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Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Personally I Always Preferred Lipton's

Interior, artificial lighting.

We see an open window, it is night outside. There is a cool breeze. Through the window we can see distant buildings, discernible by the rows of lights remaining on visible through their windows. Inside, a young girl, sits at a desk in a chair with wheels, illuminated by the backlight of her computer. She is surrounded by miscellaneous rubbish, and an open book.

She types. Stops, looks down at her open book, then continues.

She brushes the hair out of her eyes and then scratches the top of her head. Continues typing.

Voices can be heard out her window. She rolls her chair over to the ledge and looks downward. She stands, looks down for five seconds then gazes straight ahead. A small and electronic beep comes from her computer and she returns to sitting and typing.

After a few seconds she places her head on her right hand and stares. She smiles, then continues typing.

Another beep from the computer. She continues typing, then stops.

She lets out a sigh. Shivers and then rubs her hands on her arms. She rolls to the window, and closes it. She sits again and returns to typing.

She clicks again and music begins to play. The song is "To Be Alone With You" by Sufjan Stevens. She brushes the hair away from her face and continues to type.

She stops. Places her head on her left hand between the nose and the upper lip and sighs. She clicks. Blackout

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