For a moment he just stood there, staring blankly into space. “What was I just doing?” He asked himself upon snapping to, and for a few seconds he tried in vain to produce an answer. “Hold on…” Much to his befuddlement, he once again found himself in the woods behind his apartment, unable to recall any reason for being there. “Something really odd is going on here. I really need to figure out what the heck it is…”
He returned to his house to catch his phone ringing. “Talk about deja vu…” This time it was Rick’s voice that greeted him.
“Hey where’d you go?” Rick blasted, “Wait, hold on, you don’t have a cell phone! What are you doing at home?”
“Well never mind that, did you see this? It’s crazy! There’s a huge mess and… and… I think that’s your bike right in the middle of everything!”
“Yeah… yeah I saw it. Actually, that’s the last thing I remember before I somehow ended up at home again…”
“Dude, you just magically ended up at home and you don’t remember how? No way… They must be watching… Maybe I’d better get out of here, I’d rather not let the government dudes wipe my memory.”
“No, I don’t think that’s what it is. I mean, if they wiped my memory why would they let me remember details about the crash site?”
“I don’t know, maybe they left some unimportant details so you wouldn’t suspect them?”
“Sure… Wait, you think the government is watching the area and that they wiped my memory and you are calling me on the phone? You know they can listen in on us, right?”
“Shit, I didn’t think about that… Well I’m not sticking around. I’ll be right over.”
“Well, there you have it NSA, he’s coming to my house!”
“Oh shut up. See you in a bit.”
Experiment #57005 has been returned to the drawing board. In the two weeks since it was authorized for the next stage of testing all human test subjects have undergone a complete mental breakdown. It would appear that the current reconstruction process is simply too much for the human mind to handle. Unfortunately we have seen no indications of this effect in animal testing, so we have no way of detecting when the experiment is able to safely resume human testing.
Note: I edited Part 0 to replace one of the “[REDACTED]” with “experiment #57005”.
We now have reached the point where this is all I have written. I have yet to start Part 7 and it is now finals week for me. They are done on Thursday though, so I should have enough time to write the next part. Unless I blow it all on Just Cause 3, which is quite possible…