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Message no. 1
From: Mark Imbriaco <mark@********.IP.NET>
Subject: Peninsula Run.
Date: Tue, 18 Oct 1994 16:50:31 GMT-0500
***** PRIVATE: Jasmine
>>>>>[ I think I might just be interested in this run you're cooking up.
I've been a merc lately, doing some runs in Azzieland, but that gets old
real quick. I'd just love the chance to hose a few policlubbers, those
guys need to learn how to stop hassling our kind. (I'm an ork, btw.)
You can reach me at >>encrypted<< if you need to know anything
-- Tiny < 21:47:18/10:18:55 >
Message no. 2
From: Brad Shantz <bshantz@****.COM>
Subject: Re: Peninsula Run.
Date: Tue, 18 Oct 1994 14:12:52 PDT
*****Private: Tiny
>>>>>[Welcome aboard, Tiny. Just to give you an idea of what's happening.
policlub (we think) has been poisoning Orks by spraying some sort of pesticide
into living areas. Basically, some orks had moved from the Seattle
underground to Whidbey Island and were living in the bunkers at Fort Casey.
Anyway, to make a long story short, a group of orks went up to Whidbey to
check out the "colony" only to find several dead Orks and the smelll of a
really heavy pesticide in the air. One of the "colony" orks wasn't quite dead
yet and let them know that some had survived and headed over to the bunkers in
Port Townsend under the fort there. Once again, the scene was similar, no
orks, but the smell of pesticide was everywhere. I don't expect any
difficulty, but I want to get a sample of that "spray" and test it. I have
more info, but I'll give it to everyone when we get a chance to meet.]<<<<<
-- Jasmine < 14:15:00/10-18-55 >

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