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accepted What does the woman from the future mean when she says she's “in insurance”?
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comment What does the woman from the future mean when she says she's “in insurance”?
Brilliant! Like they're sending Cole back like an Adjuster or Claims Agent...
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comment What does the woman from the future mean when she says she's “in insurance”?
@Dragos Er, yea, okay... but then why the need to go to some many different countries? I would argue that the less places he gets to, the less harmful the virus will be.
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comment What does the woman from the future mean when she says she's “in insurance”?
And while he did open the glass in the airport, he obviously needs to go to several countries for it to be completely effective. If he only hit the US, then other countries would still be around to combat the virus. If everybody is hit essentially at once... a lot less likely.
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comment What does the woman from the future mean when she says she's “in insurance”?
The coincidence angle is a good one too. It could just pure irony that she's in insurance and ends up basically continuing that "occupation" in the future - trying ENsure that the virus doesn't get spread in the past.
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asked What does the woman from the future mean when she says she's “in insurance”?