ooc: miss you guys, I’ll be back from Ohio in a few days and alsdkfj I can’t wait
I think my doctor would know if I had a multiple personality disorder.
Well I’m beginning to second guess my diagnosis miss mean Leah
That would be Aunt Leah. Completely different person.
Is this some clever way of you telling me you have multiple personality disorder?
That’s work Leah. You don’t know her very well, she’s quite mean.
I don’t think I would like that Leah very much, how about I take nice Leah out to lunch.
"While Ms. Parker is very competent at her job, that does not disregard her complete lack of respect for some of the employees of this company, her lackadaisical approach to my personal opinions, and her often crude language."
Oh no, please tell me how you really feel.
Now how come that doesn’t sound like the Leah Parker I know?
Gavin had heard from the Rogues about how people were protesting a post-human hospital. It wasn’t entirely made up of post-humans, but it did care for them like it cared for anyone else. He liked the idea of it, but the fact that people were protesting against taking care of another human being? Honestly, the ignorance of some people. He just had to go check it out himself. See if humanity was as horrible as they had made it seem. Then again with these tattoos, it didn’t put that too far off. As he turned up to the hospital, it turned out people were exactly how he thought they were. There weren’t many people protesting, but there was enough. He didn’t understand why they were taking it out on the workers. He felt the magnet pull in his hands as he took in everything. He could make them go away. Push metal bars against them and make them leave, but that would only do harm. Maybe it’d at least make them protest from further away…
He tensed when he felt a shock run up and down his spine and he clutched at his back. “Ah, what the—” he turned around at the sound of someone apologizing to him. It felt a little too strong to be that shock someone gets when they rub against a carpet or something, but it was still possible that might have been it. He still rubbed at his back, looking at her. She seemed to look like a doctor. “It’s all right,” he said with a pursed smile. Obviously she didn’t mean it and Gavin wasn’t one to get mad at someone for something they didn’t mean to do. At least not with a woman. “I’ll live,” he said chuckling a bit at the end to let her know he was okay. “Do you work here?” He asked looking back at the hospital. He looked back down at the crowd. “Must be rough.”
"Oh my God, are you okay?" Meredith grabbed his shoulder "Your heart" She spat out "You don’t have any heart issues do you?" She asked before she awkwardly released him "Sorry" She said flustered with herself. He looked fine but she wanted to wait a minute. It hadn’t been much electricity but some hearts only needed a little shock to go into A fib. She examined him once more with her eyes, it looked as if his back was still bothering him. Mer bit her lip nervously she wanted to know if he was okay. Electrocution came with a lot of side effects even when it came in small doses. She ran her fingers through her long hair and sighed "Yeah I do" She said attempting a smile. She looked over his shoulder at the crowd she had just emerged from "It’s been tough the past couple of days. Half of the police department is refusing to do anything about it, in fact I’m sure they would join if they had the option" She shook her head "It’s really sad, post humans need treatment. Fair treatment not just second rate hospitals that open because of pity"
Meredith huffed, the entire situation frustrated her “I should be able to work without being harassed…” she mumbled before realizing she had might as well be wearing a giant “I AM A POSTHUMAN” sticker. She wanted to kick something, her day had turned to chaos in a matter of seconds and she couldn’t even muster up the energy to care. “I just wish some one would put a stop to the protesting, you can hear it from almost everywhere in the hospital. Patients are losing rest and the doctors can’t concentrate.” She didn’t know what to do about it, she was a post human they would tear her to pieces.