Storyboards by D. Dan Murphy
D. Dan Murphy is from New York. He has a B.F.A in lllustration from Rhode Island School of Design and he's attended film classes at UCLA, Los Angeles City College and Pima Community College in Tucson Arizona. Currently, he lives in West Los Angeles. If you would like to contact him, text (don't call) at 213-447-5413. Or email at: email@example.com
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“The system has failed” the auto warning system reports. The warning would repeat until the meltdown commences. “The system has failed.” He shuts down the main frame and starts it again. The only way to fix the corruption. “The system has failed.” He knows he has only seconds left. He shuts down the main frame. “Meltdown imminent,” the auto warning system reports. He starts the mainframe again. And waits. Seconds pass. He waits and hopes. The auto warning system reports “The system has failed. Meltdown imminent,” One chance left. He starts the backup computer. The backup computer failed during the drill. The meltdown drill he has failed again and again. And the backup computer now failed. “The system has failed,” the auto warning system reports again. He has failed again. “Meltdown is imminent,” the auto warning system reports. He shuts down the main frame and the backup and starts it again and it has failed and meltdown is imminent. He thinks of his wife and his kid. He can’t leave. “The system has failed,” the auto warning system reports. The warning would repeat until the meltdown commences. He thinks of his wife and kid. He can’t lave. “The system has….”
- D. Dan Murphy
Something Else About D. Dan Murphy
I like to write. It's a hobby. This is a story I wrote using a George Saunders micro fiction writing exercise: to write a story of exactly 200 words using only 50 different words. It's called "The System Has Failed." Enjoy.
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