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Extreme“You know Jehanne,” a man slurred, pulling up a thick and sturdy log, “This is pretty… extreme. Even for you.”
“Life is extreme” the reply was quick, “Religion is extreme. Society is extreme. The government is extreme. People are extreme.”
“You’re so critical love. Not all of them are like that.”
“Oh, you’ll be surprised.”
“Yeah, you surprise me.” The woman stopped lugging the firewood she was preparing to give the man a questioning stare.
“Look, do you want to help me or not?” He looked at her apologetically and continued on. She sighed, “Je suis desole, I’m sorry it’s just… you accepted it without question. I… I thought you would report it or something…”
“If there’s one thing you’re right about, it’s that the government is extreme,” he rummaged a few ropes out of his bag, “and stupid
Crazy Larry liked things empty that morning. He felt that there was too much something that was going to turn into too much of something later on. So why not have an empty day on the empty streets of the empty morning?
He nodded happily at the thought then frowned as he mumbled, “Then that would be doing something…” Seconds later, he shrugged off the thought.
Walking on the monotonous, ghostly streets he saw an empty pool. A pleased smile graced his stubbled face. “Empty,” he announced to no one in particular and kept walking.
Left, right. Left, right.
Some windblown moments later he tripped into an empty refrigerator, hitting his head on the side. Crazy Larry stared up into the deep blue sky and sighed in disappointment. “Not empty,” and with that
he closed his eyes.
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