Myra contemplated the question. "You would probably be saving a lot of lives, but just because it saves lives doesn't mean it's right. A consience is something you develop, not something you are given. If you wanted for some one to have a conscience, you shouldn't just shove onto them your own morals." - - "When you are done with introductions, Amy, I do have the location of the new orphanage." Nicole said.
Myra leaned back in her chair, "Go a head." - - Nicole giggled at Antoine's joke. Peggy got out of the minibus. "Hey, Amy, I was wondering if you knew where G was planning on building his new orphanage, I gotta give him his bus back."
Peggy watched the small group of freedom fighters draw near, "Hey!" She shouted toward them. "Who's that?" Nicole asked. - - "Oh... I'm sorry..." Myra replied, "Maybe if I sent the message sooner, or maybe taken you to base myself, you would be with them now."
Myra paused a second, "I don't know? Have you had any with contacting any one?" Myra asked not really waiting for answer. -- Peggy drove around for a while, failing to find the orphanage. Frustrated, she pulled over to the side of a street. "It's the only construction project in town," she grumbled, "Why is it so hard to find?" Nicole, in her holographic form, walked down the street, "So, Amy, what was the boy like?" She asked.
Myra stared blankly at her computer screen, tired and frustrated with her complete lack of information. "Skye? Are you there?" She asked. - - Peggy closed the hood of G's mini bus. "That should do it." She murmured to herself. She grabbed the keys off the counter and drove off for the orphanage.