Below Board ep.1 - The Big HeistANNOUNCERBelow Board ep.1 - The Big Heist3 weeks ago in Drama More Like This
There now follows the first in a new series of police dramas, produced by Red Rudder Productions. For the next thirty minutes, you will be taken step-by-step, on the side of the law, through an actual crime. From beginning to end, from crime to punishment, Below Board is the story of America's policemen in action.
'Join the force,' the posters say. 'Help keep the streets safe for our citizens'. A proud line of work indeed. They never tell you about the other parts, and they're probably in the right on that. If they told you about the other parts, the bad parts, no one would take this job. There's the drudgery of filing daily reports on breaking up bar fights and helping old ladies across the road, the monotony of walking the beat on the docks at night, the lethal dangers that might be waiting for you behind every street corner, in every warehouse, and on every boat from every single port this side of Suez. Then there's the other part
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October 16th, 1793
Je souffre; I am suffering. I haven't been in this much pain since Jeanne d'Arc was killed. Lately, there has been so much rebellion and murder that it makes my head spin. I wouldn't call this a war anymore; it's more of a revolution.
This revolution began when my late boss, Louis XVI, was in power. He was only 15 years old when he became king; then he married Marie Antoinette of Austria. This marriage was a political decision between the Bourbon family and the Hapsburgs of Austria. Marie was the daughter of Maria Theresa, so you would think that they would teach her how to run a country. The problem was that she and Louis were so young and unprepared. The couple loved to spend money, and my boss loved to get into wars. I think he inherited that from his grandfather, King Louis XV. He caused me lose the Seven Years; not to mention I was already in debt from building the palace of Versailles in 1682. I have had a cold for more than twenty years
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"Doc. Could I just get cleaned up, please?" I asked. I mean, it was a monkey in a coat. A monkey with a really long, white mustache. A monkey who was the doctor. A monkey who insisted on being called "Doc". A monkey who was way too interested in anatomy and asking weird questions. A monkey who- you know what, screw it. I was out of there.
I jumped off the table and started to walk toward the door. Then I remembered I still had the yellow pendant. It felt wrong to keep it. I didn't even remember how I got it, exactly. Something about a paintball gun and a wire cutter.
"Alright, alright! I'll get a bucket of water and a washcloth for you. Stay inside the tent," Dr. Jacobin said impatiently. He disappeared somewhere behind a white curtain, and I was left alone with the still unconscious Uniquex. The medical tent wasn't anything special. Th