I drove by the bank to hit the ATM
and when I parked, I noticed something very strange.
In the next row of parking were three vans, two SUV
s, a BMW and a utility
trailer. In and of itself, that's not so strange. Strange was the fact
they were all jet black.
Stranger, the licence plates were all
from Virginia and scariest of all—the license plates were
They all started with SCSI
and ended with a four
Six vehicles, across class, identical. Jet black. Sequential license
plates from Virginia.
I quickly scanned the skies for any black helicopters, and not seeing any,
made my way towards the ATM, where I saw yet another black BMW, Virginia license
plates, in sequence with the others. I also saw a black Saturn, again from
Totally spooked, I quickly made my withdrawl and headed back towards my car.
It was then I noticed yet another oddity …
Most of the cars in the parking lot were from Virginia.
Now granted, Florida is a well known tourist destination spot for people
from around the United States—heck, I've seen the license plates from
every state except Hawaii. But never, in my twenty-two years down here have
I seen a parking lot filled with cars from the same state!
Well, a state other than Florida that is.
I got in my car, and peeled out of the parking lot. On the other side of
the utility trailer, I saw a name: Specialty Computers And Systems, Inc.
Cabling? Tech Support?
Yea. Right. I believe you.
This might be bigger than the whole white vans conspiracy …
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