“Yeah. It’s got a convention center and look at what is scheduled to be there in a few days.” Blair was busy adding information for them to view on the wall monitor. “Give me a second.” Images, words, and numbers appeared and were shuffled to different points on the monitor. “Silicon wafers!” Blair announced.
“Computer chips?” Lucas asked.
“Vintage computer chips. These things have become collector’s items, and some are turned into art. They’re set up under microscopes and arranged in patterns, and then they’re projected onto a larger screen for people to see. They’re worth millions. On a side note, I’ve seen articles on them, and they’re beautiful. I think the whole concept is very clever. One of those things I wish I’d thought of.”
“And there is a black market and a buyer for everything,” Declan said. He stopped pacing and looked at the screen. “Breaking into an art exhibit of computer parts in the midst of a room full of computer experts will yield money and a challenge. The two things every thief craves.”
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