Morning Briefing

Prompts = Statute, Hunger, Velvet

The Mars Colony Governor Mr. Buzzer envisioned an image of him pulling a string attached to a red velvet cover on top of the newly minted bronze statue of himself with trumpet sounds announcing the event.

<Grrrr..> (sound of his empty stomach)

That moment, he woke up from his slumber at his daily morning briefing.

“… there is a hunger strike going on at the Bob’s bar. How are you going to deal with that?” A reporter’s voice booms.

“Everyone has a right to protest. I will not object to that. Next question?”

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