Soul Man - Blues Brothers
I give the cabbie a friendly nod and hand over his money, and then nearly stumble as I bend my tall-ish frame out of the car. I really, really, need to learn to sleep more before heading out on a mission. The cabbie is gone quickly, and I can't blame him, this isn't exactly the scenic part of Miami, and "tourists" like me aren't supposed to see the sunny city's dirty side. The street is empty except for me, just standing there on the side walk, and I resist the urge to laugh as I realize I must be heading this section off on my own. We have got to find a more members for the organization; I'm getting sick of traveling across the country every other day. The pay off, however, is more than worth it.
I take a deep breath, casting my normal gaze around the street, but spot nothing out of the usual.
"Gonna make this difficult for me, huh? Well, Nikki is sleepy, so let's just get this over with..."
I take one more deep breath, then close my "good" e