>You are Vincent Esperanza. In a previous life you were a silver-tongued manipulator who conned corporate plutocrats out of their vast fortunes. When you were finally caught the American legal system sentenced you to 20 years behind bars. For two long years you lived on a knife's edge until your sentence was purchased by the Global Exterminators Corporation, aka GEC.>After subjecting you to six months training, GEC sent you abroad to work in their understaffed Hong Kong branch HQ. In the libertarian free-for-all that is post-WW3 Hong Kong, you are tasked with exterminating the legions of mutant pests left behind by the untold thousands of chemical and biological munitions that were expended both here and on the mainland. Working for those who you once exploited is a bitter irony but you have no choice but to comply... at least until you can find a way to remove the bomb in your neck.Setting fluff:>http://pastebin.com/gGMy1KsGCharacter Sheet:>http://pastebin.com/2gx5bYkwRules:>http://pastebin.com/iJZVBT94Threads are archived here:>http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?searchall=exterminator+questTwitter:@QMsimmons
>>41960677Previously on Exterminator Quest:After waking up in a GEC lab with your wounds treated you interrogated a coworker and learned that you had been unconscious for a full day and that it was now Friday night. Pleased by this information, you limped off into the night to find a place to drink.With the help of a tip that you recalled from training camp you managed to find The Patriot, a high-end establishment that caters to American ex-pats like yourself. There you flirted, drank, displayed surprising pool skills, and observed a suspicious transaction taking place at the bar. You followed one of the individuals involved to a seemingly abandoned meatpacking plant, noted the location, and then headed home.The next day you realized you had forgotten your bank card and rushed out of your apartment to get it, despite overhearing some kind of escalating conflict taking place in your neighbors apartment. When you returned your neighbor was dead and you were briefly interrogated by the Scyths, aka the local corporate police.Now, in an attempt to ease your mind you have decided to engage in some retail therapy and buy some much needed clothes.
>>41960704You've been itching to go to Hong Kong Central ever since you arrived in the city so many months ago. This place is the epicenter of wealth and commerce in a city that is already replete with both. Skyscrapers house thousands upon thousands of investment bankers, stock traders, and CEOs, all with more money than sense. Even in your ridiculous American flag graphic tee and jeans, you feel yourself assuming a more professional posture. Once you get some proper clothes you might actually start to feel normal again...You originally set your destination as Bloomingdales, a store with fairly high quality merchandise but little specialization. It's a good choice but hardly the only one in the area. You decide to make a mental list of what you need to help you choose where to go first.>suit (jacket and pants)>ties>jacket (casual)>pants (casual)>dress shoes>sneakers>a good leather belt, ideally with an indulgently American buckleA hat of some kind might be nice too...Your choices of retail outlet are:>Bloomingdales (good quality options but lacking in budget items)>Empire Tailors (Top quality suits and the option to have your own tailored)>Messenger Co. (Streetwear, mid-tier prices)>Happy Hong Kong Shoes (Mid to low tier shoes)>Golden Dragon Clothes (bargain-bin, mass-produced trash (but maybe you'll find a good cap))>Fragrant Harbor Hats (specialty haberdasher)
>>41960751Note: Since the official start time for Exterminator Quest was 8:00 PM EST, the first voting window will remain open until 8:10 PM EST.
>>41960751And I left:>shirts, casual and otherwiseoff the list by accident. Dur.
>>41960751>>Messenger Co. (Streetwear, mid-tier prices)First the casual things.
>>41960862You're craving the chance to buy a new suit and tie but it makes sense to take care of pragmatic needs first.Messenger Co. is a mix of highly durable and subtle jackets and bags for use by local bike messengers and uncomfortably hip youth fashion. Graphics tees, the scourge of clothing since you were young, abound.There are some very decent sneakers and caps though.What do you want to focus on?>jackets>graphics tees>sneakers>bags>caps
>>41961203You wander over to the sneaker collection and begin to browse.>images will be posted with prices in green text
>>41961335>that colorLooks like the inside of something we killed
>>41961335>$90And those are just about all the good sneakers you see here...You begin to browse for a good durable jacket... the selection seems to be pretty good here.
>>41961410>$35>>41961348You don't even want to see the shoes I picked out for the lower tier stores then...
>>41961452>$40It's all black and drab colors... but the clothing is durable for the price. You find nothing else too enticing among the jackets.>Check the bags>look for a cap>grotesquely /fa/ graphic tees>go to another store
>>41961502>look for a capOr we waiting to pick out purchases until we've seen everything?
