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"Maybe you'll get around to doing something about that one of these fine days."
" Meaning what?" asked O'Day.
Jennings shrugged his shoulders. "You know I haven't been working as an Insurance Company's assessor for ten years without finding out something about people. There are two sorts of people-two sorts of men I mean. Men that women go for and men that women don't go for."
O'Day moved a little. He took out a thin, silver case; lighted a cigarette.
" Meaning what?" he said again.
The other shrugged his shoulders. "The ones that women go for get affected by it or they don't. I've never known which class to put you in."
O'Day said easily: "Why worry about it? I hope it doesn't keep you awake at night."
Jennings grinned. He was a small man, with an over-developed paunch; grey, twinkling eyes. Just now he looked almost benevolent.
" Nothing keeps me awake at night," he said, "except maybe once or twice in the small hours of the morning, when I've been getting over a hangover, or thinking about going out and acquiring one. All the same I've been wondering about you."
O'Day said: "Look, you're killing me with curiosity. What's all this in aid of?"
" I'll tell you," said the other man. "You're getting most of your work from my firm, the International & General Insurance Company. Right?"
O'Day nodded.
Jennings said: "Insurance Companies are getting to be very particular about their investigators, O'Day!"

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