Super Detective – Chapter 3: The Hard Way

Trivia #3 AI is restricted by an M-Chip. The M stands for ‘moral’.

N.E.T. Article #3 The Mystery of Colleague Nr. 3

Miles Miller started to work for the Hillsight View Ageny in 2044. And worked there for two years. He had a pretty good time and enjoyed his job a lot. Except someone he only dubbed ‘Colleague Number 3’. He knew her name. But it got lost in time. The chemistry was – as he found – weird. She rarely greeted, rarely said hello, and was most of the time locked in her office room. It was peculiar. For sure.

But it all had a reason. The mysterious colleague had a shy nature. She had a pretty drill-like father that treated her terribly. Due to this, she developed a distressed personality that stopped her from being more social and active. But the Agency like her this way. Because she focuses on the cases even greater than the other employees. But it isn’t all doom and gloom.

The boss offers therapy and other measures in order to help, only, to get rejected. It seems she is happy, and she actually is. Even no one calls her by her name, but rather say things like ‘she’, the ‘locked lady’ or ‘colleague three’, (which by the way don’t hurt her), she has a standout position as effective and efficient. Only due to her nature, the agency is able to find people who commit tax fraud.

But Miles isn’t all happy-go-lucky with her. His open-minded and general open attitude often clashes with her reclusiveness. He finds her a mystery. He asked around. Asked the boss, colleagues, Cross; no one could answer him. Miles finds her in the wrong spot and distracting from the actual work. (Which no one agrees over.) Even asking her directly did not help.

The employee is good at her job. She is shy, reclusive and doesn’t talk very loud. No one minds though. She helps and supports, strengthens and boosts. Yes, shy people are sometimes peculiar. Yes, some people prefer to not talk to much. But these people chooseto be like this. Maybe they don’t like the attention, or don’t like unnecessary tension. Anyway. She remains … a mystery. 

Published by N. Burg

N. Burg is a writer. He discovered his passion for writing at the age of 17. Since then he wrote a vast body of work. He also likes reading, cats, the manga One Piece, and thinking.

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