PREVIOUSLY: “We DO need to upgrade our network—the Cook and St. Louis County sheriffs constantly give me crap about our network,” Silverthorn replied, “How long will the upgrade take?”
“Do you want it done quickly—or correctly?”
“Correctly, of course.” Continue reading
PREVIOUSLY: “REALLY? I certainly would love that!”
“Great—when can you start?”
“Yes!” Continue reading
PREVIOUSLY: They came from the St. Paul suburb of Brooklyn Heights—where Mr. Snideley was employed as a computer programmer.
While Minnesota prides itself as being welcoming to all—the truth of the matter is that racism exists almost everywhere—but particularly in the suburbs.
The mixed-race children were constantly subjected to racial-slurs—especially Billy—with his dark complexion and blue eyes—he got it from both dark & light-skinned kids. Continue reading
PREVIOUSLY: “You know what?” Joey replied, “Right now—this minute, I don’t care.”
“Neither do I—just wondering, is all.”
“You two just quit your ‘wondering,’ and enjoy the party.” Continue reading
Previously: Will that matter?
And Louisa & Anna James became Sandra and Grace Meyers,
In any case—the four were soon on the expressway from Duluth to Two Harbors. Continue reading
Previously: “Wow!” Debra exclaimed, “It’s bigger than I imagined.”
“Ralph and I usually stay at The Inn on Lake Superior, and we love it,” Linda said, “But—this will do nicely.”
“Let’s get settled, and then explore a little,” Chris suggested, “I’ve never been here.” Continue reading
Previously: “How long ‘til we get there, Chris,” Linda radioed.
“Another hour I suspect.”
“I’m hungry,” Debra’s stomach was complaining, “Let’s find a place to eat.” Continue reading
Previously: They did, and she took the shot with Boomer’s phone.
And Boomer immediately uploaded the photo to Photogram© for everyone to see.
Which, of course, was seen by Neil S Pettersen at his HQ, who exclaimed, “Oh—they are so DEAD!” Continue reading
Previously: Chris & Linda stopped into the café, and were surprised when Cujo appeared, “Cujo—what’s up?” Chris asked.
“People-dogs Boomer & Joey have been assigned by the Pettersen brothers—with their teams to go to Duluth and Superior and rob banks.” Continue reading
Previously: “In ‘Nam it was part of my job,” Mac said, “Not that it matters all that much to me—but are we talking legal work?”
“No, we’re not.”
“Okay.” Continue reading