Under The Rug: Break Into The Pentagon

1657 words - 7 pages

No one had ever climbed Mount Everest in 30 minutes, no one had ever dived down to the sea bed in 10 minutes, and no one had ever run a Marathon in 4 minutes. Steve would be the first one to sneak into the pentagon; he couldn’t wait to beat the world record again. Steve hid behind a tree, and purposely shined a stream of light at a nearby guard.
The guard caught a flash of light that blocked his vision. Unsure if he should leave his post and go scanned the area or stayed. The guard realized that it’s more important to check if there is anyone who proves to be hostile. He reached back and yanked his assault rifle out; felt the comfortable sensation of the handle and held it firmly in his hand. The guard advanced slowly towards the clusters of trees.
“Steve, Steve! Are you there?!” Sally’s voice echoed in Steve’s fragile ears. “Of course, I don’t think it will be a good idea to sleep while these fools are patrolling the area.” Says Steve. “ What! You gave away your position?! Look, we don’t want you to create any unwanted distraction.” Sally’s voice was irritatingly loud. Steve hated that voice. “You know, baby, you’re beginning to annoy me!” Steve protested with a casual tone. The footsteps were pounding the ground heavily. Steve could sense all of the guard’s movements without using his x-ray vision; his exact coordinates. Steve wanted to aggravate Sally over the earphones, but he doesn’t want Sally screaming at him once he returned so he decided not to. Yep, it was me who shined the light and lured this imbecile to me, not because I want any distraction or disturbance which could seriously pose a threat to my mission. But something, some awkward reasons are manipulating me. Steve thought. Unlike other special operatives, Steve didn’t prefer the use of gadgets. As the guard began flipping over broken sticks and searching behind tree trunks. Steve could see one thing in the guard and it’s not bravery. Cowardiness, who the hell would hire an imbecile to take on this responsibility, no wonder the US falls in world war III .They lack potential as well as courage, what a group of losers! The guard was shaking terrible; afraid that his own life might be at risk. Steve leaped of the delicate tree branch and landed with professional skilled; he made no sound. “Steve, do you want these ancient humans to discoverer are identities, it will alter history!!! Leave that guy alone, he isn’t part of our objectives here today, we need to retrieve the loss sphere.” Sally nearly caused the frequencies waves to go berserk; Steve needed to shut down his hearing to prevent any unwanted consequences. “Well, miss! I am trying to…..” Sally sent him off trail and started yelling!” STEVE, this isn’t your duty, none of your business. Get your butt in there and look for the package!” “Steve had to admit that he was scared of Sally. First his mother, now his can’t shut up girlfriend. Steve turned with anger and sprinted towards the Pentagon. Steve avoids the...

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