Well of course he should! Had the doctor Number 40 carried out that experiment using Dutton as a communications medium in attempting to gain information from Number 6, then perhaps then Number 2 wouldn't have had the opportunity to intervene. This was just as well, otherwise should the doctor not curb his enthusiasm, then Number 6 might very well have ended up like Roland Walter Dutton. The doctor is too keen you see. He was allowed to go beyond the limit with Dutton, he was expendable. Whereas with Number 6, he has Number 2 to protect him against people like the doctor-Number 40, protection which is not afforded to Number 43.
Be seeing you
"then Number 6 might very well have ended up like Walter Roland Dutton."ReplyDelete
Well, that's the right number of words now but not necessarily in the right order.
How can you call yourself a leading authority if you can't get the name of one of the landmark characters correct?
"We all have to make mistakes, sometimes we have to!"
I suppose a good man like you never makes mistakes!
That's tidy coming from someone who can't even spell 'Drake'!Delete
Oh dear! That really is pathetic! Your antagonism knows no bounds. Not content with criticising, and insulting David with a personal attack, you have the impertinence to suggest I don’t know how to spell my own name.Delete