Saturday July 24, 2004
Book 5: The Scrapyard of Insufferable Arrogance — Part III: Handle With Care


Legs: When we lured those guys out here, one of 'em was logged in at their bank.
Legs: His session hadn't timed out, and his passcode was taped to the screen. Opportunity knocked, and I answered.
Legs: I moved all their liquid holdings into my own personal account. It's the only place I had access to.
Schlock: That's great! What's the problem?
Legs: It's enough money for me to retire. But spread out over everybody in the company it's only about two weeks' pay.
Schlock: How much is it spread out over, say, just you and me?
Legs: See? Moral quandary.