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FFFC #44 — A Change of Plans

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Professor Gidding strode purposefully towards the rendezvous spot. The thick fog made seeing difficult but the tire trail left by heavy dew made finding it easy. The professor carried an attache case with the detailed schematics to build a neutron death device that could annihilate a 5-mile square radius – or at least that’s what he told them. Agents of evil planned on mass-producing the device and eliminating 95% of the US population on Valentines Day 2021.

Professor Gidding slid in easily on the leather back seat of the limousine.

Do you have my money?”

But of course, Professor. And do you have my schematics?”

The professor opened his attache case, quickly pulled out the revolver holding the hollow-point bullets and put one between the enemy’s eyes.

There’s been a change of plans.”

The professor’s quick reflexes combined with superior firearm workmanship made short work of the henchmen. He grabbed the now-empty attache case and duffel bag with the cash and quickly retraced his footprints, still intact in the grass.

 

 

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Fandango is the host of Fandango’s Flash Fiction Challenge.  Fandango says:
Welcome to “Fandango’s Flash Fiction Challenge.” Each week I will be posting a photo I grab off the internet and challenge bloggers to write a relatively short flash fiction piece inspired by the photo. While there are no definitive style or word limits, I suggest trying to keep your posts to under 300 words.

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