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They (walk) slowly at about ten in the evening talking calmly.
“But why so early?” (say) Smith. “Your first night out in years and you (go) home at ten o’clock.
“Nerves, I suppose”.
“What I wonder is how you (manage) it. I (try) to get you out for ten years for a quiet drink. What you (do), put sleeping powder in your wife’s coffee?”
“No. You (see) soon enough. Look up there!”
In the window above them a man about thirty-fi ve years old, with a touch of gray at either temple, sad gray eyes and a small thin moustache (look) down at them. They (wait). The street door of the apartment (open) and the gentleman with the moustache (come) out to meet them.
“Hallo, Braling,” he said.
“Hallo, Braling,” said Braling.
They (be) identical.
Smith (stare). “Is this you twin brother?”
“No,” said Braling quietly. “Put your ear to Braling Two’s chest.”
Smith (hesitate) and then (lean) forward.
“Tick-tick-tick-tick.”
Smith (stagger) back, appalled.
He (reach out) and (touch) the warm hands and the cheeks of the thing.
“Where you (get) him?”
“Give the man your card, Braling Two.”
Braling Two (produce) a white card:
“MARIONETTES, INC”.
“Duplicate self or friends, new humanoid plastics 1990 models.”
“How long this (go on)?”
“I (have) him for a month. I (keep) him in the cellar in a toolbox. My wife never (go) downstairs, and I (have) the only key to that box. Tonight I (say) I (wish) to take a walk to buy a cigar. I (go) down to the cellar and (take) Braling Two out of his box and (send) him back up to sit with my wife while I (come) out to see you, Smith. So I (be) home all evening.”

They WERE WALKING slowly at about ten in the evening talking calmly.
“But why so early?” SAID Smith. “Your fi rst night out in years and you GO / ARE GOING home at ten o’clock”.
“Nerves, I suppose”.
“What I wonder is how you MANAGED it. I’VE BEEN TRYING to get you out for ten years for a quiet drink. What DID you DO, put sleeping powder in your wife’s coffee?”
“No. You’LL SEE soon enough. Look up there!”
In the window above them a man about thirty-fi ve years old, with a touch of gray at either temple, sad gray eyes and a small thin moustache WAS LOOKING down at them. They WAITED. The street door of the apartment OPENED and the gentleman with the moustache CAME out to meet them.
“Hallo, Braling,” he said.
“Hallo, Braling,” said Braling.
They WERE identical.
Smith STARED. “Is this you twin brother?”
“No,” said Braling quietly. “Put your ear to Braling Two’s chest.”
Smith HESITATED and then LEANED forward.
“Tick-tick-tick-tick.”
Smith STAGGERED back, appalled.
He REACHED out and TOUCHED the warm hands and the cheeks of the thing.
“Where DID you GET him?”
“Give the man your card, Braling Two.”
Braling Two PRODUCED a white card:
“MARIONETTES, INC”.
“Duplicate self or friends, new humanoid plastics 1990 models.”
“How long HAS this BEEN GOING on?”
“I HAVE HAD him for a month. I KEEP him in the cellar in a toolbox. My wife never GOES downstairs, and I HAVE the only key to that box. Tonight I SAID I WISHED to take a walk to buy a cigar. I WENT down to the cellar and TOOK Braling Two out of his box and SENT him back up to sit with my wife while I CAME out to see you, Smith. So I’VE BEEN home all evening.”

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