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A marching band switches its policy on glowing screens to keep it moving to the right beat.
That shirt was out of character for you, and everyone kids you about it.
I didn’t come here for an ungument.
A betrayal at the end of Bill’s life led to a second death as his digital self was scattered to the four winds.
No justification remains for driving a stick shift, except the subtle pleasures of mechanical mind-melding.