Robert Weekley personally gave the greenlight for the small truck to pass through the south gates. He ran the Agri Industry Corporation, a multi-billion dollar publicly listed company. Normally, he wouldn’t get involved with deliveries, but this shipment was special. The Transbot Corporation had arrived with Remington, their newest version of helper robot. Two uniformed Weekley employees greeted the truck to assist. They carefully moved the contents into a nearby hangar containing other expensive equipment. That evening, Robert introduced Jeff and Sara, his son and granddaughter to their newly adopted family member. With the formalities out of the way, Robert and Remington, had a private conversation as if they were long-time friends. Remington walked out with special instructions as Remington Weekley.
Studying at Clayton University, near the estate, Sara Weekley, an apolitical freshman, was to become a botanist. The entire family hoped she’d join the company’s agricultural research staff. Her interests were in developing natural medicines and crop resistant hybrids. Sara's teachers bored her. Then there was Christian SunGard her English professor. He showed a passion for teaching unmatched by the older tainted professors on staff in his department.
“You’re studying with a SunGard?” her grandfather asked.
“Yes, Grandfather. Who is he?”
“I’ve never met the boy, but I know his father, Sven. He built SunGard Shipping International up from nothing. Sven SunGard and I have done good business together. We have a mutual respect. But, Sven can't say as much for your father. He has openly stated his dislike for Jeff.
Wearing a button-down Oxford shirt, and a tie, Christian began his lecture. “How does one know if ‘I want you, I need you, or even I love you,’ are being translated properly? Reading and writing are still allowed. Thank God!” He was right, Sara thought. It was impossible to know what your lover was thinking with TEBs on. The other students listened and understood the seriousness of the situation. Christian is date worthy, Sara decided.