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  • the two walk 
  • they meet in front of Bralings house 
  • Smith looks at his funds and sees that it is significantly lower 
  • They walked slowly down the street at about ten in the evening, talking calmly. They were both about thirty-five, both eminently sober.“But why so early?” said Smith.“Because,” said Braling.“Your first night out in years and you go home at ten o’clock.”“Nerves, I suppose.”“What I wonder is how you ever managed it. ”
  • Braling one and two get in a argument 
  • “Where’d you get him?”“Isn’t he excellentlyfashioned?”“Incredible. Where?”“Give the man your card,Braling Two.”BralingTwo did a magic trick and produced a white card: MARIONETTES, INC. Duplicateself or friends; new humanoid plastic 1990 models, guaranteed against allphysical wear. From $7,600 to our $15,000 de luxe model
  • Braling two knocks out Braling one 
  • “Nettie, Nettie!” he cried.“Whatever you done with my money!”And then, the horrid thought.And then the terror and the loneliness engulfed him. And then the fever and disillusionment. For, without desiring to do so, he bent forward and yet forward again until his fevered ear was resting firmly and irrevocably upon her round pink bosom. “Nettie!” he cried.Tick-tick-tick-tick-tick-
  • Braling one gets put in the box
  •  “I’m glad he’ll be happy too,” said Braling.“Yes,” said Braling Two abstractedly.“Well, it’s the cellar box for you, B-Two.” Braling guided the other creature’s elbow down the stairs to the cellar.“That’s what I want to talk to you about,” said Braling . “The cellar. I don’t like it. I don’t like that toolbox.” How would you like to lie in a box most of the time?”“
  • Braling Two said, “I’m going to put you in the box, lock it, and lose the key. Then I’ll buy another Rio ticket for your wife.” “Now, now, wait a minute. Hold on. Don’t be rash. Let’s talk this over!” “Good-by, Braling.” Braling stiffened. “What do you mean, ‘good-by’?”
  •  he is in the basement until he dies 
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