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Old 04-10-2009, 09:27 PM   #41
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Lyon took a step back and glared at Lois. This woman's actions were disturbing to say the least. She wanted something from his that he wasn't going to give to her. He sighed realizing he'd have to go about getting the information a different way. He stuffed his hands into his pockets and looked around the room aimlessly as he sorted through idea's in his head. Then he thought of something, maybe using some of his charm could be useful.

"Alright Miss. Lane. I'll make you a deal, you let me use your computer and I'll meet you any where you'd like." Lyon said.

Part of him hoped that some one would come along and pull her away from his desk, everything would be a whole lot easier then. He smiled at her, trying to reassure her that he had every intention on meeting her later.

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Lois pouted. "No deal. That computer contains our employee payroll information, status of product rollouts, and other 'tricks of the trade' we won't let non-employees see. Since you won't be one of mine, I hope I won't have to call Security to escort you out."

"Lois?" called Bowden Shoales. "Could you deliver the Rad-Gone files to Tad's office?"

"Right away, sir," responded the "receptionist," and she grabbed a hefty file folder from the top of her desk. "Either get out or go see Mei Wu," she told the mysterious stranger.

Shoales turned back to his previous conversation, which piqued the stranger's interest:

"So, you're interested in the Cam-Eye, eh? I might have just the job for you, if you're interested. At the Washington Monument, heads of state are gathering for a private meeting on our new President Parson's stimulus package. Instead of being a sensible man and automatically granting us no-bid contracts to terraform sections of the country, among other things, Parson may see fit to cut our corporate subsidies. I want you to go to that meeting, record its proceedings on your Cam-Eye, and return to me, dear girl."

Tally blinked. "Isn't that treason against the United States, Mister Shoales?" she asked.

"There is no real 'United States' anymore," replied Bowden matter-of-factly. "There are just wastelands and cities, metropolitan areas. It's every man or woman for himself nowadays, and I promise you, if you complete the mission, you'll receive 1,000 caps."

"And if I refuse?" Even though Tally had been a Vault Dweller for all of her life, she still knew a shady deal when she heard it. "If I'm caught, it's the firing squad for me, sir."

"I wouldn't recommend refusing," answered Shoales, "or getting caught. Now, go, darling."
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Old 04-10-2009, 11:20 PM   #43
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Schmidt stood in front of the large building that practically served it's use as a celebrities apartment complex.

Complete with doorman.

That would make things difficult, the odds of them allowing an armor man armed with a minigun may draw attention.

Of course, he had no intention of going like that.

Which is why he had recently changed into a maintenance man's uniform. He carried a bag that had his weapons, and his armor was being repaired, so he needn't worry about that. The only thing that would catch the doorman's eye would be Schmidt's face. He had a few scars, and if the doorman would remember, the scars would be an easy thing to pick out. The local authorites would make short-work of this activity, and that could bring down his employer. Something no one wanted.

He'd just have to be careful.

He walked up to the door and made sure the shadows hid his face.

He smiled, with what little good it would do.

"Hello! I was sent here to handle a spot of trouble that the person in room 207 had."

The doorman, "Oh, Linda Leaf? Alright, I heard something about that. Go right in, and have a nice day."

Schmidt nodded, "Thank you."

He walked in and immediatley took to the stairs. Elevators were far too confining for a contract like this. He would need more room and less surveillance to get this done.

He finally reached the room, and prepared himself for the final phase of the contract.


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Old 04-10-2009, 11:26 PM   #44
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Linda Leaf finished putting on her lipstick and opened the door. "Oh!" she gasped as she saw the "maintenance man". "You startled me. You can go on in and fix the tub faucet, which doesn't seem to be working correctly at the moment--at least not the hot water."
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Lyon walked behind the desk and sat in the chair. He felt a little disgusted sitting in the same chair as that woman but sitting in the chair would draw less attention then him squatting on the ground. He tried the computer only to be stopped by a encryption he couldn't bypass. He sighed with a little frustration then turned his attention to the desk itself.

