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- Posted: Sun, 24 Jan 2010 21:33:26 +0000
Choose a card, any card, I guarantee it will be your lastAs always, problem after problem prevented him from finishing perhaps his greatest work of art. Such a simple thing yet it always eluded his grasp, the little things stopping him and causing him to have to start over from the beginning and infuriating him to no end; yet he found himself enjoying every second of it. The challenge it presented him was unlike so many of his other 'toys', even his favorite cards had presented lesser challenge than his current endeavor. "Perhaps if I replace the pressure plate with a electronic activation system, then maybe I could increase the speed of its emergence an- Hey watch it!" Siege looked up from the ground to meet the eyes of the person that had bumped into him. "Watch where your going fool." Siege felt his face go hot with anger at the mans insult but quickly calmed himself. "Sir perhaps you should watch yourself instead." The man grunted as he walked away, not knowing he was missing something very important. Siege on the other hand had gained something from the mans loss. "Hmmm thank you Johnny Zhào, for your contribution to my invention funds." Siege simply threw the wallet away in the nearest trashcan and continued walking, a bag of supplies wrapped around his wrist. "Nylon cord, scrap metal, wielding fuel, pressure activated valve, and of course." Siege peeked into the bag with a small smile. "Pizza rolls." His favorite snack of all time, and his only addiction though he almost got hooked on Reese’s peanut butter cups. "Well looks like tonight is gonna be an all nighter as well huh?" Siege sighed happily as he walked down the street, his thoughts turning to his other ‘work’. When was the last time had Siege seen his sister Mariel, he counted at least four days. Not good, he had to make sure she was still alive. “So where would I be if I was Mariel? Hmmm…” Siege scratched his head as he walked right past the woman he was looking for, not noticing the café as he thought.