[Shivers Heaved Out A Sigh. "Just Trying To Make Tomorrow That Bit Better Than Today Is All. I'm One Of Those … You've Got A Word For It, Don't You?""Idiots?"He Looked Sideways At Her. "It Was A Different One I Had In Mind.""Optimists.""That's The One. I'm An Optimist.""How's It Working Out For You?""Not Great, But I Keep Hoping.""That's Optimists. You Bastards Never Learn.]

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