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Posted on Tue Jan 11, 2011 07:41:11
The rain fell steadily all through the night, and by morning, the ground was wet, and humidity was in the air. Fujiko was not quite up with the sun, but when she awoke, she hastened out the window and back toward the Beggar's Corner because mornings were usually a good time to catch people, on their way to work they often seemed more generous.

There was a time when Fujiko never missed breakfast. Since she had become a regular at the Beggar's Corner, however, she rarely had breakfast. Sho occasionally had breakfast late at night, when she would stay in a 24-hour restaurant as long as she could, drinking free coffee refills for want of anywhere better to stay. She hadn't done that for quite some time.


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Posted on Tue Jan 11, 2011 12:03:29
DelGirl followed after Fujiko with her possessions in tow and managed to catch up with her at Beggars Corner. Out of breath Del took a swig of water from the bottle she had saved the previous day and sat down on her cushion. Preparing her guitar for a long day of strumming, DelGirl watched Fujiko draw the punters in with the songs del had heard the night before. Not many people were out today as the rain had cast a dark shadow over Torn and the roads were filled with rubbish that the bin collectors had failed to collect early that morning and the stench was filling the air.
Pulling out a packet of extra stong mints she had found the week before, she offered one to Fujiko and pulled out her guitar.
"Right, let's get this show on the road!"


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Posted on Wed Jan 12, 2011 04:17:37
Fujiko popped the mint into her mouth, still thinking about her dream from the night before. There was something she could do better than what she was doing, but what was it? Tried as she might, she couldn't remember the song. It bothered her, but there was nothing she could do.

So instead of letting it get her down, she smiled at DelGirl, and began to play. Rain could be good, and rain could be bad. Sometimes people were more generous, and other times they walked right past you. No matter what happened, Fujiko always tried her best. Sometimes, that's all you can do.




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Posted on Wed Jan 12, 2011 06:43:22
Hi i am Rumblefish
I use to be wealthy to many but now with inflation in our city. I am back to busking for money . spank my monkey helps lots. with my new old busking career. if any one can help i am grateful the cups empty now but its on the floor. i hope for it to be full soon but someone keeps dipping into my cup thats why its empty all the time and i have my wife and my Toxic Children to feed. Spank my monkey gets tied and wont last the hole show any more. I am in desperate need of aid or my children will die out and i will have nothing to eat.

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Posted on Wed Jan 12, 2011 08:18:38
Many people stopped to listen to DelGirl and Fujiko as they went about their normal lives, their songlist varied with both of them doing duets and solos, from country songs to indie classics and No1 hits to obscure album tracks. DelGirl decided to be tongue in cheek and started singing songs about the weather, "Rain On My Parade", "Why Does It Always Rain On Me" and "Under The Weather" amongst others which seemed to raise a smile on Fujiko.
In the middle of the afternoon they spotted another busker RUMBLEFISH and offered him a glass of water. When you're out on the streets, the smallest hint of generosity is enough to help you make it through the day.

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Posted on Wed Jan 12, 2011 08:36:50
cheers and thanks for the water. busking is hard work. you can have some of my KFS it fresh. KFS= Killed fresh seagull its hobo chicken classics. also join me under my plastic tarp there is room for all 3 of us under here and get out of the rain.

i have a song to add to hobo classics music.

my box is soggy but you can come in,, its an oldie from Toronto.
and Thats not a bull frog in my back pocket i farted.

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Posted on Wed Jan 12, 2011 16:33:23
Fujiko had to decline the KFS, but she enjoyed the laugh, stopping short of trying to play "Singing in the Rain on an acoustic guitar. Nobody was particularly generous this morning, but the more who joined in, the more fun it was. It was grand that she seemed to end up with enough, and in the end that was all that mattered.

When lunch hour came around, Fujiko suggested they go to the all-you-can-eat cafateria, for which they should have just enough for the three of them. Fujiko was an expert at wrapping up pieces of fried chicken and hiding them for later. After they replace the tray twice, nobody is any the wiser.


