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  • June, 2073

    I hid quietly in a makeshift bunker as I heard explosions and rampage all around me. I knew it was coming, I just didn't want to believe that it would. 10 years ago I would have denied it. Now it was here. As the harsh, polluted air drifted through a crack in the wall I started to cough violently. To think that it would be our own innovation that would lead to our destruction.

    I guess I should tell you my name, not that it would matter soon. My name is Mark. I am only 23 and my life will probably end soon. I didn't know if this bunker was going to stay up or not. All it would take would be one light missile, and I would be blown apart. Why did it happen you might ask? we misused our natural resources to the point that our neighboring countries (or at least what was left of them) wouldn't give us any more of it. And of course the only way anyone knows how to solve problems like this anymore, is through war.

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    This was just the beginning of a story that I will be writing right here on my cowbird, Insanity 2.0, and it will be an action story about a fate that come to us around that year at the beginning of the excerpt. This will be rated PG (no cussing). I hope you are excited
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