10 silent seconds pass with the waitress staring at Pandemic, before she finally speaks up. "...I think I'll give you two another minute to think things over." She heads off to another table, giving the disguised elemental more than a few glances back along the way. Meanwhile, Kasden replies to Ken, a feeling of surprise and amusement still tainting his thoughts. It certainly is unobstrusive, yes. But if they're going to be doing this sort of thing regularly, I hope they'll consider putting a ringer on it or something. Who knows what I might be thinking about when someone pops in? With a short mental laugh, Kasden gets his order, starting in on it with a friendly nod to his server. Anyway, then I take it you're going to be needing some help getting over to the island without perking the ears of security? I might be able to help you out with that, but we'll have to be careful; don't want to end up dangling from my ankles and inside out in the middle of the forest, after all.
Dominik nods to Spob, pointing him down the shelf. "There's plenty of canned goods, freeze-dried stuff, things like that here. Shouldn't be hard to get plenty for a short excursion like that. Make sure you bring water with you too, though; the stuff out there's still contaminated. Even the rainwater's not especially safe to drink. Probably won't kill you, but it can make you pretty sick. How are you for shelter?"
Across the store, Kristen continues her chat. "Oh...requisitions, goods import. I work for an outfit that's got a branch not far from here. Gets so cooped up there that I've got to get into town every so often, and...well, this is the closest thing to 'town' around this area." She laughs. "Not exactly what I would have chosen, but it's where they put me. This continent's always given me the creeps, honestly. Of course, it's given most everyone the creeps, especially after all that stuff a couple years ago; I still can't believe people actually live here long term. You settling in for the long haul here?"