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"Thandri? Like the salve?"

"Uh-huh. She also hijacked a drone to protect Quince after he was rescued from the HyperLoop pod that fell into Lake Pontchartrain."

"Geez," he breathed, "no wonder the police shut them down."

"The question is," she said, "what are you going to do about it?"

"Best you don't know, mom. I'll see you when I get out of here. I hope."

THE END

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Ever since I learned to speak binary on a DIGIAC 3080 training computer, I've been involved with tech in one way or another, but there was always another part of me off exploring ideas and writing about them. Halfway to a BS in Space Technology at (more...)
 

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I once worked on a remote weather station for NOAA... by Philip Zack on Sunday, May 18, 2014 at 7:43:11 PM