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he: How come Rob’s not here?

 

he: Working.

 

he: Oh.

 

he: Rob’s missing a good time.

 

she: Maybe he’ll show up later.

she: I thought Rob was in New York.

 

he: No, not yet.

 

she: But he’s not here.

 

he: No.

he: Wasn’t Rob coming?

 

he: I thought so.

 

he: He’s kind of a careless driver. I

      hope he didn’t smash up somewhere.

she: Too bad Rob’s not here. There’s lots

         of nice bars.

 

he: Yeah.

he: Since Rob didn’t come he must be

      traveling somewhere.

 

she: Where?

 

he: Anywhere, I guess.

he: Since Rob didn’t come he must be

      traveling somewhere.

 

she: Where?

 

he: Anywhere, I guess.

she: I haven’t seen Rob all summer.

 

he: He’s working.

 

she: He isn’t coming?

 

he: I don’t think so.

 

she: Oh.

he: Too bad Rob, you missed it.

he: I thought Rob would be here by now.

 

he: He’s not coming.

he: How come?

 

he: Got me.