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Tuesday, May 2nd, 2006
8:58 pm
Dearest Operations,

I'm having a little trouble pursuing my Gnosology Experiment with the "community"... Please advise on how to continue, thank you.

- EL

PS. The tip with 3 pennies didn't help much either, but thanks!
Sunday, February 5th, 2006
7:08 am
neurobords are down......
Friday, December 16th, 2005
12:44 pm
Slow going these days....

hmmm. Not much going on for me. I did get and complete my hidey-hole 'mimir' envelope assignment recently tho. I wonder if someone has picked it up yet?
Thursday, September 22nd, 2005
6:29 pm
Back in business
Monday, September 12th, 2005
7:17 am
Alright then, NCI is 'under new management'. I have been getting a tad bit bored from lack of assignments....I hope to see some new action, shortly.
Monday, August 1st, 2005
2:58 pm
Word from the 'Cam
I don't think it's breaking any secrecy rules to share this, just got the response today:
Dear shadowy overlords...Collapse )

Current Mood: relieved
Wednesday, July 13th, 2005
9:51 am
Bridget Fischer?
shes leaving the company eh?

Current Mood: contemplative
Tuesday, July 12th, 2005
8:27 pm
Has anyone recieved a mission lately?
I havent had one in over a month...

Current Mood: worried
Thursday, May 5th, 2005
8:43 pm
Ive recruited someone!!


(im sure we all have but... this was one of the NO WAY UH HUH, I AINT JOINING THAT CULT kinda guys)

::does a lil dance::

Current Mood: bouncy
Tuesday, May 3rd, 2005
10:49 pm
Hello all!

Please adjust accordingly.

Neville Harris
Administration Division
Neurocam International

---------------------------- Original Message ----------------------------
Subject: FWD: Amendment to "Progress Report, April 2005."
From: "Bridget Fischer" <bridget.fischer@neurocam.com>
Date: Thu, April 28, 2005 4:23
To: "Neville Harris" <neville.harris@neurocam.com>


Please ensure that this amendment is forwarded to all members of middle


Bridget Fischer
Chief Executive Officer
Neurocam International

---------------------------- Original Message ----------------------------
Subject: Amendment to "Progress Report, April 2005."
From: "Arthur Angus Verey" <arthur.verey@neurocam.com>
Date: Thu, April 28, 2005 0:44
To: "Bridget Fischer" <bridget.fischer@neurocam.com>, "Gertrude Zelle"
<gertrude.zelle@neurocam.com>, "Nancy Wake" <nancy.wake@neurocam.com>,
"Charles Hastings" <charles.hastings@neurocam.com>, "Lisa Andrews"
<lisa.andrews@neurocam.com>, "Sebastian Hoddle"
<sebastian.hoddle@neurocam.com>, "Marie Sachsen"
<marie.sachsen@neurocam.com>, "Xiao Yamato" <xiao.yamato@neurocam.com>,
"Nautonier" <nautonier.liaison@neurocam.com>, "Jack Sampson"
<jack.sampson@neurocam.com>, "Olga Chekhova" <olga.chekhova@neurocam.com>,
"Neville Harris" <neville.harris@neurocam.com>, "Otti Votavova"
<otti.votavova@neurocam.com>, "Samuel Stephenson"
<samuel.stephenson@neurocam.com>, "Madeline Khan"
<madeline.khan@neurocam.com>, "Elizabeth Van Lew"
<elizabeth.van.lew@neurocam.com>, "Reginald Rowland"
<reginald.rowland@neurocam.com>, "Herbert Finch"
<herbert.finch@neurocam.com>, "Peter Mason" <peter.mason@neurocam.com>,
"Peter H. Lee" <peter.lee@neurocam.com>, "Miles
Carrefour"<miles.carrefour@neurocam.com>, "Herbert Murphy"


Fellow Management,

Please note that recent developments have resulted in the inclusion of a
modicum of redundant and incorrect material in the recently disseminated
"Progress Report, April 2005".

I apologize for this occurrence, but assure you that the details included
were believed accurate at the time of printing.

In clarification - The concerns mentioned, within the report, in regards to
the unsuccessful laboratory trials of Compound H67T (pgs 23, 46, 61 & 72)
have now been satisfactorily resolved.

