here. Maybe it will tell my fortune? If it says anything about a tall dark stranger, I'm buying a gun!"
  6009. "I guess I just press my hand onto the glass..."
  6010. "How?"
  6011. "What's the point?"
  6012. "This must be when I blew up the mall."
  6013. "How?"
  6014. "What's the point?"
  6015. "Hey, that's Brian from his video at the TV Station!"
  6016. "He climbs through... Making sure not to snag his fashionable Norm threads."
  6017. "Phew! That glass was real thick! I wonder if that guy's considered a career as a battering ram?!"
  6018. "This is no use to anyone."
  6019. "Lovely! Hmmm... 'THE ONE AND ONLY *FOOD*. GUARANTEED NO WASTE, MORE WAIST, WHAT TASTE? INGREDIENTS: MEAT AND VEGETATION.' Why am I suddenly not hungry?"
  6020. "I can't until I get him out."
  6021. "I need something small to put him in first."
  6022. "I think I've upset Mr. Rat."
  6023. "It's too heavy to carry."
  6024. "It's too heavy to carry."
  6025. "It's too heavy to carry."
  6026. "It's too heavy to carry."
  6027. "I can't, the grinder is broken. Maybe, if I can fix it..."
  6028. "I have no use for the smelly, disgusting creatures. How people keep them as pets, I'll never know!"
  6029. "ABSOLUTELY NOT!! I'd rather go to the Pen first!"
  6030. "Rats! I know its cliched and illogical to be afraid of something so small, but I am... so there! I won't have them biting my toes. Ouch!"
  6031. "How?"
  6032. "\"Welcome, citizens of Neutropolis to a gathering to comemorate the death of brother Saul, and to reassure one and all against the continuing revolutionary threat\". There's a sign tacked on... \"A few tickets still available.\""
  6033. "I can't."
  6034. "Some of the things in there look familiar, as if someone is collecting souvenirs of my activities!"
  6035. "It's too heavy to carry."
  6036. "I have nothing to undo it with. I'm not sure I want to either!"
  6037. "It's bolted to the wall."
  6038. "That alligator is chained to the wall."
  6039. "I don't want to walk through them too much. It could be dangerous."
  6040. "Only with photo-sensitive paper!"
  6041. "Sheesh! These things are creating an awful lot of heat in here. They appear to be converging on one point too."
  6042. "I can't walk through it. It needs opening in some subtle way."
  6043. "This wall section looks a little suspicious."
  6044. "It's up too high to reach."
  6045. "I can't reach it."
  6046. "The stadium is up there."
  6047. "Got it."
  6048. "Just a small piece of our decrepit city!"
  6049. "CONTINUE"
  6050. "WARNING! Quit to DOS"
  6051. "You are about to quit the game. Are you sure you want to do that?"
  6052. "I don't see anywhere to use it around here."
  6053. "Not a good idea considering the only thing keeping the paint inside is the dried up mulch around the bottom."
  6054. "This has gone all manky. I like yellow, but this is no good."
  6055. "Not until I pick it up."
  6056. "Got it."
  6057. "It's a cog. I think it fell off of that engine up there..."
  6058. "Cog1"
  6059. "Cog"
  6060. "It's a large cog. I got it from the factory."
  6061. "Stereogram"
  6062. "Stereogram"
  6063. "If I look real close, I might get it."
  6064. "I don't want it."
  6065. "It's one of those 3-d pictures made out of dots. Do you get them? I never do!"
  6066. -
  6067. "Not until I climb down."
  6068. "The glass case has no top. I can climb inside."
  6069. -
  6070. "No, I'll leave it here."
  6071. "It's stood firmly against that container. Should be safe enough for me to climb."
  6072. "paul"
  6073. "Start"
  6074. "Norm 2782, why are you here?"
  6075. "I'm out of here..."
  6076. "Excuse me, Leader Paul. I have important duties to attend to."
  6077. "Not so fast, Norm 2782!"
  6078. "I'm not sure"
  6079. "That's a problem which has challenged the minds of philosophers for centuries. I don't think I can explain."
