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Sid Bamick (
2012-09-29 01:42 pm (UTC)
Sid shifts the ambulance into drive and pulls slowly out of the garage. He’s always careful when he drives - he has a very healthy respect for the kind of power that automobiles have, and the damage they can do if handled poorly.
“Yeah, I know him,” he answers as he turns out onto the street. “He’s a friend, I used to see him around the coffee shop sometimes. I didn’t know he had a catboy living with him, though. I think he must have just moved in recently. That might explain why I haven’t seen him in a while.” Sid doesn’t want to talk about it in terms of ownership, even though that’s the most likely scenario. He hasn’t heard it for certain, for one thing, and he likes to avoid parsing things as ownership around Joe whenever possible.
“He’s always seemed like a good guy to me,” Sid continues, “which I know doesn’t always count for much. But I don’t think it’s an abuse case.” This is an ugly subject to bring up, not something either of them likes talking about, but it’s not the kind of thing they can afford to be negligent about, either. “Though, we should still be on the lookout for any red flags, just in case.”
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