Whilst Compound H67T caused unforeseen complications in both the "Rhesus
macaque" and "Tonkean macaque" species, further experimentation utilizing
the species "Pan troglodytes verus" has been successful.

As the cerebral cortex of "Pan troglodytes verus" more closely resembles
that of "Homo Sapien" it is theorized that Compound H67T will be effective
in both instances. Based upon these findings, "Homo Sapien" experimentation
has been authorized and will commence in an expedient fashion.

I apologize once again for any inconvenience the inclusion of any inaccurate
material in the document "Progress Report, April 2005" may have caused, as
it now appears that our concerns were merely "clouds without water" and no
cause for alarm.


Arthur Angus Verey
Head, Research and Development Division
Neurocam International
Sunday, May 1st, 2005
7:05 pm
I'm not sure how to take this...
Well, I finally completed the "training exercise" I was set. Truth be told, I didn't enjoy it nearly as much as my normal assignments because it was all internet/computer based. I prefer the tasks that get me out in the field. Anyhoo, I apparently just scraped through by the skin of my teeth, as I was told I had attained a "partial success". What was most interesting was the comments my "examiner" gave to The Cam about me, including:

"I recommend this operative be considered for operations that allow for a
high degree of creativity and flexibility in both the manner of execution
and desired outcome. I do not recommend this operative be utilized for
operations requiring a strict adherence to secrecy or protocol."

Now, I am the creative type, they pinned me there, but I'm a little concerned that this report may see me miss out on any future MOAs (Mass Operative Actions) in my area. Time will tell.

Anyhoo, I have a new assignment now, a real one again, and I can't wait to sink my teeth into it, it's a fun one!

But of course, if I told you about it, I'd have to kill you.

Current Mood: relieved
Friday, April 29th, 2005
3:02 pm
Hmmm, this is an interesting, if predictable, twist, innit?

It seems rather too sloppy to do anything shocking, really. It isn't what it seems.

We. Are. Being. Set. Up.
4:49 pm
nope, nada, nix...
I would just like to say, officially, for the record, I saw nothing. Nothing at all. No sir. No sirree bob. Not a thing.

Now on a completely unrelated matter, if you'll excuse me I have to go back to a new little pet project I've started studying, "how to be more like a macaque".

Current Mood: nervous
Tuesday, April 26th, 2005
2:15 am
Reading Lot 49
I found underlined in the copy that I am reading...

"Feel," said Driblette, extending his arm. She felt. Gennato's costume was gray flannel. "You sweat like hell, but nothing else would really be him, right?"


Anyone else get this...anyone haveanyodea why it would be underlined??????

Chris Titan
p.s. there is NeuroGossip and intrigue at my blog.

This was what was stuck in my clipboard when I thought I had brought over my blog site...it is what ever I was looking at last...
Friday, April 15th, 2005
11:54 am
I sent in my application on the 8th, got a reply from one Gertrude Zelle on the 11th and nothing since. I wonder if Neurocam is operating out of my area at all (South Africa)? Is this a nomral period of time to wait?
Saturday, March 19th, 2005
2:31 pm
Pocket veto?
I submitted my second assignment, and it's been about two/three weeks since I did. They confirmed receipt of the email, but when I questioned why it was taking so much time, I was told that I had to be patient.

Anybody else have this happen?
Thursday, February 24th, 2005
6:06 am
I've completed my recon drop assessment mission, in areas in Albany for item or information trade between ops. I do hope I get to utilize one of them especially, it's a fave hangout!

Working on my next assignment, due in two weeks. I need batteries for my digicam and I am awaiting some minor clarification from Charles Hastings first.
Friday, February 18th, 2005
2:25 am
Just curious... but

Neurocam International is aware that many operatives publicly discuss
and relate their Neurocam experiences via online forums and web
journals. Operatives are permitted to continue this practice, but are
strictly forbidden from revealing the exact details of this assignment
until after its completion date. Any operative found doing so will
suffer immediate expulsion from Neurocam."

Who here is a nark?

(not that I expect an answer)
Sunday, February 13th, 2005
6:39 am
Has anyone ever heard of neurocam not accepting anyone after their intial first application? The one where you have to write about everything you do in one day.
Friday, February 11th, 2005
10:08 pm
I was recently 'dismisse' from Neurocam, here's all the hubbub tonight.
I'm waiting on Max's resposen to my question, detailed on those boards.
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