  6080. "Again I ask you... why are you here? I must warn you I am not a patient man, and you are already heavily overdrawn at my tolerance bank."
  6081. "I'm on Guard"
  6082. "I got lost!"
  6083. "Screw up"
  6084. "I'm on guard here."
  6085. "I got a little lost in the lobby."
  6086. "You have failed in a most comprehensive manner, Norm. By allowing a dangerous and different subversive to ruin one of the city's primary shopping facilities."
  6087. "I also find you in a restricted area. As punishment, you will work the next five weeks on corridor duty on one of the Pen landings. Surely you can get into no trouble there. I would also advise you to forget what you have seen here."
  6088. "What's all the fuss?"
  6089. "Forget what?"
  6090. "That guy was real cool."
  6091. "Away"
  6092. "What exactly happens here? What am I supposed to forget?"
  6093. "That, Norm, is a secret to which you are not privy. Get to your work and keep out of trouble or your life will become... over!"
  6094. "That guy was cool and professional. It would have taken an army to stop him."
  6095. "What's so important about a mall?"
  6096. "By painting that Mall, he has undermined my control of this city. The paint used affected some equipment related to this facility. I am not pleased with you Norm! You are to be taken to the Pen floor, where you will work for the next five weeks."
  6097. "Start"
  6098. "Norm 2782, why are you here?"
  6099. "I'm out of here"
  6100. "Excuse me, Leader Paul. I have important duties to attend to."
  6101. "Not so fast, Norm 2782!"
  6102. "Clear Topics"
  6103. "I'm not sure"
  6104. "I'm on guard here"
  6105. "I got lost"
  6106. "That's a problem which has challenged the minds of philosophers for centuries. I don't think I can explain."
  6107. "Again I ask you... why are you here? I must warn you I am not a patient man and you are already heavily overdrawn at my tolerance bank."
  6108. "Screw up"
  6109. "I'm on guard here."
  6110. "I got a little lost in the lobby."
  6111. "You have screwed up in the most comprehensive manner, Norm. Not only have you allowed a dangerous subversive freak to taint one of my most prized shopping locations, you have also lost the evidence which we had gathered to convict this mad felon. What have you got to say for yourself?"
  6112. "Nothing."
  6113. "You're selfish!"
  6114. "Sentence"
  6115. "Nothing. Do with me as you see fit."
  6116. "Good! It's about time someone made a stand against your stupid, selfish laws!"
  6117. "And who would you suggest could do such a thing? There is no better way of life than the Utopia I have created."
  6118. "I can't think of anyone"
  6119. "Me and my friends"
  6120. "I know your secret!"
  6121. "Well I can't think of anyone right now."
  6122. "Me. Me and a few of my friends."
  6123. "A few friends! A few riff raff get an idea into their heads and they think they can change the world! I'm afraid it takes more than that Norm."
  6124. "I know about Saul"
  6125. "I give up!"
  6126. "Right, well that's it then. I might just as well give up!"
  6127. "Revelation"
  6128. "How about knowing that your brother still breathes, and that you live in mortal fear of him, and the people's reaction should they find out he is still alive and well?"
  6129. "I know you have a secret now Paul. I know your brother Saul is still alive, and I plan to tell the population at large about this. I'd like to see you smile then!"
  6130. "HOW do you know all this?!"
  6131. "He's right here"
  6132. "Just a wild guess"
  6133. "He's right there, in the Mood Filter."
  6134. "It was just a randomly wild guess."
  6135. "As you seem incapable of functioning in any capacity in this city, I have no choice but to strip you of all tokens of office and send you to the Pens to reflect on your mistakes, pending a rather unlikely change in my mood."
  6136. "One more chance?"
  6137. "Do your worst!"
  6138. "Please, one more chance?! I won't screw up again, I promise!"
  6139. "I'm not scared of you, or your Pens! Shoot your best shot, Paul!"
  6140. "No can do, this is locked too."
  6141. "It's one of those little door within a door things. I guess that sloping browed fool in the corridor must have closed it to keep me quiet. There is a little peephole in it though."
  6142. -
  6143. "I have it."
  6144. "Hey, it's a long splint. The rest of the bench is morsels."
