15:30:49: Package picked up by Michael Bruggman
15:30:50: Someone once told @peepso_user_7(Blaylock Samson) that the best way to handle this job is if you keep it strictly business.  Not personal.  Do not concern yourself with revenge.  @peepso_user_7(Blaylock Samson) knows @peepso_user_154(Michael Bruggman) has stolen one too many packages from them before, but brushes the sweat from their brow, banishing that memory.  The heaviness of the EK40 surface to air missile launcher is starting to wear on @peepso_user_7(Blaylock Samson) but the time is almost here.  @peepso_user_154(Michael Bruggman)'s ship comes over the horizon.  There it is. @peepso_user_7(Blaylock Samson)'s finger closes around the trigger loosely, causing the launcher to commence lock-on.  A small repetitive beep turns into a single tone, signaling the moment for action.  @peepso_user_7(Blaylock Samson) is surprised however as the rocket launches behind them instead of in front due to user error.  This mistake would sting @peepso_user_7(Blaylock Samson) the most, if not for the tower of rocket fuel they have chosen as their location.  @peepso_user_154(Michael Bruggman)'s ship rolls successfully by the towering pyre of incinerating flame, package still in tow.
16:00:32: @peepso_user_7(Blaylock Samson) steadily took aim from a second story window as @peepso_user_154(Michael Bruggman) ran by below.  Sweat dotting their forehead, @peepso_user_7(Blaylock Samson) inhaled sharply and squeezed the trigger.  It was a miss.  @peepso_user_154(Michael Bruggman) resumes delivery, trying to ignore the echoing rifle shot and fragments of wall exploding just overhead.
16:31:24: Package delivered by Michael Bruggman for $40,000