Any kind of lock he could pick it was after all one of his major skills. Once the locks were out of the way he opened the drawers and started sorting through the folders. Apparently she kept some pretty important stuff. Lyon started to wonder if she copied these blueprints or if her employers trusted her enough to keep them guarded. Either way it had information he was looking for, but it wasn't safe to read the files while in the company headquarters itself.

Lyon stuffed the folders down the back of his pants and hid them with his shirt. He closed the drawer and stepped away from the desk. He walked towards the door to leave thinking that all of this was a little to easy.

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That may have been why he did not notice the shadow behind one of the doors, poised to strike, with a ball-point pen cleverly modified to act as a blow gun. Lois Lane, receptionist by day and 'lady of the evening' by night, had been trained by several of Bowden Shoales' thugs to fight with the only weapon she really knew how to use. Ever since the stranger had turned her down only half an hour ago, Lois knew he was trouble for the Conglomerate. Thus, as he started to walk out the door with her important papers, she forcefully projected a tranquilizer dart out of the end of the pen, hitting the man in the neck. It was only a matter of seconds before he went down.

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"Good morning!" sneered Lois when Lyon awoke, tied to a chair with ropes so tight that they almost cut off the circulation to his hands. "Welcome to my 'other office', which is one of the safehouses for Mr. Shoales' men." She was standing next to four burly thugs, wearing dirty jeans and tank tops. "I'd like you to meet Brian, Brendan, Bond and Bones. They'll be serving you this afternoon, and I must warn you that their brand of 'massage' is a bit rough."

She strode up to Lyon and stroked his cheek with her claw-like acrylic nails. "Don't worry, honey. Only Brendan is of the persuasion to prefer his fellow 'bro's', as he likes to call them. Cooperate, and it won't be too painful. Oh, and did I forget to tell you that there are security cameras all over the Conglomerate HQ? I can't believe you'd be so stupid as to try and take my files without noticing that. I took them back, by the way. Thank you in advance--you're going to provide me with quite a bit of entertainment this afternoon! I'd better go pop some popcorn." Lois grinned, and her smile was absolutely vulpine. "Boys?" she asked. "You can go ahead with the massage."

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Tally had a plan. She was going to turn herself in to the authorities at the Washington Monument as soon as she got there, revealing the plans about the Cam-Eye and the secret meeting with the heads of state. She figured that if she revealed the Conglomerate's dastardly plans and betrayed them immediately, she'd be a hero instead of a heel. Nothing would stop her...

...except a funny feeling that she'd better run away from the smelly, run-down flophouse nearby. Either that, or investigate it to see what was going on. Steeling herself and finding a length of metal in the trash pile nearby to use as a weapon, she opened the door as quietly as she dared. The whole place smelled like cat urine, or more likely, anhydrous ammonia to make meth. No one seemed to be in the decrepit place, but she still had that warning sense that told her something was about to go really wrong, really quick.

There were stairs leading down to the basement. Tally crept down them...
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Old 04-11-2009, 02:01 PM   #47
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Schmidit put on his best smile as Linda Leaf let him in.

This was almost too easy. Killing was always too easy, it was what happened afterwards that was never easy.

He walked as casually as possible after Linda Leaf, as she led him to the bathtub faucet that was in need of repair.

He spied a letter on a nearby table, written by Linda Leaf. On the way he grabbed unknown to her, and began to study her handwriting.

As they reached the bathroom, he took out his silenced pistol.

"Miss Leaf. You have troubled my employer too long."

She turned around, her mouth wide-open in surprise.

He fired a silent shot, which hit her right in the mouth.

She immediatley dropped dead, something Schmidt liked. As much as a cold-killer as he was, he never wanted to put his targets through suffering. He became notorious for his single shot kills, he was glad he had practiced it so many times.

A pool of red began to form around her head, and Schmidt found a nearby piece of paper.

Luckily, he was wearing gloves, so there would be no fingerprints here for the authorities to follow.

He took out a pencil and studied Linda Leaf's handwriting some more.

He then began to write down her 'suicide' letter. It was now a fact that once her body was found, she would've thought to have commited suicide.

He finished the letter and placed it on a nearby night stand, at the same time disposing of the letter he had used as a template.

