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Trevor observed his messy office He needed to get out of this diminutive space He did not know why but something impelled him to get out of his room As he turned the doorknob he felt a chill that took over his body When the door opened Trebor realized he was in a cubicle The bleak room gave him a languid feeling Trevor was skeptical of what he was seeing As he turned around to exit this incredulous room he noticed the door was gone Where the door had once stood was a window Trebor heard a voice whispering to him but could not make out what it was saying over the rasping sound which began to escalate The noise impaired his hearing so he put his hands over his ears As he looked up he saw a horde of people Trebor observed the powerful machines Most of the people outside were lined up in straight lines with an auxiliary force near by As soon as he thought he was mired in this room a grievous man came forward The tag on his uniform was inscribed with Korby He had a candid expression on his face He rendered Im Korby -agent number 4248 an envoy of our invincible governmentInvincible government Youve got to be kidding with me This sounds like something straight out of the movies Trebors stolid expression Trebor Visits the New World 3020 ADsaid it all He is lost in this world incredulous about his surroundings He asked himself where he was and told himself it has got to be just a dream but it couldnt cure his anxiety What year is thisThis is 3020 replied Korby With this Korby went into a monologue which seemed like an eternity to listen to It was only the preamble to the rugged history of this futuristic world It all fell apart explained Korby Democracy and stability can only last for so long The fate of
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