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Friday, October 8, 2010

Shift theory

As Jerry watched TV, he stopped on a news channel where a scientist was talking about the Great Shift. He was telling the newscaster that no one had actually "swapped bodies" as a result of the Shift, that everyone was still who they were, but their brainwaves had been rearranged. He argued that the only solution was to have each person live the life of who they appeared to be not who they thought they were. He stated that the brain would eventually adjust back to the rightful pathways. Jerry groaned. He had spent the entire time since the Great Shift acting and trying to think of himself as who he appeared to be--a 20-something year old woman--instead of who he really was--a man who had been in jail for a crime he didn't commit. He still felt like a man trapped in a woman's body. He didn't feel like Jenny; he still felt like Jerry.

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