Tyler Durden's Folly, or, Storm: a 100 Word Story
Tyler Durden was an idiot, two decades late and oblivious to the fact. Blowing up buildings in dramatic, exiting, and useless puerile adolescent dick-wagging.
This is different.
This, now, is the tornado siren, the wavering whine echoing across the landscape.
It is too late to run. Too late to print, to fax, to copy, to burn to disk.
The storm is coming, a maelstrom of artificial life, digital ones of teeth shoveling food - data - into the naught of its gullet.
Already the storm boils through the cloud, races along the highway, flows through the tubes.
Static sounds like rainstorms.
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