COD7 Computer amason’s mail box

November 12, 2010 in Black Ops, Glitch

Also at the computer prompt if you type in “mail” this is what you will see:

$MAIL
id from date subject
0 Jason Hudson Sat Nov 10 1963 New Tech
1 Jake Reach Fri Nov 17 1963 WC
2 Greg Weaver Sun Nov 24 1963 Thanks
3 Jason Hudson Fri Sep 17 1965 Slow Down
4 Greg Weaver Mon Feb 14 1966 Proposition
5 Frank Woods Mon Jan 2 1967
6 Jason Hudson Tue Jan 10 1967 Frank
7 Ryan Jackson Mon Aug 12 1968 Cupcakes
8 Dr. Adrienne Smith Mon Dec 23 1968 Migraines
9 Dr. Adrienne Smith Mon Dec 23 1968 RE: Migraines
10 Jason Hudson Tue Jul 4 1963 Don’t Do It

Mail Version 0.72. Type ? for help.

MSG #0
TO: Mason, Alex
FROM: Hudson, Jason

Mason,

Stop complaining and go with it. It’s new to all of use. You’ll need a better password first off. “Password” doesn’t cut it. This is the CIA. You gotta protect your secrets and we’re in the business of secrets. Go with something only you would know, something personal but not obvious. Combine a name and a number. Pick someone important to you, like a mentor or something. Then put a date that’s important to you on the end. For example, the year you won a big award. Combined those would be pretty difficult to guess.

Change your password or I’ll do it for you. You do not want me send mails in your name.

JH

MSG #1
TO: Mason, Alex
FROM: Reach, Jake
SUBJECT: WC

Mr. Mason,

Word on the street is you won the WC back in ’53. I came in 2nd in ’45,
One former jarhead to another, we should grab some beers and hit the range.

What do you say?

GySgt Jake Reach (ret)

MSG #2
TO: Mason, Alex
FROM: Weaver, Greg
SUBJECT: Thanks

Mason,

Not big heart-to-heart kind of guy, but you and Frank saved my ass back in the Baikonur. Lost an eye sure, but I gained an ally. I owe you one.

Sincerely,

G. Weaver

MSG #3
TO: Mason, Alex
FROM: Hudson, Jason
SUBJECT: Slow Down

Mason,

Listen. It’s been almost 2 years since Baikonur. Your fixation with Dragovich is bordering on obsessive. People are talking and not the secretaries about the water cooler. You’re poking in files way above your pay grade and you’re doing it real sloppy. Luck you, you got me watching your back.

We all want to put a bullet in his head. And we will But slow it down. It’s a team effort and that’s the best and only way to get our hands on the psycho. You hear me? And while I’m on the subject, quit with the mumbling to yourself. You look like you’re insane.

JH

MSG #4
TO: Mason, Alex
FROM: Weaver, Greg
SUBJECT: Proposition for You

Mason,

Told you I owed you one. Got a way to start chipping away at that debt. That smoking blonde down on the first floor? Her name is Sarah. Word is her scum bag fiancee had a penchant for ladies of the night. She found out, called it off, apparently punched him, too (unconfirmed). I tried, but she’s not interested in a cyclops like me. I mentioned your name though and she was suddenly all ears. She’s seen you around, has a soft spot for the dark, ugly, and brooding. I’ll introduce you. You take her out for drinks. Get a little comfort from the fairer species. You could use it.

Weaver

MSG #5
TO: Mason, Alex
FROM: Woods, Frank

We need to stop wasting our time with this techno garbage and get back to the business of dropping the hammer on the Commies.

This is war baby. Words don’t count for nothin’.

Frank
MSG #6
TO: Mason, Alex
FROM: Hudson, Jason
SUBJECT: Frank

Mason,

In case you hadn’t heard, Frank is off to Nam to lead SOG RT incursions into Laos. Volunteered of course. Old war horse like him needs a fight like he needs oxygen. Nam will be like a day at the beach for him.

Feel sorry for the VC, tell you that much.

JH

MSG #7

Hello everyone,
My lovely wife Bridget, the saint she is, got up at the crack of dawn and made cupcakes. She coerced me into bringing them into the office to share with all of you. They’ll be in the coffee room while supplies last.

WARNING: Only 1 cupcake per person. The room is being monitored. Don’t me sic the SAD on your. That does double for Stanz and Sutton.
–Ryan

MSG #8
FROM: Dr. Smith, Adrienne
TO: Mason, Alex
SUBJECT: Recurring Migraines

Alex,

I’m sorry to hear the medication isn’t working as intended. Let’s schedule some time tomorrow, say 3pm. We’ll give you a once-over and, if need be, discuss dosage.

In the mean time, get some rest. You’ve been through a harrowing ordeal these past few months. Consider perhaps a trip home to Anchorage. See your family. Clear your mind. At the very least, stay out of the offices. You’ll be surprised how much it can help.

Best,

Doctor Adrienne Smith, M.D.
Staff Psychiatrist

MSG #9
TO: Mason, Alex
FROM: Dr. Smith, Adrienne
SUBJECT: Recurring Migraines

Alex,

You cannot and will not threaten suicide to your assigned analyst if you ever intend to regain your field operational status. I’m sorry to hear about your family. I know what it is to be divisive with one’s family, but I also know that if anyone can forgive, it is blood. Understand it’s a sensitive subject, but I will not be blackmailed for medication I trust we are clear.

That said, I cannot in good conscience allow an idle threat become a reality. I have a final appointment at 5pm. Please come to my office at 6pm and we can discuss your medication and anything else you require for as long as needed.

Best,

Doctor Adrienne Smith, M.D.
Staff Psychiatrist

MSG #10
TO: Mason, Alex
FROM: Hudson, Jason
SUBJECT: Don’t Do It

Mason,

I saw the report and I know what you’re thinking. Stay away from Johannesberg, you got that? They’re watching you, especially that Kain guy up in S.A.D. He’s just dying for you to blow it. Don’t give him the excuse.

Stay away from Johannesburg, Mason. Stay away.

JH.

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