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    Sherman is offline Senior Member Always Around
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    She was a total mess is the Rewinding Town... a bloody horrible sight

    Now she's getting some worth and action from all quarters, I'm sure she's much happier!

    And that clock was given to her by the pawn shop owner for free cos it wouldn't work.

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    Ah, happyness! White magic that turns a fearful monster into beautiful fairy! On a serious note, that probably is one of factors that influenced her transformation.

    Well at page 12 of chapter 20 there is a line "You should buy it" which makes me think that Miranda didn't manage to get it for free after all.

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    ...At any rate, Miranda got her clock from a store... Kinda mean of that store owner, isn't it? If Miranda hadn't come along, the clock would be trash right now.
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    Nah, its not like he stole a candy from a child, he just used his opportunity to do his job.

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    It's just that it was going to be garbage. Why make her pay for it, particularly when she was such a pitiable figure at that time?!
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    Nyaa, Miranda's cute~~ <3

    And that storekeeper was a nice man *.* He really seemed to pity her...and it seemed pretty lots of people there knew of her condition...

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    @ Digi: Not that pitiable, considering she could afford such a clock

    @ Sakura: Most of those people avoided or (as kids did) bashed her >.>

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    I wonder how she could afford a clock if she was fired from all her jobs - I guess she got a single paycheck for each of them...
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    ^ Welfare payment for unemployed?

    But thats a cool way of doing buisiness - you work for a day, get fired and recive a salary for a month.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reinard-fox View Post
    Well at page 12 of chapter 20 there is a line "You should buy it" which makes me think that Miranda didn't manage to get it for free after all.
    Oh yeah, you're right! What a sad guy.

 

 
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