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Title: Beyond the Sixth Day
Fandom: Torchwood
Rating: PG18 because of potential angst.
Spoilers: For Children of Earth
Summary: Three things that maybe happened afterwards.
Author Notes: More short notes than anything else.
Warnings: It's post-CoE.

How do you arrange for transportation on a cold fusion cruiser on the outskirts of the Solar System? Easy. You just tell the 456 who you are and what you did. You'll die many times, of course.

That's just a bonus. There are still ten kids to save.

* * * * *

Absenteeism spiked in 10% of schools. It was only to be expected. The less-educated, well, they don't value education, do they? There's only so much the government can do.

Except for one school. New. Big. Very open. Seems like everyone of a certain class wants to send their kids there, and they do accept anyone. Rumor says they have some sort of political pull. Otherwise you can't explain the armed teachers, or the weird things they teach in there about aliens and whatnot.

But no parent with their child's best interests in mind would send him to Torchwood Academy.

* * * * *

Everybody knows where they Chinese and the Indian are getting their advanced technology from, and what they are paying it with.

An urgent NATO meeting agrees on securing a convenient source of extra-organization units. They are already losing almost every auction on the 456 frequencies.


Jul. 14th, 2009 03:34 am (UTC)
> Something tells me they'll be paying sharp attention again in a few years.

That would be a good development, yes. Although I don't know how likely :(.
Jul. 14th, 2009 01:49 pm (UTC)
My grandparents were involved in the civil rights movement, and I think that with the right leadership, there would be Changes. I mean, instead of years of oppression, these people's kids were going to be sold as recreational drugs. That's white-hot rage and vengeance-inducing if anything ever was.


cass, can you not

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