Agent Name: Mother Nature
Location: Staten Island (a borough of New York City), New York, USA
Snack supplies for stakeout: Popcorn
Music choice to pass the time: Elvis' "Surrender to me," Michael Jackson's "I'm Bad!"
Country description: The stereotype is that New Yorkers are mean to everyone. Not so. New Yorkers are only mean to other New Yorkers; they will do anything for a tourist. Another stereotype is that all Americans are fat, selfish and arrogant. Not so. Not all Americans are fat.
Recreation plans: I have to study for finals...
Surveillance notes: It is a bright sun-shiny day. We are on a stake out in Central Park. We are at the "Alice In Wonderland" bronze sculpture. There are children of all ages climbing on it rather peacefully. (The statue has an odd effect on the children that makes them take turns, and prevents them from pushing or arguing.) A rather cute squirrel cautiously walks up to me and I throw it some popcorn. I am instantly surrounded by a flock of pigeons. There is a struggle. I notice my fellow agent from Interpoultry is one of my attackers. I am able to escape with minor injuries, and a quarter of a bag of popcorn. Afterwards my partner says, "Can you believe the nerve of them?" We decide to change location, and enter the Central Park Zoo. There are sea lions sunbathing in clear view. We meet up with Napoleon in the marine bird building, and receive intelligence that CRUST is planning to take over the city of New York, and demand a ransom that they will use to pay for the construction of a rocket capable of colonizing the moon. We are told to intercept at Trump Tower where the head of CRUST has bought up the majority of shares, and has taken over the corporation. Our new mission is to kidnap the CRUST boss, and hold him for the safety of the city. We leave.
Home life after work: Xena - named after Xena warrior Princess - is my adopted canine family member. We share a room, and a bed (which she enjoys kicking me off of). She is always sleeping or asking for food. My room is piled high with clothes. (You can rarely see the floor.) I do not have cable, and receive an average of 5 channel on television (the channels I can view change during the different seasons.) I have a small 12" TV in my room.
Non-FFFBI career choice: Field Research Biologist
Additional information: I love nature and hate landscapers - always putting down pesticide or decapitating trees. Pet Peeves - Smokers; People who litter; Guys who take up 3 seats on the subway because they want to spread their legs; People who kill plants for selfish reasons like "It doesn't look nice" or "Now I can put down a cement patio."