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Oh my gosh! The young girl groaned when her English essay was constantly deleting itself every time she tried to save it to her documents. She has been at it for a good half hour. She searched and searched for a potential problem or reason it would be erasing all on it's own. There hadn't been a virus detected in her computer at all either. When the computer wouldn't reboot or shut down when she tried to restart it, she bent down to unplug the computer, receiving a jolt of electricity against her finger tips. She jumped back, surprised by the sudden shock, holding her tingling fingers to her chest, staring wide-eyed at it in confusion. I didn't even touch it yet... she thought to herself. Suddenly, from the corner of her eye she saw that the computer screen had changed color, like it had changed a page with out her touching it. Without thinking, she stood up and took a look at the computer, doing a double take when she read it. HA HA, YOU'LL NEVER GET YOUR HOMEW
On The RoofThe sound of my breathing reverberated in my ears as I ran up countless flights of stairs, trying to reach the top. How many stories did I have left? I turned the next corner, and there it was: the last level. Sighing with relief, I pushed open the door and stepped onto the roof.
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The air was surprisingly calm, but the cold bit into my skin, making me shudder. I closed the door behind me, moving slowly towards the immobile figure kneeling on the edge of the roof.
I whispered, the name lingering in the still air. The shape didnt move. I wondered if he had heard me. And then he spoke, softly and almost inaudibly: Samantha?
Will, what are you doing up here? I demanded, my voice raising to a normal speaking tone. It sounded far too loud, and I lowered it again. Youre not seriously going to jump, are you?
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