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Stu Redman offered congratulations to all of us, including himself, on being elected to the Permanent Committee.
All members of the Free Zone Committee were present.
That would allow the time necessary to work with Tom, he added.
Nick said that, with the exception of Tom Cullen, who will be told when to come back by means of a posthypnotic suggestion, the other two must be told to come back when their own discretion advises them to, but that the weather could become a factor--there can be heavy snow in the mountains by the first week of October.
He suggested that if people like Impening wanted to go over to the dark man, then we should look at it as a case of good riddance. But locking up people who come here because they don't like the way we're doing things? You just have to ask yourself if you want to multiply what Impening knows by some theoretical x-factor. We don't know if we're serving six weeks, six months, or six years. that ought to take us to the end of the beginning, in Harold's phrase.
He went on to say that both the Judge and Dayna would probably suspect that we had sent more than one spy, but as long as they didn't know the actual names, they couldn't tattle.
Glen: "We don't have any way of accurately estimating how many standees and sittees we had, but my memory of the gathering is fairly clear and I'd have to say that one hundred would be a terribly conservative estimate.
So you see, we really have better than seven hundred people here in the Zone.
But there have also been people coming in by dribs and drabs, maybe as many as ten a day. " Sue Stern said that couldn't be right, because people had been standing in the back and sitting in the aisles when they couldn't get seats.
So earlier today I went over to Chautauqua Park auditorium with Leo Rockway, and we counted the seats in the hall. Then we all saw what Glen was getting at, and I guess it would be appropriate to say the committee was thunderstruck.