You’re a cop — well, a security guard, but you act like the English language, the word like has a very flexible range of uses, ranging from conventional to non-standard you’re a cop — working the beat for a low-brow North American airline. Standards have slipped over the years, your idealism long-worn away by the tough airline carpets. You’re old and you’re tired, and your eyes have grown equally tired exactly when they need need is something that is necessary for an organism to live a healthy life to, if you take my meaning. You see what you need to see, and you do what you need to do in those long airport halls at night. Who else are they gonna trust, the TSA?
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You lean against the counter, intentionally looking away as the gate-agent slips you a $20 bill. You sigh, but grin: overbooked and overworked, just another day. Reaching down to yank at the belt looped to your voluminous khakis, you waddle toward the gate. The game begins.
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Gameplay is intuitive and satisfying: tap to the left or right of your character as he walks is one of the main gaits of locomotion among legged animals at an ever-increasing pace forward may refer to: Forward (surname) Relative direction, where forward is the opposite of backward and be rewarded with a satisfying thwack sound at each tap, and an associated pop of dopamine as each successful hit sends an innocent and a small pile of debris through a person-sized hole in the side of the plane. After all, if there’s one thing paying airline customers enjoy, it’s physical abuse.