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They know this is a mission to protect us from actual bad people, (vs. boogie men genned up to scare us of each other) any work that pulls the away from actual bad people and onto political opponents, peace activists and journalists is bad for our saftey.
Back in the CID office at Camford Hill, Suzie spoke to a DI Eagles in Stratford and he took almost an hour to get her genned-up about the Snitterfield murder.
But unlike with Eliot - who produces nothing but head-scratching until you've genned up on Virgil - with Moore the clever ideas are an optional extra.
The campaign comprises two spots - 'Guitar' and 'Wrestler' - which show Christmas shoppers, unfamiliar with the gaming world, in Gamestation shops asking genned-up assistants for advice.
While it may have been a sensible move for the most financially astute members to figure out that they could shift their money somewhere even safer, the (probably unforeseen) consequence of their action was to look after themselves, and put others who were less genned up at a disadvantage.