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the friction of fiction: chpt. X
the friction of fiction: chpt. X
Warning: Mature content X NASTY DELAYS As far as the good Captain Zebby Emerson was concerned the entire situation had been little nothing more then a gambit, in which he’d been made the cats paw, from the moment his vessel, the Colonial Fiction, had first crossed the sensor probing thresh hold of Atlas station‘s internal docking lanes. And that above all else had been the reason he’d placed the call to his old confidant and mentor the moment he’d left the eatery, and Captain Rowbury. At first the request from Port Authority, booming unexpectedly over the Colonial Fictions slaved one M.C., for the Captain of the Class D Gregson stack train, VIN number 429774290730, currently docked in birth F-86, to report directly to the head office, with all of his vessels current registrations, permits, inspection reports, and log book in hand, had not seemed all that unnatural, outside of the fact that it had taken them three entire days worth of time to do so. In his mind, he’d figured that if any concern had arisen, it most certainly would have taken place round about thirty seconds after his ship had been probed entering the station. Regardless and as requested he’d followed through, gathering his data the moment the transmission had ended. He’d not even bothered with breakfast, figuring a tepid cup of freeze dried instant coffee would more then suffice for the time being, and that there would be opportunity enough for real sustenance sometime later on in the day, at one of the countless over priced free commerce eateries aboard station. Figuring it would be in his best interest to rapidly worm his way into the good graces of Atlas stations, Port Authorities, if in fact there was such a thing as a P.A.’s good side. If there was, he’d set out hard pressed to find it. Gathering his data, organizing it in as faultless a manner as he could, and lingering only long enough to insure his first mate Pike was up and about to care for the good name of his ship, while he was away, Zebby then aiming for the hard docked airlock, and the head office. From there he’d made fast tracks. A quick two step down the docking collar, and onto Main corridor F, and the clustered conflux of fellow fright Captains, freelance logistics brokers, Alliance personnel, and civilian station engineers. A quick jaunt sixty meters down the causeway fallowed by a hard right, onto sub corridor L19, Zebby hoofed it like a jack rabbit to the nearest Tram stop, clearly convinced that things would go smoothly, despite the fact that near everything he had in hand was either expired, in default, or outright fraudulent. There was also the daunting fact that as much as he wanted to get to the head office quickly, Lane F was just about as far away from the Port Authorities head office, as one could get on station. ***** Finished with not only the appointment he’d had with port authority, but also his breakfast, or at least as much as he could chuck down before Captain Rowbury, had arrived, Zebby now found himself waiting for the next Tram car to arrive, with the patience of a chopping block. He had allowed for the possibility that such a feat as ordering his vessel be parked as faraway from the P.A. office, as one could get, could and had plausibly been intentionally prearranged for no other reason then to make him late for his appointment, though he’d brushed the thought from his mind as quickly as it had arrived, or at least until he’d once again found himself standing at the gate of the nearest Tram stop, eagerly awaiting the next Tram car to arrive. The wait for the Tram was not the real frustration however. The efficiency of the Tram’s were near flawless, guaranteeing a car every ten minutes on the button. It was the interminable twenty minute trek back to docking lane F, that had Zebby’s eye‘s repeatedly darting towards the nearest Index board. He’d only been waiting but a minute or two for the next Tram car to arrive, according to the Index board, but the seconds were weighing heavy on his mind as though every passing second were a God’s breath worth of recollection. He watched helplessly as each three dimensional number thumped from one to the next, seemingly dropping yet another stones worth of worry upon his already cumbersome mental load. The same could be said in no small part for Shadrack’s final words as he’d left the eatery. In earnest, that above all else fraught his mind the most. What the hell had Shad been talking about? Questions. Then more question, and then even more questions that effortlessly led to yet more questions. Who had Rowbury been talking too, and why had he suddenly taken on such a damned capriciously vested interest in knowing exactly which birth it was the Colonial Fiction was currently resting in? What interest would a decorated Alliance fleet Captain have with the location of a tired old civilian class D freight pusher that had seen it’s better days long before Shad had even considered moving from a diaper to
