Patient Intervention Thread - Phillip


#42

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#43

Philip Moretti Patient File:


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.


#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.


#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


#50

@Nova

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


#51

Phillip Facts:

Phil Moretti. Born and raised in New York City. Never left.
Anxious in some settings.
Comfortable in front of people.
Worries about ‘Spectators’ being real.
Informed that ‘spectators’ are only virtual there to stimulate his mind.
When prompted, heard shouting and a child crying in the satellite simulation.
Some spectators found a way to speak together. Not phillip.
Works as a mechanic at the family garage, but is not how he envisioned his life.
Made some bad decisions in life.
Has a lot on his shoulders.

Has two young boys. And a beautiful wife. I knew her since high school. She’s the one that asked me out!
She must be raising hell to get me out of here right now.
Which is why he loved her.
Obviously, I miss them terribly.
Scared he might never see them again for which he would never forgive himself.

My father owned a business, my grandfather before that. All self-made man.
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.
It’s totally reasonable for people to want to pursue their dreams.
For as long as I remember, I dreamed of opening a restaurant.
Knew it was risky. Knew the workload would be terrible.
His wife trusted him at that point. Had a fine thing going together.
She told him she trusted him.
Martha wanted the best for their kids.
I put all he had in to it.
But Lost it all.
Business went bankrupt.
Owed a lot of money to a lot of people.
Martha stayed by his side the entire time.
Believes he jeopardized his family’s well being for the risk.

Wife called Martha.
Didn’t ever want to disappoint her again, so was ready to do whatever it took.
They needed the money.
She was the one that persuaded him to register as a goddamn guinea pig and got him stuck in this sh***ole.
Phillip : We…we saw an ad and…
We left for Sacramento five months ago. Two days before Martin Luther King Day. (3rd Monday of January) ACTIVATION CODE TWO DAYS EARLIER = 2018/01/13
That’s the last time I saw my children.

He loved his wife. (Past tense)
She was the one making decisions.


#52

I’m on the app but when I pick the memory block it redirects me to this page even though I already downloaded it


#53

Yes, the dashboard may re-direct to the uplink app to talk to Emily for interaction with the dreamers. This is expected behaviour. I am not familiar with mobile, but I assume you will just have to add to the home screen to make it work.


#54

I did and it works well for the most part but like the picture of Phillip I can’t see


#55

Due to re-sizing and making it fit on smaller devices, you may not be able to see everything. I am sure most images will be posted here though.


#56

this one here for example


#57

The image of the uplink app is pretty much identical to what I see on my PC. The images of the dreamers have been taken from the satcom dashboard itself, likely by inspecting the source code for a direct link to the image. Likely not possible to do on a mobile device.


#58

Yeah I don’t think I can do that on mobile but thanks for your help


#59

For you it will likely look similar to this after selecting a dreamer:
Top left does show the image in suit though.


I think that is what you meant?


#60

Yeah I can see all that, so is it just different on mobile than on pc?


#61

Somewhat different yes, as we have more screen space, but functionality comes down to the same. For comparison, see image below:


#62

Oh ok thank you so I’ll have to just follow you guys on mobile because I work late (in my time zone) and try to catch up on pc when I get home lol