Boom Boom Kitty (Part 2, page 3 of 6)


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Part 2

He winced as Edna slapped the plastic box of the television, hard. He had told her many times that smacking the set would not help with bad reception. If anything, it would serve only to knock something in its electronic innards loose.

‘Damned thing always picks the worst time to go all cockamamy,’ Edna griped. ‘See if you can fix this thing, will you . . .’ the expression on her husband’s face stopped her. Both he and the dog were staring skyward. To the south of them, high in the sky, was a brilliant fireball, from which emanated a deep rumbling. Edna stared, trying to make sense of what she saw. ‘Is that a plane in trouble, d’you think? You don’t think it’ll hit the house, do you?’ Then, after a few moments, ‘I think it’s coming this way. D’you think it’s coming this way? Maybe we should get in the car . . .’

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