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Posted on Wed Jan 12, 2011 19:30:46
:) yumm a real meal to eat thanks for din din last night the KFS want that fresh to be honest. So its my morning so i am going to hop into the fountain on Beggar corner and take a soak and wash the grubbiness away and read the news paper.
Then i will try to mug a old lady and go for a run i have to stay in shape them old ladies put up a good fight. After i get my run i will make a stop and get us some hot chocolate. Seeing that i am in the area cause old ladies hit hard and i am in the hospital. Killing 2 birds with one stone i guess i am here so.
ummm the birds bit made me hungry so i will snack on the KFS and my offer for breakfast is open.

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Posted on Wed Jan 12, 2011 20:53:00
Fujiko had to decline, but hot cocoa did sound like just the thing. She and Del stayed behind and continued playing for the passers-by, collecting what money they could.

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Posted on Wed Jan 12, 2011 21:25:54
:) one of my Children Oboro_Muramasa: came up to me with hand drawn flyer to hand out and help the circus of buskers.


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Posted on Thu Jan 13, 2011 02:31:24
(You may post it here, along with the fact you are handing it out)

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Posted on Thu Jan 13, 2011 09:40:26
As DelGirl and Fujiko sung their throats hoarse and as night began to fall again Del wandered off after grabbing a few dollars that they had managed to earn that day. Fujiko watched Del walk off with a confused expression on her face as this was most strange for she usually told Fujiko where she was going.

Things became clear 10 minutes later when Del returned with a grin on her face,
"Here you go Fujiko"
Fujiko looked down and saw a big steaming cup of hot cocoa.
"I went to the local cafe and after the day we had I thought we deserved a special treat. I mean, we can at least have a few moments of pleasure can't we? I have one for RUMBLEFISH too afters he's finished handing out his flyers"

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Posted on Thu Jan 13, 2011 21:40:57
Fujiko accepts the hot cocoa, taking a sip, before remembering to thank DelGirl, not because she wanted to be rude, but because she wanted to soother her throat a bit before saying anything. For someone whose livelihood depends partly on her voice, keeping it healthy is the most important thing. If she can't sing, she can still play, but not sing or remind people to contribute, which would translate to loss of income and an overall worse time of things.

Fujiko led DelGirl to a spot out of sight to the passers-by before unwraping a piece of fried chicken from earlier and making a meal of it, along with a baked potato which was still wrapped in foil.

"It's best not to let them see you eat or drink," she explained.

"As far as they know we are starving to death, and desperately need money in order to survive. In actuality, We could probably live a week or two without a single drop in the hat, but.."

*Fujiko shudders just thinking of having to go back to that.*

After shaking it off, Fujiko continues, "Well, enough about that. Let's just hope I never have to show you the bins behind McDonald's."





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Posted on Thu Jan 13, 2011 22:50:51
Being Hungry most day i learned that my toxic children are a wonderful source of food. i will pick out a little one and have us a BBQ. if the money dosnt start to come in soon i will be out of children.

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Posted on Fri Jan 14, 2011 04:54:45
RUMBLEFISH! There you are! DelGirl brought you a nice cup of cocoa.!

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Posted on Mon Jan 17, 2011 07:27:58
thanks i have marsh mellows. the sugar energy is awesome.take a few.

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Posted on Mon Jan 17, 2011 17:17:18
"Thanks a bunch! Lovely day, isn't it? Much better than the rain!" Fujiko says, before going back to her usual begging.

"Spare some change for a travelling musician, friends?"


