"That's good to know." Laura adds tapping the steering wheel softly. "Your hexing gremlins break the newer appliances, but older ones can still work."
"Could you sabotage it an old fashioned way? Or since it isn't digital any 'material' can be obtained during transit." she wonders. "That is if we want it...hang on is that part of the terms of the meeting?"
|Kenneth Evander Finley|
Kenneth exclaims mock-defensively"Oi! 'Twas just one iPad, and I dinnae mean it! The blasted green pigs kept laughing at me!".
He smiles, "Tae be fair, unless I'm right cross or trying tae wreck things, I'm relatively safe 'round technology... My gifts come from a goddess who is the patron ay smiths and craftsmen, after all."
He then pauses, "Aye, film isnae terribly durable... I imagine I could burn or melt it fairly easily.. Mayhap e'en whilst it's still in the canister or camera... So long as it's blackmail or historical record... I'd have a harder time ruining the work ay an artistic photographer."
He shrugs, "A'course, that's assuming that the cameras arenae remote eyes and triggering something more sinister. I do ken the cameras would hae been extremely hard tae hex."
"You would know, Sir Hex a Lot." Danny jibes, then ducks below the level of the seat for safety as Ken and Laura exchange witty banter without him. Once he deems it safe to resurface, he does so, pretending like nothing happened.
"Ok, it's not modern electronics, so it's not live monitoring. So your probably right, records for some reason. I can tell you it's PROBABLY not the Fae. Way to crude for their tastes. Same with the white court. They both love the overly complicated, multi-level, unnecessarily convoluted type of blackmail plans. Taking pictures is just so,... passe. Although I'm sure they wouldn't avoid it if it led to a more complicated web of interwoven idiocy. Blackmailing a blackmailer is more their type of shtick."