"I wonder who they pissed off that much! For someone to do this to them!" Greta asked as she peered over to the tower. Arms fire was all over the ground. Rockets and laser beams rocked the tower.
"I think, we had better head out, before the welcoming committee finds out about us. What do you think?" Baxter suggests, as he looks about the helm, trying to figure out where they were going to put these two lost souls that were here.
They lifted off as the tower burst into flames, and pieces of it were now air borne. The tower was no more.
Glad looked at the data again, she could not understand as to how the data had come from there. That card had not been used in years. Who would have targeted her? She treated her employees with the greatest of care and her employers had nothing to say about their not being pleased with them,
She contacted the Security to try and tell them, there had to have been a mistake made by them. She looked at the screens which showed four of her clubs erupt into white flames.
One club was where the limo had been blown to smithereens. Security was studying the scene of the explosions. They were checking everything over. They were occupied with their study of the crime scene.
I want to know; who arranged for this to have happened there has to be an explanation for this?
The officer, who was talking to her, had her hands full. The space traffic control center had just been destroyed. There was a riot there. None of this made any sense to her. The clubs were in flames, a minute after curfew. They had security having been designed for such an event as this. In one place fine. However this was happening all over the city at one time.
She was trying to find out the cause of this. Without success. The cybers were in the clubs, where they should not have been. They should have been at home. Waiting to go to the hospital, but no. They were there at the clubs.
Someone arranged for them to be given a free pass to go to the clubs. There was no way, this could happen. Yet it happened. All of the cybers were at the clubs, doing what their parents had wished they could have done when they were old enough to go there.
She asked, “Who issued the pass?"
The response came back, that it was Glad!