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Aug 16 2017, 06:20 PM
Mace sank down into his desk chair with a sigh. Between the meetings with various avengers and some minor internal ‘fires’, he hadn’t had a chance to get lunch. One of the few drawbacks to the patriot program was it had left him with a heightened metabolism. The hefty omelette he had made himself this morning had worn off hours ago, and the snack he kept in his desk had done little to blunt the hunger. Thankfully, Cecilio called down to Dimitri's and had a couple gyros delivered. Jeffery held them up to his face and breathed deep, even through the paper wrappings he would smell the garlicky roasted lamb goodness...
Aug 16 2017, 06:01 PM
Jeffery sat on the edge of his desk, gazing at the information streaming across the wall-sized monitor. The initial response to the SRA so far had been mostly positive, though he wasn’t naive enough to believe that it would remain so. He hoped the secondary initiatives he and Director Price were working on would help allay more concerns. There were several decommissioned military bases that would make good testing and training installations, remote enough to minimize accidental damage from high powered beings, yet close enough to civilization to make them feel comfortable. The more passive powered individuals could possibly even live ‘off base’. Their stay would be voluntary, of course. In exchange for signing a 4 year contract, AEGIS would help these individuals control and train their abilities. It was all in the planning stages at the moment, but Mace had a good feeling about it.
A muffled voice come through the mostly closed office door. Ever since coming back from break and discovering Hawkeye in the inner office, Celilio had been taking his job as doorkeeper quite seriously. Blanking the screen, Jeffery waited to see who was next.
Jul 20 2017, 08:05 AM
The late afternoon sun angled through the plate windows of the office, splashing across the desk. With a sigh, Jeffery closed out the file he had been reading and leaned back in his seat. He had been doing a little research on the next contact he wanted to make. A little research that had turned into a hell of a lot. There were files going back to before the Cuban missile crisis, and the theoretical part Xavier had possibly played in that event... The details of the event were sketchy at best but Mace couldn't help feeling a bit awed. He would have Cecilio set up a meeting tomorrow, provided they could get in touch with the man.
Yesterday had not gone as well as he had hoped, hazard of being an optimist. Mace really felt like he was fighting an uphill battle with getting the SRA to be accepted. People he had thought would sign hadn't, some hadn't even shown up. He couldn't fault them for sticking to their beliefs, but he would have liked the chance to talk to them about it. Pushing himself out of he seat, Mace walked over to the mini fridge for a bottle of water. He really needed a win...Phil Coulson
Jul 17 2017, 01:15 PM
It had been two weeks since the Superpowered Registration Act had been signed into law. One week since a copy had been sent to Stark Tower, the unofficial headquarters of the Avengers, along with a polite invitation to contact his office if they had any questions. It had gone on to say that knowing how busy the hero’s schedules must be, Mace had set aside the entire day for them to come in and register. He would be honored to handle it personally.
Here it was 10:30 am, and Mace stared out the plate window of his office. He hadn’t expected them to be beating down his door first thing, but surely at least one of them was an early riser. He hoped this wasn’t an indication that they weren’t going to support the SRA. As the most well known set of powered individuals, and well liked, having them sign would go a long way to easing the growing public unrest. There were plenty of things Mace could use as an example for why the SRA is necessary, but none of them were positive reinforcement. He wanted to take the focus off the fear of powered individuals and place it where is belonged. On the good that can be achieved by them, on the heros.
If he was being completely honest, one of the reasons he had set things up as he had was the chance to meet them. One thing he had learned from the training he had been put through in the Patriot program, and the few missions he had been on after, was that being a ‘hero’ was not even remotely easy. They had had his respect before that, now they had his admiration. Mace made a mental note to curb his enthusiasm, it wouldn’t do for a Deputy Director of AEGIS to come off as a fanboy.