Luis Morales-Parmar was born on Venus, the only other planet (besides Earth and Mars) to have an open, breathable atmosphere. He considers himself to be a self-made man. Let’s assume he has an American accent.

An ansible is a theoretical device first written about by Ursula LeGuin, that can be used to communicate across distances without regard for light speed. For the purposes of this story I’m going to assume they operate by quantum entanglement, although, from what I’ve been learning recently about quantum mechanics, that might not actually be allowed, even with quantum entangled particles.

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Panel 1: Mr. Morales-Parmar: "When I first immigrated to Earth it wasn't so easy for me. No one was willing to give a break to a Venusian fugee fresh off the boat."
Panel 2: Mr. Morales-Parmar, reaching across to hold his wife's hand: "Except for the beautiful Mrs. Morales-Parmar, of course."
Panel 3: Mrs. Morales-Parmar: "Oh, you'd already become quite the old-time capitalist by the time we met-- a vaisya in character, if not yet in name."
Panel 4: Mr. Morales-Parmar: "And now, here we are! Vaisyas together. Caretakers of the Parmar Family Compact and distributors of the best domestic ansibles on Earth."
Panel 5: Mrs. Morales-Parmar, with a conspiratorial grin: "Maida, be sure you marry well. Be sure to find someone equal to your ambition."
Panel 6: Maida, deadpan, as her aunt looks on: "Right. Of course, miss. Ma'am."