He can’t comb his hair, so it’s cut short. But he shaves.
He can’t comb his hair, so it’s cut short. But he shaves: they put a piece of foam rubber with a glued electric shaver in front of him, and he runs his cheeks and chin, glancing in the mirror every so often.
The sticks, which he holds his teeth, serve Anatoly as hands.
One is for the mobile phone and remotes, another is for the monitor, the third is for dragging objects, pulling the computer chain to the table. They are made of radio components and improvised components. For example, the stick for the monitor consists of two electrodes, an ebonite tip and plastic tubes. The ebonite tip has been half erased. There used to be rubbers instead of the plastic tube, but they quickly gnawed.