The Adventures of Koko & Teddy Edition - The Advocates (OAJ) Heroes through time
During the chase By Isabel Cutter:
Logan I am trying to exit the city all routes are closed the roads are closed road block traffic jams check point centre by traffic control reading my every move. I cant seem to lose the tail. Task is in pursuit the old network has changed they game plan, changed the main player bought arms from the enemy RSS and the allies back out is Winnie out there some with other Nuns. Typical koko to explain science in cruise control well keeps Teddy calm.
Koko: Atomic mass and ton, the ton Neutron mass the bigger ones consume the smaller atoms to create energy over and over again. The decay takes years.
Teddy: Sweetheart we are being chased.
Koko: Honesty I am trying to talk. Of Course we are. I had to finish my science explanation.
Logan: Koko we are being chased.
Koko: Oh follow my lead..
Teddy: Typical I will route us to the highway. We will double back to Grand Central Station by the river canal route.
Koko: I will keep debriefing us then.
Teddy: Good idea in case we have to split up.
Koko: Logan you take the Marie Curie file. She speaks polish and French and works closing with her Husband Pierre. They take in students. You will be in their classes.
Logan: Explain her work further.
Teddy: Take the next left we should hit the highway in a couple of minutes.
Logan: Thanks Teddy.
Koko: She has to beautiful daughters. Teddy Brace, Slam the breaks Logan! Smoke bomb!
Logan: Well we have lost the tail.
Teddy: You could have told me the plan woman!
Koko: Any how Marie is physicist.
Teddy: It says here Marie Curie....
“In 1921, accompanied by her two daughters, Marie Curie made a triumphant journey to the United States, where President Warran G Harding presented her with a gram of radium bought as the result of a collection among American women. She gave lectures, especially in Belgium, Brazil, Spain, and Czechoslovakia. She was made a member of the International Commission on Intellectual Co-operation by the Council of the League of Nations.”
Koko: Oh I will call the librarian arrival for more details, we are going through Britain right Logan?
Logan: No we are going via the Vatican Library to check up on Winnie the Nun. She is British, you call Britannica from there.
Teddy: The General Assembly of the League of Nations meet today, in Observance of the International Day against Nuclear Tests - "Towards Zero: Resolving the Contradictions"
Koko: The nuclear Radiation particles are entering into vegetables and milk products.
Teddy: The UK continues to build nuclear plants for energy.
Logan: Koko; Teddy we are entering into classified territory now.
Koko: Classify this image of the child burned by the last bomb we had in the city.
Logan: The hills have eyes. Mine are on you little lady. Fall back!
Koko: Yes mam law book queen.
Logan: Debrief us based until we hit airport.
Koko& Logan: What!!!
Teddy: It says here Marie’s health is deteriorating annually the more she spends time testing.
Logan: Are there any links Teddy?
Koko: Law book inconclusive evidence.
Logan: That’s right keep quiet little lady. Teddy I acknowledge your concern, we will test others members of her team. Not a word from you squint I just saved your life with my law book.
Koko: I am concerned about the scale of nuclear star war…
Logan: The survival mankind. I told you the Noh’s ark story already.
Koko: You mean Noah right.
Logan: Linguists 101… Next stop Airport
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