He then took out a regular pistol, no silencer, and one-bullet less in the magazine. It would seem to work out perfectly with the suicide.

He rubbed the gun's trigger and handle in the cold hands of Linda Leaf, he then put a few inches away from her dead body.

He stepped back and looked at the crime scene he had created. Then he noticed a picture of Linda Leaf and a group of other people on the table.

He then saw that it was her family in the picture.

Instant remorse flooded into his mind, but he shook it off, he needed to be cold in order to get the job done.

He then needed to find proof of the kill.

He saw that Linda Leaf was wearing a bracelet with a fragment of a sentence: "LL's Talk Show, Best of the Year!"

He went over and grabbed the bracelet and placed it in his pocket.

The mission was done, the proof found.

With that, he left, no one suspecting that Linda Leaf was dead.

Remorse and a distant sadness preyed at Schmidt's mind.

He began his return to the Conglomerate.


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Old 04-11-2009, 02:14 PM   #48
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Bowden Shoales was quite pleased once his newest "Trade Secret Specialist" returned to the Conglomerate headquarters. Not only had the man made the "obstacle removal" quick and efficient, but he'd also brought back very valuable proof of Linda Leaf's untimely "suicide"--a golden engraved bracelet bragging about her latest accomplishment in the world of talk shows. Shoales chuckled to himself. Hiring this armored thug had been a sheer stroke of luck, but he preferred to think of it as a stroke of genius. He had another task for Schmidt Thorwald, for which he was to increase the "salary" fourfold.

"Thank you for taking care of this matter so speedily," smiled Shoales. "As I said before, this was a little 'test' for you, which you passed with flying colors. I really didn't expect that little waif Linda Leaf to put up much of a challenge, but this next one will require a bit more...fortitude, shall we say.

"Your next target is one Rodion Skolnik, a United States Senator. In the past, he has been heavily bankrolled by the Enclave, and now the Conglomerate has taken up the task of funding his campaigns. Recently, however, Skolnik has had one of those disgusting 'fits of conscience' when he heard about the 'cleansing of the D.C. slums', so to speak. He has broken ranks with us. I need you to capture Skolnik, rough him up, and bring him to me alive and beaten. He needs to know who his bosses are and get 'reacquainted' with us.

The CEO of the D.C. branch of the Conglomerate leered. "Six hundred caps."
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Schmidt nodded, "I shall do so immediatley. Have the money ready."

He turned, but quickly came back, "Also, I was wondering if I could speak to your Marketing Represenative. I am interested in any new products you have offer."

He knew that he'd need something much more effective in the way of weapons for this mission. Something he very much enjoyed.


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Lyon grinned he couldn't honestly believe this person could be so foolish. He had planned this from the start, but he was rather disappointed in this assistant. He sighed heavily then started to laugh histarlically making himself seem insane. Getting beaten wasn't anything new to him, after having bullets shot threw his body, beaten with lead pipes. By all reasonable measure he should have been dead long ago. But people always underestimate his resolve in such things.

"Now Miss. Lane I can't believe you'd be so stupid to believe I didn't notice the security cameras."

Lyon noticed that his little knife he hid up his sleeve was still present. Apparently she didn't check him thoroughly, which was another disappointment. Anymore strikes against her and Lyon might get bored with her. He slide the life out of his sleeve and started cutting through the ropes. If she thought these were tight then she needed to learn the meaning of a good knot. As he was making the final cuts of the ropes he smiled at Lois with his head tilted down slightly.

"I also can't believe your so foolish enough you didn't check me thoroughly." with saying that the ropes broke and he was free. Quickly he launched and shoved the knife into Bones neck, twisting it and ripping it out at an angel. As the man fell Lyon quickly ripped the gun from the mans side and shot down the last three men hitting them in the head or in the throat.

Lyon stood there pointing the gun at Lois smiling "Please don't underestimate me in the future Miss. Lane. You don't know the things I have been through, or the things I have done. Now I only want information on the company you work for, like whether or not they pose a threat to the future of the world."

