Talk:The Miserable Mill
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I've just cleaned up a bit. A few points....
- "Klaus[....] breaks his glasses, and is sent to see an eye doctor."
Dr. Orwell, I presume?
- "When Klaus returns, hours later, he acts very strangely."
Please define "acts very strangely". I've added " as if in a trance", but I'm only guessing....
- "Orwell falls into the path of the buzz saw, slicing her."
I presume that she didn't survive? Her death would certainly be a development worth mentioning....
- "Foreman Flacutono (who is the bald-headed man in diguise)"
This means nothing without context, and so I've removed it.
TheMadBaron 15:17, 29 September 2006 (UTC)
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