91 – Panic

The same numbers kept appearing on the weirdest places. He first noticed them on the license plates of the car that almost ran him down during his morning walk.

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86 – Dive

And so the order finally came. It’s not like I didn’t know, it was part of the mission plan all along. Still, it’s never easy when you’re told the time has come for you to commit suicide.

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83 – Appointments

The pale figure by the lamp-post kept glancing at its watch. It was getting way too late. He’d already had to cancel his 7:30 and 8:45, he was already in a lot trouble as it was. He really didn’t want to think of what upper management (or lower management, it always depended on the case at hand) would have to say when they noticed two expected arrivals failed to, well…  arrive.

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82 – Morning run

“–Five thirty am.” The alarm gently nudges me. “–Time to get up. You won’t make it back in time for breakfast if you don’t leave the bed now.”

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