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From: Dark Elf <VESPOSIT@****.SUNYSB.EDU>
Subject: MagnaTech On th Offensive
Date: Mon, 9 Nov 92 14:44:22 EST
>>>>>[ Wow! I have been out of touch for a few days!!!! Sorry for being
silent for so long, but a bunce of local trid pirates contracted me
to do some satellite work. They've got enough connections to keep them
on the air for months! You Seattle dwellers should be able to pick
them up, look for shows like "I shot the CorpCop" and "Aliens ate my
Boss's Cyberdeck", it's some real funny stuff. They're even putting
one on at my request, "The Neo-Anarchists Guide to Demolitions."
Anyway, I didn't know that MagnaTech was preparing an assault on the
Intrepid until a few hours ago, and I've arranged to send Tirandor a
warning. I don't really trust that Dragon, but I can't allow anyone to
blow him out of the water until I've had a chance to question BobK, one
of his chopper pilots about the MagnaTech explosion. ]<<<<<
---Dark Elf <Earning / a Living>

>>>>>[ OH, and by the way Dante, I wouldn't be too worried about the
you should see some of the new defenses the Dragon's installed in the
past two years!! It makes a battalion of Panzers look timid!!! A few
months ago I had the privalege of seeing the Intrepid open up on the
escape boat belonging to a bunch of would-be shadowrunners. They must
have tried to get something really important, 'cause the deck gunners
cut loose with 4 autocannons, and the flight crew was ready to scramble
a whole squad of gunships. The little patrol boat lasted about 15
seconds before disintegrating under heavy cannon fire. It was a great
fireworks show! ]<<<<<
---Dark Elf <14:35:04/11-09-53>


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