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Seina, the shopkeeper at the Alveare, remarks that though camorristas the men may be, they act no different then little children. Indeed, even childish Lia Lin-Shan and little Czeslaw Meyer act more mature and clever than they do.
She admits that the customers are "weirdos" as well, but no matter the person all who come through her shop are like a son or daughter to her - and this includes the don and the primo voto. It's a lot of work, fussing over them.
Seina notices a new face entering the business - a "redheaded guy" and instantly deems him "just another kid," no matter how big he looks. She doesn't even need to listen to what he say to know - he's just got that air around him. She immediately follows this with the admission that he's likely another hitman or assassin.
According to Seina, all men have a childish side to them in a woman's eyes, be he the president or the best boxer in the world -- especially the ones who lounge about at the Alveare.
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- "They're all problem children, but that's what makes them such dears to take care of." - Seina