Thursday, February 7, 2013

High School 1958 vs 2012: The Adventures of Pedro

As talked about in this post, I am going to write my own versions of that idiotic "High School 1958 vs 2008/2009/2010/2011/2012" thing that has been plaguing the internet. Please enjoy my interpretation of Scenario 6...



Pedro fails high school English.

1958: This is the fourth class Pedro has failed and his parents are fed up. Feeling that tough love is the only solution, they send him to a military academy. At the academy, Pedro feels stifled by the rigid structure and oppressive discipline, but his instructors notice he has a natural talent in strategic planning and resource gathering. With help from his adviser, they encourage his talents into nontraditional areas of study. Pedro is accepted into an extended studies program and graduates with high honors. He's immediately hired by the military for covert operations and becomes one of the top agents for the government. His work during the Cold War is legendary and he retires quietly to a small villa. But things aren't always peaceful...

1998: Called back into active duty, Pedro once again puts his skills to use in the field of covert ops. He's credited for bringing down multiple terrorist cells and uncovering assassination conspiracies all over the globe. His enemies are furious that Pedro has escaped their grasp time and time again. They hatch a plan to stop Pedro once and for all; to turn his own government against him so he will not be able to meddle in their affairs anymore...

2012: Sent to prison for a crime he didn't commit, Pedro escaped from a maximum security stockade to the Los Angeles underground. Today, still wanted by the government, Pedro is a young loner on a crusade, a detective who doesn't exist, using commonplace items to build useful devices for his arsenal, to champion the cause of the innocent, to put right what once went wrong, to boldly go where no one has gone before, and he's walking on air, believe it or not. In a world of criminals who operate above the law, if you have a problem, maybe you can hire...Pedro.

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