tales of the afternow - episode ii: i don't know if anyone can hear this i don't know if anyone cares.
this is independent librarian dynamic sean kennedy the 6th. this is a broadcast so that you and yesterday can stop tomorrow from happening. this is a broadcast so that the beginning can change the end. this is episode number 732.653.663.398.36.2 broadcasting from sometime after now. (1:18) i can't give you an exact time of this broadcast because, well time has been copy written. lots of arguments about what year it is and so at the risk of giving out false data i'll give no data instead and just let you know what i know to be fact. if you are listening to this you could lose your listener's license. (1:40) if you are afraid of being persecuted for what you think you should turn that off now. but if you want to stick around and listen to what i gotta say well light your candles and may server protect us all. (2:00) i told you my name was independent librarian dynamic sean kennedy the 6th that's quite the name isn't it. (2:13) people used to just say their names like just what their parents would give them. (2:21) there was no job description or anything like that. see now inside the archs when you introduce yourself to people your name has it all, that's, that's who you are, is your name, right? you, you are your job. (237) it's just it was a matter of time before it got to where its at today being independent is a huge slag. it means you're not employed, or you work for
yourself so, when you introduce yourself you say what company you work with first. in this case its, i'm an independent. (2:56) followed by my job which is a librarian which i say rather tongue in cheek since all librarians are illegal, and books are banned, and well, any kind of sharing is theft. the dynamic well its hard to explain (3:11) everything has been given internet protocol. addresses here, its a information transfer is all done wirelessly. so broadcasts, so when you're part of a, part of a company they, they give you an ip range. (3:30) in your company depending on your ip range tells you, your seniority (30:36) so i sign i'm independent librarian dynamic, that means that i'll take any ip that's given to me. rogue ip at your service. (3:47) sean kennedy the 6th. i guess that's a little misleading. (3:55) i don't actually remember how old i am. see, i'm not like i'm not the son of sean kennedy the 5th that's, well in, kinda philosophically sense i probably am but life extension came into play and ah, once life extension started to happen genetic modification, dna modification it was hard to tell people how old you are. (4:26) you'd walk up to this 26 year old woman and she'd tell you that she was a hundred and four and it didn't work (4:34)
so to show oh i don't know probably more for probably more just for the thrill of it we started putting how much life extension in our names. so i have had six different types of life extension done (4:53) so that'd make me sean kennedy the 6th that could be anything from cloning modification, genetic alteration, to dna reprocessing, genetic manipulation all that falls into, into life extension. (5:10) i wonder if doctors visits can be considered life extension mostly that kinda thing is done for the rich and only by the rich today unless you can go to one of the more, one of the more advanced cities where the have got the black ops to do it. (5:30) i mean the the gen joking i had done was pretty extreme stuff. i was very lucky i only got minor brain damage out of the deal. (5:43) i have problems remembering things. not day-to-day things but, whole sections of my life are gone. (5:54) kinda brings up the question of memory. you know, sometimes when i am walking or i'm traveling somewhere i'll, i'll realize i'm at my destination and i don't remember walking there i don't know if there is something i could compare that to but you just, you just did the same thing every day and one day you don't remember walking you know, you're just all of a sudden at the end of it (6:21) since i have lived, well, well over a hundred years for sure i life kinda gets the same way, i just don't remember a few years
that might sound odd i guess, i guess but i mean do you remember every minute of your life? (6:39) makes me wonder if life extension is worth it? you know, if you had a choice between living forever and not remembering it or are you really living forever? or are you just kinda nothing more than a, a goldfish traveling along unable to retain all your knowledge. (6:59) living for the sake of living. well that is as good a may as well keep going (7:12) time out here is see they copyrighted time and then it became a security issue. something to do with the computers and the programming i guess they there's a all computers use clocks in relation with programs (7:33) i'm, i'm not a monk i don't, i don't understand how that, that works but see if they worked on a different type of time apparently the programs couldn't be corrupted. that's why, well it means, that time would end up getting so carefully guarded, copy written (7:50) so what time it is depends on what company you work for. on the fringes out here, well (8:03) time usually's kept track by calendars by parents who have children and they try to a, mark down the days so they can remember what birthday they have lot of us have gps receivers (8:18) we get the time from them reason as any i guess.
