The day angel dropped off the grid, there were flashing lights. A trivial offense. Just twenty years now finally done with The Service.
Based on the work of angel's life, it was reassuring that no one knew who he was--reassuring to angel that his civilian identity was intact. In fact, that having a ticket made the perception of his imperfection more accurate. It would be safe to say that angel had budgeted the cost of the fine several months earlier.
It would also be safe to say, on the humor of angel's life, that he had a check prewritten for the amount, just requiring the blank pay to filled with the municipality and the blank date to be filled with the offense date. If you were the passenger with angel, it'd fall to your feet when he had you pull the registration and insurance cards from the glove compartment.
angel was great with psychology. He knew when he was pulled over, and asked if he knew WHY he was pulled over, that stating the section and subsection code of commonwealth law he had offended was most definitely not in his civilian favor. That said, it was already pre-written on the memo line of the check.
angel never could predict the future. He was just excessively good at predicting consequence to circumstance. In the end, he'd admit the whole event was just another story to tell. A true story. Maybe embellished. But entertaining. Pre-planned to verify the accuracy and reliability of his system.Crazy But Lazy Digital Designs - play responsibly - +)@(-