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The Ballad of Yeltsin Rape Abortion

We had missed them killing the robot. The thing was laying on the ground like a big cardboard box, its giant breasts thrusting up into the darkness. Its glitter-spackled hulk sparkled under the strobe. Now they would violate her. The strobe flashed across Lenka’s face. The soundtrack was bitter metallic screeches mixed with electronic bleats … Continue reading

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