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  • "... It was the biker-cavalry I that I felt sorry for; the military knew what they were doing. they were cold and calculated, precise in their actions and protected in their armoured vehicles... but the bikers were just untrained youths - kids with chains and baseball bats; drafted in to help spread the chaos. No doubt told they were helping a "worthy cause" and promised cash-in-hand after the battle was won, even though most of those kids didn't see the finish line... my warriors would make sure of that.

    It didn't matter really, whether it was them or us, either way it'd be one less problem for "The Man" to worry about, come the end of the day."
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