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Chapter 19, Page 7

Chapter 19, Page 7

Long after the events of Burning Day, a committee was formed to figure out what happened to the ‘harmless’ bunny toys and what level of threat they posed to the world.  The minutes of that committee’s meetings were classified as super-top-secret.

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Girii: I finally get to fly in a helicopter. And I get to see London!
Roger: Someone should. It's about to blow up.
Girii: Why are you so gloomy?
Roger: Because I'm hosting Kentaro's hacking programs...and I can see that they're holding back. There's like, a dozen apocalypses in the project, ready to go.
Jacob: Check the miliwave artillery in the basement.
Roger: Pointed into the complex and burnt out.
Jacob: The drone self-fabrication plant in the east wing?
Roger: We've got it constructing harmless bunny toys.
Jacob: The lab boys had mosquitoes that secreted neurotoxin.
Roger: Melted by the milliwave artillery.

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Discussion (5)¬

  1. elihias says:


    Skynet:> Wait… What?!

  2. Mike says:

    It’s the quiet ones you have to watch out for.

  3. Moxie Man says:

    I love the “harmless” bunny toys. 🙂

  4. Ah, not what the hacking tools are holding back, but what the Genocide Project is holding back.

    So Our ~Heroes already on the offensive at that level then? Kentaro was *busy*.

  5. Dorcus says:

    All I can think of is the ride of the Valkyries scene involving you bunnies in the old video game Full Throttle.