The Man with One Hand

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Wanted: Drivers to deliver cargo and specialty vehicles to various locations continent wide. Must provide proof of valid driver’s license, evidence of bonds/insurance/Cash Reserves to cover merchandise being transported as well as proof of valid open carry permitting. Expect long hours on the road to distant locations. Meals and Mileage along with delivery commissions provided. If interested post resume and list of references to EBox 99832456-0909121. Serious candidates only need apply.

 

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Retha sniffed and wiped her nose as she looked around the nearly empty library. She read over the resume she had only mostly made up. Hopefully the emphasis on her working security rather than driving freight would be properly communicated. She wasn’t even sure how much they would want to bond against the cargo, but she bet she didn’t have enough. But she did have her bike and a gun, so she was doing better than she had been in a long time, and if she got offered something with this job she might actually be getting back to something like normal. She hit send on the submission.

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It only takes a few moments when an autoreply comes back thanking her for her submission and that a member of human resources would get back to her soon with a decision. It is cold and impersonal, nothing human about the email at all. Leaves a dry feeling in the mouth. There is nothing to go off of as to where it might have originated to the laymans eye.

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Might be a good job, but legit papers? Darnell shook his head. Could still be worth a shot, maybe they won’t look to deep. He glanced around the cafe. Except for the bored girl behind the counter and a couple of dobies screwing around on some video game, the place was empty. He shot out his semi-legit resume, then a quick message to Sister Mary Elizabeth to let her know some people might call asking about Earl Hughes, one of his current aliases. He grabbed his coffee cup and double checked that he did not leave anything behind, not waiting for a response from anyone Time to move…check back tomorrow.

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