>>41961502>>grotesquely /fa/ graphic teesMaybe in case we want to go in disguise as someone with shit taste.Also I wonder what level of style bonuses to social rolls any of these will provide.Or penalties.Maybe the 75bux sneakers?
>>41961550Once you've seen stuff, you can buy it, so long as you are still in the store where you saw it.Keep in mind that the unspecialized stores will have a good spread of the clothing items on your list.Once you guys decide you're done browsing in a store, I'll prompt you to make a list of any desired purchases.
>>41961452>all these straps buckles and zippersMy god... it's a JRPG character jacket.
>>41961562Bonuses will definitely be in order. Certain clothes will also affect holding capacity and almost all can be modified or enhanced by someone with the proper skills.
>>41961550>>41961562The caps are all arranged neatly on a table... Again, they seem a little too youth fashion and expensive for you but just about anything will help to cover your thinning hair at this point.>$35
>>41961736>$40Eh. You move on to graphic tees.
>>41961763Ah, a cute "anime" girl. You used to read a lot of comics that looked like this...>$20
>>41961778This one would look pretty funny wrapped around your slight gut.>$25
>>41961778That's a certain buy.
>>41961804The artsy choice.>$20
>>41961823The internal knock-off of the artsy choice, for broody "hacker" types, you assume.>$25That's it for the tee selection.Would you like to:>check out the bags>make a purchase (select posts with desired purchases)>leave without making a purchase, head to another store
>>41961410>$150Holy shit it's more than a half of my monthly wage.
>>41961861>>check out the bagsMight as well see everything first.
>>41961866That's actually a low price for a leather jacket, anon. And I'm not just talking about the inflated prices of 2037.
>>41961882There are of course your standard, highly reliable Timbuktu bags, availible in a wide seletion of duotones.>$45
>>41961925The retro styled olive drab.
>>41961954The slim black bag, cheap and easily concealable.>$18
>>41961954Had one of these in school. It was the tightest shit.
>>41961995And then there's the full retard. A spacious and durable leather bag, substantially larger than what you use for work and good in all conditions.It's even treated for rain.>$100That's it for the bag selection. Time to decide what, if anything, you're going to purchase.
Bag:>>41962033Shirts:>>41961823>>41961778>>41961861Cap:>>41961736Jacket:>>41961452Shoes:>>41961312Probably best to go to another store as well.
>>41962033Hm.18bux slim black bag.90bux sneakers (gotta go fast)concealing hoodie, for those shady identity concealing deals for 40bux.Not sure what the exact crunch for bonuses on any of these are though compared to more expensive options.
>>41962078I'll agree to this selection, with the inclusion we get >>41961502It's Vince's day off, right? Want to make sure we've got time for other shopping.
>>41962097Didn't notice the sneakers. I'd like to amend >>41962078 with that selection.
>>41962121You have plenty of time. It's the early afternoon, since you spent your morning running after your bank card and talking to the police. GEC headquarters will be open for you to pick up your check until 8PM and a picture will be enough to verify and cash it with your bank.What I'm reading right now is support for >>41962078with >>41962121 's hoodie and >>41962097 sneakers.I'll total that and let you guys vote on whether to confirm the purchase.
>>41962204So your grand total is:>$410and your current funds are:>$2941Vote:>1 for buy>2 for don't buy
>>41962314What.No, only get one pair of sneakers, not two. 365.
>>41962314>1 no hat
>>41962390Misinterpreted then.>$365 is correct
>>41962314>>41962401no weeb shirt too
>>41962401This would drop you to>$330>>41962419Support for modding the purchase will make the new purchase total the current one.
>>41962401>>41962419>getting rid of the good shit.Why.