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Lois Lane leered at Lyon with her liquid, laughing eyes. (Say that 5 times fast!) "Everything poses a threat to the future of the world, my darling," she said. "We here in the Conglomerate are just trying to protect it. As for me, I have one more trick up my sleeve, you nasty little mother--" A decisive whack silenced Lois for good as she pulled out a .45 caliber pistol.

What had rendered her thusly unconscious? One trembling Tally Dvanova.

"Lyon!" she cried. "I knew something was amiss about this smelly, run-down meth lab, besides the obvious fact that it's a smelly, run-down meth lab." She smiled cordially. "Oh, man," she mumbled, looking at the abrasions on his wrists. "Good thing I brought a couple of Stimpaks along with me." She used one of them, gently injecting the fluid into the injured area. "Sorry. It stings, don't it?" She looked around at the bodies: four dead, one knocked out cold.

"Let's get out of here," she said. "You won't believe what they want me to do."
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Lyon simply smiled at Tally and nodded his head "Thank you" he said to her as he walked closer to Lois and looked down upon her. He took the pistol he recently acquired and pointed it down at the unconscious woman. Lois was a loose end and one thing Lyon hated most was loose ends. He pulled the trigger twice,lodging two bullets into her skull devoting her of any life.

Lyon turned to Tally his face showing no sign of remorse or regret for his actions. Slowly he walked towards her, stopping in front of her. He looked down into her eyes, noticing that she was slightly frightened.

"She wasted her life. Her life was no longer hers to control. You'll learn things as you travel through the Capital Wasteland, you'll experience pain more then anything else. You'll lose things you never thought possible. But if you can look past the pain, and anguish you'll see that light and that light you have to keep reaching for. Don't lose yourself in this journey. People will die, people will suffer, know that you can't save anyone. Now what did they want you to do?" he said to her, trying to teach her something if possible.

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Bowden Shoales gazed at Schmidt. "Wait," he said. "Mercs in this town are a dime a dozen, but I have a feeling you're something special. Skolnik can wait. I have something else in mind for you, something that will demonstrate to us how willing you are to make sure that this paradise of ours stays trouble-free. Free of criminals and undesirables, yes, but also free of..the deformed."

He leaned forward. "We may have no more mutants in this land of the free and the home of the brave, but we still have those with mental retardation, spina bifida, cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy. Blights on the population. Several of these disabilities are acquired at birth, and so I want you to go to the Infants' and Toddlers' wing of District of Columbia Memorial Hospital. They have a sleeping room there, and the children are helped to sleep with the aid of one of our competitors' products, the vapor-based GoodNite. GoodNite has no negative side effects, no habit-forming potential--utterly unprofitable!

"Once you are outside the sleeping room of these 'defective little darlings', I want you to program the GoodNite lullaby and vapor-delivery machine to administer a lethal dose. Suffer not the little children--or, suffer not us!" Shoales laughed. "If you accomplish this, bringing back the I.D. bracelets of all the 'sleeping' little babes, you will be paid 10,000 caps and become my personal bodyguard and TSS. You'd be foolish to waste this opportunity..."

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Once outside the Sleeping Room of the Infants' and Toddlers' wing, or more specifically, the Failure-to-Thrive Infants' and Toddlers' Sleeping Room, Schmidt gazed at the mechanism to deliver a sweet lullaby and sweeter GoodNite vapor. He heard wailing from the room inside from several cranky children, but one of them, a little girl of three or so, toddled up to the window. She smiled and pounded a tiny fist on it, waving "hi" to Schmidt. She had a noticeable limp, but she and the other children seemed okay to him.

Schmidt stood before the console, wondering what to do.

The little girl kept throwing her teddy bear against the window, laughing and looking frustrated all at the same time. What was she trying to do?

It hit Schmidt with all the force of a nuclear bomb: this "defective little darling," as Shoales had called her, was trying to give him her teddy bear.
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"I have a CamEye inserted in my right cornea," Tally explained as she and Lyon escaped the now-deserted meth lab and "house of ill repute". "I told Mei Wu that I wanted to test it, and soon that CEO guy--Shoales, I think his name was--gave me a mission to complete. I'm supposed to go to the Washington Monument and spy on a private meeting of several heads of state. Shoales is afraid that our new President Parson is going to cut corporate subsidies to the Conglomerate. I'm not supposed to do this, Lyon. Spying on our government is treason against the United States, which Shoales told me doesn't exist anymore. I'm going to turn myself in right away and expose the plot, no matter what the Conglomerate may do to me."

