By Ryan Kelly
He is in charge of the tickets.
They come to him when they have an appointment. Sometimes the appointments are brief in nature. Sometimes they are not. In either case, he is the first and last person they will see. To acquire a space, you must get a ticket. To leave through his gate, the ticket must be returned.
The tickets are not why they have come. They are nothing more than an inconsequential formality, a mundane procedure which occupies but a shred of the mental cognitions of those who receive the tickets. Their minds are elsewhere, and he knows this.
He can see it in their faces.
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