Robert Gourley

Lines By Robert Gourley:

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"Start it over", I shouted to the lightbenders behind me, "It still doesn't look real enough."
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Harold told his men to avoid the woods, but more and more burgage plots were being built close to the cursed lands.
1
"No, get my my horse." Harold placed the cup on the table and turned towards his chamber.
7
The cold tip of the barrel pushed harder into the back of my head.
3
I have no idea how that happened, but most AI's do have quirks.
2
"Sire, should I summon the black watch?" Broderick asked as handed his Liege a wooden cup.
6
She had been dead for as long as anybody could remember.
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I quickly dropped the stem and snapped back into the grey surroundings of the base.
1
I fumble for my handkerchief and managed to get it over my mouth.
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We don't have enough time. My contract would be up in less than two days.
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- and claw at our throats - the greyish, rolling mist had changed direction and now rolled into our trench.
3
I could see Marcus's distorted reflection in the oily puddles I knelt in. God, he looked old. His beard was mostly white now.
2
I don't really remember when I gained consciousness - there's flashes of old memories - but I started keeping track 31,536,000,000ms ago.
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"We couldn't recover all of her neurons, so some of it had to be generated." one of them replied "We'll need a minute to grab more cycles, Sir."
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I've delt with my fear by spinning of a separate net for anything whale-related.
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Harold told his men to avoid the woods, but more and more burgage plots were being built close to the cursed lands.
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"Please know, this isn't personal" Marcus said just above a whisper.
2
What was a two hundred year-old note doing in my boat? This sim was firewalled and I hadn't touched the code in months.
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"No Sara, It's not. You knew we'd have to come after you." his voice rising now.