Monthly Archives: June 2010

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Chapter 7 We reached the corner of 43nd and 9th Ave.  We continued to hug the wall as we turned the corner.  We hadn’t seen an avenue in a couple of days.  It looked like a huge river of pavement.  … Continue reading

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We stood out on the street, just at a loss.  Bob and his guys were glowering at us from the doorway of Manhattan Plaza.  The night glowered at us from every other direction.  Unfortunately, the night was where we had … Continue reading

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Jeffrey gave us the emergency evacuation map of the building that he’d been given when he moved in.  There were a lot of interesting janitorial closets and things on it.  Even better, since Jeffrey and John had been desperate for … Continue reading

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We crept cautiously out into the hallway.  Then, we just stood there.  We didn’t know where to go.  We didn’t know what to do with our pass key.  We were full of purposeless purpose.  Suddenly, a door right beside us … Continue reading

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“I really can’t search the building,” Bob said.  “We are talking about people’s homes, here.”  We’d called down to the front desk for help and Bob had appeared at our door almost immediately.  But it suddenly seemed like he wasn’t … Continue reading

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Mike closed the door after Bob. “Home sweet home,” said Jonathan. “I dunno,” Trish said, “that Bob guy seems weird to me.” “You just aren’t used to actors,” Moira said.  “You are used to sailors.  Lots and lots of sailors.  … Continue reading

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“You aren’t going to talk in Jungle Book mishmash bullshit a whole lot, are you?,” asked Moira. “Hell, no,” Bob assured her.  “I just thought it was funny to say right then.  I wasn’t enjoying dancing around in a bear … Continue reading

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