It is a strange and disorienting feeling to feel relegated to the role of “horrified observer” when you have been taught your whole life that you live under a participatory and responsive government. — Jozef K Rad, Plastic.com

Chapter 19, Page 5

Chapter 19, Page 5

Good, now that Jacob has laid down a few new rules and everyone is nicey-nicey again, our crew can get back to saving the world.  🙂

↓ Transcript
Jacob: -- that one didn't work.
Girii: Jacob, it was all his --
Jacob: Save it. I can't trust you. You lie too well. I just need you to know two things. One, no matter how scary I seem, I really am trying to help everyone. Everyone. And two, if I ever see you touch another gun I'm going to break both your arms. Are we clear?
Girii: Yeah. Not a problem.
Jacob: Good. Now...did you say something about a stealth copter?

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Discussion (4)¬

  1. z00l00k says:

    Jacob seems to be the man that realizes that what he do is the necessary thing and at least tries to not have too much remorse over it.

  2. CapnCoconuts says:

    He’s sure taking an attempt on his life pretty well.

  3. EveryZig says:

    @CapnCoconuts
    I’d imagine that he’s used to it by now.

  4. Ming the Merciless says:

    Finally rid of AI….which are greatly overrated…
    They have the right attitude at Dilbert’s
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    http://assets.amuniversal.com/083739a00e36013466a5005056a9545d