Virtual-reality future

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Science Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic
Computers, biobots , androids and my brains in the future might make for interesting ,tongue in cheek ,reading. So mix everything and shoot it off to the future, stir and read.For fun.

Submitted: June 08, 2010

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Same old day,” biobot Mario Bullucci e-mailed his Thai girlfriend Julie with Java capability and those exotic green legs. ”Nothing new on the agenda since MP3, sound-cards and that computer virus which mutated from virtual to reality, infecting all those native humans for a one way ride to DELETE.”
( A pause).
A few escaped to another planet, hence seven years later and after systematic interrogation of the genome, with swinging light bulbs, Mario the self-styled Editor biobot, freaked onto the sand dunes of London.
One bit; one bite; many mega bytes of information and the wheel rotated in his favour: ABSOLUTE POWER. Mario loved it. loved himself.
Yet with the desired control came responsibility and the legacy of the extinct humans; the headaches or computer-speak, the split heads, the replication-thoughts because RSI screamed murder inside him: “DO SOMETHING.” Indeed “Same old day,” meant Mario biobot clacked away on the keys in 1,000 languages but then 'hope springs eternal,” quoted the Native American Joe biobot back at him from a website in Nevada. “We, like our past human- masters, always have tomorrow.” Spanish Juan biobot texted him.(Mario dreaded answering the text due in seconds from China).
E-mail me your ideas before I create another hand, and my head gets bigger,” replied Mario biobot and scared himself: he laughed. Ha! Ha! Ha! For the first time.
The end


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