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“What do you think?” he asked. The lighter was back out, which was a bad sign. We joined him on the wall.
“That one,” I said.
“That one’s bigger,” Jasper said.
“You don’t want to give the wrong impression,” you said. “Over-compensating, you know.”
“Shit,” Jasper said, but the lighter went away. “Let’s do it.”
“Thank god,” you said. “I’m starving.”
Before we got going, Jasper picked a few people from the crowd to keep going with the work. You upgraded their t-shirts to match our uniforms and I showed them how to work the camera and change the memory cards.