  6145. "This thing might have a use. I'd be Normal if I knew what it was though."
  6146. "I can't get out with old Norm standing there!"
  6147. -
  6148. "The iris valve must have ripped it off. Luckily there's no blood on it!"
  6149. "Here's a small scrap of denim. This must be what Saul uses to send messages on. It sure beats toilet paper."
  6150. "I can't think of much to write about. Besides, I have no ink substitute."
  6151. "It's locked."
  6152. "That's the Factory Floor through there. I can see them making fancy-looking sofas."
  6153. "I'm not sitting on that again!"
  6154. -
  6155. "No, I don't think I could manage that!"
  6156. "This is without a doubt THE most frighteningly comfortable thing I have seen in all my born days. I imagine if I were to buy it I would have to sit down on it for the rest of my life to recover from the price of it."
  6157. "OK, I will, but don't blame me if I never stand up again. Hey, I've found a strange device hidden in it!"
  6158. "And don't touch anything."
  6159. "Stay here!"
  6160. "I wonder what that smell is...?"
  6161. "That's the end of that one."
  6162. "Touch-Down!"
  6163. "I don't think that will trouble me again."
  6164. "You! HALT! That is an unauthorised maintenance cradle!"
  6165. "Freeze!"
  6166. "Hold it!"
  6167. "Bad guys can never aim straight in the movies!"
  6168. "Yaaaaargh! That smarts!"
  6169. "Get out Saul! I'll get Dai!"
  6170. "Leave me Kent. I'm old. We got what we came for. Now GO!"
  6171. "But Dai, I ca..."
  6172. "Sorry, Dai, try not to die!"
  6173. "Stay clean, Citizen. Next time you will be in HOT water - literally!"
  6174. "Yeah, like I'm terrified!"
  6175. "I think it's trashed."
  6176. "WallCode"
  6177. "Empty Reception Area"
  6178. "Ah, things begin to make sense. Do you know the penalty for masquerading as a Norm Trooper, boy? It is a lifetime sentence in the Mood Filter."
  6179. "From now on this room will be your second home, but you will see it from Saul's point of view, from inside the tubes."
  6180. "You see, people like you are far too valuable to kill. You provide an indisposable service sifting the ideas sent in by the furniture transmitters. Ideas that the population of this city contribute on a daily basis. My brother is one of the best in this capacity."
  6181. "It is ironic in a way. He is now part of his own invention, an invention made to keep criminals off our streets, to let them provide a valuable contribution to our city's well-being. I thought it too good an idea to waste on criminals, so I secretly gave it to all our people. The idyllic city you live in is the result."
  6182. "Now GUARDS! Take him away. Put him in the cubicle next to Saul. I shall enjoy watching his slow decay in my trophy cabinet."
  6183. "Get in there! If that TV isn't on 24 hours a day, I'm coming in after you!"
  6184. "I've broke Brian's neck! This looks grim!"
  6185. "Feel my axe!!"
  6186. "Cool! An elevator to the centre of the Earth!"
  6187. "Is this the right floor for haberdashery?"
  6188. "HELLO NEUTROPOLIS!!"
  6189. "What the F...!"
  6190. "Uh oh! Looks like this place is about to blow!"
  6191. "To the elevator!"
  6192. "Leave me boy."
  6193. "We gotta head for the roof!"
  6194. "I can only read from here... 1-3-1-2."
  6195. "I don't have any rabid guinea pigs to break the glass!"
  6196. "A piece of paper with 1312 printed on it."
  6197. "Clod"
  6198. "Clod of Earth"
  6199. "I could dish the dirt on someone?"
  6200. "Shit"
  6201. "Turd"
  6202. "Furniture testers have no use for this kind of stool!"
  6203. "This thing is very heavy. I could probably lift it if it were half empty. Or half full, for that matter."
  6204. "It's a fire extinguisher I think. It has \"For Norm Troopers Use Only\" written on the side. Weird!"
  6205. "I need to get my fingerprints off of this thing."
  6206. "I don't wanna put MORE of my prints on it!"
  6207. "What shall I do with it? It's empty."
