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Joe Spivey

 
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A Shot In The Dark [9]

 

Mick Fischer was probably one of the closest people to the pond then the bomb went off. He had been dozing against the wall of the entrance to the Life-net bunker. The shock made him leap to his feet then he found himself gazing at the column of water erupted thirty or forty metres up into the air.

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A Shot In The Dark [8]

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Kirsten.” Joe said, softly smiling, palms held up before him. His supplication did nothing so deflect or reduce the dark brown Oriental fury that was emanating from Kirsten’s eyes. The left hand rose to indicate the lounge door. The right arm lowered a bemused Anneka to the ground. The thin brown lips gave only slightly to issue Anni an instruction.

Go find Silja.”

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A Shot In The Dark [5]

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Crossing the hall from Joe’s study to the kitchen, Silja’s legs felt like jelly. Maybe it was the brandy, but the time she had just spent with Joe made her think deeply about her situation, a lot.


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A Shot In The Dark [3]

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Silja sat tight lipped in the passenger seat of Joe’s van. She could see Joe’s knuckles showing white even against his pallid skin. She listened to him breathing through his nose, it was slow, regular, but through his nose, audible above the rumble of the van and the odd crashed gear change. Silja rubbed at the chafing left on her wrists by several applications of handcuffs. She was not looking forward to arriving at Chez- Spivey, not one bit.

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A Shot In The Dark [2]

 

 The three police officers knowledge of Icelandic expletives was expanding exponentially as they hauled Silja out of the van and into the Police Station. The tirade only intensified as they shut the iron door to the cell.

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A Shot In The Dark [1] A continuation of 'Siblings'

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Kirsten’s morning was not going well.

 

She had started the day in a benevolent mood. Yesterday had been Silja’s day off and she had decided to let Silja sleep late. Silja had come home late and had probably had a nice evening with her friends so Kirsten had seen to breakfast.

 

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The Day Joe's Life Changed

 

Her side...

 I see a dark green sporty car by the auctioneer. 

            I ask out loud " Who's is this?"

             "Oi ! My car.. bugger off away from it, I've just had the resprayed!",  Came the reply from a rather older chap who had just dropped all his papers on the ground.

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Rear Window [Epilogue]

 

Somewhere at the bottom of a canyon, a phone rang, It was enough to momentarily scare away the mutated beast which was pawing away at strips of duct tape. The phone stopped ringing. The beast sniffed the air and sensing no danger returned to it’s meal. After the phone rang several times more, the beast no longer saw the need for caution, it simply ignored the sound and tore the carcass of it’s lunch apart.

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So Long Ago... So Clear

Silja closed the kitchen door and watched the scrawny kid for a few minutes. The kid hunkered down in the yard and finished off the humongous sandwich unaware that she was being watched. Finally, comestibles consumed, Finny unlatched the gate and disappeared from view. Silja closed the blind and turned away, glancing at the clock. Anneka’s bedtime.

 

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Safety Inspection Day

The noise slowly fades up into a quiet hubub and we find ourselves in the smokey interior of The Tap. It is evening, but not so late that alcohol fueled arguments have yet led to spilled blood or that errent spouses are starting work on their excuses for being late home. But it is late enough that the smell of food has pretty much given way to the smell of hops and cheap tobacco.

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Hunger [Zombies Ate My Neighbours]

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A normal day at Wafflehouse.A simple meal that contains : Steak,optionally fries or drinks.

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I Got Those Forced Adoption Blues

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Joe was sitting in a quiet corner of his favourite watering hole when the door opened and Tukiko Troy stepped across the threshold. Joe looked up from his suds. Tuki appeared a tad annoyed about something and possesed of a certain Hyle-like determination in her demeanor that made Joe think that genetic traits might, in fact, be contageous after all. Sighing, Joe put the glass back down on the wet, mug-ringed tabletop as Tuki marched across the sawdust strewn floor towards his little haven. "Here we go." He muttered under his breath.

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Pauper's grave (semi-OOC)

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*a lengthy note without a title or signature is pinned to NF's bulletin board:

 

It might be late but better late than never
we used up all the cliches and our stories have run dry.
But we were your muse and your love and enemy
everything you wanted, we gave - Don't put us in a pauper's grave.

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The questioning of Joe Spivey - Part 8 and last part

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Sector two – Northfields.
New Flagstaff.

 

 

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The questioning of Joe Spivey - Part 7

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Sector two – Northfields.
New Flagstaff.

 

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The questioning of Joe Spivey - Part 6

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Sector two – Northfields.
New Flagstaff.

 

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The questioning of Joe Spivey - Part 5

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Sector two – Northfields.
New Flagstaff.

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The questioning of Joe Spivey - Part 4

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Sector two – Northfields.
New Flagstaff.

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The questioning of Joe Spivey - Part 3

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Sector two – Northfields.
New Flagstaff.

 

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The questioning of Joe Spivey - Part 2

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Sector two – Northfields.
New Flagstaff.

 

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The questioning of Joe Spivey - Part 1

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Sector two – Northfields.
New Flagstaff.

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On The Edge Of The Barrel ((OOC info unless you are involved))

"It's hard to get out of the barrel. It's slippery around the edges and people are happy to see you fall back in." Robert Downey, Jr.

The rain had almost stopped and now the streets gleamed in the moonlight and the piles of refuse and dead dogs had that just washed 'sheen' that would last only until the sun came up.

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Trouble

bells

"A panorama of mountains appears to naive vision almost as a flat picture, and the starry void is a roof pricked with light."

 

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Changes aren't permanent, but change is

      Kirsten looked down at her new daughter suckling at her breast, not even a day oldyet. She smiles at the infant. Kirsten still felt worn out from the sudden and rapid delivery she made on the floor of the kitchen. Thank the stars Sorja Troy as on hand. Kirsten smiles to herself as he remembers Joe's unhelpful helpfulness. But at least he was there the moment Kirsten gave birth, she smiled at his face when Sorja announced that the baby was in fact a girl.

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Just a Job (part three)

He was going to need a spade.


Joe cursed under his breath. A flashlight yes but he hadn't reckoned on having to dig the trapdoor out from under half a ton of assorted rubble.


"Well," he said, looking out beyond the burnt down wall towards the old tree at the far side a small garden meadow. "That's just my bleedin luck ain't it now." He climbed and slid over the blackened remains until he at last jumped down onto the sun-parched grass and set off across the meadow towards the tree.


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Late for Work

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          Kirsten rolled over and snuggled into Joe's hairy back, he was deeply sleeping. She stretched up and kissed lovingly the top of Joe's baldy head , feeling the warmth of his back on her naked breasts. Kirsten smiled " Sleep on my love."

          Joe simply snored.

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"Do you know anything..."

"...of her whereabouts?"

Joe arrived back at the apartment still angry and flustered from the brief talk with Reavy. Fortunately, Kirsten was not home yet. The last thing he wanted was more questions.

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The things you refuse to believe - Part 1 of 2

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Almost two months ago

After leaving Thomas in the care of the last family he had and with promises to return and see him again Subdane felt a strong need to see Tuki.

If Hyle needed to search for Sorja alone and at the same time needed someone she trusted to look after Tuki, that was his place for the time being, that and take care of Marissa.

Sub

 

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A crumpled note for Joe....

(( When Silja got back from her last courier mission, Joe was not in his 'offoce. so she passed this note to Rodney along with the keys to the car Joe had lent her for the job. Rodney of course put the note somewhere 'safe' and promptly forgot about it...) 

       Hai Joe...

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