She turned to him. "Am I crazy, or is the Conglomerate seriously fracked up?"
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Schmidt stared into the window of the Children's Ward. He was, for a first time, questioning whether doing this was the right thing. Sue, he was a merc, a killer-for-hire, but he still maintained principles, and morals.

He looked at the case that contained the GoodNite lullaby dosage machine. He shook his head. Shoales was right, he was indeed a special merc. Unlike others, he knew right from wrong, even though he bent the rules many times himself. Shoales was going too far.

He clenched his fists and sighed, his powered armor crunching in on itself.

He couldn't do this job.

He couldn't kill these children, and he doubted that he could live with himself any longer on killing for a price. The last few jobs had indeed sickened him to the core.

He walked over and took the teddy bear the child was offering. The child looked quite happy now that he had it.

He smiled and put it in his pack.

He then turned around, heading back for the Conglomerate. He could not take the job.


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Lyon laughed slightly as he stuck his hands into this pockets and walked ahead of Tally. Giant companies have always been trouble, and probably always would be Lyon knew that. People gain power, and they abuse it. They claim they want to bring peace to everyone by eliminating things that don't seem to fit into they're plan. But eventually most everything starts to not fit into they're plan of perfection.

He then sighed stopped and turned towards Tally "I'll go with you. I don't trust politics. I'll make sure they don't pull something fast on you."

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"Well, well, well!" grinned Shoales, his perfectly white, perfectly straight teeth stretching almost from jaw to jaw, not just ear to ear. "Back so soon? I suspect the job was pretty easy, then, especially for a man like you." He spread his hands out wide on the table, two giant palms that, Schmidt imagined, could easily crush someone's skull between them in a viselike grip. "Do we have the bracelets?" He paused. "Come on! Let's see them."

His huge grin turned into a huge scowl in the span of ten slow seconds.

"You don't have them, do you?" He seethed and tapped a few keys on his keyboard. "Look, sir," he said with the air of a practiced killer--or, more appropriately, a practiced hirer of killers. "I know all about you. Thorwald, Schmidt. Merc-for-hire on several occasions, tally of 100 total kills. You know what? If you were in the hands of the so-called 'law-abiding citizens' of the United States of America, you'd be getting the electric chair or the needle. You don't know what kind of protection I and the Conglomerate can offer you. All I wanted was for you to kill some feebs before they even turned five, and you can't do that? I have connections to Don Corgin, you idiot! Corgin!

"All right. Here's the deal. Either go back to that hospital and put those little cripples out of their misery, or I'm calling the CongloCops. They're on our payroll, and they won't hesitate to take you out in a second. Got me?"
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"Hey," said Tally. "I've been hearing reports over GNR--Galaxy News Radio--that they're having radiation trouble over at the Monument. Want to go get some Safe-T Gear? That way, the Conglomerate will still think we're on their side, testing their products. Right?"
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Schmidt smiled, "Go ahead, you've lost already."

He held up a recording device.

"As weak as our nation may be, I've decided that you should not evade proper justice any longer. What you just said has just helped that. Talk some more if you'd like. But I have the authorities to see."

He put the recording device down and activated the mini-gun. Just because Schmidt could not kill children did not mean he was above removing the filth like Shoales.

"It's up to you....I doubt many of your employees agree whole-heartedly with what Conglomerate does...the only reassurance you have is money....and that is why corporate monsters such as yourselves will always fall."


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Lyon turned his head to the left at looked at the Washington Monument. He remembered the last time he had to go there for Three Dog. He's a good Radio Announcer, entertaining to say the least. But Lyon was curious of what the Conglomerate wanted with Safe-T gear. He kind of smiled wondering as well of what kind of trouble three dog got himself into this time. Fight the good fight, that's what he was always doing up in his studio.

