The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: More Futurisitic Fun Than You Really Wanted, part I of V« on: March 29, 2011, 08:59:27 pm »
"Should have seen the guy. He was elated. Didn't have the heart to tell him the rumors."
"He wouldn't have believed them anyway. You know those goddamn servoheads are too jacked up on adrenaline and Paynejuice to think anymore."
"Payne juice? That drug's a wonder and applicable to way more than just the Paynites. None of those poor fools would last a mission if it wasn't for it."
"And another thing, off that Paynite shit, all credit goes to the servoheads. Yeah, they have a tough job. No, I do not envy them, but at least they're on the juice. We're in this hive straight. They get, what, two encounters a mission? A half dozen? We're running dozens a day. No replacement for the real thing or anything, but those vids are a little too vivid, and some joker rigged up Operations to have stadium sound so we can hear every little scream and, well, whatever the fuck you call that gurggling shrieking shit the Nessies make."
"What have you got against Paynites? Maybe if you took some of the 'juice' off duty you wouldn't come in with your nerves all shot! Look at you! You can't hold a coffee cup without spilling it, I'm going to have to start plastic wrapping the instruments!"
"I let my tension out by jerking off onto your chair when you take bathroom breaks."
"Anyway, do you think it's true? About the retirements?"
"Yeah, you're probably right. After all, considering the keep us locked underground during off hours and the non disclosure agreements and all. You're probably right. They just let servoheads that have fought fucking monsters just walk out the front door, go tell Auntie Erin."
"And the alternative is what?"
"We're all in this for life. Us. Servoheads. Command, probably."
"You think the whole thing will last that long?"
"Nope." ... "You know, you look like you could use an extra cuppa Payne juice tonight. Tell you what, suck it down and then try to picture what our own retirement's going to look like."