"Hi." Vector leans on the counter and crosses his ankles. "How’s it going."
The woman at the desk looks up, gives him a quick once-over, and lifts an eyebrow. “Uh, dude, the geek convention was over three weeks ago.” She rolls her eyes. “What are you even supposed to be from, anyway? Star Wars?”
In a manner of speaking. But clearly - Vector checks her nametag - Angela is unimpressed by his ferocious Barian lord visage. That’s okay. “Say, I got this letter today. Very interesting.” He flipped open a piece of paper. “It says you found my bag after eighty-nine days.” He gestures to the black suitcase on the floor.
"Okay," she says, still apparently not understanding what the issue was. "I don’t care."
Vector folds his arms and tilts his head at her. “I wonder, Angelina-“
"-what size clothing do you think I wear?"
She shrugs. “32-26?”
Vector pulls out a pair of bootcut jeans. “Do these look like they fit me?”
"They’re really nice," Angela offers.
"Yes, they are, but do you see the problem, Angela?" Vector drops them on the counter and leans close. "They’re not mine. And neither is this” -he pulls out a plaid shirt- “or this” -a cardigan- “or… I don’t even know what this is, to be honest.” He drops the thing on the counter.
"A bra," Angela says, and she seems a little less bored now.
"I don’t even know what that’s used for; is it like a hat? A fancy hat?" Vector put it on his head and slams his hands on the counter. "WHERE IS MY LUGGAGE, ANGELA?”
"Dude, calm down." Angela holds her hands up. "I’m not the one who found it."
"Then who is responsible? Is it Brad? Is Brad here?" Vector peers over the counter to see if Brad is cowering under the desk. As he should be.
"I’ll call him up here," Angela says, and she grimaces as she types in a number on the phone. Ring. Ring. Ring. R- ”Hey Brad, there’s a… guy here asking for you.” Pause. “Mm, Shingetsu?” Pause. “Oh.” Pause. “Okay, bye.” She hangs up and looks at Vector. “Brad quit.”
Durbe doesn’t look up from his book. “Did you get your suitcase?”
"What did you do then?"
"Burned the station to the ground."