Talk with Rorschach 01 "Hello, Adam; Sophie."
Adam and Sophie came to, and looked around themselves in a mild panic; the type people do when they don't want anyone to actually know that they are in fact panicking. The building they had been in had now all but vanished, and only vague silhouettes of it remained. The surreal structure they were in now looked almost like an inverted liquid pool of two unmixing gels of black and white, which constantly moved and reshaped themselves into what looked like it was a deliberate design for esoteric metastructure.
They were still alive, of course, even though the area appeared to have no oxygen, and for all they could perceive no consistently coherent set of spatial dimensions. Presumably this was through the protection of their piece of J.
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PREPARING LONG SLAVE DRIVES
Samuel Volke checked several of the many synchronized watches he had set on his arm-computers. He generally did so every thirty seconds whenever he was doing anything important where anyone could see him, though he never knew why he bothered. He could calculate the passage of time just as easily (probably better) in his head, in what passed for his b
Sophie Intro Sophie was once again failing at her intended goal of being able to quietly observe the ambient night view of the rain, and the city lights. As was often her wont, she had wandered into the city from the more forlorn and empty industrial district she lived in; not on any sort of a specific errand, but merely to get a chance to be in a more colorful area, with a (slightly) less oppressive atmosphere. Not to say that she at all disapproved of where she lived, that is. She chose it after all; for it's forlorn and empty feel. But sometimes it was good to have a change of scenery.
She was sitting on what in reality was only a third-story ledge on the outside of a less commonly used (due to the danger involved) walkway which led up to a less populated small selection of food places specifically designed for those who want to be able to sit around by themselves for long periods of time. (Which became mor