Jan. 17th, 2017

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Illya Kuryakin stood, glaring at Cyrus Wallingford as the man argued back and forth with George Tanaka. Both men were members of Section I and their discussion was becoming quite animated.

Napoleon, sitting at the conference table, listened carefully as the two men continued going at each other. Alexander Waverly who was seated beside him seemed to be ignoring them, instead keeping his eyes glued to a file in front of himself. Nor did he seem to care that Kuryakin, who the topic of discussion, was standing right behind him.

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[identity profile] jantojones.livejournal.com
This is, more or less, a follow-up to my Short Affair story, 'Shooting Through the Red Tape', which I posted yesterday.



Neither Illya nor Napoleon could quite believe the idea which was being proposed by Charles Foster and Kalino Kahala. Kuryakin’s patience had already been tested the day before, by the ridiculous weapons requisition ideas from Barnaby Higgs*. Now they were stuck with what Napoleon would no doubt call ‘a hare-brained scheme’. The self-satisfied expression on Foster’s face had him wishing for an emergency which would require him to leave.

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