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My long story of my trip from Minneapolis to Kansas City (pics, included)

So I took a trip to Kansas City from Minneapolis on a business matter. Just the week before I'd driven in my 97 Honda Civic from Minneapolis to Chicago (no pics). I found the Chicago trip to be fun and interest. The drive was filled with a lot of interesting views, people, and things to do. By contrast, the drive to Kansas City pretty much grated on my nerves.
The drive down thru southern Minnesota wasn't so bad. But once I got into Iowa, I started to get sleepy. The landscape is so boring. So I stopped at this gas station, got a hot dog, chips, and a drink, and relaxed for the evening. The gas station parking lot was full of trucks. Dozens of them. But I found a quiet spot in the back and began to fall asleep around midnight. Unfortunately, some dipshits decided to park right next to me and start some bullshit argument. Screaming, "You motherfucker, you left my cell phone, my clothes, and all my shit back at the park cuz you got scared of the cops! Go back to the park and get my shit!"
I understand I don't own the parking lot. But why do idiots have to park next to me. This is the reason why I completely black out my windows and have earbuds. Because it's easy to tune out others that way. But I had neither that evening so I had to endure those idiots for 30 minutes til they finally left.
I woke up after 7:30am the next day and started driving. And driving. And driving. I stopped off at Des Moines and ate at a local McDs. Des Moines was virtually a ghost town. I could count the number of people I saw on the street on my fingers. But it was raining...so....
In any case, I got back on the road and did more driving and the drive just grated on my nerves. Iowa is the size of England yet the population is only 1 million. And the landscape is nothing but boring praire. Take a look at this pic. This is just a small road. But on the right is what you see on either side of you while driving down the Iowa highway. Nothing but flat prairie dotted by the occasional farmhouse. It's mind numbingly boring beyond belief. Especially when you're in a hurry. When you're in a hurry, not so boring.
And Iowa is low on exits of any kind. You can go 5+ miles without seeing any exit. Not an exit for a town, a rest stop, or anything. So if you have to go to the bathroom real bad, you could be holding it in for around 10 miles. And the drive is even more dreary in the rain.
But I did find an exit for the Lakeside Casino. I had to stop or I'd have fallen asleep. Their video arcade was smaller than my old bedroom. And the restaurant was dead. I played a few slots but wasn't feeling it. The place was pretty dead. The place was pretty much like any other Native American casino: mostly filled with chain smoking old folks gambling away their retirement money. Plus, this being rural America, I got a few, "Are you serious?" looks from the locals because I was wearing a mask. Although all employees were wearing masks, less than half the patrons were wearing masks and the employees weren't enforcing masks.
After a few dollar lost, I went to sleep in the parking lot. I wish I had money for an RV space on the other side of the lot. The casino also has an RV park for people who wanna gamble regularly. Looks like that's how they spend their retirement: living on the lot while gambling. Nice way to retire.
After a long drive, I made it into Missouri and finally Kansas City. But it was night by then and I stopped at the local Walmart for relaxation and some zees. Unfortunately, a couple of idiots, one in a white truck and the other in black, had to park right across from me, so they could have a contest to see whose car could rev up the loudest. I was severely tempted to go into the Walmart and buy a weapon but they went inside. I parked as far from them as I could and got some sleep.
I woke up around midnight to the sound of the Walmart parking lot sweeper making a huge racket. At the far end, he wasn't annoying. But he kept on driving past my car and it was too loud. After a while, he seemed to go away. I needed to pee so I whipped out my pee bottle. I covered it up under my blanket. Right when I was dabbing the last remains, the sweeper comes right next to the car and looks dead at me. Even though I couldn't see his expression, I am 100% positive he thought I was beating my meat. Because he never came by my car again. I resolved right then and there to get black cardboard to cover my windows.
The next day, I finished my business in Kansas City, used the library to charge my devices, and ht the road for Minneapolis. And I kept driving and driving and driving until I thought, "I must be close to Des Moines by now." But then I saw a sign that said, "Welcome to Iowa!" and I screamed at the top of my lungs. It was gonna be a long drive.
