“Queen Vexus,” The servant asked, “Is the time right now?”
The dictator stared out her window at the Earth. “Yes, the timing is absolutely right. She is most vulnerable.”
“Very well, then I well activate the plan.”
“Yes, you shall.”
“And then,” Steven said, on our first date in Tremerton, “I was able to repair the bridge just before the zoo closed, so we were still able to go on the field trip.”
“You are so cool, Steven! I could never have done that.” Of course I could have. I was capable of doing it faster than him, too. Why did I say such things?
“Oh, let me tell you about the time that I saved a-”
“X7T?” A large robot rudely interrupted our conversation, “I am an ambassador from the cluster. An all-robot planet dedicated to providing all robots with the treatment we so rightly deserve.”
“Not you guys again!” I said.
“Go on.” Steven told him.
“We are an all-robot planet, which means that robots can live normal lives with normal jobs, and we enslave the human race.”
“Go away! You’re ruining our date!” I shouted.
“That sounds incredible!” Steven said.
“Huh? What are you saying Steven?” I asked.
“Can I join?” He asked the ambassador.
“Of course, come with me.” The cluster ambassador said.
“Steven!” I shouted, “What about me?!”
Steven turned to the ambassador. “Can Jenny come too?”
“Absolutely.” He answered.
“Come on, Jenny. This’ll be fun.” He urged me.
It was my moment. I had to choose between the love of my life and the protection of humans.
“Brad? You’re still sitting in here?” Tuck asked.
“Yeah, so?” Brad was a little grumpy. He opened the new mag Continue reading