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Chapter 4, back to music:
It was Sunday.
Lisa and Maggie slept until about eleven, the first because of the bore she had at work and at home, she past the night alone, and the second because of a tiring Saturday, where she worked until about two am of Sunday.
When they were having a brunch, Lisa said:- you know Maggie?
Yesterday, at work, I knew a guy who seems pretty nice, he has also left me this-
-a business card?-
He said that if I wanted to call him again, I can use this-
-how is he? Don't miss any detail-
-for the few minutes of conversation we had, he seemed one of the smartest person I've ever met.-
Maggie, winking, replied:-is he free? You should seize the moment!-
-oh come on! I don't want that kind of relationship!
I only want to know some other people I can talk to-
-if you say so.
You know that I would seize the first guy I have available!
I'll use an Italian expression that Angelo has taught me: chi ha il pane non ha i denti.
It means, more or less, that