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My boss isn’t available right now, but we’ll intercept Mr Schoch. At pm, on the dot. Yes, we thank you. Hello? Our camera bag was stolen on the bus. Including DV tapes. Strictly confidential material. As well as an ID card from the Swiss Association of Private Investigators. Issued to Adorn Junior. Yes, hello? I imagined your voice would be different. Say something else. I like it. But it’s obvious that you don’t like talking. Who are you? What do you want? Is it OK to call you Adorn? Aloys feels too personal. You stole our camera. I watched your videos. Your dead father. The people you spy on. Your cat who, incidentally, has a magnesium deficiency, and who will die soon too. You even film me and Rolf. I don’t know anyone called Rolf. Do you know anyone at all? Adorn? I thought I’d send the videos back to the people you secretly film. You could apologise to them. To me too. No, young lady, you’ll hand over these items to lost property office, or we’ll inform the authorities. I picture you Radio in your blue jumper, with your sad eyes. Good night. Believe in your invisibility it is given to you. Avoid mirrors, shadows and echoes. Be quieter than the wind. Testing Radio testing Radio Testing Radio testing Radio Hello. We’ll work out a practical solution both parties can agree to. Very good. The secret lies in the filtered frequencies through the phone. What? Phone-walking was invented in by a Japanese neurologist. A practical solution, young lady. For shy men. How’s your cat? Do you give it magnesium? Listen very carefully, young lady Radio Just listen. You’ve pictured a train, right? That’s how phone-walking works. You picture a face. No, a definite no. I’m tall Radio slim Radio with black skin Radio an ample bosom Radio Attention, passing train platform Hello? Hello? Adorn, you clever fox. You hear my voice, but you don’t know who I am. Throw yourself under a train. What did you say? Go and throw yourself under a train. The secret lies in the filtered frequencies through the phone. Phone-walking was invented in by a Japanese neurologist. Radio by a Japanese neurologist. Radio black skin Radio Radio black skin Radio Watering can, apples, four beers, gardening magazine Radio Radio tights. Yellow tights. Melon flavour. I’d like to invite you for a drink. OK. THAT’S NOT ME. AND THIS PLACE MAKES ME SICK. Hello. Return our items. What? Return our items! You want me to return what? Miaow Radio Miaow! Go away, I don’t have a cat. Come on, drink! Here. Drink! You stupid pig. You’re a stupid pig! Adorn and son. Please leave a message after the tone. We thank you. The first time is always painful, but unforgettable. The easiest way Radio Radio is to press your forehead against the wall. Then you picture us meeting on the other side of the wall. Through the wall into the forest, for instance. Then you picture us meeting on the other side of the wall. Through the wall into the forest, for instance. Our voices generate an image. Our words set them in motion. Besides one’s imagination, hearing is the most important thing. It’s the interface between our thoughts. Technically speaking, phone-walking Radio We’re in the forest now. Things are creeping and crawling in the forest. Trees, wood Radio The wind is blowing. Out of yourarse. You don’t even have the imagination to picture a fir cone. Bye! Wait, young lady. I wasn’t focusing. Take a deep breath. Three Radio two Radio one. You feel the leaves under your feet. The more you relax, the easier it gets to stay inside. What does it smell like? The tree sap is thick and sticky. The camera and the tapes! I smelled your tummy on the bus. It stinks of rotten apples. Why don’t you throw yourself under a train. Hello? Mr Adorn? This is the caretaker. There’s a parcel for you down here. I’ll bring it up for a beer. Should I bring it up or not? Over. No, we thank you. Over. ADORN & CLONE Mrs Schoch speaking. I wanted to thank you for the tapes. The divorce has gone through. I hope your boss is feeling better. Goodbye, Mr Adorn. We have the sheep and are coming down. She stole it from the children’s zoo. See you later. You’ve got something in your hair. Harald was an honest employer who stayed true to himself and his employees until the end of his life. May he rest in peace, amen. First new message. Hello, it’s me again. I wanted to apologise for the phone terror. I just wanted to talk a bit. Take care of your cat. It helps against melancholia. Bye. If you ask me, I think we came too late. A bottle of booze and seven grams of tranquillisers. She worked at the zoo. They usually use this stuff to put down gorillas and cats. What will happen to the iguana? I’ll probably have to deal with it. Do you have a vacuum cleaner? Cat? Yum-yum. Eat, eat! Munch Radio Excuse me Radio Mr Adorn, what’s the matter? I just wanted to ask what’s going to happen to the iguana. The one from the lady from flat . It’s downstairs, in the basement. The Salvation Army doesn’t want it. Could you hold this? Nobody got in touch. No relatives, nothing. Why are you asking? Do you want to feed it? You’d be welcome to do that. You’d be doing me a huge favour. I’ll bring it up in a minute, including the feeding and watering plan Radio No, you got the wrong end of the stick. Please leave a message after the tone. If anyone’s listening, this is Adorn, flat . I just wanted to inform you that the reptile is in our care Radio Radio for one or two days. You don’t even have the imagination to picture a fir cone. Moss. It smells of moss, doesn’t it? The more you relax, the easier it gets to stay inside. Why don’t you throw yourself under a train. Please leave a message after Radio THANKS FOR WATERING AND FEEDING. “Thanks for watering and feeding. ” YOU’RE ALIVE? WHERE ARE YOU? AT THE MORGUE, WAITING FOR COFFIN. “At the morgue, waiting for coffin. ” Behind the big spruce is where I stand. This phone- walking thing was just a bad joke. Look for someone else. But I wanted to say Radio I’m sorry. The cat is feeling Radio Radio better. Can you feel him kicking? He wants to get out. It must be a bit lonely in there. I’m getting cold, darling. Can we go to your



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