Swamped Copyright 2017 By Kevin Williams.
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Cover Art: webcam+ personal photo:swamps of ontario .
Disclaimer: This is a work of fiction and similarities to persons living or dead is a coincidence.
Dedicated to John Bee. Without his proofing an incoherent babble would occur.
Note: Fan-mail, biz, complaints and suggestions to [email protected];
Kevin Williams is on Google+ https://plus.google.com/100378461107020829233/posts
He authors an SF series, Teddyhunter: (about runaway teddybear robots),
a few books of shorts, comics and the Aaron+Henna fantasy series.
Swamped by AIs. New-bots, the learners.
Cheap, legal and harmless.
As long as it wasn’t your job they were doing.
Swamped by refugees. 650 million of them now.
Bad weather, politics and habits got people moving anywhere safer.
Swamped with changes in everything else; lousy crops to boot.
Changes were swamping the world. Refs, climate, tech.
Not all for the better and a lot of them desperate.
It wasn’t if you were worth saving;
‘Can you survive being buried in garbage?’ was the question of the day.Life was simple.
Score. The drama of passionate-destruction party.
Score, destroy, fear. Party!
Winners make moves and score; power is all, fear everything.
Drone. Accept-ask-work in a piranha pool.
Faith that things would get better at work.
Super-coms, available and beyond.
What to do when ads were the best thing in your life?
From the shiat-pit… To a piranha pol…
To something that actually worked.
When you up to your pits in alligators, it’s hard to remember your objective was to drain the swamp.
They don’t even tell you about the snakes.
(guess what, pookie)
another 6th grader comic; 2d in a series of super-shorts. rising sea levels, AIs and refs swamping the kiddies. exploring super-coms, availible and beyond remedies.