[Taocow PBEM] Never Rains, It pours

Kitsune kitsunefx at netzero.net
Fri Jul 24 17:12:10 BST 2009

I have not been a good couple of weeks and have not spent much time on 
the games as a result.....

First, I had to put Cocoa to sleep. She had a cancerous growth on her 
breast which bust on.
Second, My cat Neko died Sunday night. She started shivering in the 
morning, was paralyzed when my roommate got up, and did just a couple of 
hours later.
Fourth, the final cat Nefertiti died this morning. She had been being 
given medicine for being bloated, possibly taking on fluid.

Getting back to third, I was the security supervisor at a scrap yard. I 
had been taking pictures of the vessel for the ship's crew. Monday, I 
was put on suspension at work. Heard it two hours before I was to go to 
work and did not hear exactly why for another hour after that.

The pictures have been for the ship's crew. A ship is considered a home 
and becomes extremely special. As such, I though it was a nice thing to 
do and did not see any specific problems with it. As well, I though 
might be a net gain in public relations.

While not recently, I had once upon a time even gotten permission to 
take pictures. I was posting then to the ship's mailing list and making 
CDs for the crew if they want them.

There was a fire when they burned through a diesel line which still had 
fuel on it. It sounds like the media descended on them. As such, it 
probably created some sort of panic and they started casting around for 
people to blame on anything.

My roommate is friends with a lawyer and I talked to that person also 
Monday. Nothing as far as the person can tell is criminal in any manner. 
The lawyer also did not understand what the specific problem was. The 
security company kept stating, "Confidential" pictures. They seem to 
have no real definition of confidential and do not recall signing 
anything stated that I could not take pictures and the was no signs or 
anything written in post orders.

In times of great crisis there are two types of men: those who are 
overwhelmed by the crisis and those who rise up to resist the 
trend of events and so change the course of history. 
--Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira

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