First Intermission 39
Turns since TBfGK: 20
LordHamster: Yeah. About that.
CharlsNChrg: Is that how it's going to be?
LordHamster: So be careful what you're sticking, and where.
CharlsNChrg: Fair enough.
CharlsNChrg: What would it cost me for permission to pass through?
CharlsNChrg: Could you find out?
LordHamster: Weeeell, I'll ask heem, but I don't theenk he'll be verrah keen.
CharlsNChrg: Please do.
CharlsNChrg: So, um...
LordHamster:: I bet you couldn't.
LordHamster: If you say so.
CharlsNChrg: You know what I mean.
LordHamster: I do. That's also the only answer you're getting.
LordHamster: The only free answer, anyway.
CharlsNChrg: You're a quick study.
CharlsNChrg: What will it cost me?
LordHamster: Maybe not. It's a pretty valuable chunk of info.
CharlsNChrg: Tell you what, I'll spend a calculation now.
CharlsNChrg: Try it.
LordHamster: I'll be damned.
LordHamster: It says there's all of a 4% chance it's worth taking my deal, even after spending this calculation.
LordHamster: 4.14 percent.
CharlsNChrg: That either means that I could likely find out the information through other means, or the calculations will be highly valuable.
LordHamster: I guess. Or both.
LordHamster: Deal or No Deal?
CharlsNChrg: No deal.
LordHamster: Figured. Enjoy wondering.
CharlsNChrg: That was clever, though, right?
LordHamster: Determining the decision not to spend all the calculations. Cost: one calculation.