The Incident

Synopsis: Captive in a foreign city, The Agent must fight his way through several obstacles to fulfill his mission, preserve his sanity, and ultimately, save the Earth.
8 min

You are not familiar with the-fittest Hz' say more?

- I've got it you v0rf'L1nfMinuten said.

- Yeah, sure, you ass.

Your wife is on the bag.

The budget does not get baked.

I really knew now 'tolerate a couple beers.

Power Iockerer for the shootings.

- Beer will help you play better.

- And you, to sing better.


What the hell are you doing?

I mchte wilrzen already today.

It tastes better.

- That you can do it tomorrow.

- No, it should taste good!

Scheifie, bad?

Not very.


Okay, you knntest test as

enter the base drum, please?

La ute, please

- Iaut Not so!

- L'm not the scheif3 Drummer!

Where is the idiot?

- Call him at times but still.

- Certainly not.

- This band can forget you!

- Kick it again, please!

Okay, that's enough. Thank you.

Hey, Bob!

How much time do we have any Ubrig?

45 minutes.

When do wirjetzt conclusion, then we get

's discount?

You pay the amount of time you have booked.

Out of it what it does is not my thing.


Is it cheaper idiots, with

work, you ass? - Snout!

Bob, when did we know back in?

Nchsten Thursday after midnight.

L you do the same price.

Until then, we have the money together

. But I'll call you.

Disc! W0 were you, asshole?

Max, not now!

- I only 'a quarter of an hour I spet too!

- Are you disabled?

I'm talking about last night.

- I was with Amanda.

- The Yeti?

- Snout! l at least have sex.

- With 'NEM Yeti.

Why you do me like that?

We had rented the studio!

Rented and paid for!

All right, Max Work weather.

Scheil3e does, I'm really sorry.

L've got sweaty.

". Scheilz ~ e does, I'm really sorry l s

sweaty Have fucked n Yeti..."

- Okay, that's enough! Go to your work.

- Should we even talk about your old man?

- Max!

- Real mall

- The scheil3 women.

- Face and keep working!

Scheif $ e!

When finally getting to the point,

set the water heater right?

And then this

stench in our locker room. How's his ass stinks there!

I've given up calling there.

The council puts his money into football stadiums Iieber

lrrenanstalt as in 'ne.

- Would the schliefien the store here?

- L do wtmschte.

- Morning, gentlemen!

- Hey, JB.

- Smells of lndia.

- L smell often lndians.

What's today?

Hhnchengeschnetzeltes in a creamy curry sauce. - But not too spicy!

No, between mild.

Fl'Ul morning, "I come to the meat supplier

So I" you flUSSt6St fl'Clh be here.

When exactly?

7 clock.

But now we play tonight!

I had logged into the office. - I'm sorry.

- Scheifie! Yeah well, I'll be there.

- Are you coming to the concert too, Ricky?

- Got it? S start?

- Yes.

Then I let them in now.

Ricky! You kummerst you to the plate.

- Set up in a row on the left wall.

- Their gehrt have him! Go!

Come on!

A tray from the stack, and Leffel

plastic fork out of the basket!

Here comes our Schlafmutze.

Push your tray down through and thanks to you.

And remain in the series.

More like this!

- Thank

- Gem

Here comes Mister Happy.

- Thank

- Gem

Thank you.


Do not let's taste.

Bit more even.

You're welcome.

This is curry.

Hey! Zurilck in the Schlangel


You weil3t very well that you take by

not there may!

When I see you again ervvische here, there's

for you only soup, right?

The End of the line!

Do it!

Everything ok with you?

Yes, all right.

Okay, so people can go weather.

Hi, Pete!

- Thank you.

- Very much, Pete.

The stands on you, dude!

L Yfln!

- Lynn, I need a towel!

- Even seconds!

I dribble.

"Your Fleil3 LESST to wtmschen Ubrig."

- Lynn!

- I'm coming!

Scheif $ e!

Oh, God! Man, I'm cold!

- Are you excited?

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Jules Saulnier

Jules Saulnier (1817-1881) was a French architect. He is best remembered for his work on the Menier Chocolate Co. buildings in Noisiel, France. Many historians cite his 1872 building as the first true skeleton structure, having its exterior walls requiring only simple infill. The February 1997 issue of the Architectural Review called the iron and brick chocolate factory at Noisiel "one of the iconic buildings of the Industrial Revolution". In 1992, the factory was designated by the government of France as an official Monument historique and is on the list to be named a UNESCO World Heritage Site.A street in the Parisian suburb of Saint-Denis is named in Jules Saulnier's honor. more…

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