Saturday, January 14, 2012

Forgetting Something?

Still don't know what that fucking note was about. I figure it's some moronic proxy just trying to psych us out. Because obviously we're rookies who are going to get spooked by random notes, not like we've been at this for a while and seen all kinds of horrific things.
Oh no, these notes are /so scary/.

And yeah, notes. There's been a couple more. On our hotel room door and on the windshield-they don't seem to be able to catch us anywhere else. Stupid shit. "Look around" and "Father's watching".

Urgh, I know he's watching, I hardly sleep for the amount of watching he does, shut up about it already.

On the bright side, that lottery ticket won us a few hundred bucks, so that's a nice bit of cash-it'll pay for our rooms for a few days.

Otherwise... things are pretty calm. I've gotten more or less back to normal, we have our routine, Emily seems to be doing pretty well. Elliott's... well, he's him. He's doing just fine. Bitching about being back in the US, but he's just giving me shit for the fuck of it. It's easier to be somewhere where at least one of us legally exists and isn't risking being booted from the country because I didn't have a visa.

So, that's us. Just running. Dealing with some moronic shithead of a proxy.  And winning the lottery.

13 comments:

  1. Perhaps they have a new strategy. Project Pester?

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  2. A Proxy gave you a winning lottery ticket...
    That's... I don't know what to make of that. Sound suspicious. Stay alert.

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  3. I am glad you
    are alright
    Elaine, look
    after them.

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  4. You won the lottery? Oh my gosh that's kinda cool even though you're running! haha maybe you're luck is changing!

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    1. Or it was intended for them to. What're the odds, really, that a proxy just... gives up a winning lotto ticket?
      The question is how the proxy would benefit from knowing they cashed the ticket in...

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    2. The winning numbers hadn't been announced yet. Unless they rigged the lottery, it was just blind luck.
      Somehow I don't think they'd bother.

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    3. Giles, my good internet, why that's just fucking paranoid! Seriously, that's conspiracy theory worthy. Let me make you a hat. I've got some tin foil around here somewhere.

      If they really wanted to find Elaine, it seems it might be faster to stake out places you can buy alcohol. Just look at the fucking tags. Please, tell me you're letting the crazy student from the forest do the fucking driving.

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    4. I'm perfectly sober around Emily, thank you very much. What I do at night in private has nothing to do with anything.

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    5. It's fair comment if you fucking well choose to do the boneheaded thing and keep tagging your posts like that. Privacy is only as good as the steps you take to ensure it.

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    6. You say I'm paranoid, my dear Robin? Perhaps you're right.
      Suspicions involving proxies in this day and age are completely unjustified, and there is certainly a perfectly rational explanation for this 'coincidence' (that I now assert to believe in).
      And thank you, but I already own a tin foil fedora. It's quite stylish, although it seems to lack a proper hat-band.

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  5. Hey, I just wanted to say thanks and all

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    1. Sure thing. I try to help where I can.

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  6. Stay safe. This may be a new one but they're the ones to watch out for. Much like real life young wannabe gangsters; they don't quite understand the situation they're in.

    Some of these Proxies may be completely insane but they have the intelligence to temper it with plans. This one's lack of understanding could make him all the more dangerous.

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