"Even if they know we aren't working for them, it would probably be best to get that gear before they did. So lets get going."

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"Proper justice?" Shoales chuckled to himself. "And what justice would that be, my friend? Surely, as a merc, you would know by now that the only real justice is the kind that money can buy. Did you know that more than three quarters of the police force in this city is on the Conglomerate's payroll? That's right. Those who would come to arrest me would come to free me! The city doesn't pay enough for most men to feed their families, even in this glorious new paradise of ours, and so we've supplemented their salaries."

Shoales shrugged his shoulders and spread his arms wide. "Forget the little defectives, then. They're not really worth my time, or yours. After all, they're just defenseless children who will grow up to be defenseless adults! All I want is to try and hire you for one last bit of business, and then you can be off."

He opened a drawer and took out a folder labeled, innocuously, "Vault 119".

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After Tally and Lyon went back to Conglomerate headquarters to pick up some Safe-T Gear to "test", they headed for the Washington Monument. It had been refurbished and reconstructed up to the finest standards of the finest architects, and hundreds upon hundreds of people were here for the meeting of the heads-of-state. Tally and Lyon had no trouble getting in.

"Are you here for today's meeting?" asked the security guards suspiciously.

"Actually," replied Tally humbly, "I'm here to surrender, to turn myself in."

The guards were both puzzled. "Surrender, ma'am? Whatever for?"

"It's a long story," she replied, "but it has to do with the Conglomerate, and what they want me to do as I test their 'Cam-Eye' product." She jerked her head toward a door marked PRIVATE. "I suggest going in there, if we may."
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Sam sat down with the Doctor. " No, I was visiting my Cousin, Cathlina, poor thing has a tumor in her head. She said she needed some fresh air." Sam said as convincingly and innocently as possible.
The doctor looked at him, then to 'Cathlina'.
" Her names Aisha, not Cathlina. I don't know what your trying to pull, but it aint working." said Huxley.
Sam sighed, He had a feeling this might happen. He reached out and grabbed the spot where Huxely's neck and shoulder met. The doc fell over instantly. Sam picked up Huxley and laid him in the bushes.
" Hey, nice clothes!" Sam said appreciatively as he walked off, carrying Aisha over his shoulder, wearing the clothes Huxley did.


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Deep thought #1: In the end, everyone dies. No one can outrun time, death itself is always breathing down your neck, just waiting to slip the noose over you. But, in your time of death, what matters is not when or how or even why. What matters is what you do with it. Do you sit down and call it quits, or do you get up, stare your killer and death itself in the face, and laugh copiously, right until the end.

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Schmidt didn't let things go very easily, but he needed the money.

"Fine....I'll just forget this happened okay....tell me about this next assignment. I'll think about it."


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Sam walked up to the Conglomerate headquarters. It seemed Aisha was still sleeping, but she was stirring every now and again. As he stepped into the elevator up to Shoales' office Aisha stirred again.
Well, I hope she stays this docile until I get her to the docs.
Then, Aisha suddenly started lashing out at him. Her uncut nails scratched Sam across his face. Sam brought his rifle but across her forehead, but it only seemed to get her more riled up. Sam shot, just once, into her leg. She faltered, for only a second, and then she was on him again. She snarled as she tried to bite him.
Holy crap! It only makes it worse!!
Sam pulled out his knife, slamming it through her hand, pinning it to her other hand. She seemed to stop. The door finally opened, and people seemed to notice the blood more than the man with a knife. Sam held her very tightly, taking her to the doctors room.
" Take her!" Sam said, slamming her head into the desk, knocking her out. He stepped out and went into Shoales office.
" I can tell you with all certainty that the Paci-Fi doesn't work. I still want my pay." Sam said to shoales as he entered.


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Deep thought #1: In the end, everyone dies. No one can outrun time, death itself is always breathing down your neck, just waiting to slip the noose over you. But, in your time of death, what matters is not when or how or even why. What matters is what you do with it. Do you sit down and call it quits, or do you get up, stare your killer and death itself in the face, and laugh copiously, right until the end.
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