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The oral bank teller goes to the head of the class.

Learned my lesson about that as a kid- being drunk and having hang overs is not worth it.

My hunting proved fruitful one dark evening after I'd finished singing "Fly Me To the Moon" at the karaoke bar. A man who was dressed for all the world like an American 30's mobster, sat down next to me after buying me a refill on my Blue Hawaii. He was handsome though and matched the description I'd gotten of the mark's right hand man.

"You've a pretty voice," he said in accented Japanese. I figured him for someone from northern Japan.

"Thank you," I said, bowing my head respectfully. I could at least feign respect even if I didn't feel it yet. Took a while to earn my respect. I smiled at him. "I haven't seen you here before."

"Just got back from a business trip with my boss," he told me, downing half his beer. "No alcohol, no women, no fun, just work."

"Sounds awful," I said, pity in my voice. Really did sound crap-tacular. "Who do you work for?"

"Danny- I mean I work for a special industry, you probably wouldn't know about it," he said, trying to be evasive.

"Oh, special industry," I echoed. "Sounds just wonderfully fascinating. Sure you can't explain it to me?"

"Not tonight," he said, shaking his head. "I don't even want to think about work anymore. Just want to drink and listen to some music. Perhaps you'll sing again?"

"Sure," I said, dropping the subject. Build trust, get him more drunk and then ask questions. "Any special requests, Mr.... I didn't get your name."

"Tigushi Samu," he told me.

"I'm Sarashimi Cara," I told him, putting my last name before my given name in Japanese fashion. "It's a pleasure to meet you."

"The pleasure's all mine," he told me, giving me a once over. I subtly returned the favor- he was of average height, for a Japanese man, about 5'10" or so. Black hair, clean shaven, pretty brown eyes, handsome in a clean cut sort of way but otherwise unstriking other then the mob suit, at least in the dim light of the bar.

"So, what song would you like to hear?"

"Something soft and pretty," he answered. "Boss likes to listen to that harsh American rock shit. I hate it."

"Something soft coming up," I said, heading to the selection box. One of the other regulars, Mina was just finishing up a set. I found what I wanted- a song by Yoko Kanno, a popular Japanese composer and singer. The song was a ballad about a dragon clan, soft and beautiful. I followed this up with a Japanese classic- "My Boyfriend's a Pilot" from the Macross Saga then a song from a current movie soundtrack.

I returned to my seat, a fresh drink waiting though I'd barely drank half of the last one. Was going to be a tipsy night, I thought with a smile. I was lucky I could sing- drinks in Japan were expensive. I normally only paid for my first drink and my first set of songs, the rest were paid for by various men and a few women.

"That was lovely," Samu said with a sigh, partway into his second drink of the night that I'd seen. "So, you from here originally?"

"No, I'm from further south," I said, the lie slipping off my tongue easily. I lied far too easy for one of my mother's people, Meele often told me. It came in handy though, and I saw no reason to tell the truth. Besides- he probably wouldn't even have believed me.

"I have family down south," Samu said, chugging the rest of his beer. The bar keep was immediately there with another, his eyes all seeing but never saying much. "Don't talk with them much though- they're all farmers, country cousins. Not my gig."

"Same here," I said picking my drink up. "A toast- to not being in the country-side."

"And to new friends," Samu added, clinking his glass to mine and downing his drink. "You here all alone?"

"No, I'm staying with my uncle," I told him. "Uncle Masahiro was nice enough to take me in so I could find a job here."

"Where are you working?"

"Bic Pic," I answered.

"That's nice, good job for a young lady," Samu said then caught himself. "You're legal right? To drink?"

"I'm old enough, thank you very much," I said with a grin.

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