There was a lot of crime in the city. There was a lot of turf wars going on. I remember one of the first things I did when I got into the game was to connect up with the ROC. We had a crew. We did a lot of the dirty work, like moving drugs and [killing] people. It was inevitable that a lot of bad stuff would happen. But I didn't worry about it. When the ROC got involved, they'd just bust you and throw your ass in jail. So if you were a black kid and you got caught, it was like they came down with the white man and threw you into jail. You went to prison, you did three, five, seven years.
Night City had a rich underground economy, with criminals controlling many aspects of the city from drugs and prostitution to the markets and bars. Many people in the city went to the underground economy for basic necessities, and to take part in the illegal activities, like drugs and prostitution. The undercover force was responsible for keeping the city safe, but as the police chief did not report to the mayor, the city was in a constant state of corruption, with the police working with the criminals and the criminals working with the police.
The most dangerous place in Night City was the drug trade. There was no police to stop it and it thrived, in part because of who it was that was doing it. The city had a corruption problem, and it was strongest in the police department where the officers had no particular loyalty to the city. This allowed a lot of fringe characters to get away with doing pretty much whatever they wanted. The chief of police was basically a pimp, and the police were all his corner boys.
SHANE: So, you know, it's like, you know, it's really not a life for my family. I mean, it's really not. You know, I mean, my brother - he's a great person and all, but, I mean, you know, he's got his issues, and he's pretty - he just, you know, he's not, you know, he's not like you and I. I'm a businessman, you know, a very successful businessman. I've got my own businesses. I don't deal. I don't have my own drug business. I don't have - I don't. You know, it's not, I mean, you know, I like to be around people when I'm clean. I like to be around people when I'm clean. You know, and when I'm clean and - but I don't like to be around people when I'm drinking.
I am running a PC with Windows 7 and Adobe Photoshop CS6. I am wondering how to end the trial period and convert to a full copy of Photoshop CS6. I tried closing down Photoshop, which produced a message telling me to return the disk. I did that, but the same message returned. How can I end this?
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