Hello, my name is Angus.
Hi, there. I’m Damara. Don’t you think the band is good?
They are good, two of them are friends. Can I buy you a drink?
No thanks, I’ve got one. We can talk… my roommate’s gone to dance.
I’m in engineering school. Are you here in school as well?
Yes. I’m to be a teacher.
What age do you think you will teach?
I think kids pretty small.
I think kids pretty small, maybe six or seven years old.
You might have my nephew. He’s only three now, but by the time you get out…
So, why engineering?
I like to make things, build things, fix things. It seemed to make sense.
You seem like a person whose family has money… maybe?
Why do you say that?
You seem smoother than most of these local boys.
Well, thanks, but no, my family lost all their money. I’m here on scholarship.
I didn’t mean anything bad by it…
I didn’t take it bad. What about you, what’s your story?
Fifth of six kids… my dad’s a grocer. My mom is the most traditional person in the country.
Am I… what?
Are you traditional?
Depends on what you mean. Maybe.
Are you so traditional you wouldn’t dance with someone you just met?
Are you asking me to dance?