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Doctor Hoffman has done the impossible by clearing the mind of Miss Evans.  Granted, it is not a task tantamount to clearing the mind of Beethoven, but a tad more challenging than the faint breeze needed to have cleared the mind of Millicent.  In many ways, I would like to clear my mind of Millicent, but such is not to be.

Nevertheless, this matter puts me completely at the mercy of Doctor Hoffman, who seems even more boldly exploitative than I.  My use of people such as Young Loomis is a matter of survival.  Doctor Hoffman all ready survives.  Then what is her motive?

Once again, I feel powerless, and I cannot help but note that my captor is again a female.  How soon until she stings?

BC

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