>>41962458We don't need the hat and the jap weeb shit may piss off some of the locals
>>41962401So I'm seeing that hat get dropped but not enough support to drop the weeb shirt.>>41962517>>41962489>>41962401After narrowing down your choices you decide to drop a few things to lower the total price.New total:>$295Now satisfied with your selections, you take your leave of this store.Where to now? Remember, you should try and fill out the list from >>41960751>Bloomingdales (good quality options but lacking in budget items)>Empire Tailors (Top quality suits and the option to have your own tailored)>Happy Hong Kong Shoes (Mid to low tier shoes)>Golden Dragon Clothes (bargain-bin, mass-produced trash (but maybe you'll find a good cap))>Fragrant Harbor Hats (specialty haberdasher)>Go home
>>41962724>>Bloomingdales (good quality options but lacking in budget items)
>>41962724>New total funds: $2646
>>41962724>Bloomingdales (good quality options but lacking in budget items)
>>41962724>>Fragrant Harbor Hats (specialty haberdasher)
>>41962764>>41962808>BloomingdalesIt feels good to get away from Messenger Co. and its repetitious 20s era music. The hell with what the public thinks, you're glad Bieber died in the war...Walking into Bloomingdales is an overwhelming experience. There are product displays everywhere and salespeople in high quality clothes of their own offering all sorts of fragrances, watches, and high quality ties.Menswear is one floor up and should contain a large assortment of suits, pants, jackets, and more.One floor door is footwear, with high quality sneakers, dress shoes, and belts.>suits>pants>jackets>sneakers>dress shoes>ties>beltYou do not, with some regret, that bloomingdales is extremely lacking in hats.
>>41962929And yes, you can buy a >fragrance
>>41963115Fuck, they have a lot of ties here. You pick out some of your favorites.>$50
>>41963149>$60 package deal
>>41963233>$50That's it for ties. There are also flat solid colors available for $20 each. Stripes are $25...
>>41963276Dress shoes are a fairly straightforward, if costly matter. You pick out three designs, all costing approximately $50 and put them next to one another, trying to pick one.
>>41963320You have a large number of choices for suits, all of which come with matching pants. Styles range from the elegant...>$300
>>41963348...to the outrageous. You page through a few.>$200
>>41963396>$300>Note: the lines on the suit are sartorial markings, they would not be present on the final product
>>41963210>>41963276These two, in red and dark blue
>>41963367>/fa/'s sense of style
>>41963348in charcoal and we have a deal
>>41963431>$200You want to keep looking through suits but everything you desire seems to rapidly escalate out of your price range.You opt to look at belts, which come in a few different shades of leather and cost $20 each:>Black>Brown>TanYou do not see any worthy belt buckles.
>>41963504>BlackStick with the classics.
>>41963504Damn non-Americans.Black belt then, and the right ward dress shoes, and... that first elegant suit.
>>41963560>>41963544>>41963536>black belt- $20>>41963497>>41963560>first suit (possibly in charcoal)- $300>>41963210>>41963276>These two ties- $90>>41963560>rightward shoes- $50You seem to have everything you want except an extra pair of pants or two (in addition to the ones from your suit)... you suppose you can get those at a better price elsewhere.>Current total $4601 for buy2 for don't buy
>>41963778>>41963760>>41963688>a rare show of unanimity?You end up pretty much everything you need to fit in with high society in a pinch. An excellent salesperson finds you a version of the suit you wanted in charcoal and you are, as a matter of store hospitality, given three free dress shirts. and you walk out of Bloomingdales prepared to blend in with people significantly richer than you.Now that you're out, you only have a few things left on your mental list.>extra pants>a belt buckle worthy of your heritage>a hat of some sortWhere to?>Empire Tailors (Top quality suits and the option to have your own tailored)>Happy Hong Kong Shoes (Mid to low tier shoes)>Golden Dragon Clothes (bargain-bin, mass-produced trash (but maybe you'll find a good cap))>Fragrant Harbor Hats (specialty haberdasher)
>>41963940>>Golden Dragon Clothes (bargain-bin, mass-produced trash (but maybe you'll find a good cap))Nothing else looks likely to have pants.
>>41963940>New total funds: $2186
>>41963940>>Golden Dragon Clothes (bargain-bin, mass-produced trash (but maybe you'll find a good cap)
>>41963977>>41963959> chase the dragon>>41963984Thanks.The Golden Dragon has the clean but slightly worn look of dollar stores and thrift shops everywhere. It exudes an aura of poverty that you simultaneously feel at home with and awkward entering into, especially with your Bloomingdales and Messenger Co. shopping bags.Inside you find huge bins of tee shirts, sweaters, windbreakers, pants, and caps.What do you want to look at specifically?>caps>pants>tee shirts>sweaters>windbreakers
>>41964134>>caps>>pantsSTILL NO BELT BUCKLE?
