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Disconnection No. 10 – Impossible Blue

This is Part 10 of a Serial called Disconnection. PREVIOUS * * * Dreams were remembered by Autorun, catalogued for viewing the next day, but most people couldn’t follow the shifting tide of input while awake. Nothing made sense, and … Continue reading

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Disconnection No. 9 – Self-Preservation

This is Part 9 of a Serial called Disconnection. PREVIOUS * * * She woke up to a buzzling snarl in the back of her throat, felt it crawling up into her ears backwards, shitting static as it muckled through … Continue reading

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Disconnection No. 8 – Forsaken

This is Part 8 of a Serial called Disconnection. PREVIOUS * * * “Sir? Sir! We’re getting reports of wireless dropping–“ “–fuck that, we’re getting reports of underground lines disrupt–“ “–have to get comms back up–“ “–explosions outside the southeastern … Continue reading

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Disconnection No. 7 – Silent Zone

This is Part 7 of the Serial called Disconnection. PREVIOUS * * * Broadcasting live from the silent zone was just about the bravest, most amazing, and quite literally the most fatally stupid thing anyone could do. Those connected to … Continue reading

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  1. StarNinja says:

    Oh snap! Blake threw the gauntlet down he did! Is it wrong that I sort of imagine everything in a Tron-like digital glow? High speed electro-wires buzzing with light in every direction? Anyways, I loved the descriptions of the bar and the sensations and atmosphere. Great stuff!

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Disconnection No. 6 – Transmission

This is Part 6 of the Serial called Disconnection. PREVIOUS * * * The com of the triad played at drinking a bitter whiskey while her companions monitored her heart, and the rest of the room. Her skin felt tight, … Continue reading

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  1. StarNinja says:

    Ah, to watch yourself become obsolete before your very eyes as the next generation replaces you. It’s a feeling we all go through I guess. That Runig better learn to play nice with the next gen if he wants to the new world being born before him. That scene with the toaster was gold by the way. Great stuff! Keep it up!

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