I text Dubman “I need to see you today as soon as possible.” DAY FIVE a.m. She’s in Mexico for a wedding and drinking a mezcal cocktail with breakfast. Dubman isn’t like that, of course he would be there and would want to pay. My friend emphasizes making him acknowledge emotional and financial responsibility. Lose all my bravado and pride and text Dubman — “I’m pregnant.” He says he’ll be right over and is there in five minutes. He says he’s never developed romantic feelings for me and has never seen a future with me. I tell him there’s nothing to talk about and that I feel fine. She’s walking on a street in Guanajuato yelling at me to call Dubman. She says he needs to be there and he needs to pay for at least half of everything — whatever I choose to do. I’m not prepared for his reaction: He feels strongly that I should get an abortion. I reserve the earliest appointment for the next evening. I’m bored and lonely but don’t feel like seeing any of my friends. I eat the same food for every meal at almost the same times almost every day. Actually, I don’t think it’s my period — I think I might be pregnant. I think over this calmly and try to remember my last session of unprotected sex with Dubman. The pregnancy hormones — or just the thought — are making me feel crazy.
I call him and tell him I need him to spend the night with me. Note: A registrable offender is generally employed at particular premises only if the offender is employed at the premises for at least 7 days (whether or not consecutive) in a period of 12 months (see s 60(d)). The Commissioner of Police must ensure that any information in the Register about a person to whom Division 5 applies, whose identity is apparent or can reasonably be ascertained from that information, cannot be accessed other than by a person authorised by the officer responsible for the day-to-day operation of the witness protection program.A person must not disclose any information relating to a registrable person obtained in connection with the administration or execution of this Act, unless the disclosure: Keep police informed of their whereabouts and other personal details for a period of time, to reduce the likelihood that they will re-offend, and to facilitate the investigation and prosecution of any future offences that they may commit, and for related purposes . I get off the bus, walk home, get on my bike and ride to the closest Walgreens. I pour myself some whiskey and go into the bathroom to pee.