>>41964360>>41964295>>41964280You start digging through the caps, looking for something good... There's a lot of throwaway crap in here... but some of it's alright.>$5
>>41964442This one still has the sticker on it... from 2015. Ehh. It doesn't look like you're going to find anything...>$5
>>41964473...but this! A genuine Trump campaign cap! You father voted for Trump, way back when he ran against Clinton in 2016.Of course, Trump's platform revolved around throwing people like your father out of the country but Dad was never the brightest.>$5
>>41964530You move onto the pants pile, where you find a two pairs of khakis in your size and a pair of black jeans, all of which cost:>$8 eachYou also find this, marked down to:>$5
>>41964568Finally, as you dig deep in the bins, you hand knocks against something cold and metal. It's... beautiful.>$5
>>41964568Oh man. Give a round of American applause to the cashier for ringing you up.Black jeans, cyberpants, patagonia, trump cap...and PATRIOTISM.
>>41964594Feeling just about done here, you take one last look around the building. Are you make your choices?>look around for some more stuff>choose purchases
>>41964648>>look around for some more stuffcowboy hat to go with the belt buckle
>>41964717trump cap is all the AMERICA we need on our head.
>>41964683>>41964717You find the following items in the bins:>$5
>>41964780>having to much AMERICA>ever
>>41964865The windbreaker selection here seems to be limited entirely to 1980s style remakes, which were big right before the war..
>>41964893Above is:>$6<This is:>$4
>>41964938Finally, you find three cowboy hats any eagle would be proud to roost in.>$10
>>41964982>$10You're pretty sure you've now exhausted this store of anything really interesting...>lock in your purchase or non-purchase now
>>41964530>>41964594>>41964959>>41964982>>41965005all of this
>>41965005Black jeans, cyberpants, patagonia, trump cap...and belt buckle.
>>41965005I had no idea the selection would be this bad. Fucking Kongs.Purchase these:>>41964982>>41964920>>41964865>>41964821
>>41965051>>41965090We don't need all of the cowboy hats and t shirts.
>>41965105I just wanted the Indiana Jones one, considering the shenanigans that come with our occupation. And why not the shirts? We've barely purchased any.
>>41965147We purchased plenty of hideous shirts already.More than of any other item.
>>41965161Is three considered plenty?
>>41965140Are we going to be picking up some personal supplies for our job?
>>41965085Total for this, currently most supported:>$28>>41965090Total for this:>$24>>41965051Total for this:$42Since option 1 has the most support and neatly covers all your bases, vote:1 for purchasing option 12 for another option (specify which)
>>41965192Your best source for custom gear was murdered this morning.Of course, it's a big city and there are plenty of people looking to make a profit.
>>419652402 for MURACA
>>419652401 is also the only one that remembered to actually buy goddamn pants, so...
>>41965272I told you guys to go enjoy some violence in the morning.
>>41965270>>41965268>>41965289>1Yup, it's 1>New Funds:$2158You buy everything you need and a shiver of elation crawls across your breast as the cashier rings up your belt buckle and the trump cap.Now, you're done shopping for clothes, right?>Right, lets go pick up our check and decide on what else we want today>No, I'm a shopaholic
>>41965351>>Right, lets go pick up our check and decide on what else we want today
>>41965351>>Right, lets go pick up our check and decide on what else we want todayHey we might finally have a chance to see Jeremy when we're not crippled with injuries.Well, if that scientist is here on the weekend anyway.
>>41965351>Right, lets go pick up our check and decide on what else we want today
>>41965351Maybe get some decent food
>>41965451>decent foodThat'd be a first. Vince's heart would also welcome the change.
>>41965387>>41965367Seeing how much money you've blown through today, you're really feeling the urge to go get your check.You neatly pile your purchases in the back of your van, then plug the coordinates for GEC HQ.The drive is only about a half hour long and it's still only 4pm. You make your way up to the skeletally staffed offices and find Devlinson in his office, chomping away at an unlit cigar that sets off your own yearnings for tobacco..."It's good to see you standing, Esperanza. I was getting worried that you'd have to be added to my long list of first week wipeouts."You protest that it was only a broken bone."A broken bone and a body shot full of painkillers. Not to mention you reopened that wound in your shoulder. The docs assured me you were never in any real danger but it sure didn't look it..."He shuffles through his desk for a minute."Here's your check. Don't worry about the debrief, we sent an inspector over to the house after you passed out. The higher-ups are curious about what prompted you to burn the place down wholesale but they really just wanted the claim to the real estate anyway.">Received:>Your first check!>It's good for $400... and another $450 in bonuses!>New total funds: $3008 You thank your boss profusely and he sends you on your way with an exhortation to be careful with yourself. Training new employees is very expensive after all.Now where to?>pay a visit to the labs, see if anyone is around for the weekend>head out into the city, buy some food, maybe look into a gym membership, possibly a way to arm yourself>see if silver pete is around>go check out that meatpacking plant>write-in
>>41965629>pay a visit to the labs, see if anyone is around for the weekendIf there is, see if we can check on Jeremy.If not:>head out into the city, buy some food, maybe look into a gym membership, possibly a way to arm yourself
>>41965629>>pay a visit to the labs, see if anyone is around for the weekendIdeally Jeremy.Second choice, lizardbro.
