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The Run Down Under/Gettin' Giggy with Shadowrun - Thursday, December 1st, 2005

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December 1st, 2005, 6:15pm - 11:15pm

Keith's Apartment
217 W. Koch St.
Bozeman, MT 59715

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The building is on the corner of Koch and Third. The apartment is at the top of the stairs.

Rainbow called Jake, his street doc contact.

"Hello, Rainbow, what's up?" Jake asked.

"Well, I was wondering if you could get me some kind of truth serum and some chloroform."

"That depends. When do you need it?"

"Well, the sooner, the better. You know how these things are..."

"Let me get back to you on that. Of course, you know it will cost extra to get it rushed."

After hanging up, Rainbow went down to a local hardware store and picked up a hand truck and a moderately sturdy portable cabinet. He got the cabinet and truck in his van when Jake called back.

"I've got it for you. You just needed one dose, right?"

"Yeah," Rainbow replied, "One dose will be fine."

"Well, why don't you come on over to the clinic and pick it up."

"OK, I'll be right over," Rainbow responded. "By the way, would you have anything that would erase someone's short term memory, or make them forget a couple of hours?"

"Yeah," Jake replied, "I've got something for that. It sounds like your going on a really bad date, man."

"Well, the less you know..." Rainbow said, leaving it hanging for a moment before continuing. "I'll be over in a few minutes."

Rainbow went over to Jake's "clinic" and picked up his order, then went over to the building where Jordan Martin of the campus chapter of Humanity First lived and waited, watching for Mr. Martin to return home. A couple of hours later when he got home, Rainbow got out of his van and followed him into the building, stepping onto the elevator just before the doors closed.

"Hey, how's it going?" Jordan asked.

"Fine, and you?" Rainbow replied.

"Fine," Jordan replied. "Which floor?" he asked, noting that Rainbow hadn't pushed a button.

"Oh, all the way up," Rainbow replied, pushing the button for the eleventh floor.

They rode on in silence to the fourth floor where the car stopped and Jordan got off. "Later, man," he said over his shoulder as he got off the elevator.

As soon as the doors closed, Rainbow pushed the button for the fifth floor. He got off when the elevator stopped, and ran down the stairs to the fourth floor opening the door just in time to see which door Jordan stepped through. he then took the stairs back down and went back out to his van to watch for Jordan to leave.

When Jordan hadn't come out of the building a couple of hours later, Rainbow grabbed his hand truck and cabinet and went back up to the building and up to the fourth floor. he wheeled the cabinet up near Jordan's door, but far enough away that he thought it could not be seen through the peep-hole, then he took out a piece of pink paper which he had had Michelle write "Pick Me Up" in big, friendly, girlish handwriting on earlier, and tacked it to the wall across from Jordan's door. He then dropped a credstick on the floor under the sign, and, looking both ways to make sure he was still not being watched, he knocked on the door and stepped out of the way past the latch side of the door and pressed himself against the wall where he hoped he was not visible through the peep-hole.

A few seconds later, the door opened and Jordan leaned out to see what had been left on the floor. Rainbow leapt for him and got the chloroform over his mouth and nose before Jordan could react. A couple of seconds later when Jordan went limp, Rainbow dragged him to the cabinet, stuffed him inside, and closed the door. He then went back to the door and closed it, then picked up the credstick and the sign.

He carefully wheeled the cabinet down to his van, and then loaded it up. Once he had is loaded in the van, he started driving toward Holroyd where he could get out of town fairly quickly.

Suddenly, Rainbow was struck on the head. He turned to look to see that Jordan had woken up and gotten out of the cabinet, and, grabbing the hardest thing he saw right away, had hit Rainbow over the head with it.

Rainbow reacted almost instantly. Grabbing a pistol he had loaded with gel rounds, he shot Jordan in the leg, just as Jordan was reaching for Rainbow's datacable. Jordan screamed and fell.

Rainbow instructed the vehicle to pull over, and then hit Jordan again to make sure he was unconscious.

Once he was convinced that Jordan was out, he tied him securely and then proceeded to drive out of town. Once out of town, Rainbow hooked Jordan upo to the med kit, and did what he could for him, then applied a stim-patch to wake him up. As soon as he was beginning to regain consciousness, Rainbow injected the truth serum as Jake had instructed, and waited for Jordan to finish coming too.

Once Jordan was fully conscious, Rainbow asked, "What is your group doing to interfere with the sit-in this weekend?"

"Sit in?" Jordan replied, obviously still in pain. "That?"

"Yes, that."

"Well, we've got fliers printed up that we'll be giving to anyone who enters the building, explaining how our livelihoods are being harmed by these people, and we'll be letting people know that filth like that shouldn't be given special treatment, and should be kept out of clean facilities and out of the way of good citizens. We'll have people at every entrance of the building. And we've also got interviews with the local news."

"That's all?" Rainbow asked.

"Yeah, of course that's all," Jordan replied. "Were you expecting more?"

"Well, sort of," Rainbow responded.

"Drink this, this will make you feel better," Rainbow said, offering Jordan water laced with the memory drug.

Once Jordan had finished the water Rainbow continued, "Your friend Mitchell will be here shortly to pick you up. I wouldn't try walking on that leg too much until he gets here."

Rainbow untied him and then returned to his van with the med kit and left, leaving Jordan in the trees by the side of the road.

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