What SMRT could have done when the trains went dead

December 18, 2011

Eva: You’re being silly Darkness.

Darkness: Excuse me! Did you know when the Titanic was taking half the Atlantic ocean. A string quartet played Mendelssohn on deck to calm nervous passengers?

Eva: But they were good. Alright then, go lug your violin with you whenever you hop on the trains – coming to think of it, I can’t imagine a more civilized way to break tempered glass.

Darkness: Don’t get personal with me, have you know young lady the Nordwestdeutsche Philharmonie once offered me a chair to play with them.

Eva: Maybe they were just being kind. Maybe they wanted to test their new electric chair.

Darkness: What did you say bitch?

Eva: Nothing.

The Suriman Tales – The Brotherhood Press 2011

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One evening somewhere along the quiet Easterm front of the Sardonyx trenchlines during the Ascension Wars – recorded by the Chronicler of the Brotherhood Press.

“Who is playing that violin?”

“The men say it is the devil himself. Sire, he lives in the internet, it seems.”

Recorded by the Chronicler of the Brotherhood – 2001

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