  6208. "I don't wanna put MORE of my prints on it!"
  6209. "There! These fingerprints are gone now. All that's left behind are a few beads of moisture."
  6210. "Cloth"
  6211. "Dish cloth"
  6212. "What with?"
  6213. "That's wiped 'em off!"
  6214. "Select an option..."
  6215. "I got it."
  6216. "It's a soap-impregnated dish cloth. Nice colour."
  6217. "I got it. It's messy stuff!"
  6218. "Some little critter has made a mess here."
  6219. "Don't try this at home, kids!"
  6220. "Someone let a dog do doo-doo, dude."
  6221. "What a great door. Ash, I believe, with smoked glass inserts."
  6222. "Yeah! I'll do some bashing later."
  6223. "I could get up to some serious mischief with this hammer."
  6224. "It's empty!"
  6225. "Got it."
  6226. "An empty test tube!"
  6227. "MissileLoc"
  6228. "I began to learn the shady history of Neutropolis shortly after my week-long... holiday... in the Blue Pens."
  6229. "Most events happened before my time, but I was soon to get swept up in the events"
  6230. "which had transformed this radical free-thinking utopia into the polluted pit of boredom it is today."
  6231. "Something was up with the population, something unnatural and sinister."
  6232. "My life and theirs were about to change forever. I'll start right at the beginning."
  6233. "I was spending a little quality time, walking a couple of blocks and whistling a particularly annoying tune I had composed,"
  6234. "when suddenly from out of the smog..."
  6235. "Whoa!"
  6236. "Er, hi guys!"
  6237. "I spent 7 lousy days in a spartan blue box, basically for being too happy."
  6238. "And, on every one of those days, those Norm guys piped into my cell what can only be described as elevator music."
  6239. "Normalising they call it. Phew!"
  6240. "Then, on the last day..."
  6241. "Frustrated? Want to meet some like-minded individuals? Want to do something about the state of the city?"
  6242. "Get a job and snoop around Plush-Rest. You'll find a group in one of the dumpsters around the back."
  6243. "An Empathiser?"
  6244. "This was my first contact with people on the same wavelength."
  6245. "Stuff was about to change for the first time in almost 40 years."
  6246. -
  6247. "Uh-huh! I have a healthy respect for electricity!"
  6248. "The contacts where the light bulb connects to."
  6249. "I don't think I could lift that!"
  6250. "Far too heavy!"
  6251. "Rubble from the explosion has hit this truck. I don't think it will be going anywhere."
  6252. -
  6253. "I can get round the city using buses."
  6254. -
  6255. "If I wait here, a bus will be along shortly... I hope."
  6256. "Scalpel"
  6257. "Scalpel"
  6258. "OK"
  6259. "A scalpel. Nicely made, very sharp. OOWW!"
  6260. "What with? A scalpel doesn't do much on its lonesome."
  6261. "Say, I have the makings of a raft here. No time to do it now though. Perhaps later."
  6262. "Not sure if that's a good idea at the moment. I have other things on my mind. Maybe later."
  6263. "I'll leave it here for now. Important matters press. Maybe later."
  6264. -
  6265. -
  6266. "Wow! One of those fireworks didn't go off!"
  6267. "I have no use for it right now."
  6268. "This might be cool for Heather's project. I'll save it for her."
  6269. "I'm a little wary of these. I'm not going to pick it up without a very good reason."
  6270. "Wary as I am, I can't leave a chick in a fix. I got it!"
  6271. -
  6272. "This rope's matted with yellow paint. It's been cut in half too."
  6273. "MallRope1"
  6274. "Rope"
  6275. "I'm gonna disprove that old adage: \"If you give a man enough rope...\" I could maybe use it with something else?"
  6276. "Hey! It's in two parts. I'll just take half of it."
  6277. "Damn Norms took the other half! They didn't spot this half though."
  6278. "I already have some."
  6279. "It's the other half of that rope."
  6280. "Planks1"
  6281. "Planks"
  6282. "This appears to be bits of blown-up cracker crate."
  6283. "I'll just take three. They can't be much more use than that."
  6284. "I already have some."
  6285. "Lucky I didn't take them all first time!"
