Patient Intervention Thread - Phillip

#30

Philip:

#231187661T

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#31

But he does seem to let his wife make the decisions.

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#32

Is it odd he specifically mentions he left two days before Martin Luther King Day?

Edit: Jan 13th seems to be unremarkable.

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#33

Numbers probably mean something…

#34

We need to figure out the activation code to move to the next step.

#35

I’m not able to connect on my phone. But, I can on my desktop.
Here are a couple screen shots for those that are on different platforms and can’t participate:

Main Screen:

Meet Phillip!!

Hope the photos aren’t too horrible. But- it gives y’all an idea of what’s happening.

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#36

2018/01/13 Got it!

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#37

Emily : Alright, some people can be pretty phased by being put in the spotlight. I suggest we continue like this to judge if he can adapt.
You : I suggest we try to make him comfortable
Emily : Alright. It’s his first time after all.
SIMULATION RESUMED
Emily : Don’t worry, they don’t exist, they are only part of the simulation.
Phillip : The simulation?
Emily : I know you don’t want to be here. You just need to trust me. I’m trying to get you out.
Phillip : I…I don’t understand.
Emily : Just be honest with me when I ask you questions. Deal?
Phillip : Only if you are honest with me, too.
Emily : Do you have questions for me?
Phillip : Are the spectators real?
Emily : As I said, they are virtual. Only to stimulate your mind.
Phillip : Thank you for the clarification. I was definitely worried.
Emily : What were you worried about?
Phillip : I know there are other people here. I can hear some of them.
Emily : What can you hear, exactly?
Phillip : I can’t hear anything clearly. I heard shouting. A child crying.
Phillip : I guess some of them found a way to speak together. I didn’t manage to do that myself though.
Emily : You were nervous about finally meeting them?
Phillip : I think I was just wondering what would be more maddening.
Phillip : Being scrutinized by people I know I’m stuck here with maybe forever.
Phillip : Or simply knowing that I could be forced to become an audience extra in their own interview simulation.
Phillip : Anyway, I’m glad they’re all fake. Ask any question you want.
Emily : Alright, Phillip. Can you tell us a bit about yourself?
Phillip : What do you mean by that? You want to ask simple questions or like…get all personal?
SIMULATION PAUSED
Emily : Where do we begin?
You : Personal questions
SIMULATION RESUMED
Emily : Let’s get personal.
Phillip : Well, my name’s Phil Moretti. Born and raised in New York City. Never left. I don’t know what else you want me to tell about myself. I’m really not interesting at all.
Emily : We’ll get to it, Phil, no worries.
Phillip : I get it.
Emily : Are you married? Do you have children?
Phillip : Two young boys. And a beautiful wife. I knew her since high school.
Phillip : She’s the one that asked me out!
Phillip : Damn, she must be raising hell to get me out of here right now.
SIMULATION PAUSED
Emily : So…married with children.
You : Inquire about his wife
SIMULATION RESUMED
Emily : So she’s still the one making the hard decisions?
Phillip : Yeah, she was always like that. That’s why I loved her.
Emily : Did she have to make some of those tough calls lately?
Phillip : Yeah…
Phillip : Not her best call to this date.
Emily : What happened?
Phillip : I don’t know if I want to talk about it.
SIMULATION PAUSED
Emily : I think we got something.
You : Respect his choice
SIMULATION RESUMED
Emily : Are you sure?
Phillip : Yep, definitely sure.
SIMULATION PAUSED
Emily : Maybe if we press him a bit…
You : Empathise
SIMULATION RESUMED
Emily : I know it’s hard for you to tell me all that but I need you to help me get you out of here.
Phillip : Damn it.
Phillip : …
Phillip : Alright, alright.
Phillip : I had this stupid dream, you know.
Emily : What are you talking about?
Phillip : My father owned a business, my grandfather before that. All self-made men.
Emily : Weren’t interested in taking back the family business?
Phillip : It was a garage. I’m not remotely good with my hands, I found it boring as hell. I wanted to do my own thing.
SIMULATION PAUSED
Emily : This is getting interesting.
You : Agree about the decision
SIMULATION RESUMED
Emily : It’s totally reasonable for people to want to pursue their dreams.
Phillip : Finally someone who gets me.
Phillip : For as long as I remember, I dreamed of opening a restaurant.
Emily : And how did it turn out?
Phillip : It was……fine, I guess, at the start.
Phillip : Lots of customers, I was constantly working.
Phillip : But, I mean…I was starting my own business, I knew it was risky, I knew that the workload would be terrible.
Emily : Was your wife supportive?
Phillip : She said that she trusted me.
Emily : You seem like you had a fine thing going.
Phillip : A fine thing indeed.
Phillip : I put all I had in it.
Phillip : Lost it all.
Emily : I’m terribly sorry.
Phillip : I had it coming, I guess. I jeopardized my family’s well being for this. Serves me right.
SIMULATION PAUSED
Emily : That’s rough. That poor man.
You : Inquire about causes
SIMULATION RESUMED
Emily : How did it come to this?
Phillip : What happened, you mean?
Phillip : I made some bad decisions.
Phillip : I think I wasn’t ready, but it doesn’t matter right now.
Emily : Is it really that simple?
Phillip : Yes, unfortunately.
Phillip : That’s all you’ll get from me for the moment. I need to rest.
Emily : Thank you Phil. We’ll talk more later.
CONNECTION ENDED