>>41965629>>pay a visit to the labs, see if anyone is around for the weekend
>>41965675>>41965728>>41965730>>41965732>to the labWriting... right after I grab a bowl of pretzels. QM hasn't eaten since the quest started. I'll be quick.
>>41965768You descend to the OR section of the labs, hoping to find someone who will let you into the specimen labs or that they've been left open again.Unfortunately they haven't, but you do seem someone you recognize bent over one of the operating tables, dissecting something with gusto.You'd recognize that booty anywhere as Clarissa's, the scientist who last got you close to Jeremy.>say hello, ask about jeremy>ignore her, turn back
>>41965852>>say hello, ask about jeremy...as long as it's not him being dissected.
>>41965852>>say hello, ask about jeremy
>>41965852>say hello, ask about jeremy
>>41965870"Clarissa!"She gives a start and jerks backwards to face you, obviously startled."Oh, it's you. What do you want?"You crane your neck to see what she's working on. It's pretty well flayed at this point, but you take a guess."Well, I'd like to get in and see my "friend" if that's possible. I'm also curious if that's the cat I bought in.""It is. We did some tests and found it had a brain parasite, so we euthanized her and removed the parasite from her brain to study it further. Fascinating thing by the way, had a huge brain to body mass ratio, especially for such a tiny insect."Her eyes begin to drift and you realize it's going to be up to you to keep her on point."That's wonderful, I guess. But what about Jeremy?""Well, the good news is that they've put off his vivisection by another week to deal with all the fresh specks somebody bought in this week."She winks at you."The bad news is that he's still pretty locked down and I don't have the clearance level to get to him....">How can we reach him if we don't have clearance?>Did you guys learn anything about his condition?>Tell me more about the parasite you found in the cat. It seemed to be communicating with its counterparts somehow.>write-in
>>41966009>>How can we reach him if we don't have clearance?>>Tell me more about the parasite you found in the cat. It seemed to be communicating with its counterparts somehow.But not consistently. It didn't seem to convey information to the cats when they were upstairs, but they knew something once they came downstairs......a smell left behind?
>>41966009>Tell me more about the parasite you found in the cat. It seemed to be communicating with its counterparts somehow.
>>41966009>All of the above.
>>41966047"I thought I had convinced you to get clearance?""You did. It just wasn't approved. The good thing is, I have a plan."Clarissa reaches into the pockets of her labcoat and retrieves a small vial."This is a byproduct of one of the fungi we keep in containment, which is itself the product of some old PRC research we managed to capture years ago. It makes a person extremely responsive to suggestion for about an hour and the best part is, when it wears off, their brain automatically restructures their memory as though it never happened."She drops the vial into your hand."We still don't understand it, but it works every time.""So what am I supposed to do with this?""One of my superiors with clearance, Dr. Wing Xi, takes her lunch at 3 pm sharp everyday. I take my lunch at 4, so I can't slip it to her but you can, if you can make it to the cafeteria at that time. Sound easy enough?">yeah>nah
>>41966126>>yeahDo they work Sundays?
>>41966179>>41966182"Yeah, sure. Does she work tomorrow?""No, I'm actually the only one in the lab right now... Don't get any ideas."You do your best to act like you don't have any already."So, when does she come in?""Monday. So try and finish your job early and come in. I'll be ready for you down here and I'll make everything look routine.""Sounds good. So, about the cat parasite. When I was trying to clean out that house, it seemed like the infected cats could communicate with one another both with and without sound. Did you guys, ah, figure out how they did that?""Well, obviously we couldn't observe any interactions between two infected specimens since we only had the one... but if I had to hypotesize, I'd say it's possible the parasite hijacks the cat's pheromones and uses them to coordinate a hive mind, just like how ants operate."You suppose that makes more sense than telepathy.>ask her out (make three rolls of 3d6+2 to beat a 14)>get going, you have things to do and places to be
>>41966320>>get going, you have things to do and places to beOhh no, we learned our lesson from all the flirting failures.Also we have a meatpacking mystery to solve.
