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From: David D. West lightfinger@****.com
Subject: Look DVixen! I Posted A Story! :-)
Date: Mon, 19 Apr 1999 11:19:59 -0500
David Buehrer wrote:
> Geek Code: GCS d-( ) s++:->+ a@ C++>$ US P L >++ E? W++>+++ !N o-- K-
> w+ o? M- VMS? PS+(++) PE+(++) Y+ !PGP t+(++) 5+(++) X++(+++) R+>$ tv+
> b++ DI++++ D+(++) G e+>+++ h--->---- r+++ y+++
> X-Mailer: ELM [version 2.4 PL21]
> Content-Type: text
> Content-Length: 687
> Bruce wrote:
> /
> [snip: Johnson doesn't appear to be consistent]
> /
> / I guess he could cancel the stick numbers and thus not pay them at
> / all. but it may be far too late for that by the time he gets around to
> / it. The story seems fun other than that oversight. From what I read, I
> / cant understand why the J would give these morons any info or money at
> / all. Better he gives then a letter bomb in the package and saves
> / himself and the rest of the running community a lot of trouble
> Or, his eyes could light up as he has finally found a team stupid enough to
> send on the mission that will distract the target corp from the top notch
> team assigned for the real mission <EG>.
> -David

Don't ask me why the Johnson still paid out. Why, might you say? Because
this incident actually occurred during a game session, and yet the
players were still paid by the Johnson.

There was actually 12 people on the team, not 10. I was at another table
with another of the team the whole time.




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