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Radio, live transmission Radio, live transmission Listen to the silence, let it ring on Eyes, dark grey lenses frightened of the sun…
"I trust Findler-Man," is the code word. The code word to make the "person" do something the "person" doesn't really want to do.TIME STAMP wrote: //Location:Tacoma/Seattle Metroplex/UCAS
//Weather: <Heavy Downpour, 5.6C, Wind SE 22kph, feels like 0C>
//Air Quality: <Moderate (Yellow), Precipitation pH 3>
Standard run, sort of an interview, with a new client. It's simple really, like all runs start: break into a secure facility, find a person, make that person do something, get out with proof that the something was done. Simple.
And as usual with any good run, it starts at a Stuffer Shack.
Why? Because this particular Stuffer Shack is located very close to the intended target, a shipping yard in Tacoma.
Never mind the corporate ownership of the Stuffer Shack, because if you mind it, it will make you paranoid, since the target is, to all appearances, an Azzie facility. You say to yourself, it's all going to be okay, we're (probably) not stealing anything from the Azzie's, just chatting pleasantly with an employee. No harm, no foul right?
The price is in line with acceptable smash-and-grab standards, each runner gets 1,000¥ upfront and 5,000¥ on completion. Not bad for a couple hours of honest work right?
The Jonson was straightforward, this run could get the team more work with a well funded client. Pull this job off professionally, and there will be a classy face to face to discuss long term work.