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#38

Another thing, #231187661T is fully defragged, Philip is at 0%.

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#39

Well done :smiley:

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#40

my fellow interloper, welcome

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#41

Alright, we figured it out. The code is: 2018/01/13
EDIT: Phil is getting defragged. Prepare for the next node.

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#42

Eun Ha

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#43

Philip Moretti Patient File:

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June 14th-June 19th - Uplink App Update In Progress
#44

Here’s What I Got.
Posted the Same in the Intervention thread.

CONNECTION STARTED
SIMULATION PAUSED
Emily : Loading Interview Simulation. Stay put, I’ll need your help to make some decisions.
Emily : Here’s Phillip. I don’t know much about him.
Emily : Usually, the TV Interview simulation is impressive enough to make even the most secretive person talk, so this could be our entry point.
You : I’m ready
Emily : Regulating lighting…
Emily : Rendering spectators…
Emily : Loading microphones…
SIMULATION RESUMED
Emily : Hi Phillip! I’m Emily! Glad to see you with us tonight.
Phillip : Wow. T…There are really a whole lot of people in here, aren’t there?
Emily : Take a seat, please! Relax, and enjoy yourself.
Phillip : Those people, who are they? Where are we?
SIMULATION PAUSED
Emily : Alright, some people can be pretty phased by being put in the spotlight. I suggest we continue like this to judge if he can adapt.
You : I suggest we try to make him comfortable
Emily : Alright. It’s his first time after all.
SIMULATION RESUMED
Emily : Don’t worry, they don’t exist, they are only part of the simulation.
Phillip : The simulation?
Emily : I know you don’t want to be here. You just need to trust me. I’m trying to get you out.
Phillip : I…I don’t understand.
Emily : Just be honest with me when I ask you questions. Deal?
Phillip : Only if you are honest with me, too.
Emily : Do you have questions for me?
Phillip : Are the spectators real?
Emily : As I said, they are virtual. Only to stimulate your mind.
Phillip : Thank you for the clarification. I was definitely worried.
Emily : What were you worried about?
Phillip : I know there are other people here. I can hear some of them.
Emily : What can you hear, exactly?
Phillip : I can’t hear anything clearly. I heard shouting. A child crying.
Phillip : I can’t hear anything clearly. I heard shouting. A child crying.
Phillip : I guess some of them found a way to speak together. I didn’t manage to do that myself though.
Emily : You were nervous about finally meeting them?
Phillip : I think I was just wondering what would be more maddening.
Phillip : Being scrutinized by people I know I’m stuck here with maybe forever.
Phillip : Or simply knowing that I could be forced to become an audience extra in their own interview simulation.
Phillip : Anyway, I’m glad they’re all fake. Ask any question you want.
Emily : Alright, Phillip. Can you tell us a bit about yourself?
Phillip : What do you mean by that? You want to ask simple questions or like…get all personal?
SIMULATION PAUSED
Emily : Where do we begin?
You : Simple questions
SIMULATION RESUMED
Emily : Simple questions first.
Emily : Ok, so, Phillip. What do you do for work?
Phillip : Nothing really special. I work as a mechanic at the family garage.
Emily : Is it fun? Do you like it?
Phillip : Well it’s not how I envisioned my life, to be honest.
SIMULATION PAUSED
Emily : He seems to have a lot on his shoulders.
You : Ask about aspirations
SIMULATION RESUMED
Emily :What’s holding you back from being who you want to be?
Phillip : This is getting pretty personal, don’t you think?