But I drove faster this time. Kept my foot on the accelerator and stopped only a few times. There are three rest stops in Iowa and the all have stall doors that are only five feet high. So if you were taking a piss, you could turn your head and see a guy dropping a deuce. Nice interior design.
I kept driving until I finally needed gas. The gas station had a dystopian feel. The shelves were half empty, the cashier looked like Willie Nelson, and the owners could probably count the number of customers they got per year on their hands. The local Dairy Queen had seen better days. So had the abandoned trailer behind it. The Super 8 appeared to be the liveliest spot in town.
After I got on the highway, I drove the remaining 1 and a half to 2 hours at 70 miles without stopping. When I made it back to Minneapolis, I parked at my regular pizza shop. That's when I noticed white smoke was coming from my car. I looked at the temperature gauge to see the needle was way up there in the red. Crap.
I got some pasta. Then parked at a nearby Taco Bell, near the Valvoline Oil where I was gonna get an oil change. The Taco Bell kept on having dipshits who would blast their loud crap music even while waiting in line at the drive thru. But I was far away enough to fall asleep.
When I got to Valvoline, they told me I had an oil leak and it would take more money to fix than what I'd paid for it. Shit. Time to get a new car. The end.
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[Klaxon Overdrive Supernova] Part 28

03:17:45 // 05-JUN-2042 - Continued
Dodge fought to his knees and nearly passed out from the pain. He took another breath and forced his legs to straighten, using the dresser to brace himself as a surge of nausea swept over him.
Okay, he was standing. Now he had to move.
Left leg. Then right.
Left. Right.
He was walking—erratically, but he had momentum. As long as he kept his legs shuffling he’d be fine. He snatched his jacket, managed to pull it over his bare torso, and stumbled out of the room, yanking the door behind him.
He took two steps and crashed into the Suzuki, still unable to control himself. He could barely stand. Even if he caught up with Blair, he wouldn’t be any use. Best to retreat back to the hotel, lay down.
Maybe the Godwave would help him forget the pain.
He looked back toward the safety of the hotel room.
No. He couldn’t just wait and hope Blair made it back on her own. He had to help her.
Fuck.
He clenched his jaw, held his breath and worked his way across the hood, supporting himself with his hands. When he finally made it to the driver’s side he pulled the handle, opened the door, and dropped into the seat.
Driving would be easier. Driving was mostly sitting anyway.
Just twisting the ignition was enough to launch a concussive shockwave of pain through his body, starting in his arm and shearing all the way to his groin, but the starter caught and the engine mewled to life. Dodge dropped the gearshift into reverse, hauled the wheel around, pulled into drive, and ground his foot into the accelerator. The car shot forward and he raked the undercarriage over a speed bump, then swung out of the parking lot onto Lakeshore.
Luckily, it was the one hour a day when traffic eased up. The flood of pilgrims heading to the Needle had slowed, but the pathway along the beach was still dotted with stragglers, hiking in overnight.
Even with his foot pressed to the floor, Dodge hadn’t caught up to Blair—couldn’t even see her anywhere up ahead. And if he hadn’t caught up with her, she couldn’t have caught up with Mr. Hill. She’d follow them all the way to the Paradise Mind Campus doors, he was sure of it. But she was only one person. She wouldn’t be able to take on a whole army of cerebrates by herself. Then they’d have her too.
Dodge still didn’t know how the Paradise Mind had found them. He hadn’t spotted anyone following them—not that he’d been particularly trying, but Blair would have, and she hadn’t said a thing.
It didn’t make sense.
He kept accelerating. The Suzuki’s speedometer topped out at 140. Dodge swerved around a doddering SUV as though it were parked and caught the edge of an unseen pothole. The car bounced hard off the asphalt and he clutched the wheel for support as he rode the wave of pain.
Something under the car broke free, scraped the ground for a shrieking second, then clattered away behind him. He glanced in the rearview mirror as the SUV behind him swerved to avoid the sparking hunk of metal.
The engine made a terrible noise and began shaking.
Shit, so much for catching Blair. There was no point now, the car was about to die. Dodge pressed the brake, ready to ease the vehicle off the road, but his foot sank to the floor and stayed there. When stomping on the pedal didn’t help, he knew he was in trouble. He couldn’t stop.
