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OBSESSION He awoke He looked at his numerous clocks all of which said 530 AM He performed his obsessively precise morning routine shower at 534 breakfast of two eggs over easy two pieces of lightly buttered white toast and two pieces of bacon slightly crisped at 553 and out the door at 602 As he walked the 37 steps down the sidewalk out to his dull green car he thought to himself if they ever realized these server eccentricities about time of mine I am surely done Nevertheless he reassured himself that such a thing could never happen As his outstretched hand was about to insert the key into his car door he noticed a large group of men running towards him from the corner three houses down the street They knew He quickly ran back into his house and went out the secret back door The other side led around to an abandoned building in which there was another car Drawing near to it he pulled out another key got in and drove off He was so involved in thought that he did not notice the three black official looking cars following or the road block three blocks away His imagination was so alive that he did not fully understand what was happening as if he was in a dream He was caught Sitting there in his holding cell he slowly gazed around the dimly lit square of blandness He became disappointed after realizing that the room had not one clock and thought longingly of the four that he had sitting on the nightstand by his bed As he peered through the narrow spaces between the metal bars a group of four men came down the narrow hall In unison they stopped abruptly in front of his cell After a brief period of awkward silence the man nearest the prisoner finally said It is time Mr Cuey and signaled
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