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pany, O'Day. If International & General throw you over, what are the other people going to say? All this is going on, and you're down here at Plumpton, backing losers and, apparently, liking it."
O'Day said: "I like the air. They tell me it's very good for the lungs."
" What the hell's the matter with your lungs?" Jennings' tone was petulant.
" Nothing," said O'Day cheerfully. "Nothing at all. I was thinking of other people. People whose lungs aren't so good."
" For the love of Mike," said Jennings almost angrily. "Don't you ever take anything seriously? 1 suppose you know what they're saying?"
O'Day shrugged his shoulders. "Whatever they're saying I don't have to go into a song and dance about it. Anyway what is it that they are saying?"
Jennings dropped his voice. "Don't be a bloody fool all your life, O'Day," he said seriously. "Everybody in the office has the idea that you've worked that Irish charm of yours on Vanner's wife and upset his family apple-cart. The idea is that that's the reason for his being on a continuous jag. He's stuck on that baby, you know. He thinks she's marvellous; the best thing that ever came into his life. And even if she isn't, he's entitled to his little pipe dream. It's not so clever of you, is it? Why the hell do you have to do that and bust up a damned good business like you and Vanner used to have? I don't believe you give a damn about the girl. I don't believe you give a damn about any girl. Maybe you're just amusing yourself, but if you've got any sense you're not going to bust up the O'Day & Vanner Agency over it."

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