Emily : So let’s get personal.
Phillip : Well, my name’s Phil Moretti. Born and raised in New York City. Never left. I don’t know what else you want me to tell about myself. I’m really not interesting at all.
Emily : We’ll get to it, Phil, no worries.
Phillip : I get it.
Emily : Are you married? Do you have children?
Phillip : Two young boys. And a beautiful wife. I knew her since high school.
Phillip : She’s the one that asked me out!
Phillip : Damn, she must be raising hell to get me out of here right now.
SIMULATION PAUSED
Emily : So…married with children.
You : Ask if he misses his family
SIMULATION RESUMED
Emily : Do you miss your wife and kids?
Phillip : Obviously, I miss them terribly. What kind of question is that?
SIMULATION PAUSED
Emily : Woah woah, rewind.
You : Excuse yourself
SIMULATION RESUMED
Emily : I’m sorry. I didn’t mean it that way.
Phillip : I miss them terribly. I’m just scared I’ll never see them again. I would never forgive myself.
Emily : Did something happen?
Phillip : I don’t know if I want to talk about it.
Emily : Help me get you out of here.
Phillip : Alright, alright.
Phillip : I had this stupid dream, you know.
Emily : What are you talking about?
Phillip : My father owned a business, my grandfather before that. All self-made man.
Emily : Weren’t interested into taking back the family business?
Phillip : It was a garage. I’m not remotely good with my hands, I found it boring as hell. I wanted to do my own thing.
SIMULATION PAUSED
Emily : This is getting interesting.
You : Agree about the decision
SIMULATION RESUMED
Emily : It’s totally reasonable for people to want to pursue their dreams.
Phillip : Finally someone who gets me.
Phillip : For as long as I remember, I dreamed of opening a restaurant.
Emily : And how did it turn out?
Phillip : It was……fine, I guess, at the start.
Phillip : Lots of customers, I was constantly working.
Phillip : But, I mean…I was starting my own business, I knew it was risky, I knew that the workload would be terrible.
Emily : Was your wife supportive?
Phillip : She said that she trusted me.
Emily : You seem like you had a fine thing going.
Phillip : A fine thing indeed.
Phillip : I put all I had in it.
Phillip : Lost it all.
Emily : I’m terribly sorry.
Phillip : I had it coming, I guess. I jeopardized my family’s well being for this. Serves me right.
SIMULATION PAUSED
Emily : That’s rough. That poor man.
You : Ask about aftermath
SIMULATION RESUMED
Emily : So, what did you do? After all that, I mean.
Phillip : I went to work at my father’s garage.
Emily : Was it sustainable?
Phillip : I owed a lot of money to a lot of people.
Phillip : Martha stayed by my side the entire time, I couldn’t believe my luck.
Emily : She still trusted you?
Phillip : She trusted me to get our family back on track.
Phillip : I didn’t want to disappoint her ever again so I was ready to do whatever it took.
Emily : So you found a solution together?
Phillip : A solution, eh.
Phillip : We needed money.
SIMULATION PAUSED
Emily : We’re getting closer.
You : Stay silent
SIMULATION RESUMED
Emily : …
Phillip : …
Phillip : She was the one that persuaded me to register as a goddamn guinea pig and got me stuck in this shithole.
Phillip : We…we saw an ad and…
Phillip : We left for Sacramento five months ago. Two days before Martin Luther King Day.
Phillip : That’s the last time I saw my children.
Emily : Thank you, Phil. Take some time for yourself. We’ll talk again later.
Phillip : I don’t know if I’ll be able to do this again.
CONNECTION ENDED

#46

How did you get a hold of this one?? @Polyphemus

#47

Patient File at the top of the profile popup for a dreamer.

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#48

Okay here’s some more about his wife, bankruptcy, losing his job.