but even the gps's are sometimes flawed because of, i don't know, water tables shift or something like that, i heard about it once. (8:29) satellites have moved and the earth has shifted since they went up. most things are done out here by gps. i mean there's no streets or addresses of any kind so, quite often you will get a gps, global positioning system that runs off of the antique satellites and gotta try keep track of where your stashes are and where you find different locations and it works out ok (9:03) usually there is not much more than a hundred meters worth of error between any two them some of them are way out to lunch but (9:10) you can tell someone you will meet them there's a good chance you will both be in the same area, if they get the grid right (9:16) memories, i wish i could remember it all, cause then i could tell you about it. (9:33) i told you what i do remember about the plague, the burning one thing i didn't tell you about was my wife. i was married i am ashamed to tell you i don't remember her name.
i think i lost that on a genetic rescan. it's just i tried to hold on to the name but it slipped away (10:05) she was beautiful i know that much. she was she had long hair, laughing eyes (10:17) i see her sometimes in my dreams.
when i'm unlucky, �cause i wake up and she's gone. (10:29) when the plagues hit there was paranoia everywhere. people didn't know what he plague was. they, they knew it wasn't the fallout. the more sensitive people, well they died first (10:46) old war hawks like me well we stuck around for awhile. our genetically sick sense of humor i guess. but she died. so many other people died. (11:03) hysteria was mounting, nobody knew what was causing it. you've never seen hysteria until you see people afraid of bio-weapons, and plague they kill their own children some people did. everything i had was destroyed. (11:26) we didn't know what the plague could land on, so if someone had plague sometimes they would burn the whole house (11:33) you know these strange thug like groups would try and keep their neighborhoods pure at that time i was scared to. (11:45) they had these burn pits setup this is long before the burn booths went in, the burn booths didn't go in for years after that. (11:52) why they'd use accerelerants to ah you, you dig a big hole and you know, and then stack the bodies in there. (12:02) and then they'd burn them, and all their clothes and everything and the families, the people who were left they, they sat back and there was this i didn't know what was going on, so
hole and they'd just watch their relatives burn (12:21) i wish i could forget the time i burned my wife. she was so thin after the plague had got through her it was like like i was carrying a skeleton i wrapped her in sheets and carried her took her down to the pits where the burn was gonna happen everyone was crying and the smell of accelerants, gasoline, kerosene, everything was everywhere and the smell was just sickening. (13:06) there was people carrying children, babies it was like this huge wailing sea of people surrounding this pit of pink flesh i didn't fell right about burning her, but, but the plague no one knew what was happening so we had to do it. (13:37) i had lost just about everything i had sold almost everything off in order to try to survive, i wedding ring was gone, all the jewelries was gone, all the valuables were gone the only thing that meant anything to me was my wife, and, well she was gone to. (13:59) i wasn't even going to be able to keep anything from her. then i got an idea. i found a corner of the burn pile where they were stacking the bodies where there was only children (14:14) i laid her on the pile and i walked back and i watched that spot there was only a few children there. and then they walked around and dust the pile. (14:33) they got us all back cause they had to burn it. the whole time i got as far back but i counted my paces and focused on the exact spot where she was
and then they lit it on fire burning human flesh smells a lot like pork. you can always tell people who'd been to the burn piles, they'd just stopped eating a lot of meat. (15:10) the smoke, the gasoline, the children wailing, everyone screaming and the heat even at the distance we were at it was unbelievable. the searing heat most people turned and walked away they couldn't bear it. (15:30) i stayed, the smoke and the ashes falling, i stayed eventually the fire burned down i don't remember how long i stayed their for but it was a long time. (15:46) there was only the crews, they were going to start filling it in but i made my way down to where i knew she was. there was nothing left, there was only the ashes and by the time i got down into the pit there was people who saw me and they started to yell. people do strange things in times of grief so i did the same thing i pretended that i was insane, i guess (16:17) the burn pit was fairly steep, and they had long since closed off the walkway down so i slid down the workers didn't want to go in after me it took them a while to get people yelling and screaming and i i didn't have much time. (16:35) i went the spot my wife was and i started sifting through the ashes i was looking for her teeth. (16:46) my logic because there was so many children it would be easy to tell her teeth apart from theirs i found some
they were the only adult teeth there. i kept them in my pocket i was so dirty by the time the work crews got to me, they dragged me away and i was screaming and crying the ash on my fingers and hands (17:14) all over my clothes and my hair, i was just a we were all just gray vultures just burying the dead. i didn't have time to sort through them then i just grab all the little rocks, teeth feel like little rocks (17:35) every time i found them i just shoved them in my pockets they didn't know what was wrong with me they just dragged me out of the pit. i felt bad about throwing away the children's teeth (17:53) they had a lot of life ahead of them and they were just gone, swept up by the plague but i found some of my wife's teeth. made a little bag for them and i kept it with me. i have it right now. that's all that's left.
