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Nov. 15th, 2011 | 10:48 pm
posted by: agentslipper in mdc_multimedia

Cindy had found the business card in her purse when she was packing to head back to Gotham. The hologram was amusing. Very 1990's. A chill of paranoia ran up her spine. She knew that she would remember who had given it to her if she had put it there-- especially in consideration to who's business card it was. Upon examination of the back, the fear subsided.

For your computer troubles -- Cir El


A corner of her lips lifted. Cindy found Cir El's writing more sophisticated than she thought it would be. The impression left on the paper indicated that the writer was indeed as sharp and quick as the pen was over the sword

It wasn't until she had landed in Gotham and checked into her safe house that she got the card out once more. She flicked it back and forth in the light, reading the number that shimmered to the surface a number of times before she resolved to finally punch the numbers into the prepaid cell phone and see if the man or woman "behind the curtain" would pick up on the other end.

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from: oracle_online
date: Nov. 23rd, 2011 12:45 am (UTC)
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[There's a pause, before the voice picks up again] If you can tell me exactly what parts were stolen I'm sure I can get a lead. Also, please tell me everything you can about the person we're looking for. You said they didn't like to leave the house which is rather typical for a computer engineer I'll admit. So is there a chance this person was kidnapped?

[there's a sound on the other end, like someone typing on a virtual keyboard rather than a hard plastic one]

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from: agentslipper
date: Nov. 23rd, 2011 07:17 am (UTC)
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[She takes a swig from a bottle of water before she reads off the list. After she is done, she polishes off the rest of the bottle.]

Negative. Guy was too clean in even setting up the "crime scene" that nothing was taken. Odd with a bunch of computer equiptment hanging around. Barely trashed any of his room mate's things. He might of left in a hurry since he didn't wipe some of the devices at his disposal or didn't think to. We were able to find a number of websites booked to Gotham and that he had made some friends on an investment forum website who claimed they were from Gotham, but their IPs were rerouted far to many times to pinpoint their location and prove they were from Gotham. The forum members have not noticed his absence yet. I've been counting down until someone does or he fakes his own internet-death. But he hasn't made that mistake so far...


High IQ in the 120s. INTJ on Myers Briggs. Interests in stocks and animal rights. Vegan. Sort of guy who keeps a tidy appearance even though he hardly went anywhere. Grew up the outsider in a tight knit family. Hard-working working class folks, though not with a squeaky clean record. He used to be a kid and a prankster of the creul sort, but he got on the wrong side of the wrong person and ended up missing a few toes. That straightened him out, but sucked the humor out of him and made him miserly. Probably the only computer geek around that hates video games. The only game he seemed interested in was crossword puzzles.

Overall, he isn't very noticable. Kept to himself. Shut-in for the most part. Very big on routine so it's unusual that he's broken from that since he showed virtually no interest in the outside world. His degree was earned via a correspondence course. Guy was middle-aged.

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from: oracle_online
date: Dec. 6th, 2011 10:15 am (UTC)
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Sounds fun. Alright I'm checking on how these kinds of things could be used together. They seem like just random parts to most people but there seem to be a few theories floating around online.

None of them are pretty though I have to tell you. Whatever he's using this stuff for I don't think it's anything "good".

Wait. He was on a forum? Can you give me a screen name? That should be a good lead. Also if you saved any of the IPs it was routed through I'd appreciate that as well.

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from: agentslipper
date: Dec. 9th, 2011 04:02 am (UTC)
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CrackedNut-- Capitals on C and N with no space between--is his username. He uses the first name "Boris" on the forum.

She gave the websites and ip addresses readily, taking care to enunciate in her clear, crisp East Coast accent.

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from: oracle_online
date: Dec. 13th, 2011 07:26 am (UTC)
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[It was definitely someone she'd seen on the boards before. Though she hadn't spoken to him often if at all. It was a good lead though and she could definitely work her way into his systems and possibly track him down this way]

Alright. This may take a while but I'll be sure to contact you when I've got some information.

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from: agentslipper
date: Dec. 13th, 2011 07:29 am (UTC)
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Sounds good....Can you give me an idea of what you might think he is building from that list right now though?

[Cindy felt that she was so close to a break through that she could feel it in her bones.]

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from: oracle_online
date: Dec. 13th, 2011 07:59 am (UTC)
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I'm still not sure about that. But if I can break into his computer I'm sure there will be a digital blueprint or two lying around.

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from: agentslipper
date: Dec. 13th, 2011 08:19 am (UTC)
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Provided he didn't have another one he took with him... Well, let's hope for the best. I suppose I should give you something to call me by...

[She thought for a second. She needed something less obvious...Something she didn't use often]

Ashen. We'll go by that.

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from: oracle_online
date: Dec. 13th, 2011 08:50 am (UTC)
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I am Oracle. We'll speak again soon. [click]

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