Meet Jim Haskin. He's forty years old. He's worth around thirty-five million. He runs his own San Francisco ad firm, American Weather. AmWe's image is green and forward-looking: if your product is upcycled, or hydro or vegan, they'll make you an ad. However, behind the scenes, Jim supports the old captains of American industry: bleach, beer, guns. One day Jim is asked to come up with something extra-special. The scheme he devises brings together a Death Row inmate, pay-per-view television, and most of America's largest corporations. Everything is set for it to be his greatest achievement yet.a house on Lake Tahoea#39;s South Side. In the early ... He placed the bombs around the base of the house, twining a fuse that led back to his boat, and when nearly asea lit the single thick cord and threw it to shore, and began paddling. Only one anbsp;...
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