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Rise of the MachinesSPOILER ALERT!!! Please be warned that the final line of this story is a major spoiler, and that it is plainly visible right above the description box! So please read the story before you leave a comment!
Rise of the Machines
By Morning Gaze
“It’s the final lap, and McQueen is in the lead! This may be the first win in his entire career! There would have to be a miracle for him to lose!”
Aw crap, I wish he wouldn’t jinx me. I’m gonna lose, thought Jake angrily.
Jake McQueen was one of the world’s greatest competitive racers…or so he thought. Most people would call him a big-shot, or a cocky, egotistical jerk. But Jake didn’t pay attention to those people. Sure, he had never actually won a single race. But he knew he’d come out on the top someday. Seriously.
Jake was nearing the finish line, and was still in the lead. Wow, he thought as he rounded the
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Those Were the DaysVera’s car was there, no others, and Bert gave thanks for that. He saw her pressed against the driver’s seat of her minivan, the one they used to share, and remembered the day at the dealership fondly. She was pregnant with their first child and the dealer had rambled about the safety of the babe, as if they didn’t already know this. Bert shook his head and stumbled towards the vehicle, immediately regretting dragging her from bed this late.
When he slid inside the red van, Vera said nothing. They sat there in the deserted parking lot and listened to the humming of the motor. Finally, she glanced at him sideways, frustratio
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