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July 27, 2007
A slow, sarcastic clap resounded through the hall. Geoffrey Mills, a tall representative with unruly hair, stood. His head cocked to the side, glaring at the lectern.

I applaud you, Tripol, for being clever enough to mask a belittling argument with such dull rhetoric. Not only have you recommended bureaucratizing our government so that your fellows will seek honor in paperwork and procedure, but you have managed to assume the character of a man loyal to country and countryman. I fail to recognize your sad attempt and I promise to disregard all your arguments for the length of my life.