  6286. "I won't be needing these."
  6287. "I'm going to leave this here to syphon away the smell from that hole!"
  6288. "No, the air smells much better with that pipe stuck in the hole."
  6289. "Great idea of mine using that pipe!"
  6290. "I don't think the guy would let me in. He looks kinda cheesed off!"
  6291. "There's no point. The elevator is always stuck on the ground floor."
  6292. "Get real!"
  6293. "This door is rusted in place."
  6294. "Way too heavy."
  6295. "It ain't pretty, but I think it might just float!"
  6296. "Wow! All that commotion to get a pathetic cup of warm plasticy water!"
  6297. "It's too heavy!"
  6298. "Hmm.. I could really do with a nice cup of chilled water!"
  6299. "I could only get the door open by smashing it. Something hard and tasteless should do it."
  6300. "No way! They put concrete inside these things to stop them moving"
  6301. "There's a rat stuck inside!"
  6302. "OK"
  6303. "I don't need it."
  6304. "Hand dryers. Kinda noisy, but hygienic. They also dry up your eyeballs."
  6305. "CD READ ERROR!"
  6306. "Please insert the CD into the drive."
  6307. "Or the CD may require cleaning."
  6308. "I've already got one."
  6309. "What do you think you're doing, bozo?"
  6310. "You dirtied it, you clean it!"
  6311. "He doesn't seem to want it."
  6312. "She doesn't seem to want it."
  6313. "It doesn't seem to want it."
  6314. "Maybe now is a good time to look at the map."
  6315. "Hello, Heather. You really should consider going blonde permanently."
  6316. "Thanks Kent, It's not a good idea to be seen with you right now. We're so close."
  6317. "Hi Brian. Are you nervous or worried? This could be your big break after all."
  6318. "If you've so much as scratched my guitar you're in for a very big break, Kent! Now get lost!"
  6319. "Norm, how's your day been? Still please with your newfound world view?"
  6320. "I certainly am, Son. I feel fine. I'm just looking forward to the turn. This is the first festival I've been to. Such a feeling of warmth and wellbeing and sharing and caring. You know, for the first time in my life I feel emotionally moist."
  6321. "Whoa, not looking too good there Saul! You OK?"
  6322. "I'm fading fast, Kent! Hurry and get the concert started, then we'll attend to my problem."
  6323. "Dai, it's good to see you up and about enjoying life."
  6324. "It was only a scratch, Son. You've got to expect that sort of thing in our line of work. I'm proud of you boy."
  6325. "How can I fix these goggles?"
  6326. "How do I get into the lab?"
  6327. "What acn I carry the brain backup in?"
  6328. "How do I get onto the stage?"
  6329. "Thanks for your help."
  6330. "I can't fix them Kent, I have no tools. Thee must be some batteries around here somewhere."
  6331. "Sail will know more about that than me. Try not to look suspicious Kent."
  6332. "Have you tried some kind of shielding device? Don't touch it with your hands whatever you do."
  6333. "At a guess I would say that elevator set in the middle of the stage links up with the sewer system somewhere."
  6334. "Try to hurry, Kent. The suspense is irritating."
  6335. "I haven't got a clue or interest, Kent. You're interfering with my aura. Please step away while you still can."
  6336. "I've got more important things to worry about Kenty, like the chorus in this song I'm about to play. You do your job and leave me to do mine."
  6337. "Anything you like, man, just don't scuff my tune-wand. I made that myself you know. I'm fiercely protective."
  6338. "I don't know, but I'll be there when you work it out."
  6339. "It's OK, Kent, but don't take it for granted."
  6340. "If I remember rightly my drop of golden sunshine, they need a couple of energy cells. Red and blue ones, if memory serves."
  6341. "Probably behind a secret wall or in a wardrobe or something, eh? Bound to be, that's where I'd put it."
  6342. "Er, something protective I'd say. If it's as dangerous as he makes out you don't want to be touching it."
  6343. "That elevator in the centre of the stage might do the trick."
  6344. "No problem, and if there's ever anything, you know, you want to talk about, come and see your Uncle Norm."
