(btw didn`t I post this already? It seems to ahve vanished….?)
Nope I don’t think so. Internet must have eaten the post.
I’m really enjoying this story, and don’t want to be a noodge, but… if this scene is supposed to be taking place in Boston, the emergency response would be *way* more significant and organized.
I’m not a rah-rah fanboy for the BPD/BFD, but this just isn’t the way things are done here. This city is primed for hard-core emergency response – surely you remember the ridiculous over-reaction to the Mooninite signs a few years ago?
By the time the dust had settled, there would be dozens of vehicles on scene and a strong perimeter established to keep back the inevitable crowds. You wouldn’t have random firemen walking over rubble fields turning pieces of debris over, they wouldn’t be on a bomb scene without ventilators, they wouldn’t be talking on cellphones, and traumatized victims would not be thrown into the back of police wagons – the firemen would be dealing with them, not the cops. There would be *far* more medical response personell. Media would be on scene almost immediately.
Glad. Your enjoying the story and your probably right. Ah well chalk it up to demonic influence.
So… what happens if you don’t reach the $1000 target?
It depends on my financial situation but a very long hiatus is likely.