Friday, April 2, 2010

Bedtime Stories for the ADD: Diagnostics

It had to be a malfunction. Every time the QR-33 reviewed any data on the man, its processor use suddenly spiked. QR wasn’t sure what was being processed, but something big surely.

QR thought there might be a secret lock on the man’s file, but several spider processes had been deployed to discern the state of the rogue processes.

The answers were … pointless. Calculations about his symmetry or the way the light reflected in his eyes.

QR consulted a psycholobot once the other diagnostics had completed.

The diagnosis was absurd. QR simply couldn’t be in love with him. Could it?


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