I have been frustrated for weeks. Can't come up with any ideas about 3d printers - articles or fiction I've been asked to write. Suddenly I realised a way around this. I sneaked out some brain matter from the lab at work and re-created objects on the machine that I then used in a way I cannot explain (for legal reasons). Hence I had my own neverending supply of ideas.

The website editor was beginning to get overwhelmed by the sheer volume and creativity I was producing on a daily basis. I managed his frequent questions as to where I was getting my ideas by telling him that I was one of the people that received information in my dreams, and he believed me.

I know there is so much I can do with my 3d creations that is beyond all imagination. The brain matter I stole was from an eccentric genius, philanthropist and a man with the highest IQ ever recorded.

He was also greedy and I feel myself turning into him.

I have now decided to replicate money I have the perfect way of doing it so no-one will ever know.

I wonder what else I can recreate - the world is my oyster now, there is no stopping anyone as clever as me.

I am the new God on the planet.


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Anglea (joined over 11 years ago)

Six minute story is brilliant as a daily mental excercise to write on a variety of topics. It involves a lot of trial and error before I finish in the given time.

I am often surprised which of my stories receive the most views, often those I planned to delete.

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