Connected to : SER-4789-1254
Uplink Dashboard
Connection started
Simulation Paused
Emily :
Loading Interview Simulation. Stay put, I’ll need your help to make some decisions.
Emily :
Here’s Phillip. I don’t know much about him.
Emily :
Usually, the TV Interview simulation is impressive enough to make even the most secretive person talk, so this could be our entry point.
You :
I’m ready
Emily :
Regulating lighting…
Emily :
Rendering spectators…
Emily :
Loading microphones…
Simulation Resumed
Emily :
Hi Phillip! I’m Emily! Glad to see you with us tonight.
Phillip :
Wow. T…There are really a whole lot of people in here, aren’t there?
Emily :
Take a seat, please! Relax, and enjoy yourself.
Phillip :
Those people, who are they? Where are we?
Simulation Paused
Emily :
Alright, some people can be pretty phased by being put in the spotlight. I suggest we continue like this to judge if he can adapt.
You :
I suggest we try to make him comfortable
Emily :
Alright. It’s his first time after all.
Simulation Resumed
Emily :
Don’t worry, they don’t exist, they are only part of the simulation.
Phillip :
The simulation?
Emily :
I know you don’t want to be here. You just need to trust me. I’m trying to get you out.
Phillip :
I…I don’t understand.
Emily :
Just be honest with me when I ask you questions. Deal?
Phillip :
Only if you are honest with me, too.
Emily :
Do you have questions for me?
Phillip :
Are the spectators real?
Emily :
As I said, they are virtual. Only to stimulate your mind.
Phillip :
Thank you for the clarification. I was definitely worried.
Emily :
What were you worried about?
Phillip :
I know there are other people here. I can hear some of them.
Emily :
What can you hear, exactly?
Phillip :
I can’t hear anything clearly. I heard shouting. A child crying.
Phillip :
I guess some of them found a way to speak together. I didn’t manage to do that myself though.
Emily :
You were nervous about finally meeting them?
Phillip :
I think I was just wondering what would be more maddening.
Phillip :
Being scrutinized by people I know I’m stuck here with maybe forever.
Phillip :
Or simply knowing that I could be forced to become an audience extra in their own interview simulation.
Phillip :
Anyway, I’m glad they’re all fake. Ask any question you want.
Emily :
Alright, Phillip. Can you tell us a bit about yourself?
Phillip :
What do you mean by that? You want to ask simple questions or like…get all personal?
Simulation Paused
Emily :
Where do we begin?
You :
Personal questions
Simulation Resumed
Emily :
Let’s get personal.
Phillip :
Well, my name’s Phil Moretti. Born and raised in New York City. Never left. I don’t know what else you want me to tell about myself. I’m really not interesting at all.
Emily :
We’ll get to it, Phil, no worries.
Phillip :
I get it.
Emily :
Are you married? Do you have children?
Phillip :
Two young boys. And a beautiful wife. I knew her since high school.
Phillip :
She’s the one that asked me out!
Phillip :
Damn, she must be raising hell to get me out of here right now.
Simulation Paused
Emily :
So…married with children.
You :
Inquire about his wife
Simulation Resumed
Emily :
So she’s still the one making the hard decisions?
Phillip :
Yeah, she was always like that. That’s why I loved her.
Emily :
Did she have to make some of those tough calls lately?
Phillip :
Yeah…
Phillip :
Not her best call to this date.
Emily :
What happened?
Phillip :
I don’t know if I want to talk about it.
Simulation Paused
Emily :
I think we got something.
You :
Empathise
Simulation Resumed
Emily :
I know it’s hard for you to tell me all that but I need you to help me get you out of here.
Phillip :
Damn it.
Phillip :

Phillip :
Alright, alright.
Phillip :
I had this stupid dream, you know.
Emily :
What are you talking about?
Phillip :
My father owned a business, my grandfather before that. All self-made men.
Emily :
Weren’t interested in taking back the family business?
Phillip :
It was a garage. I’m not remotely good with my hands, I found it boring as hell. I wanted to do my own thing.
Simulation Paused
Emily :
This is getting interesting.
You :
Argue about the risks
Simulation Resumed
Emily :
I guess you liked taking risks.
Phillip :
I mean… you can’t really be successful without taking risks. It’s all part of the game.
Emily :
I see.
Phillip :
I…I didn’t want it to end like this.
Phillip :
I only wanted to open a restaurant.
Phillip :
Money suckers, those things.
Emily :
Did your wife take it well?
Phillip :
Martha….she wanted what’s best for the kids.
Emily :
You made the decision alone?
Phillip :
She told me she trusted me.
Emily :
Was she right?
Phillip :
I opened the restaurant. Put all I had in it.
Phillip :
Lost it all.
Emily :
And what happened next?
Phillip :
A bankruptcy isn’t enough for you?
Emily :
Is that all there is to the story?
Phillip :
Yeah. That’s all I have to say on the matter. And that’s the second time you’ve pushed me to say things that I don’t want to discuss.
Emily :
Let’s stop this for a moment. We’ll talk later.
Connection ended

I’LL TRY TO EDIT THIS TO THE MOST RELEVANT PROFILE OF PHILLIP.
We’ll need to combine all the profile info of each dreamer simply.

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#49

How are you guys getting this interview and that picture of Phillip? If I may ask? I’m new here so I’m tryjng to catch up

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#50

@Nova

http://uplink.satcom-70.com/dashboard/