“Bullshit! You sound like you know enough to think you know how we operate, but you have no clue.” she grumbled.
“Oh, I wouldn’t be so sure I don’t know how you operate, some of my people have worked with you before.” he replied with a smirk as he pulled into a warehouse door that opened at his approach. “And I wouldn’t be so certain you won’t change your mind. After all, I might have someone who can change it.”
A rather timid and nerdy-looking twenty-something met them at the door with a raised eyebrow. “A BMW R1200RT. You took someone’s motorbike?”
“A bit more than that, Bran. Remember that little gadget I had you make? Well, this is the system it bypassed,” the rider said with a smirk, as the door closed and put down the kickstand. “This pretty lady is going to make us very, very rich. Get the computer to cooperate, and don’t let her push you around. I’ve got business to do, call me when she cooperates.”
Before long, the thief was gone, and the remaining geek was looking perplexed.
“I don’t get it.”