posted on Apr, 14 2016 @ 04:33 PM
Today your paradigm will be shifted - Part IX:
Februar, 28. 2001:
Bill and Ken were sitting in small diner, owned by a woman who had a frensh accent. Ken was greeting her as if he knows her well. But she pretended as
if he was a stranger. Ken was handing over a brownish looking envelope to Bill. "That's your new life", he said. Bill opened the evelope and looked
that the content. A british passport, a drivers-licence, a birth-certificate and a college-degree certificate from some art-school in London. He opend
the passport. "Ohhh", he said, "they made me older. I'm born 1957. My name is Thomas Sheerdon."
Ken replied, "don't worry. That matches your looks exactely. No offense, companiero. But you look exactly like as if you were born in 1957." Bill was
looking at the papers infront of him and said, "well...chain-smoking isn't healthy. Everybody knows it."
"Bill, I need to do some back-ground check on your family, if you don't mind. That's part of the procedure." Bill said, "okay." "Tell me about your
own family. Your mother and your father. Profession? Where do they live now? Siblings? How many? And what else is important to know for me and my
friend Mo? You choose." Bill felt uncomfortable. He said, as neutral as possible, "my parents are re-tired. Both live in Florida now. My father was
the chief of the book-keeping departement of a company that produces chemicals for stuff the ladys are using. Make-up and and lip-sticks and such. My
mother was a pre-school teacher. I'm the youngest of three siblings. My sister is an office-manager in a marketing company and my brother is a
dentist. Both have two children. My sister lives in Housten and my brother lives here in New York."
Ken was looking at some papers while Bill was talking. "Yes. That's what it says here. What about their religion?" Now Bill felt even more
uncomfortable. "They are christians. My parents at least. My father is some sort of a conservative. My mother is more liberal. My sister? I don't
know. She goes to some yoga classes. My brother is married to a jewish woman." Ken was sorting the papers infront of him. "Okay", he said, "what about
your wife?" Bill looked at Ken, who today was more formal then the last time they met each other. Bill hated what he got himself into. "She's german.
Her parents and siblings live in Germany. She has a degree in journalism and history, just like I have. She's working as a half-time german teacher
"What about her parents and grand-parents?", Ken asked? "Do they have a nazi back-ground? As far as you know?"
edit on 14-4-2016 by Willingly because: refinement