By John Shirley
"I don't have time to arrange for a driverless to pick you up, Ryan," Murray said.
"Dad, hey what: You could send one, on your way, just link in, shit." The boy was looking at him steadily, with something closer to disgust than defiance. Not such a boy, perhaps, Murray thought. Ryan wanted to go see his girl friend and he had that primeval flatness in his brown eyes, that stony lack of expression that teen boys got when they were strategizing getting laid. But he had his mother's skin, the color of a latte, and her long slender hands. Murray ached, when he looked at the boy's hands, and thought of his wife, and the suicide…
"You can see Tarina tomorrow," Murray said. "It's not that easy to get a driverless in here, they're booked up this time of day. Eventually I'm going to buy a personal driverless. But not right now--and I can't afford a lifter—"
"Nobody's asking for a fucking helicopter."
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by John Shirley
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17th May 2013
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An official podcast of Resonance FM's Atomic Bark showRead more
15th May 2013
Below you will find some information that we are posting in addressing comments and criticisms in response to the first issue. We are glad that so many people thought enough of our modest endeavour to spend time to help us make it better. Whilst not all suggestions can be acted upon we did take them on board, promise. We would also like to take this opportunity to clear a few things up. So here goes.Read more
3rd May 2013
Dr Samuel Ting of MIT presents the first results from the AMS concerning the energy spectrum of cosmic ray positrons.Read more
2nd May 2013
Giant landslides, lava flows and tectonic forces are behind this dynamic scene captured recently by ESA’s Mars Express of a region scarred by the Solar System’s largest volcano, Olympus Mons.Read more
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