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The Ratio of Ignorance to Bliss
Laws were disregarded, others set in place. No one was paying attention. People were busy living their lives. Only later, too late to halt the tide of megalomaniac corruption, did they point fingers. The last wave came in the morning as fog besieged the city.
Pounding on a nearby door woke Lila. She looked out the peephole as soldiers dragged her neighbors away.
Soldiers herded people onto dozens of waiting buses. She reached for Sparky as knuckles rapped on her door.
“Leave the dog.”
“Someone will see to him.”
Consciousness returned in dim light in a cold cage.
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