So Cass didnt want company. Fine, her loss; Alex didnt really give a shit either way. Some extra hands might have come in handy, but then theyd also probably never shut the fuck up, and that would just get on her nerves even more than what she already had to put up with.
Alex was prepared to leave with Cassandra without a further word, in pursuit of the power plant itself to put her game changing plan in motion, until Cassandra announced her opposition to being in on said plan.
She couldnt stop herself from reacting to the slap in the face that Cassandra had just given. What wasnt worth listening to about her plan? Did she think it was stupid? Did she just not care if she survived or not? Or did she just not give a shit to actually know what she was getting in to?
Christ, just when she was starting to get used to Cassandra, she reminded Alex just how fucking annoying she was.
Sor-ry, then. She scoffed, brushing past Cassandra as she headed to the door. She grabbed her bag up from the floor, slinging it over her shoulder as she avoided looking back at Cassandra. If she didnt want to get involved in her plan, then she didnt need any of her attention, either.
Besides, she had better things to worry about, as she headed out the door, than filling a retard in on her plan. Like making it happen, and then being home by dinner time.
((Alex King continued in Geiger Counter