Day 7: Search and Seizure
A few citizens have, for the past week, done little or nothing in the face of certain destruction. Today, examples were made. Assets were repositioned. Justice was served. Mixed emotions were experienced by all, but progress isn't always roses and sunshine.
With so little time remaining before the meteor is upon us, we need everyone helping.
In brighter news, the road from Kawayama to Nekoryumura was completed. Some widening and upgrading will be needed, but at least a connection now exists. Also, a fourth and fifth town might be up for naming in the next day or two!
Major steps forward were taken with the pollution crisis in Kawayama. Legal issues blocking progress have been cleared away. Notably, the whole of the world seems to be in the midst of an iron production surge. As such tailings storage facilities are at-capacity and, in some cases, overflowing. We must find ways to be more efficient with our iron, before it is too late.
On the financial side, a credit crisis temporarily bankrupted major corporation president Daily and sent his company's stock price plummeting. He had this to say "I'm not authorized on the mint". In response the world leader said: "lol fixed it mb".