Michael McBride Posted May 21, 2010 Report Share Posted May 21, 2010 Upon receiving the letter from the Empire of France, the Board had been tossed into a little bit of a frenzy. Obviously, they couldn't send a computer with Ahab Napoleon on it, the jig would then be up. The executives had pressured Dobbs to go, but he had refused, knowing the head of a private company speaking for a government would surely arouse suspicions. Dobbs had appointed Weston Jove to go, handing him a story for Napoleon's absence. The youngest on the Board was now landing in Versailles, getting off a plane marked as from the Republic of York. Stepping out of the plane and into the crisp French air, Weston smiled. He knew that Dobbs had sent him because he didn't trust the others yet, and he knew that the trust of the most powerful man in the Republic meant one thing: it meant he could live. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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