Friday Fictioneers – Get With It – Humorous – PG

Rochelle graces us with another challenge from Friday Fictioneers.  Read mine below and then > HERE < for the rest.  Enjoy!!!

Copyright – Björn Rudberg

Get With It

Scott L Vannatter – 100 words

Horace could never hope to do as well as his brother Michael and their grandfather, Cecil.  Those two could play those strings with such pizazz!  How could he compete?  His life was tied up with electronics.  It was the 60’s for gosh sakes!  The world was full of songs and love and hunts for peace and tranquility.  What chance did he have with his dumb ideas for a future in which people could speak, write, and send their thoughts across vast distances through television screens?  It was ludicrous.  The only people he ever attracted attention from were those mathematician types.

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Namaste,

Scott

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