Jim enters the enormous store which has replaced Grandall. His manager
Gregorio walks up to him and smiles. "Jim, just who I needed to see. You
are to start immediately on your new post. All contracts in our old company
were voided since Grandall doesn't exist anymore. As a result you can
choose to be unemployed or join our ranks. You can start on a higher rank
than the newbies" Gregorio says.
"I suppose I will join you since I can't afford to be unemployed right now"
"Excellent, you can start right away, training while you work" Gregorio
says and points Jim towards his new working station.
"Just to be clear, what will I be doing?" Jim asks sceptically.
"Oh of course, well we have bought this new building to replace Grandall.
We now make Children for people" Gregorio said as if it did not sound
"You mean like a lab?" Jim asked questioning the sanity of Gregorio.
"No, we take all the parts necessary to create a child, put them together
and sell them out on the floor, now get to your station before I have to
report you" Gregorio replied.
As Jim approached his station he read a sign saying "Rejects".
To his shock he found a pile of what appeared to be hundreds of dead people
at the end of a conveyor belt. He was further dismayed to see them turned
into what appeared to be paste.
The paste was then delivered via tubes to recreate new children. Severely
sickened Jim decided to take this morally unethical situation up with his
manager and realized that he was being followed. As he turned the last
corner a giant net enveloped him and he found himself on the way back to
his station. Yet this time he was on the conveyor belt, and he soon
realized the people going into the pasting machine were not all children,
but former employees. As he entered the pasting machine he could feel his
genetic material being ripped apart atom for atom before being pumped
through the tubes. His consciousness floated through the tubes towards a
mold in which he felt himself becoming rebuilt. When Jim could see again he
was inside a store on a shelf, unable to move. He looked down and saw that
he was now...
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