This is a sample of this story. The complete version is available in my collection Man Against the Future. From there, you can order signed copies, or buy it for the Kindle or the Nook. My wife and I often take a constitutional with our feline companion, Chester, most evenings after I arrive home from work. This particular evening in question, I was intrigued by an invitation my wife received from our mutual friend, Miss Harriet P. Stander. Miss Stander had requested our presence this evening for a rendezvous on her front porch for beverages in order that we might behold a marvel in her possession that she assured us simply couldn't be described in words. The sojourn to Miss Stander's house was perhaps a mile on foot and as Chester, my wife, and I walked, we had a lovely conversation abut assorted things of various natures. My wife marveled at the weather and the sorts of flowers in bloom. I myself pondered aloud about the status of
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