|Full Name||Faith Bailey|
|Main Affiliations||WNKA International (employer)|
Merryweather offer world's most secure courier service.
- After Friend Request
What do you give the person who has everything? Well, whatever you give them, make sure you get it shipped by Merryweather's infamous courier service. Alongside their private security and bodyguarding divisions, Merryweather inc, the controversial company sometimes called "Don Percival's private army" is now trying to supplant the postal service - at least for the extremely wealthy. They now offer a worldwide deluxe courier service, advertised as the world's safest, ideal for moving art and other valuable treasures. Percival told reporters "With an ever greater and more powerful elife demanding better and better services, we saw a gap in the market. Now we can protect your Ming vase or luxury sports car from the common herd with the same care as we protect you as you both move from A to B."
Another American icon purchased by the Chinese
- After Paparazzo - The Meltdown
Brian White has been drinking Logger all his life. He has one with breakfast, drives his wife to school where she is a teacher, and then heads out to the oil field where he was worked for 34 years. But when he found out that his beloved Logger was about to be owned by the Chinese, he cried "I don’t know what to do," White blubbered.
Ming Ha Ling beverage of Shanghai recently purchased Logger for 4.2 billion dollars. The company promises to keep the spirit alive of the red-blooded American lager. It will be brewed in a province outside the country that most Americans are unable to name.
Data thieves raid Bureau, Helicopter crash devastates building.
- After The Bureau Raid (roof entry)
Unknown assailants who broke into the Federal Investigation Bureau's West Coast Headquarters were forced to fight their way out after their escape helicopter crashed into the building. This morning the FIB is dealing with the effects of the fire, and pertinent questions about about how the security system allowed such a breach. Following the incident celebrity Special Agent Steve Haines gave a press conference vowing to bring whoever was responsible to justice.