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Some Saturday Night entertainment. An extract from a collection of stories I'm working on called "Bob and the Quantum Leap" or "Bob and The Spacetime Traveller". Not sure yet. That old uncertainty principle, eh?   Share:  
Thrust of argument: This particular story is called: "The time Bob saved the Bank of England." Direction of resistance / implied resistance: << The time Bob saved the Bank of England.

The Spacetime Traveller took Bob to see an instance where he, Bob, would save the entire pound and the Bank of England, using his deftness and mathematical peerlessness. They arrived shortly after the event, so that Bob could see the end result.

"I cannot show you how you actually did it because if you know before the time comes then the future will no longer be the result of the past but because of the unseen future, which would then cause all sorts of unpleasant anomalies. You'll just have to find out, at the time, how it is you manage to save it!" explained the Arthur Lowe lookalike, when Bob asked what exactly had happened to threaten the Bank of England and how Bob had handled it.

Before they left that particular part of spacetime, the Spacetime Traveller also showed Bob what Boris Johnson and his aides were doing at the time Bob was saving the Bank of England and the pound: Johnson and his aides were in a Fleet Street pub, having a competition among themselves to determine who could shove their own head the furthest up their own arse, literally as well as metaphorically (for they had had rather a lot to drink).

As ambulances arrived on the scene, Bob and the Spacetime Traveller returned to Bob's own real now-moment on the spacetime continuum. >>

 

 

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Some Saturday Night entertainment. An extract from a collection of stories I'm working on called "Bob and the Quantum Leap" or "Bob and The Spacetime Traveller". Not sure yet. That old uncertainty principle, eh?

This particular story is called: "The time Bob saved the Bank of England."

<< The time Bob saved the Bank of England.

The Spacetime Traveller took Bob to see an instance where he, Bob, would save the entire pound and the Bank of England, using his deftness and mathematical peerlessness. They arrived shortly after the event, so that Bob could see the end result.

"I cannot show you how you actually did it because if you know before the time comes then the future will no longer be the result of the past but because of the unseen future, which would then cause all sorts of unpleasant anomalies. You'll just have to find out, at the time, how it is you manage to save it!" explained the Arthur Lowe lookalike, when Bob asked what exactly had happened to threaten the Bank of England and how Bob had handled it.

Before they left that particular part of spacetime, the Spacetime Traveller also showed Bob what Boris Johnson and his aides were doing at the time Bob was saving the Bank of England and the pound: Johnson and his aides were in a Fleet Street pub, having a competition among themselves to determine who could shove their own head the furthest up their own arse, literally as well as metaphorically (for they had had rather a lot to drink).

As ambulances arrived on the scene, Bob and the Spacetime Traveller returned to Bob's own real now-moment on the spacetime continuum. >>

Not sure where that fits into the main collection yet, it's just a scratching in my notes.

Should it end up in the final draft it may (or may not) be slightly edited/polished - potentially shortened/extended, etc. Fyi.