Portal Breach: The Collision of Worlds :: v.4.0


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    Join date : 2011-04-06
    Age : 7
    Level : 60

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    Post by Livewire on Wed Jul 16, 2014 3:46 pm

    DATE:  JULY 16
    TIME:  15:30





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    Well, that seemed good enough.  As her optics scanned over the laminated paper advertisement in her hands, Livewire thought back over why she was even standing in front of the Bulletin Board today.  Dulled metal fingertips clenched the plastic-covered collection of plant fibers that were dotted in what she thought was an acceptable way to relieve her boredom.     It had been so long since Livewire had been in a steady job, not since Flash left, and the inclination to find some sort of work had flittered about in her mind every now and again when it was quiet.  

    “Maybe I should have put a picture on this.”  Livewire had thought about working for some of her friends, Aya in particular, but the femme was well aware that she wouldn’t make the best employee.   She didn’t know when something might set her into a mood, and her tolerance for extended exposure to even those she cared for had been slashed dramatically.   She was still so bored, though, and working as a taxi service had been suggested to her once or twice.   “It’ll do for now.”

    Her comment stated, Livewire carefully pinned the advertisement in a less cluttered area, about eye-level with most of the adult residents in the city.  She turned on her heel and began walking away, home-bound to take care of her family’s pets.   With the existing presence of normal taxis in the city, Livewire assumed that any jobs she received would be transporting luggage or specialty items.  At least that way she didn’t have to worry about anything disgusting happening to her seats.

    …right?

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