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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 8, 2014

    Harp

    She sits down scared.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 20, 2014

    To Seth

    "Love it!"

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 15, 2014

    &Rhoцъłĩc Єѝєm&gamma Ѝцmъєя ⒈

    Public Enemy Number 1. By &#167&#1108&#1026 (Seth)<p>
    Isaac Crane, a former agent of the TNS, sulked around the corner. He had watched as a big muscular man had investigated the accident of Kenneth Van Tassel. He watched as another man (Alex Springer), who was also muscular, with short brown hair, and eyes as blue as the sky, and a ta<_>ttoo of a bloody knife on his right bicep, handed a laptop to the man he decided to call Brawny for his muscled arms. Isaac watched watched as Brawneys eybrows scrunched together in concentration, then Brawny got up and jogged to his gr<_>ay van with the other guy following closely behind.<br>
    Isaac watched till the van rounded the corner and a cop car pulled up next to the wreck. He sprinted forward toward the cop car whipping his pi<_>stol out and sh<_>ot the cop in the head.<p>
    Ben drovethe van around the corner and got onto the highway driving for a while before he pulled into Ko'Olina, which is where the Di<_>sney resort is along with a bunch of other fancy expensive hotels. He slowed to a stop next to a security guard that stood inside a booth. Ben flashed his ID to the guard and then continued driving.<br>
    He drove two blocks down the main street befoe turning into the Ihilani's garage, parking between a silver Po<_>rche and a black Co<_>rvette. Ben and Alex got out of the van and got into the elevator. The elevator doors were just closing when a police car pulled into the garage.<p>
    Isaac drove the car he had taken from the police officer after he had sh<_>ot him. He stalked the gray van making sure not to get too close to it. When the gray van pulled up to the security gate, Isaac slowed the police car down so the people in the van couldnt see him. When the van drove off, Isaac drove up to the guard.<br>
    "ID please," the guard said in a bored tone.<br>
    Isaac searched in his backpack that was laying on the seat next to him and found what he was looking for.<br>
    "Um sir i need some-" thats as far as the guard got before Isaac shot him in the head with his silenced pi<_>stol.<br>
    Isaac pulled into te garage several seconds after the other two guys did. He parked the police car and walked to the elevator and got in.<br>
    "Hmm, twelve floors. Which one?" He muttered as he pulled his FPL (Finger Print Light) out and scanned the buttons. "Sixth floor seems to be the most resent i guess ill go with that."<p>
    Ben and Alex pulled open the door marked 613 just as the elevator opened behind them. Ben locked the door as Alex went to the control panel and typed a simple code consisting of three numbers, 613. Ben looked around at the room which was bare except for a bookshelf, and a sink so rusted it looked red. Alex closed the panel as the bookshelf slid across th wall revealing a hallway leading to the temporary head quarters of TNS.<p>
    More will be at the next result today. ~&#167&#1108&#1026

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