Tag Archives: Time Machine

Priorities

Director Mobry parked on the modest street where Thomas J. Bird worked in Manchester. Mobry couldn’t understand why Bird insisted on working at his humble neighborhood flat, but the Supra-Genius worked that way, so he got his way. Mobry walked … Continue reading

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How It Started

“It happened right here,” said tour guide Mary. She specialized in Massachusetts landmarks. “The temporal event that started it.” Sean looked at the building’s crumbling, ivy covered stones. “Wow, this building looks really old!” “It’s not, actually. This is a … Continue reading

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Going Places

Brandon never placed much stake on things. His drab unpretentious clothing didn’t stop him when he saw her. Vanessa was gorgeous. Expensively dressed at the curb, Brandon fell for her immediately. It was little things that caught his attention: the … Continue reading

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Future Improvements

Dr. Seau placed a rat in the old elevator and pressed the button. Light churned before the doors re-opened. The rat walked out wearing a suit. “Gentlemen,” it said. “I’m eager to serve.” “Incredible!” said Billionaire Isaac Saroyan. “It’s a … Continue reading

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Changes – Mutant 750: Grammar Ghoul Press

Changes Sometimes it all goes wrong in the worst way possible. Various events combine to create a positive feedback loop. Each unforeseen failure exacerbating the previous catastrophe. It was probably unwise for Jerry Montcrief to leave the time machine running. … Continue reading

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The Phone Call – Write at the Merge

Written for Write at the Merge. A story about cultural clashes begins after the image. Genre: Science Fiction/Humor The Phone Call Sam Malook stared at the shimmering air in the arch. Cory’s Time Machine was amazing. That a 17-year old … Continue reading

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