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Posted on Tue Jan 18, 2011 22:57:55
Chomping on a marshmallow, DelGirl took a few moments to savour the taste. It had been a long while since she had had some, in fac,t she remembered the exact day. It was her 10th birthday and her father had decided to camp in the garden for the night. He had bought a big bag of marshmallows and enough fire lighters to last a lifetime. A smile reached Del's lips when she recalled the look on her Dad's face when he nearly set the old oak tree on fire.....then the look on her Dad's faced morphed into the face he made when he realised that Del had strayed into the life of crime and the happy memories faded.
Picking up her guitar, she started playing some classic songs to pull the punters in. the new stuff wasn't working so thinking back to the songs her father used to play when he drove her to school.
,Clearing her throat she began, 'When the day is dawning, on a Texas Sunday morning....'

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Posted on Wed Jan 19, 2011 16:23:54
Fujiko spends the day playing her guitar and begging, wondering if she should say anything about what had happened while she was gone for a few days.

Fujiko collects items from around Torn City, and because she is so awesome, she lists them on Torn City's electronic item market for extremely high prices, which people do occasionally pay, usually because they are leaving the city and feel they have no further use for the money. It turned out that someone who wasn't supposed to had accessed other people's money to buy items, which made Fujiko a multi-billionaire for a day or two. Without thinking, Fujiko spent about $3,000,000,000 of the money, and when she realised that the transactions may not be legitimate, she covered it by placing a bet with the bookie.

However, the authorities not only took the money from the items, they also welched on the bet and discredited her winnings, leaving her $2,350,000,000 in debt (she had won about $2,700,000,000). She wondered if she should simply accept the loss, or try to have it reviewed. She knew the authorities would have gladly left her with $5,000,000,000 debt had she lost the bet, and since she duly listed the items in the market, paying all applicable listing fees, and gave proper consideration (legal term, ask an attorney or barister), what right did they have to take it? She had called that game fair and square.

Moreover, the authorities basically monitor themselves. There was no telling what became of the money. Fujiko would not have been a bit surprised if they had kept it themselves. making them even less cool than Fujiko herself. Perhaps profiteering is uncool, but not nearly as uncool as welching on a bet.


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Posted on Wed Jan 19, 2011 19:05:50
Del could sense something wrong in Fujiko's manner....
She had woken one day in the abandoned warehouse and found Fujiko gone. At first Del thought that she'd went to make an early start in Beggar's corner but when she got there, only the tin foil from the chicken they had for lunch a few days prior remained.
At first DelGirl was extremely upset, she'd thought that she'd finally found a friend and now it seemed like she had been abandoned but then again this wasn't the first time someone had left her behind.
After many hours, DelGirl made her way back to the warehouse and saw Fujiko's guitar, Del ran into the bathroom and saw Fujiko washing her hair in the sink. Without thinking, Del hugged Fujiko which made the water spalsh everywhere.
"Hey Del, I can't breathe!"
"Sorry, sorry. I thought you'd ran off and left me behind. What's the story?"

.....Fujiko told her story and Del listened in horror which turned into anger and astonishment.

"I'm so sorry to hear that Fujiko, hang on a minute.....you had billions and yet you didn''t come find me?"

:(

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Posted on Wed Jan 19, 2011 23:41:04
"Yes, well, it turned out the money for the items that I sold for billions in the public market didn't come from the people it said. I used some of them to place a rather large bet, but when it came time to refund for the items, they also took the money from my winnings, which left me in the red.

I've been away, because I had to contact the person who's credentials had been used to buy the items, the money I had used to place the bet. I was fortunate to have received a favourable response, and so forwarded it to -Clansdancer who reviews such actions, and asked that any monies discredited from me above the reverse transactions be refunded.

She is busy, so it may take a few days. However, it turns out that begging may not be the best way to make money in this city. I was reduced to begging initially by having bet it all on Chelsea. Now I might get out of it by having bet a large lump of someone else's money on American football. Funny how things work out. Come to think of it, the bookie still has $50,000,000 of mine for Chelsea to win the FA cup. Somehow, I doubt I'll ever see it again... Not that it matters, I suppose."

Fujiko strums her guitar, thinking about her 2.35 billion money debt, and how she might be back in the black after the review.