>>41966320>get going, you have things to do and places to beThere will be other opportunities. Hopefully.
>>41966335Damn, I actually forgot about your flirtation failures. I guess it's only a +1 modifier then.
Rolled 4, 6, 3 + 2 = 15 (3d6 + 2)>>41966320>ask her out (make three rolls of 3d6+2 to beat a 14)Gotta do it for the lol
>>41966320>>get going, you have things to do and places to be
Rolled 2, 2, 4 + 2 = 10 (3d6 + 2)>>41966320>>ask her out (make three rolls of 3d6+2 to beat a 14)
>>41966379You did it anon!
>>41966345>>41966335>>41966387>get a move on"Well, thanks for everything Clarissa... Do you prefer Claire or is that taboo?""Lets stick with Clarissa for now" she says, looking at you bemusedly.Welp, guess that's everything you wanted to do down here. You take the elevator back up to the garage floor so you can resume your weekend.It's a simple matter to get your check verified and cashed at an ATM around the block.Now you're free to go... wherever.>go to the supermarket>get a gym membership>head home, change clothes and get ready to go somewhere tonight>head direct to that building you tailed that dude to last night>write-in
>>41966429>go to the supermarket>get a gym membership
>>41966409No, dice system requires multiple successes. And the other roll failed.>>41966429>>go to the supermarketWe need more good breakfast bonuses.
>>41966429>>go to the supermarket
>>41966445>>41966441>>41966440>so healthy it burnsYou know, you're not feeling like yourself lately. All this exercise on the job and... using your brain has really caused a shift in your attitudes.You have a crazy urge to head to the supermarket and buy something healthy to eat this week. And then maybe... get a gym membership?!Surprising even yourself, you act on these urges and find yourself at the supermarket before long.>roll 3d6 three to beat an 8 so Vince can figure out a balanced diet. Better rolls mean he saves money.
Rolled 5, 6, 1 = 12 (3d6)>>41966519
Rolled 1, 4, 5 = 10 (3d6)>>41966519Thank god we don't have to pick things individually like with clothing shopping.
Rolled 5, 3, 1 = 9 (3d6)>>41966519
Rolled 5, 5, 1 = 11 (3d6)>>41966519healthful?
>>41966545Hah, that's a good one.>>41966563>>41966545>>41966536>balanced diet success!You start by picking out a big bag of brown rice, then gradually adding onto it what you think you could tolerate alongside it.You end up with a pretty fair collection of vegetables, fish, chicken, and some cans of beans and corn. It's not a whole lot, but it's healthy food and it'll feed you cheaply for the week.>total spent: $18You load everything into the car and get ready to head home and drop it all off. Want to stop by the gym on the way?>sure>nah, if I wanted to get in shape I'd run around the block and do pull-ups on the monkeybars
>>41966630>>nah, if I wanted to get in shape I'd run around the block and do pull-ups on the monkeybarsThe cheap hobo's exercise.Also, we can investigate mystery meatpacking with thermal vision after dark.
>>41966630>>nah, if I wanted to get in shape I'd run around the block and do pull-ups on the monkeybarsNote to self, do that tonight or tomorrow morning.
>>41966819>>41966665It's a quick drive home and you decide to flop down in front of the TV for a little while after unloading your groceries into the fridge. You can only turn over so many new leaves in one day after all...>End ThreadI'm honestly pretty sorry to end it here without any action in the thread, anons, but I need sleep. The quest should return Thursday evening and I'll be here for another 15 minutes or so while I archive this and get ready to go.As always, I appreciate any kind of commentary you may have and you should follow the quest twitter @QMsimmons for updates.
>>41966883We still need to do comparison-shopping on how much extermination equipment costs over the Internet instead of Silver Pete...And damn that neighbor dying on us.
>>41966883Thanks for the run Simmons. Feels good to get away from it all, but I'm looking forward to going back to work.
>>41966883And another one is added to the archives for posterity.>http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?searchall=exterminator+questMan, so many images...