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Death in Space: Zapped by Killer Computer


Howdy, ladies and gentlemen!

In January, our class was working on writing a paragraph about the horrific seconds before dying strangely in outer space.  There are fifteen two-second scenarios in Thomas Lucas’ animated film, and I chose one to write about!  Below the text, you will see a photo of my choice of death (what a strange sentence).  Here is my (hopefully) chilling story.


After Olga shakily clicked on the remote, she quickly came to her senses. Uh-oh… wrong button! Olga, who was normally confident with robots, now trembled with fear, her forehead beady with sweat. The robot’s pixelated colours rearranged themselves to form a cheeky smile. An enormous laser beam shot out from a tiny hole in the robot, seeking humans to zap. Her heart rate rapidly elevated, and a look of momentary shock covered her face, until she disintegrated into nothingness, very far from home. Olga’s blue-haired partner, Björn, witnessed this unusual death, and a terrified whimper was let out. Unfortunately for him, there was no time to mourn and grieve, for his final breath was one second away…

I hope that you enjoyed my paragraph, and if you want to check out the video, go to YouTu– wait!  It is right here!  Watch it if you want, but I must warn you – it is WEIRD.

Thanks, and have a math-crammed day.

Ivo N.

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“Death in Space: Zapped by Killer Computer”

  1. March 19th, 2018 at 10:06 am      Reply Jaben Says:

    hay Ivo.
    I like your post it has so much detail and the names how did you think of them?
    have a good day

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