that and the scaring nightmares i have (18:24) and then i have to wake up to this. its easier just to stay in the rain than to come in from it for a little while and be forced to go back out (18:40) its lucky when i don't dream. sorry about that i guess. doesn't do you much good does it? (18:52) i should be giving you information, hard data so you stop the future i figured you should know at least who's talking to ya a little about my motivation (19:06)
i wish this was a two way conversation, i wish i could hear what you were saying. if i could ask you a question i guess i'd, i'd want to know if anyone remembers my wife's name. i don't really care about anything else but people you have close to you, they're what's important she was the last one who was close to me. (19:36) what else can i tell you, what else can i tell you about me. i'm about 6 foot 2 about 180 lbs, i guess bald i got a lot of scars, to many scars. i still got all my digits though (20:00) i haven't had to cut anything up come close a few times, the hands have gotten pretty ratched on you would be surprised how quickly your hands can heal. being a librarian i get to read a lot. being as i can read (20:29) reading is a privilege, it's a great honor its like telepathy you can hear what people are saying trapped in time. (20:39) i think its kinda like this. i like to read a lot of history not because i'm interested in how we got this way, just cause i, well i like to imagine myself living in the time. (20:52) a lot of parallels to now, since guns are banned i mean well on the fringe out here if you don't have weapons, then you are just another piece of meat (21:05) the blade is king here. the importance of the shiv, the shank
(21:13) everyone out here is armed in the beginnings, when there is always that uneasy tension, you know that walking around and there's no law on the fringe but (21:30) there's groups of people and we�ve all seen to much violence. communities police their own but out here everybody is well aware of the fact that might really, really does make right. (21:47) and force is the supreme authority communities are forged by fear. people get rolled everybody wears armor here too because i mean, there are still different type of slug throwers, people who have made slings, they got rail weapons, they got electronically created garbage, they got even a few real guns floating around but i mean if you had a real gun you would be pretty much forced to protect it pretty good because everybody would want it. (22:28) i have a kukri, that's my knife. i have used it a few times, i don't like to talk about it. sometimes people attack you desperate people people who want nothing more than to survive and their so savage. (22:57) everything's got a right to defend itself. we live more in packs than societies.
luckily because of carcass, most people leave me alone. carcass i, i don't know if i mentioned carcass he's my dog, well he's a canine system
anyway. i'll tell you more about him later. (23:19) you can always tell people who have got robbed out here when, we call them rollers its the first they do after you get rolled you wake up and you're if you do wake you're doing ok. you didn't get stuffed in a burn booth or get gut sold or anything. (23:39) its like a weird ethics of robbing people they just take your stuff and leave you naked and bloody and stuffed in a burned out car somewhere. (23:54) if you're lucky they don't leave you in the street i've never been rolled, i try to help the people who were you can also teller a roller, they're naked and the ones that were smart the first thing they do is make themselves a target vest (24:19) a target vest is a piece of metal, well two pieces of metal, with 2 holes drilled and they take scraps of string or wire and they make it like a sandwich board that goes over their chest and back. (24:33) see when you're naked you're obviously not wearing armor an' everyone here wears armor so the people who robbed may not have a, may not want to sell your guts but (24:50) but their's lots of people out here who do. and they'll take a shot at you next order of course is to get yourself a, get a blade (25:02) everybody out here has knives, everyone i mean guns were a pretty recent invention when you think about it. how long did the blade rule the earth its amazing
sometimes you see guys with a, with swords japanese, european styles (25:29) swords are worth a lot. so if you have got a sword you have to know how to use it, because everybody is going to challenge you to try and get your sword (25:38) after you chop a few people up i guess they kinda get the point well, most people with swords have a name, most people know who they are (25:49) in a way i suppose, i mean a knife is useful right?, like you can use it in daily life but carrying a sword around well that only has one purpose so you are kinda inviting trouble kukris are good like that (26:08) half axe, half machete. its pretty bad-ass when you pull one.
i've avoided a lot of fights that way sometimes i try to use my height to my advantage but that only works with the scag gangs that don't know any thing (26:31) the toughest people i've ever met were under, oh, 5' 5�, savage last thing you want to get made for is an easy mark. i mean you get flesh, flesh ripping i'll explain that later but they essentially cut up your body and they sell it. (26:58) or they'll try and take your head turn it into scag scag is a ah, i don't know, i guess i, i call it drugs but its not really drugs there's, in everything is all run by gangs now right, there's no policing so what they they pay money for they pay money for heads, fresh heads. i don't know what the procedure is, they crack the head open and they extract hormones from it and sell the hormones as drugs.