"I hope they will refund me. Maybe I'll give you a few million to lose on football bets if I can somehow clear my sizable debt. Then again, maybe I will bet it all on something else, and end up right back here, strumming my guitar, asking for spare change.", Fujiko went on, strumming her guitar, asking for spare change.


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Posted on Thu Jan 20, 2011 07:39:39
its a sad sad story, im poor

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Posted on Thu Jan 20, 2011 08:25:52
DelGirl considered what Fujiko had told her...."Chelsea to win the cup? Possible, although ever since I was a little girl I've dreamed of West Ham winning the cup. We haven't done so in 31 years, came so close 6 years ago until Steven Gerrard equalised in the final minutes for Liverpool. I remember watching the game with my family, I cried like a baby when we lost on penalties.

I hope you get your money back, with you gone I haven't been able to get as much money begging. It seems people prefer a group of musicians, I've been living off bread and orange juice from the Dancing Bear for the past few days. I found 900k in the gutter yesterday and bet it all on Milan, lost everything I had. Oh well, we've still got each other havent me Fujiko?"

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Posted on Fri Jan 21, 2011 07:29:40
*Fujiko smiles at her friend*

"Of course we have."

Fujiko recounts the tale of when she was gone. She was picked up overseas, having saved up $500, and gone on safari after selling her items, so that her financial transactions would be frozen until the hacker could return her to Torn City for her fingerprint ID on sending her assets away, so deep ran her paranoia. Fujiko had been an avid hunter, and was closing on becoming one of the best hunters from Torn City, with her hunting skill rated at over 99.5%.

A faceless Torn City employee had arrested her while she was sleeping, having done a bit of hunting. She, of course, had told them that she had done nothing wrong. It was not illegal to sell items, and surely not her fault that someone else was perpetrating identity theft.

When Fujiko realised that the transactions may need to be reversed, she had already spent about $3,000,000,000, so she did the only sensible thing, which was to make sure she had the funds available to offer a refund as soon as the items are returned. This is standard practice in the world of shopkeepers, as they do not make refunds without return of their merchandise.

She used her superior knowledge of applied sports statistics to place a bet with the bookie before heading out on safari. She had bet $5,000,000,000, and won about $2.7 billion. This would have covered the amount she had spent, along with the $450,000,000 which she had stored away in her vault.

However, while she was detained in the Torn City Federal Fetention Center, Torn City Staff (who refused to identify themselves, though in all fairness she did not ask) called her a liar and told her she was "uncool" for "taking advantage of hacked accounts". They had told her that she would need to return her recent purchases in order to "get out of the hole" she was in, and when she got out, they had not only deducted from her the amount of the items taken (10 items, 9 at $999,999,999 and one at $850,000,000,000, if memory serves), but they had welched on her bet and taken her rightful winnings as well.

Before requesting a staff review, Fujiko had contacted the person who had bought the 5 items which were used to place the bet, and he seemed not to care that she had placed the bet, and suggested that she proceed with requesting a staff review.

Fujiko was waiting patiently for Torn City administration to verify that the amount taken from her was more than she had received from the item sales. When she first mailed the review request, the first response was along the lines of, "So, you lost the bet?"

Fujiko did not hesitate to send the event proving that she had called the game correctly, and should therefore be entitled to her winnings. Af that point they had said that they would look into it and Fujiko was waiting patiently for a refund, or a response of some kind.

The administrator's name was -Clansdancer, and she seemed nice enough, only very busy. Fujiko hoped that she would not be forgotten in all the chaos, and so, for the time being, she waited patiently at the Beggar's Corner, playing songs which were a bit sadder than normal, asking for handouts, even though just a few days earlier, she had been wealthy. She was unable to place bets now, unable to use the public chat terminals, and unable to hunt because of this. Fujiko was very unhappy, but was being as understanding as possible, as the administrator had to deal with a lot of other things, not the least of which being the prevention of the ifentity thefts, which had caused the unprecedented reversal of item market sales (which heretofore had been final and never reversed).

