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The Sound of Texting

By Callum McAvoy All Rights Reserved ©

Mystery / Scifi

The Sound of Texting

Date: 1st December 2050                                                               From: TEXT HQ                                                                                    To: Jeremy Isaac                                                                            Subject: DEEP CONCERNS

GOOD EVENING MR ISAAC

WE HAVE BEEN FOLLOWING YOUR POSTS FOR QUITE SOME TIME. IT HAS COME TO OUR ATTENTION THAT YOU ARE TAKING TO NEW IDEAS WHICH WERE VERY CLEARLY OUTLINED IN THE TEXT RULES AS FORBIDDEN. CO-OPERATION AND TRUST BETWEEN ALL MEMBERS OF SOCIETY HAS BEEN FULLY COMPROMISED THANKS TO YOUR ACTIONS.

AS YOU CAN SEE, WE HAVE ERADICATED THE CORRUPTION FROM YOUR HOME. TAKE THIS AS A WARNING THAT THE TEXT WILL BE MONITORING ALL YOUR FUTURE ACTIVITY AND IF YOU FAIL TO ACCEPT THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF OUR POLICY, WE WILL HAVE TO (WITH REGRET) TAKE ALL NECESSARY ACTION. ATTACHED IS YOUR RE-EDUCATION PACK SHOULD YOU NEED TO REMIND YOURSELF OF THE BRILLIANT WORLD THE TEXT HAS CREATED.

THAT IS ALL.

REMEMBER THAT THE AGE OF TEXT IS THE FOREVER FUTURE OF THIS WORLD.

YOURS SINCERELY,

TEXT HQ.


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