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    “Okay, heartbreaker,” he says, “how much to put the tires back on the car?”

    Jason rolls his eyes and gestures at him with the lug wrench. “Why don’t I just beat you up and steal your money? Is this the first time you’ve been to a bad part of town? Don’t show me your wallet, asshole. Come on.”

    The man heaves a heavy, aggrieved sigh and starts pulling out bills. “Five hundred?” He tries. “Six? We can go to an ATM.”

    “You are mugging yourself,” Jason says, oddly impressed. “Holy shit.”

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    20 Jan 2020

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    The first time Jason sees Phil Coulson, he sees him in the soft, flickering light of a warehouse fire. It’s romantic, he thinks, later. Like candlelight.

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    20 Jan 2020

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    This was such a stupid idea. This was his worst idea, aside from maybe turning against Jacques. But he’s committed now. If he’s going to burn bridges, he might as well make sure they burn to the rebar.

    “It’s Clint,” he says. Several long beats slip by with no reply, so he clears his throat. “Hawkeye? We met at the circus. A couple years ago. You drank a lot, so I don’t know—and it was just a couple weeks, so maybe you don’t remember, but. We did. Meet, I mean.”

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    18 Jan 2020

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    The circus has a way of evening people out. Everyone looks the same when the lights center on the stage. The whole audience, just blank shadows, staring in. Everyone looks like nothing.

    Someone like this, though. Someone like him. They’ll throw off that nothing before they get back to whatever pampered bed they crawled out of. Everyone else stays nothing, but, for people like that, it’s just a temporary state.

    Clint doesn’t mean to watch him. It’s just that he keeps catching Clint’s eye.

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    16 Jan 2020

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