(27:32) get a hit of scag you can get adrenaline, stuff like that, harvest it from heads teenage kids are at high risk. especially when they are around puberty they'll they'll take the heads, stuff the body in a burn booth sometimes they won't even pick up the change safety, there's no safety here just the unavoidable tension in an armed society. (28:03) of course that is just out here on the fringe. out on the fringe it's anybodies game you wonder why i do it. well these people need to learn to and well i can handle it but maybe its better i mean, there's a certain sense of freedom i suppose (28:29) the fringe is the first stage of the city, when you come in beyond the fringe there is the wasteland and well, in the wasteland its you know god only knows what's out there weird cults and communes, i mean there's all kind of stories. (28:49) going in towards the cities you got the outer reaches this is where people who work at, at the buildings that aren't the archologies anything that is not an archology that's in the inner city these people, the unfortunate ones live there janitors and what not. (29:09) gated communities with sometimes volunteer cops sometimes paid. young fellows who work to protect the group from, well scumbags like me (29:22) outside here on the fringe are
wasteland raiders or what ever comes their way. fringes and outer reaches blend back and forth like the good and bad sections of town there is no definitive line (29:39) i mean i don't know how to describe it to ya its like a battlefield i guess (29:47) once you get past the outer reaches you are into the inner city and that's almost, almost like a really, really bad section of town that you know used to exist in the 20th century and it would be like these these buildings and cameras everywhere watching things mega police monitoring situations. sometimes they will show up (30:14) i mean it's the mega-police, i mean they don't go to the outer reaches much some will, i mean there is good cops i guess but 30:23) most the mega police are, it's a real crapshoot if, if they show up i mean those guys are judge jury and executioner on the spot. they've got the real guns and they've got shock armor and they know that the and the know what that armor and that gun is worth so you just don't walk up to these guys and start talking to them their pretty serious (30:44) usually they will pass sentence right there on the spot they don't even bother trying to arrest people anymore i mean they just beat them down, or kill them, shoot them whatever, stomp them (31:01) if its going by the books and they've got supervisors with them, well they will take them to the four seasons. heh, four seasons. (31:14) well that's a, a that's a street slang term
i try and keep street slang down see since queens english is copyrighted that's what i try to use so that you know the way the language is supposed to sound (31:29) so that just not the people in the glass towers know how to talk properly (31:34) four seasons is a slang term from their 4cs well they went in its what the prison system became convicted consumer concentration camps they use them for labor and what not they just sell these prisoners you're convicted of a crime you wind up going into the camps and working for society feed you propaganda day in day out and monitor twenty-four seven (32:01) and there's points, you have ta you get so many points that you have to generate in a day in order for that day to count on your sentence so that if you're set for 30 days to four seasons then if you screw up they take away points this means that a 30 day sentence could last 6 months if you don't get enough points to have that day count (32:26) last thing they want to do is get rid of you cause that gets rid of their labor. and that just the threat from the four seasons there's lots of other stuff too you hear people (32:43) i mean if you've got a rare blood type or something like that, i mean i'd sooner shot myself than go there cause i'll be farming you for organs and god only knows you'd be better off in the city core (32:59) the city core is corp police but if they catch you you'd probably be better off in the camps
i don't know what happens to people if the corp police get a hold of them. just i mean they are corporately funded right so they got, they got all the toys they got high tech stuff like (33:18) i heard that panoshiba cops have robots that run in the sewers under the city and they got really high end cybernetics you know people stopped trying to break into the archologies and steal stuff one does not try to sneak into an archology one hides from the archology (33:41) corp-cops they do not answer to anyone well the government can't stand up to them so i mean if a bunch of corp-cops caught you, if you managed to walk away from that you're doing ok. all in all it's best not to wander it's best to stick near you r neighborhood (34:09) i mean if we can call it that out here. i guess maybe it's more of a neighborhood out on the fringe, i mean everyone knows everyone. (34:18) everyone looks after everyone.
