Lyndon Hood - me neither, Wellington
Tuesday, June 11, 2013
Kim Dotcom took another spoonful of breakfast and decided it was time to start the day.
“Hey, computer: news!”
Yes, Mr Dotcom. a smooth computer-generated female voice replied.
The holo-projector promptly displayed a personalised selection of current reportage in the air above the bed. It took a moment for the lead story to register. Dotcom smiled grimly.
“Another one bites the dust,” he murmured. It was actually quite spectacular. He reflected that while he had badly wounded or at least embarrassed several of his opponents – the Prime Minister, the Deputy Prime Minister, the Police, the GCSB, the NSA, that singer/songwriter girl off The X Factor – the only really complete revenge he had managed up to the point was against Aaron Gilmore. And that was only over something disparaging Gilmore had said on Facebook and which, on reflection, Dotcom wasn’t even sure anyone else had noticed. Otherwise, slow progress.
Still, that was all in accordance with The Plan… More>>
From Werewolf 40, which also has Kim Dotcom interviews and such.
Labels: conspiracies, Kim Dotcom, Knights Templar, nz politics, peter dunne