  6345. "I worry about the younger generation, Kent. I didn't know what it was for until I was thirty."
  6346. "There must be a secret wall, Kent. Find where the strangeness converges. That's where I'll be..."
  6347. "Protect yourself lad, you don't want to end up like me. I'm wasted and wizened. This Mood Magnet will be the death of me."
  6348. "I seem to recall an elevator but that might have been elsewhere. It's all gone pear-shaped my cauliflower. Please hurry and find my mind for me."
  6349. "I'm doing my best son."
  6350. "I haven't a clue, son. I ain't never been technically-minded. Maybe they need winding up or something like that."
  6351. "I could tell you how to get onto the roof of almost every building on this city, son, but when it comes to depths, you're asking the wrong man."
  6352. "I usually use a bucket to carry stuff around in. I'm not being too helpful am I?"
  6353. "Well, my cousin Loola got friendly with a producer type. Ever thought about that route? Good lookin' fella like yourself shouldn't have too much trouble."
  6354. "Have I helped? Say, there might be life in the old dog yet."
  6355. "Start"
  6356. "Hello Heather, you really should consider going blonde permanently."
  6357. "Thanks, Kent. It's not a good idea to be seen with you right now. We're so close."
  6358. "Start"
  6359. "Hi Brian. Are you nervous or worried? This could be your big break after all."
  6360. "If you've so much as scratched my guitar you're in for a very big break Kent! Now get lost."
  6361. "Start"
  6362. "Norm, how's your day been? Still pleased with your newfound world view?"
  6363. "I certainly am, Son. I feel fine. I'm just looking forward to the turn. This is the first festival I've been to."
  6364. "Start"
  6365. "Whoa, not looking too good there Saul. You OK?"
  6366. "I'm fading fast, Kent. Hurry and get the concert started, then we'll attend to my problem."
  6367. "Start"
  6368. "Dai, it's good to see you up and about enjoying life."
  6369. "It was only a scratch, Son. You've got to expect that sort of thing in our line of work. I'm proud of you, boy."
  6370. "Goggles"
  6371. "How can I fix these goggles?"
  6372. "I can't fix them, Kent. I have no tools. There must be some batteries around here somewhere."
  6373. "How do I get into the Lab?"
  6374. "How do I get into the lab?"
  6375. "Saul, will know more about that than me. Try not to look suspicious Kent."
  6376. "The Stage"
  6377. "How do I get onto the stage?"
  6378. "At a guess I would say that elevator set in the middle of the stage links up with the sewer system somewhere."
  6379. "Saul's Brain"
  6380. "What can I carry the brain backup in?"
  6381. "Have you tried some kind of shielding device? Don't touch it with your hands whatever you do!"
  6382. "Thanks"
  6383. "Thanks for your help."
  6384. "Try to hurry, Kent, the suspense is irritating."
  6385. "Goggles"
  6386. "How do I fix these goggles?"
  6387. "I haven't got a clue or interest, Kent. You're interfering with my aura. Please step away while you still can!"
  6388. "How do I get into the lab?"
  6389. "How do I get into the lab?"
  6390. "I've got more important things to worry about, like the chorus in this song I'm about to play."
  6391. "Saul's Brain"
  6392. "What can I carry the brain backup in?"
  6393. "Anything you like, man, just don't scoff my tune-wand. I made that myself you know out of a hundred year-old fireplace. It's got the best treble I ever heard. I'm fiercly protective. You might find yourself mysteriously ill in the morning."
  6394. "The Stage"
  6395. "How do I get onto the stage?"
  6396. "I don't know, but I'll be there when you work it out."
  6397. "Thanks"
  6398. "Thanks for your help."
  6399. "It's OK, Kent, but don't take it for granted."
  6400. "Goggles"
  6401. "How do I fix these goggles?"
  6402. "If I remember rightly, my drop of golden sunshine, they need a couple of energy cells. Red and blue ones if memory serves."
  6403. "How do I get into the lab?"
  6404. "How do I get into the lab?"
  6405. "Probably behind a secret wall or in a wardrobe or something, eh? Bound to be, that's where I'd put it. Can you see my tan developing?"
