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The designer was used to being obsequious with his clients, particularly with this strange, unblinking man who stared at instruments of torture as if they were objects of affection. Out of necessity, the designer had a strong stomach, but something about the barely concealed lust in the Vice President’s gaze discomfited him. The designer was always very careful when he came to this little-used off-site office of the Pentagon. He’d never seen anyone there but the Vice President’s own private security force, and the way they watched him frightened him.
Bunch of metal tracks and grating children’s television theme songs. Fuck yes, listening to that shit for hours on end would be torturous but those terrorist assholes at Guantanamo, well, they got whatever they fucking got, far as he was concerned. Waterboarding sounded like some kind of recreational sport, but music torture; Nick thought that was genius. Simon, Nick’s producer, even started locking the studio door, pumping some Drowning Pool or Metallica into the studio until Nick slid 200 bucks from his wallet under the door to obtain release.
The Soldier cranked the ignition. ” Thurston and Glenda scurried toward the pickup. The passenger pulled a revolver from underneath his shirt, his hand shaking. ” The Soldier put the truck in gear. The passenger fired. The bullet struck just above the front wheel well. Thurston jumped in the passenger side, Glenda followed. The Soldier mashed the accelerator before the door shut. The tires spun, arced a tail of gravel, the back of the truck facing the man firing at them. The driver’s side mirror shattered as another blast echoed across the highway.