College Park Trails
College Park Trails
[CVS ISO400 > Nikon N80 Tamron 28-80 @ -1eV F8 > CVS development Epson V100 cae agc -2 dg 1.9 4800dpi > Gimp] There you go, "The Woods": 24MP jpeg from a 30MP 8-bit 4800dpi scanned tiff, saved to 18.5MB with a jpeg Q of 95, a 28mm shot cropped to about 35mm, handheld ISO400 -1eV with no VR. What more do you need. Total cost $100 including camera, lens, film, development and scanner. Why pay more? LOL trust me, if I could buy a D700 or A850 I would have one right now, and it would take me a fraction of the time to produce these shots. I would buy one of each just to compare to scanned 35mm film. Shooting them madly until the return-period ended, and then racing to the store to return them.That's how I got stuck with an A700 :) got there 2 minutes after the store closed. Between it and the SAL18-250 I lost $500 selling them on eBay a couple of weeks later. I'd be out freezing my ass off taking shots in 27F weather right now. Lesson: never buy expensive gear retail from a local store. There are too many ways that they can refuse to take the merchandise back. They don't take it back what are you going to do, sue them? They charge you a 15% restocking fee plus $8.95 handling, what are you going to do? Always buy from some place that will take it back with a full refund as long as it's in "sellable condition" and you get it in the mail by a certain date. And for Chrissakes get insurance on it. And pay Visa, not Paypal, so that you can call your CC company and cancel the charge. That is the only leverage you really have. Then at least you can see if that camer or lens that you're slavering over is really worth the $2500. Or $1500 or whatever the case may be. The only way to know for sure is to buy it and shoot it. That is one of the good things about buying gear from Adorama, they have a 30 day no-charge return policy and it's a convenient 5 hour drive from my house. In midtown Manhattan. And they are not exactly "rigid" about the return-date, as long as you keep enough of the gear that you buy from them, and on top of that they are not much more expensive than buying on eBay but with them you get a full factory warranty on all new gear and a limited warranty on used gear. I won't pay prices on eBay for crap that I can get retail for slightly more money with a return period. And then people drive up eBay auctions over the retail price at Adorama...and then say they don't have the money to pay. eBay can be a lot of fun. The main thing that people need to remember is why are they spending so much money on crap they really don't need? My theory is that it's really simple, one thing that we can really do when we want to do something is to buy things. And the more that these things cost the more valuable they are to us, because they are status symbols as much as anything else. A guy may not need a $2500 camera but if he has one sitting on your shelf then he's not doing too bad in life, regardless of what anyone else says. Unless of course it's a judge or a repo man with a court order :) ..even then, he still had it, for a while. Which is better than not having it at all, ever. It is impossible to experience life without acquiring things. At some level it becomes all about acquiring things and very little about actually gaining experience with them. There's only so much experience that you can have with so many things. But having them, that's easy if you have the money. Or you're willing to lie, cheat or steal. And there are not too many people in this world who have not lied, cheated or stolen to get something that they really really wanted but didn't have what it takes to get it, legally, fair and square. Someone says that they've never done it, wouldn't ever do it, couldn't possibly do it? You can bet that they are lying. We are all humans, none of us are perfect, and those who claim that they are, well, it's pretty clear that they are not. They can't even be honest with themselves, much less with you. So anyway one must have enough experience to make qualified judgments, and without experience there is no basis for comparison. But often once you have paid enough and jumped through enough hoops to get that experience you're going to want your money back. Be sure that you can get your money back before you go too far down the road. A lot of times the scam is the promise that you can get your money back if you're not happy, but when you come back for it they're long gone. It's not that they cheat you on what you can do, it's that they cheat you on what *they* are going to do. And there are not many things that hurt like putting your trust and faith into someone, believing them when they say that they are going to do something, that they are going to be there for you, and you come back relying on them and they are long gone, laughing all the way, never intending to be there for you, ever. No feeling at all like being played for a fool, finding out that you were stu

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