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The Fixer 10

Tim first sent a brief message to the senator in question, alerting her to the insider threat. Let her clean her own house. Then he began putting together his official report to the committee. Ned still had one nagging question, … Continue reading

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The Fixer 09

The next attempt targeted Ned. It was just two days later that Tim had sent him down to the state’s corporation records office. For once, they were on a case trying absolve someone — a senator — of false accusations. … Continue reading

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The Fixer 08

They knew that police protection was out of the question; Tim wasn’t a VIP. Things had really changed in urban areas like the one flung out around the seat of government. Before the introduction of energy weapons, police departments had … Continue reading

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The Fixer 07

In the last exchange between Ned and Franklin before sending the souped up cell phone, there was a warning. It fit right into the game dialog. “You know that this makes you a party to espionage, Franklin. Somehow you poked … Continue reading

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The Fixer 06

A few days later, and thousands of miles away, the chief of the crawler team was thoroughly surprised when a military vehicle belonging to a small European nation pulled up in front the small cluster of buildings the team had … Continue reading

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The Fixer 05

They had given up on that morning’s workout, and were changing back into street clothes. “Ned, when did your AI wake up and start working independently?” Ned had pulled on one sock and stopped for a moment with the other … Continue reading

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The Fixer 04

In Tim’s line of work, a few good successes brought trust and access that ensured continued success. Granted, he was handed inquiries from the committee, but usually he knew about them long before through private comments and off-the-record guidance. Lots … Continue reading

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