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Skycars, skyambulances, and airvans all flickered through the fuzzy sky.

Screenshot of TekWar game, showing a futuristic subway interior

I’ve got a whole book full of Conor’s notes on TekWar.

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    #67 - Winger's?

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    #68 - Angry chief?

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    #69 - Everyone's horny AF (as fuck)

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    #70 - Plague?

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    #71 - Look up this ref(erence). Ha, 1940 movie ref(erences) survive

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    #72 - Lots of discussion of characters who aren't there

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    #73 - Sure, the next logical option

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    #74 - DSOTW (dumb sentence of the week); Evil Geniuses Netflix series?

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    #75 - Well, I'd rather die

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    #76 - Still rigged to explode?; Let's read their story

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    #77 - Why on earth couldn't he just project into the cab?; Kinda [rev](???) the rose tattoo from 6y strip club bouncer days

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    #78 - Would be the only guy so far

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    #79 - It's like a Batman serial, cliffhangers immediately undermined, characters move on immediately

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    #80 - WTF

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    #81 - Let's read this book instead; Hall of Presidents; I mean, parse this for .2 seconds

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    #82 - Crazy that Disney hired this guy

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    #83 - No explanation of movement for 3 minutes; The phone bill? Pool cleaner?; What is the redhead doing from here on out; Invented in last four years?

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    #84 - Rentals, eh?; Wade Watts, also a customer?

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    #85 - Why stop? Not for our sake!; Walkramp? Or...?; Pronounce?; Endless meetings

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    #86 - Yes, more conversations are what we need