  6406. "Saul's Brain"
  6407. "What can I carry the brain backup in?"
  6408. "Er, something protective I'd say. If it's as dangerous as he makes out, you don't want to be touching it."
  6409. "The Stage"
  6410. "How do I get onto the stage?"
  6411. "That elevator in the centre of the stage might do the trick."
  6412. "Thanks"
  6413. "Thanks for your help."
  6414. "No problem, and if there's anything, you know, you want to talk about, come and see your Uncle Norm."
  6415. "Goggles"
  6416. "How do I fix these goggles?"
  6417. "I worry about the younger generation, Kent. I didn't know what it was until I was thirty."
  6418. "How do I get into the lab?"
  6419. "How do I get into the lab?"
  6420. "There must be a secret wall, Kent. Find where the strangeness converges, that's where I'll be..."
  6421. "Your Brain"
  6422. "What can I carry the brain backup in?"
  6423. "Protect yourself, lad. You don't want to end up like me. I'm wasted and wizened. This Mood Magnet will be the death of me."
  6424. "The Stage"
  6425. "How do I get onto the stage?"
  6426. "I seem to recall an elevator but that might have been elsewhere. It's all gone a little pear-shaped my old cauliflower. Sorry! Please hurry and find my mind for me."
  6427. "Thanks"
  6428. "Thanks for your help."
  6429. "I'm doing my best, Son."
  6430. "Goggles"
  6431. "How do I fix these goggles?"
  6432. "I haven't a clue, Son. I ain't never been technically minded. Maybe they need winding up or something like that."
  6433. "How do I get into the lab?"
  6434. "How do I get into the lab?"
  6435. "I could tell you how to get onto the roof of almost every building in this city, Son, but when it comes to depths, you're asking the wrong man."
  6436. "Saul's Brain"
  6437. "What can I carry the brain backup in?"
  6438. "I usually use a bucket to carry stuff around in. I'm not being too helpfull am I?"
  6439. "The Stage"
  6440. "How do I get onto the stage?"
  6441. "Well, my cousin Loola got friendly with a producer type. Ever thought about that route? Good lookin' fella like yourself shouldn't have too much trouble."
  6442. "Thanks"
  6443. "Thanks for your help."
  6444. "Have I helped? Say there might be life in the old dog yet!"
  6445. "It's been broken, but it's far too small for me to climb through!"
  6446. "I can see in to some kind of control room and a turbine thing."
  6447. "I'm sure it opens, but how?"
  6448. "Hmmm... this wall doesn't seem to match up with the rest."
  6449. "I can't reach them up there."
  6450. "I can't reach them up there."
  6451. "Tiny energy cells. Admired for their compact design, no doubt."
  6452. "It might be full of iron, but it certainly aint good for ya."
  6453. "I have no source of power."
  6454. "OK, I can unscrew it."
  6455. "It's a light bulb. It's off. It's boring!"
  6456. -
  6457. "Ah! This could have been one of my greatest inventions, if only I'd had a real shark to test it on."
  6458. "What this thing? It's about as aerodynamic as a shed ful of Russian aeroplane parts!"
  6459. "No chance!"
  6460. "It's already to go now."
  6461. "I'm not going anywhere yet."
  6462. "Nah! It's floating well now."
  6463. "My raft! Cool!"
  6464. "Hmmm... It doesn't seem to have done anything!"
  6465. "I don't want to break it, it might be useful."
  6466. "This big button must do something useful."
  6467. "How?"
  6468. "Now this must do something!"
  6469. "GravyNut"
  6470. "Loose Tap"
  6471. "How?"
  6472. "Get real!"
  6473. "What's this here for?"
  6474. "I can't."
  6475. "Not with that great lunk in it! There's no room!"
  6476. "It's humming softly, suggesting that it's using power."
  6477. "I'm afraid I just wouldn't know how to."
  6478. "It's attached to the wall."
  6479. "It seems to be analysing a fire extinguisher. What is this fascination with fire extinguishers?"
