By Thomas M. Disch
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Why didn't it come to an end? How many times did the fucker have to flap its wings before it got where it was heading? Just as Glandier was beginning to suspect that the problem might be in his equipment, not the TV's, the Buick ad faded and the entertainment commenced. It was a pursuit adventure about a blue Chrysler being chased by a red Thunderbird. The Chrysler swerved around a bend; the Thunderbird followed, squealing. The Chrysler whizzed through an intersection against the light, just missing a large van.
Naturally, I understand how you feel, Bob," said the older man (as soon as he spoke she remembered who he was - Judson Flynn, the Ankers' family lawyer), "but as I'm sure Mr. McCarron here will agree -" The young man nodded vigorously at this cue. "- what you're suggesting is simply out of the question. Whatever else, he's her son, and that gives him every right to be here.
Ah, those were the days," said Adah. " Joy-Ann demanded, having figured out that the TV must have been tuned to Adah's own Home Box Office channel. On Home Box Office you could watch all the events of your past life in any order and as many times as you liked. Joy-Ann had spent practically all her time in the convalescent ward reliving her own happiest hours. "Oh, hundreds of times - but never so well as there at Astley's. For six nights a week and at Saturday matinees I was bound to that horse, as you see me there, and borne about the stage fully thirty laps to the delight of all London.
The Businessman by Thomas M. Disch