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Friday, 13 June 2014

Aggression Versus A Passive Nature

   This man is on a mission, he pulls the double doors open in dramatic fashion, and comes bursting into the office.

   And the bureaucrat sat behind the oak desk doesn't turn a hair! Even when the Prisoner starts ranting and raving, the man sat behind the desk {meaning the bureaucratic character not George Markstein} remains passive, and unstirred. Even when the Prisoner slams down his letter of resignation upon the desk, and forcibly declared with his fist, upsetting the tea cup and saucer and breaking the tea plate in two, does the man behind the desk still maintain his calm and passive nature.
   As the letter is slammed down on the desk, and emphasised with a fist, which upsets a tea cup and saucer and breaking a tea plate in dramatic fashion! But still not a word or sign of protest from the man sat behind the desk, as he sits passively listening to the man who rants and raves. Unshaken and unstirred he remains, as he toys with his fountain pen!
  This chap is certainly angry about something, but we don't know what. Well soon he'll have something else to be angry about, if he's not quick about it!

I'll be seeing you, and we'll be seeing him again..... very soon in The Village!

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