"You're welcome." Peggy smiled, getting out, "It wasn't that hard." "I'd say that there's a good chance that it will." Nicole responded to Amy. --- "It has too," Myra replied, a little uncertain, "I have to do something to help you."
Hmm, the text on the cover is a little awkward. But other that that, this so awsome! I've been waiting a long time for this, and you didn't dissapiont This got me thinking though, Gemerl, Emerl, and Fixit. They all look as if they are all from the same robot "family."
"I... I don't know." Myra said, "I don't think there's a perfect option." -- Nicole cleared her throat. "Well, if we want, we can go over to the new orphanage," she said, projecting a map with the location highlighted in red. "Alright!" Peggy said starting the bus.
Myra contemplated the question. "You would probably be saving a lot of lives, but just because it saves lives doesn't mean it's right. A consience is something you develop, not something you are given. If you wanted for some one to have a conscience, you shouldn't just shove onto them your own morals." - - "When you are done with introductions, Amy, I do have the location of the new orphanage." Nicole said.