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Listen, Son :: Keith

“No, son, it’s just not true; not every boy in this country can grow up and become President one day, and sadly enough, that includes you; but don’t let that get you down, because if you work hard every minute of your life, try your damndest to be a good and decent person, and stick to your guns, one day you can grow old and turn into me.”

    TAGS:  future, realism

He’s starting to act like his father.

    TAGS:  growing up, future, forbidden

Fear :: Keith

I’m not afraid of my future, by it sure turns my stomach.

    TAGS:  fear, future

... and late in the 23rd century, the plagues finally reached their epidemic peak, with each Robert annoying entire cities into annihilation.

    TAGS:  future, Robert, plague

(A message to the future inventor of teleport machines.)

    TAGS:  time travel, future, messages, inventors, teleportation

It has been exactly one month since I woke up and asked myself, “now what?”; I am no closer to an answer, although the shooting pains in my knees do seem to have disappeared.

    TAGS:  chaos, anticipation, future, shock, entropy, loathing

anything but roses. :: goliard

Daisies make me happy and hibiscus are quite fun, Even foxglove is OK with me, But roses are just dumb.

    TAGS:  future, forty two


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