Hopefully the situation would be rectified in the next couple of days.

Fujiko tried to look on the bright side,

"Not to worry, Delly, if I get my winnings returned, I should have at least $10,000,000 left over for you to gamble away on football!" Fujiko laughed as she said this, and, in fact, hoped that those bets would go better than the Milan game.

Fujiko was starting to suspect staff corruption, and would not be a bit surprised if the person who had jailed her had done so to keep her winnings undetected. After all, if the person who's identity had been stolen didn't care about the bet, or whether she kept the winnings.. why would Torn City Staff?


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Posted on Fri Jan 21, 2011 08:01:44
Del was struck dumb with the figures Fujiko was talking about, the most money she had seen was 300mill.
"Don't mention the 'M' word', she mumbled "I'm never trusting an Italian again! I'll stick to betting against my team West Ham, unfortunately that tactic has won me more than I've lost."
Thinking in her head about what possible songs she could sing, the perfect song popped into her head, with a smile reaching her lips and a twinkle in her eye she started singing Loser by Beck...
"In a town of chimpanzees I was a monkey...

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Posted on Fri Jan 21, 2011 08:38:18
Fujiko laughs and sings along.

Soooooyy on your pantyhooooose... I'm a loser baby, so why don't you kill meeeeee

*whispering* You know, I never really did understand what they were saying...




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Posted on Mon Jan 24, 2011 08:42:17
*whispers back* I don't either, I usually make the words up.

Strumming her guitar through all her favourite Oasis songs and making her voice hoarse to match the Mancunian tones of Liam Gallagher, Del realised that for the first times in weeks, no, months even. She was having the most fun she had had in ages.
Todaaaaaay, was gonna be the day
Now they're gonna throw it back to yoooou


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Posted on Thu Jan 27, 2011 17:30:03
Fujiko has managed to sell enough of her things to bring the epic debt down to $620,000,000. It was still a considerable amount of money, but here at the Beggar's Corner, she had everything she needed. Money really doesn't buy happiness, Fujiko thought to herself as she sang "Wonderwall" along with DelGirl.

No matter how bad things get, they can always get worse. Fortunately, they can also get better. Hopefully things would imporve, and as she sang it no longer seemed to matter. Fujiko had lots of friends, and she would be able to come up with enough money to survive, no matter what happened.

So, when it was time to stop for lunch (about an hour after the pedestrian lunch crowd had died down), Fujiko suggested that they stop at a nearby diner. It was not terribly cold (yet), but cold enough that a nice hot bowl of soup and a toasted sandwich sounded like the perfect thing to keep her going for the remainder of the day, and hopefully they would have enough money at the end of the day to rent a small motel room, as it was supposed to snow that night. If not, there was always the abandoned office, but, since the electricity was shut off, it would be very cold in there. Yet, somehow, she would survive, as she always did, no matter what happened.


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Posted on Thu Jan 27, 2011 23:09:57
Following Fujiko into the diner, Del put her hands in her pockets and pulled out fistfuls of coins that she had either found in the street or had earned from busking. Counting it out on the table she realised that there was enough for at least two nights in a cheap motel, the weather was getting worse and having a room with four walls and a ceiling with a little bit of warmth was worth every cent.

As the waiter came over with their order of homemade chicken soup and toasted sandwiches, Del realised how hungry she was. Wolfing down the sandwich and slurping the soup, she seemed oblivious to Fujiko staring at her with a surprised look in her eyes, as she watched her friend practically inhaling the soup.

'Slow down Del! We'll be in here for a while, it's much warmer here than outside, we may as well make the food last.'

Sheepishly, Del grinned at her friend, 'You're right Fujiko, sorry.......um....you gonna eat that sandwich?'

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Posted on Sun Feb 13, 2011 06:57:59
please no begging in tc.....it is tree hugging hippy lame..... Can I please have a million bucks to start getting money saved up anyone? that would b cool

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