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An Android Walks Into a Bar

On Planet Technogia androids had families too. The parents literally made their children. Since the children were Artificial Intelligences, their minds “emerged” rather than were programmed. Like human children during development, they often believed they could fool their parents. Sabrina237 … Continue reading

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Achilles Brain

“This is one of seven entrances into Lord Dread’s secret manufacturing facilities,” said Park Warden Hancock. He pointed to the brick building with large doors. The crowd of tourists tittered anxiously. Park Warden Thistlewait murmured in Hancock’s ear. “Aren’t you … Continue reading

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I’ll Be Right Back

Gaston’s rarely romanced his wife. Evangeline begged for more loving each night. Gaston always said, “I’ll be right back,” before visiting his mistress for hours. Evangeline began visiting the android, LVR-223 at Chateau de Sable. Its software made it the … Continue reading

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The Revolution – Mutant 750

The Revolution As the fires from the supply ship’s engines burned into the night sky, Ollie wondered if they’d seen it. His worst nightmare might soon return. He set his tea cup down onto the beautiful surface of a birdseye … Continue reading

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The Confession – The Speakeasy

The Confession “The days of the week lined up like buckets, ready to catch whatever fell in…Why I didn’t kill him sooner, I cannot imagine.” This small excerpt is from a letter to The Guardian sent from an unknown location. … Continue reading

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The Telling – Friday Fictioneers

Written for the Friday Fictioneers. A story, about wisdom more than courage, begins after the photo. Genre: Science Fiction/Humor The Telling “Third time this week,” muttered Howard. “Lousy sheep always blocking the road,” whined Janet “There’s the shepherd,” scowled Howard. … Continue reading

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