Super Transporter

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A transporter is a person or thing that transports something, in particular. Here, we will talk about a special kind of transporter. A driver for hire – a mercenary "transporter" who will deliver
anything, anywhere – no questions asked – for the right price. Jason was a highly skilled driver known as "The Transporter."

Submitted: September 13, 2018

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A transporter is a person or thing that transports something, in particular. In science fiction it is a device that conveys people or things instantaneously from one place to another. Here, we will talk about a special kind of transporter. A driver for hire – a mercenary "transporter" who will deliver anything, anywhere – no questions asked – for the right price.

Jason was a highly skilled driver known as "The Transporter." He would transport anything, no questions asked, always on time, and was the best in the business. He strictly followed three rules when transporting: Don't change the deal, No names, and Never open the package.

Jason was hired to transport three bank robbers with his black BMW 735i. But Jason refused to transport them as they were four in the end, explaining the extra weight would affect his precisely planned getaway. Later they offered more money for Jason to drive them to another place. He refused the deal because they didn't follow the rules. They were supposed to be three of them, not four.

A week later, Jason was hired to deliver a package of 50 kilograms (110 lb) to an American, Darren "Wall Street" Bettencourt, that was loaded into Jason's trunk. While changing a flat tire, he noticed the package was moving. Realizing a person was inside, he violated Rule No. 3 in order to give the person something to drink. He discovered a woman, who was tied up and also gagged with tape on her mouth. Despite of it, he delivered the package all the same to Bettencourt as promised and agreed to transport a briefcase for him. He almost got killed by the bomb hidden in the briefcase. Bettencourt didn't trust Jason and wanted to get rid of him. Instead of that, Jason returned to Bettencourt's villa where he killed and wounded several of Bettencourt's henchmen. He escaped with a stolen car and had the surprise to find "the package" bound and tapegagged in the back seat. He brought the young woman, who was named Shu Qi, back to his house. They fell in love and made a baby together.

Jason decided to start a new life with his new family. He left behind the "Death Race," the "Chaos" and the "War" he had started with Bettencourt by moving to "London." Jason and Shu Qi shared a "Gnomeo & Juliet" kind of love,... until Bettencourt found them. They believed they were "Safe" in "London." They were wrong. Bettencourt had a "Spy" in every big city in Europe. The one in London was a "Killer Elite." Armed with his "Revolver" and "In the Name of the King" Bettencourt the spy went for Jason and his family. Unfortunately, Jason lost his family before he could stop and kill the spy sent by Bettencourt.

After the tragic loss of his family, Jason decided to return to his former life as The Transporter and get revenge by killing Bettencourt. He discovered that Bettencourt was a human trafficker with 400 Chinese trapped in shipping containers. After a lengthy fight, Jason managed to kill Bettencourt and some of his henchmen. Revenge is a dish best served cold.

"Well, I'm used to rubbing shoulders with crooks and criminals."

Of course, in his job crooks and criminals are the people who pay big money.

"I've come from nowhere, and I'm not shy to go back."

It's "The Fate of the Furious" Jason The Transporter.

"I'm used to being efficient and a guy that can do more than the average guy can."

Jason was not an average guy at all. He was the best in the business.

"Musclemen grow on trees. They can tense their muscles and look good in a mirror. So what? I'm interested in practical strength that's going to help me run, jump, twist, punch."

Jason was the best in the business because he was practical. He was "The One."

"Do 40 hard minutes, not an hour and a half of nonsense."

So he has 50 minutes left to relax, sit around doing nothing or sitting on a beach.

"There is something about yourself that you don't know."

If you don't know what Jason is talking about, just ask Jake Green. Or even better, ask Guy Richie.

"So, goodnight Jason. You kept your "Wild Card" for the end. "Turn It Up" at "High Voltage" like a "Hummingbird" for a "Call of Duty."


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