the place i am at right now they call trash town i am out here, trying ta trying to give these people some information. looks like a giant scrap pile of cars they got car condos, looks like big pyramids of cars stacked neatly on top of each other (34:47) each car well there's a family living in it they climb up on the mountain and find their little spot and burrow in there gives them safety in numbers when they sleep
you know with these piles of cars. (35:07) you get used to the smell after a while.
the stink of sewage is everywhere on the fringes can't get way from it. (35:25) waste tech hasn't made its way out this far yet. they'll probably be put, coming in here soon though waste tech is, well as big as you can get being an inner core company with out being an archology see they handle all of our sanitation and they make waste gas out of it (36:00) they ah, put in toilets, these public toilets
they use recycled water that's filtered people can have showers in the houses they ah in the inner in the inner city and even in some of the outer reaches they have, you know, accounts with the houses. (36:33) apparently you used to have to pay to use the toilet, now they pay you to use the toilet everything that's organic that gets flushed down your toilet you get money for it's not like a real credit account i mean ya (36:56) it's fingerprint specific, right i mean when you come in you, in the booths, they, they have a slot of money right there, they weigh it, filter it, and give you your worth on the spot (37:07) and you know, when its in the houses they install fingerprint specific they do a fingerprint retina scan cause their other big business aside from harvesting human waste and making gas out of it it's the vendors (37:25)
well, vending machines, huge black monolithic vending machines. they used to get robbed before they started putting bombs in them, now if you tip one over it's liable to detonate and take out a whole neighborhood (37:37) of course that's illegal but the company just claims their not responsible if their equipment is damaged some how i guess, it got past, i mean no one really cares anyway now no one would even try to fight it i mean everything you would ever want is sold out of venders mostly scrap. (38:01) put in money and use your own credit you got within the company (38:17) the vending machine will hand out food for you. can't remember what the ratio was, its like 3 to one or something like that but, it'll keep you alive again even then that's mostly honey (38:37) outer reaches ,out here on the fringe i mean, they just give you hard currency walking around with money is pretty dangerous you're best just to and spend it right away on scrap head over to the machine (38:54) if you got a house or if you're lucky enough to have a space that you're renting to live in, i mean they'll give you credit then but if you are just a transient like most us out here, well heh (39:11) it's the joke waste tech isn't real credit they just gave us the finger. you know (39:20) see in order to be in the archs there's ah a little arch lifestyle it's, it's like, it's like a another world it's not even the same, same place in the archologies
see in there you are employed (39:41) and inside there you are paid by credit everything is done by credit there is no actual physical cash i mean inside the archologies when you eat you ch', they, they take everything out of accounts so you don't actually money in your hands you've got so many credits to your account and then when ya it's al linked it's all digital (39:58) let's see the big one is having a child if you have a child that's very, very expensive in the archologies that'll put, i don't' care who you are puts you, the whole family and therefore the child in debt (40:15) and that child will work their rest of their lives in that archology trying pay for the privilege of being born they call this their self worth. it's amazing isn't it and ironically enough the older you get the less their worth, because they've paid off most of their debt with any luck, with any hope, they'll die broke. (40:41) if you think that's brutal the reason i do what i do, is for education that's how i'm a librarian to try and break the circle (40:53) see to have education you must be licensed in order to be licensed to be part of a licensing scheme you have to be employed (41:01) but to become employed you must have a credit rating they do a credit rating check (41:08) to have a credit rating, well you have to have a bank account to have an account you must be sponsored by some company
to get sponsored you gotta have an education well that brings us back to in order to have an education you gotta be licensed now no money, no bank, no job, no education, no money, repeat (41:36) if you are not born in to the archs it is pretty hard to get your way in there sometimes in hostile takeovers or i've heard of whole families that were living in the archs just getting swept out you know, just gone they're out in the street of course don't live 20 minutes out here. (41:52) there's all kinds of ways to make money growing up on the fringes and in the outer reaches and that cha we call it treasure hunting with the kids, you know, they shouldn't be out doing it but they wander through the areas scavenging for tech out to the wastelands. (42:10) they bring back what ever they find and they barter for it for food whole families can do that just to survive, i mean you just go around areas that are off limits and what not and see what you can find that's worth something (42:27) more often than not the kids out here they are all in gangs they hook up with the gangs different gangs for sections of city family moves in to a section of the city and some of the areas it reaches in the fringe, i mean if you if you live in an area a member of your family better be part of that gang (42:49) in which case it's all good, if not well, then you'll probably have to move and then you learn how to make your crack sticks crack sticks are cpu stacks they use for cracking vending machines oh yeah they still get robbed, i mean, but know they just take this little (43:08)