  6480. "It's much too small. I may be fit and athletic but I would need to lose around 90% of my body mass to get down that way"
  6481. "Yeah, if I pick the hole up I can use it on other objects. I can use it to get through walls and to empty oil tankers, and... and I can't pick it up! Oh well, never mind, it was a good idea."
  6482. "That sharkpoon gun made a pretty good hole! It could still be a winner. I can't stand it in here much longer. That really is the BIGGEST smell I ever smelled! If that Norm outside gets a whiff, he'll think I'm up to no good."
  6483. "It's firmly locked from the inside."
  6484. "I tried to sneak in through here once."
  6485. "It's stiff but I can manage it."
  6486. "Look, it's a front door! How the hell do I pick THAT up?!"
  6487. "The gateway to my home! What am I waiting for?"
  6488. "It won't budge!"
  6489. "These doors look like they lead into something big."
  6490. -
  6491. "Impossible!"
  6492. "That's the window of my apartment."
  6493. "Back to boredsville!"
  6494. -
  6495. "I wonder what these switches do?"
  6496. "Ouch! That's live!"
  6497. "It won't open."
  6498. "I doubt these doors will open either!"
  6499. "I can't open this one either!"
  6500. "There are more doors in this place than bricks!"
  6501. "I can't eat frozen *food* - I'll break my teeth!"
  6502. -
  6503. "I'm not hungry!"
  6504. -
  6505. "I have it."
  6506. "It's already in use."
  6507. "It's already in use."
  6508. "This is where that bed is getting its juice from."
  6509. "One of the drawers is open. It saves wear and tear on the...er... mechanism."
  6510. "I don't want this crusty lump of recycled peel!"
  6511. "Nice cheap furniture! Made from recycled fruit rinds."
  6512. -
  6513. "He's mine, the poor sweet thing. Hey! His eyes just fell out!"
  6514. "I pity him. I think I should take him along and give him a good home."
  6515. "I'll give him a big hug. AAAAHHH!! Oh, his eyes just fell out! Gruesome!"
  6516. -
  6517. "I got it. Lovely balanced mallet."
  6518. "It's a sturdy carpenter's mallet. Ideal for flattening stuff."
  6519. "I can't. It's attached to the wall!"
  6520. "What a surprise, it's still dark and cloudy. It would make such a difference if for just one day it was brighter. Then maybe everybody would smile or maybe something weirder would happen."
  6521. "Ah, Mr. Harry Zontal..."
  6522. "What am I supposed to do with it?"
  6523. "Not if I ever want to walk upright again!"
  6524. "I bet there's some juicy information in here. Maybe I can find the phone number of Miss Lovely here!"
  6525. "It's a door!"
  6526. "I need something with a long handle to cut it down."
  6527. "This sign is surprisingly aerodynamic. I do believe it will actually fly!"
  6528. "I just don't know WHAT they do!"
  6529. "They're massive! Unlike Paul, I don't think I'm a god!"
  6530. "You can see these things from all over the city. What are they?"
  6531. "I don't know how to use it."
  6532. "I don't know how to use it."
  6533. "Looks like a dangerous piece of electronics. This place is full of gizmos!"
  6534. "Got it."
  6535. "There appears to be no other way of using it other than to point your eyes at it!"
  6536. "It's bolted in."
  6537. "Another electronic screen. All it says is \"Processing Session Data\". Weird!"
  6538. "Not down there, I can't."
  6539. -
  6540. "Some of these shards are covered in sticky green stuff. Dis-gross-ting!! My assistant must have hit the window squarely with his face."
  6541. "Carefully does it. I don't want to smother myself in nasal fluid!"
  6542. "I don't wanna wear one of these again. It got me in deep ka-ka, last time."
  6543. "I got it. Kinda heavy."
  6544. "It appears to be a Norm Trooper's badge. An old one too. like the ones in Modern History books. I guess the Norms were responsible for this mess."
  6545. "I can't, it's broken."
  6546. "It's way too heavy to move, that's why the Norms fragged it where it stands."
  6547. "An old data safe. Or UNSAFE judging by its present condition!"
  6548. "I got it. Man, it's heavy!"
  6549. "Wow! Some kind of machine with a brain inside!! This HAS to be what I'm looking for!"
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