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A Day in the life of... BANG! The window shattered into a million pieces that shone on the floor with the full moon rays. I hoped no one had noticed. Goddamn! That asshole Jake told me this c2 charge would make little noise, but of course, breaking a double bulletproof window wasn't easy. Hopefully no one had noticed, but just in case, I stood camouflaged in the darkness for some minutes, until I could see no lights had been turned on in the mansion. I switched my night goggles on and went in. My first error had already been made; making too much noise could get me into serious problems with the guards in the house. The second error was even worse, I was underestimating the enemy. Just as I got in I saw three men standing in front of me with one shotgun each. I hardly managed to crouch before the bullets started flying over me. My mastered skills in the use of heavy weapons and the 5 years working for the army had always come in handy, and as I flied through the air I got my two Uzi's from my back strips and shot into the hostile figures. ...read more.

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"I promise it will be the last one. Lets talk about money," whispered the cold voice through the phone. "I told you I have enough money" I shouted getting angrier every second "OK the problem is the guy that I want you to kill is pointing a gun at your wife's head" I let go of the phone and stared blankly into space. That was the reason why Jason hadn't woke him up crying or urging him to play with him. When I was able to regain strength and get the phone again the voice said "This ain't no game Joe if you want more information meet me in 6 minutes in Times Square" and he hung up. Silence was the only thing I could hear. I rushed up to my bedroom knowing that when Jake wanted him in 6 minutes, he had only one chance. My apartment was reasonably near to Times Square. It was a big apartment with two floors and three garages it also had a heliport in the ceiling just for any emergencies. I had managed to get all these goods by my work: hired killer. ...read more.

Conclusion

I would come in at night and blow up the bulletproof window of the main chamber I would only have to cross the room into the place my wife and son were locked. The plan was perfectly planned but... I was still lying on the floor giving up everything when a reasonably known face stood in front of me "Well, well, well. Look who we got here its nothing more than Joe Vercetti, the famous hired killer." My sight was fading, I had lost a lot of blood through my leg but I wanted to see the face of the one that had done this to me. When at last, my sight was some better I saw to my horror the face of the assassin: Jake Factoni. "TRIATORRRRR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!" I wanted to stand up and stab him twenty times in the neck but I just couldn't, and when I saw the mutilated corpses of my wife an my son I just couldn't stand it any longer. My sight was worst now and I could vaguely hear Jake. That's when I decided to switch off and try to look back in the past for any good memories. Jake and I have still a battle to fight when he meets me in hell. END ...read more.

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