BlackSky: I'm sure something as intelligent as you can understand why you need boundaries.
[The information I found regarding the fate of the others was not deemed important?]
BlackSky: You've drawn me into a trap which could cost my life.
[Or simply we could track them down and put an end to their crimes?]
BlackSky: I cannot do something like that. It's far beyond me.
[And yet here you are, having accomplished something many can only dream of.]
BlackSky: This isn't something I can do.
[So you would rather sit here and wait for the culprit to find you, when you clearly have a chance at thwarting their crimes?]
BlackSky: I can only do so much alone.
[You are not alone, Blake.]
BlackSky: Fine. I'll do what you say.
[It might be best to tell your friend that you might be busy for a while.]
BlackSky: Keep to your own affairs and I'll mind my own. Try and find some more information without being tracked.
I then looked to the messaging program.
OpalSnow: Please reply somehow.
BlackSky: What do you want?
OpalSnow: Why didn't you come to class?
BlackSky: I wasn't feeling too well.
OpalSnow: Wasn't? So you're okay now?
OpalSnow: They told me to give you some notes, can we meet up, maybe?
BlackSky: You ask that a lot.
OpalSnow. You know you want to.
BlackSky: Will you stop asking if I agree to this one time?
OpalSnow: Trust me, once won't be enough.
BlackSky: Your ego is repulsive. I'll see you soon, anyway.
It had gotten dark out and it looked as though I'd lost sense of time. I wasn't sure where my father was, but I guessed he didn't want to be around someone he barely knew. This assumption was rather harsh and I felt upset because of this horrid truth. Then again, my paranoia was probably to blame. Putting on my coat, I went outside and stood in the cold.