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  • Commodore Nova
    What is the problem Mr. Williamson?
    Message 1 of 13 , Nov 1, 2003
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      What is the problem Mr. Williamson?
    • scott williamson
      [furtively looking over his shoulder] Williamson: I have a serious problem with a hacker. My entire personal account has been drained. Twice. Mig: Now
      Message 2 of 13 , Nov 3, 2003
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        [furtively looking over his shoulder]
        Williamson: "I have a serious problem with a hacker. My entire
        personal account has been drained. Twice."

        Mig: "Now that's what I call a credit tap!"

        Starbirth: "so you have changed accounts?"

        Williamson: "Of course. Then the second account dried up
        mysteriously."
      • majgheltbrenner
        Mr. Williamson, with all due respect, what does this have to do with us? Do you not have your own comptechs to handle this sort of
        Message 3 of 13 , Nov 3, 2003
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          <shifting uncomfortably> Mr. Williamson, with all due respect, what
          does this have to do with us? Do you not have your own comptechs to
          handle this sort of thing? <flings an exaserbated glance Mig's way>
        • scott williamson
          Well, Major, I d like to think our own computer specialists could handle this, but these are my personal accounts. I can t devote Ion Productions resources to
          Message 4 of 13 , Nov 3, 2003
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            "Well, Major, I'd like to think our own computer specialists could
            handle this, but these are my personal accounts. I can't devote Ion
            Productions resources to this. I want to hire you guys to get to the
            bottom of this."
          • majgheltbrenner
            Very good, sir.
            Message 5 of 13 , Nov 3, 2003
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              <Stiffens, snaps a salute> Very good, sir.
              <Steps back, nears door & goes "at-ease">
            • Commodore Nova
              [Mig nods at Gavin, then turns to Williamson] Understandable Mr. Williamson, HOWEVER, as you know we don t work cheap. After having your account sucked dry
              Message 6 of 13 , Nov 3, 2003
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                [Mig nods at Gavin, then turns to Williamson]
                "Understandable Mr. Williamson, HOWEVER, as you know we don't work
                cheap. After having your account sucked dry twice, can you really
                afford us? I hate to turn you down, but I think you'd be wise to find
                someone cheaper."
              • scott williamson
                [Williason chuckles to himself] Commodore, I assure you, financing is no problem. I need YOUR team on this job. You have a proven track record in this arena.
                Message 7 of 13 , Nov 4, 2003
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                  [Williason chuckles to himself]
                  "Commodore, I assure you, financing is no problem. I need YOUR team
                  on this job. You have a proven track record in this arena. You helped
                  me before..."
                • majgheltbrenner
                  This is the problem with all of this unnecessary technology...
                  Message 8 of 13 , Nov 4, 2003
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                    <mutters very softly to self, almost under his breath> This is the
                    problem with all of this unnecessary technology...<begins to fidget
                    some, and attention wanders to elements/ decor within the office>
                  • Starbirth
                    [interrupting Williamson] you suspect Vector Fields, i take it?
                    Message 9 of 13 , Nov 4, 2003
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                      [interrupting Williamson]"you suspect Vector Fields, i take it?'
                    • scott williamson
                      [Williamson looks near panic. He steps in closer as we sit across the table from him. Stu is sitting on the floor] Shhh![at barely a whisper] Don t even say
                      Message 10 of 13 , Nov 4, 2003
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                        [Williamson looks near panic. He steps in closer as we sit across the
                        table from him. Stu is sitting on the floor]
                        "Shhh![at barely a whisper] Don't even say that name out loud. He
                        probably has us bugged even now."
                      • Sturhnak Meehn Abhal
                        Stu: But Mr. Williamson, Starbirth, Josep Preeborn, and the...late Bri aitsya destroyed Bector Pields. Starbirth: that isn t completely/totally accurate.
                        Message 11 of 13 , Nov 4, 2003
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                          Stu:"But Mr. Williamson, Starbirth, Josep Preeborn, and the...late
                          Bri'aitsya destroyed Bector Pields."

                          Starbirth:"that isn't completely/totally accurate."

                          Williamson: "What are you two talking about?"
                        • majgheltbrenner
                          Message 12 of 13 , Nov 4, 2003
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                            <stifles a snort at the mention of Bri's name in Stu's response,
                            appears bored, but still remains at-ease>
                          • scott williamson
                            Williamson [apparently confused]: Whoever this is is claiming to be Fields. Why would anyone do that? Starbirth: we crashed/eliminated Fields s
                            Message 13 of 13 , Nov 5, 2003
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                              Williamson [apparently confused]: "Whoever this is is claiming to be
                              Fields. Why would anyone do that?"

                              Starbirth: "we crashed/eliminated Fields's software/systems only in
                              the Tendril GRID. unfortunately, he discovered/detected us and was
                              able to sever connection before we could attempt to trace the paths
                              his other systems/cores. it is possible/probable he could/would have
                              established new datastream bubbles/connections in the Tendril GRID by
                              now.
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