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He had made his point, and apparently didn’t want the great silver robots coming between him and his audience. It did not seem, at first, that anyone had noticed Sero’s arrival, but Sero knew better than that-and knew that pretending to have no interest in attracting attention was often the surest way to obtain the attention of a more discerning audience. And there were certainly lots of people here whose interest he wanted-starting with Beddle, Beddle the virulently anti-Settler, rabidly pro-robot, and, needless to say, one of Grieg’s harshest critics.
Now they could not take any chances at all. ” “I was more or less finished, sir. I only wished to say that the Residence is not anywhere near our usual standards for a secure area. ” When Donald worried, Kresh worried. “Put our normal standards to one side for a moment. ” “No, sir. Were these calm and tranquil times, I would be far more sanguine. ” “I don’t need any urging to talk with him,” Kresh said. “I don’t like this setup any better than you do. ” 2 THE RAIN THUNDERED DOWN as the two robots approached the Winter Residence.
Spacers were the descendants of men and women who had fled semi-mythical Earth, with their robots, when robots were banned there. Exiled from Earth, they traveled in crude star- ships on the first wave of colonization. With the aid of their robots, the Spacers terraformed fifty worlds and created a culture of great beauty and refinement, where all unpleasant tasks were left to the robots. Ultimately, virtually all work was left to the robots. Having colonized fifty planets, the Spacers called a halt, and set themselves no other task than enjoying the fruits of their robots’ labor.
Isaac Asimov's Inferno by Roger E. Allen