kcsquare (kcsquare76@yahoo.com.sg)
Sat, 24 Mar 2001 02:04:52 +0800 (CST)


or 1 of those removable joystick from Gundam X ;)
Gato:"Where's the josystick!??!"

--- "Richard Ramos - Crouching Tiger, Hidden Gundam!"
<gaijin@i-manila.com.ph> wrote: > Even better, they
shouldn't have loaded the nuke,
> they should have had the
> GP02 in a state of total shutdown (there should have
> been engineer's locks
> on the damn thing), and then the activation diskette
> should have been kept
> secure. Another thing was to keep the cockpit in a
> state of lockdown, and
> have protective locks on the foot controls, LOL!
>
>
>
> Crouching Tiger, Hidden Gundam!
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>
>
>
>
> > As it was mentioned earlier, it was Peace Time,
> and with the amount of
> > personnel turnover created during the OYW(besides,
> do you know everyone
> YOU
> > work with ^_^), it wouldn't really be all that
> difficult to get in.
> > Mind you, I admit that he should have been checked
> for ID when entering
> the
> > Albion, but then again, Kou walked right in.
> > Like everywhere else, if you look the part and
> have the right papers, then
> > you can probably do just about anything.
> > What they did need was a key to start the GP02,
> that would have stopped
> Gato
> > right in his tracks("Anyone know how to hotwire a
> Gundam?").
> > Let's face it, the whole project was a shamble
> right from when they
> landed.
> > If it was so "secret and secure", I'm sure there
> would have been armed
> > guards and the like posted every 5 feet...
>
>
>
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