Haiti... Ullman had many passports and several nations paid well for his services. This was his first mission to Haiti. "Good evening, Herr Ullman," Chairman Jzerczy spoke. "Let me introduce you to my comrades." Ullman raised his vodka to toast the project, thinking how much he preferred rum to this tasteless northern drink. "To our mission... perhaps we should give it a voodoo code name. What about Agoue-Taroyo?" The chairman paused. "I don't believe in voodoo. We'll call it 'Jules Verne.'" Ullman Had an uneasy feeling about offending the local underwater god, but he was not here to cause trouble.
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