circuit boards and they daisy chain all these processors together and over clock the whole works so that they can use them for brute force hard encryption breaking (43:19) mostly liches and that vile some monks but you know they sell they're illegal of course you get busted with a crack stick i mean but last thing you have worry about is getting arrested. i mean if you even saw a crack stick in the archology you'd probably be questioned for days. (43:41) everyone scavenges for the fences those are the guys who buy all these black market stuff i mean every little area has got a fence, everyone knows who the fence is, you know, i got stuff to sell, sure go see the fence and then they give them cash (44:00) its like the whole sub-black market i stay away from it but you can't avoid it, i mean, it's always there. on slow days you wind up flesh ripping. (44:15) i mean you can do good if you get a spider, i mean if you kill a spider for plaenamel you can, you can make out ok, but (44:23) i will talk more about the spiders in another time spiders are mostly hunting inner city and you don't want to mess with that to much. (44:33) flesh ripping is when you find the dead and end up cashing them in. in the beginning it was just you know burn boothing bodies and getting money but eventually in free enterprise you figure out a way to get more money. see if it's dead fresh you know (44:57) if you can find a fresh corpse you can you know
de-bone it and bones go in the burn booth and drain it for the blood. tech booths and generally you find yourself a toilet, one of the waste
pour the blood down the toilet (45:13) that way you get the cash cause they make gas form it right i mean if you get a fresh body that is less than 30 minutes, i mean you're you want to get down to the body banks i mean that's, that's guts to all selling if, if they take the organs out that's the biggest way to make money but the problem is that you show up with a body, they take it inside, if they can't use anything they cut up the body and you don't get the body back, you'll wind up walking out of there with a donut, there ain't nothing and they have them all set up like emergency wards in the old days, and you run in with your body and they rush in (45:49) man they got it down to an art form. those places. (45:54) you should see a body come apart in one of
sometime families will kill one of their own just to survive. you see them out side in the, out of the view cause of course the body banks frown on this activity they know what's happening (46:10) two crying parents 3 crying kids bringing in a 4th child with a very, very recent smash on its head chances are they hit him with a brick. (46:21) then again you can always sell the fresh heads to the scag lords. well especially if they are teenagers, good bucks for that personally i think it's unethical (46:39) i'd never sell heads for drugs, i mean that's just i will just stick with the straight flesh ripping i don't have to do that much though, used to, but (46:51)
i mean being a librarian that's how i make my living sharing data usually the barter system for food and shelter i keep data and give it to them copy it out, transfer it to tablets i mean that stuff's free, there's no shortage of tech that displays information most of the trash out here is silicon based it's to easy to find (47:20) televisions are everywhere sometimes trucks come through and hand out tablets. even in the inner city, i mean there's fringers and stuff vending machines sell them there is always advertising even the inner city has one advertise some people pay to get tattoos done, things like that it doesn't pay anything you get your whole back done you know, you might walk out there with enough food for a week. (47:58) well on top of being a librarian see i move around a lot i don't stay in one spot, it's dangerous i can't tell you to much about it �cause it will compromise my position librarians are the most hated and hunted of all the outside trades, i mean it's they hate us. don't know (48:28) maybe we remind them of the morals they don't have or something, i
i have a job inside the archologies as well. not in the archologies i am not one of the privileged, but i, i come and go out of them, that's all i can say all i can say right now so my position is somewhat unique then again you don't live as long as i do for 6 generations without having a few tricks up your sleeve.
(48:58) i should get going i will broadcast again as soon as i can i give you more information and i don't know if there is anything you can use out of this. if it helps if you can see trends or see how their working (49:20) the human resources and companies like waste tech and panoshiba and them, i mean there's got to be some kinda way to stop them can't stop them now, i sure can't maybe you can (49:39) this is independent librarian dynamic sean kennedy the 6th, broadcasting sometime afternow, in an unknown grid. please help me. (50:01)