“Well, when you put it that way, it’s downright simple, just hijack a multi-billion-dollar nanofab factory for a few days and program it to build off some of the most closely-guarded and highly classified blueprints in the U.N.‘s database. I’m sure that would be a total cakewalk.” Star snarked.
“Actually, this place would normally be filled with raw materials for the fab up the street, except the market’’s down so they have the plant idled,” Jason replied with a mischievous sparkle in his eyes. “As for the CAD files, my job at AEGIS was adapting the standard automech frames to fit whatever bodies they want to drop on them, so I had all the access I needed.”
And with that she ran out of objections easily at hand.
“You know, you’re a pain in the ass to argue with, you always think of everything beforehand.” Star grumbled.
“I know. That’s how I got you to go out with me in the first place, remember?” Jason retorted with a lopsided grin.
“Yeah, you disrupted my train of thought so badly I couldn’t say no.”