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Friday Night At The Whore House Of Technology

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With the sound of traffic in the background killing the sound of nature. A man sat in front of a window that would give you the capability to look out at the traffic, it was a cafe shop, most likely "Star Bucks". As he check the tech stocks during his lunch hour, as usual the Dow down by 54%, only the week before stood a 34%. It seems that even if the stocks to recover some percentage points, it wont matter because by the end of this man's year the stocks will be down 78%, plus a international conflict that seem like it can lead into World War III. If that comes true, his son Marko will have to leave and fight the enemy.Although, Marko did not mind the fact that what maybe the greatest war of all time, may be approaching just a few weeks from now. Oil prices are dragging the nation, like how in Texas, three white men tied a black man up to the back of a truck, and dragged him down a highway with the black man's blood coloring the road red. With problems at our home nation and international problems joining as one big problem, this would bring the nation to its greatest depression ever.As Marko's father check stocks, he decided to check the news and then catch up with his email, as he usually does. With worry about last weeks news about the Russians rebuilding their military with money that they received from selling oil from Siberia to China. With a new military, they sold equipments to the Chinese Military. The Russians also secretively sold oil to the Arabs without the US knowing and the Arabs sold that to the US for the triple amount of price. Soon without evening knowing, the father was at a site, that had news articles of his son, Marko's death.According to this article, Marko died in combat with the enemy-Russia, tons of ex-Soviet Union countries, China, and the Arab Lands. Another article talked about how the Chinese eliminated Japan, and took over Mexico, while the Russians took over the United Kingdom and Canada. But the date of these articles were a few months early.Soon the father who was shaken by this news and confused by it too, took his stuff and left the cafe. While he walked back to Wall Street, he started to tear, he thought of his son and how much he loved him, and how he was never around enough to show how much he truly cared for his son. But what he didn't realize was when he past a certain stop light, he walked into the future, where the war was in action, and the nation was about to break up into small countries of depression.The father soon past that light and vision the country...

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