Refund On The Future

Hunt & Peck Parable #22 of 31

He certainly didn’t need one, but the propaganda was so adamant that This was part of every modern lifestyle.

He enjoyed living alone, and was very rarely prone to loneliness, so the appliance’s feature of randomly talking to you, throwing out occasional statements or simple questions, didn’t have much appeal. The services offered included the promise of boundless convenience and a subtle allusion to something resembling love.

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Writer, visual artist, philosopher, autodidact, curmudgeon. More than half of what i do is make believe. https://alexanderhirka.nyc

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