Worse, even with his foot off the accelerator, the car was still speeding up, the engine straining. Dodge tried to shift down, to use the gears to slow his speed, but he couldn’t apply enough pressure on the stick to budge it.
Dodge heaved on the emergency brake, his wounded shoulder aching under the strain, but the release button wouldn’t give. Hitting the pothole must have jarred loose the last bit of luck that had been holding the car together. It was coming apart around him and hurtling toward a crumpled ending.
All he could do was hold on. He grasped the wheel with two hands, nine o’clock and three o’clock, fighting to keep the car on the road. His head swam from the rising pain as fresh waves tried to drown him with every bump in the road.
Adrenaline surged, sharpening his senses and shaving some of the torment away. He let go of the wheel and reached over to fasten his seatbelt, ribs screaming in protest, then pulled the phone from his jacket pocket and hit redial.
It rang.
And again.
She wasn’t going to answer. Three times. Her phone must still be back in the room.
Shit.
Four times.
“This had better be important,” she said, her voice muffled through the tiny speaker.
“I’m behind you in the Suzuki and it won’t stop,” Dodge yelled into the phone, cradling it awkwardly with his shoulder as he again gripped the wheel with both hands and jerked it hard to the right, narrowly avoiding a delivery truck’s erratic lane change.
“—I told you,” he heard a second later, as his vision snapped back into focus. The phone beeped and went silent.
Fuck!” Dodge yelled at the windshield, then dialed again.
She accepted the call without speaking.
“You can’t catch him on your own,” he said, puffing, unable to catch his breath. Sweet unconsciousness beckoned. “They’re armed. They have a head start. We can get Joshua back but it will take both of us.”
“I told you to stay at the hotel.”
“I’m going to die,” Dodge yelled.
Red lights gleamed ahead. Dodge straightened and the phone bounced to the passenger seat. It took both hands to swerve into the fast lane, where he clipped the Suzuki’s passenger mirror off on the rear of a stopped car, then hurtled through the intersection.
The world concaved, curving up at the sides, disintegrating into particulate shadow. He bit his tongue and jerked alert. He’d bought himself another few seconds, but he didn’t have many left.
Still, he car continued accelerating.
Dodge fumbled for the phone. It seemed miles away, his arm impossibly short. His fingers pinched the thin plastic rectangle and brought it to his ear. Blair was already talking.
“—can see them. If I turn around for you, they’ll get away.”
He wanted to scream, but clenched his teeth. “You’ve been stunned twice. There are probably four men in that truck. You can’t bully your way through this,” he cried, trying not to think about what would happen when he slammed into the back of another car or finally lost control and his body was torn to pieces as he barrel-rolled down the highway. “If you want to get Joshua back, you’re going to need my help. And you won’t get it if I end up melted to the plastic seats.”
“Pull off the road.”
The engine began to shriek. Smoke billowed out from under the hood. Ahead, the right lane was packed with abandoned cars, leaving two lanes to weave through traffic.
“Too many cars,” Dodge said, breathless. “This piece of shit will wrap around me like a tinfoil suit if I hit anything.”
Blair spat something unintelligible. “You’re on Lakeshore now?”
“Yeah. Coming up on—” a cross-street whipped by ”—Jameson.”
“Yell when you see me.”
Dodge whipped past the Jameson decent ramp, its gaping black mouth leading down into the Tunnel. After rounding a curve, he came up on a short, empty straightaway. With no cars ahead, he was able to concentrate on breathing and resisting the ragged static nibbling away at his vision. Heat from the overtaxed engine cooked onto his legs through the flimsy dashboard. The car wasn’t going to last much longer.
The Exhibition grounds winked past. An enormous billboard hovered above, its flashing message bathing the road in scarlet. Another ten seconds and he’d crossed Bathurst and plunged between the thick concrete abutments supporting the still undemolished raised expressway. Blair’s beige Nissan rocketed by on the opposite side of the road.
He watched in the rearview mirror as the Nissan spun, black streaks of rubber marring the asphalt in criss-cross V’s, and came after him.
“Hold on,” Blair’s voice projected from the phone. “I’ll use my car to stop you.”
“You’ll what?” Dodge screamed into the phone. “You’re going to kill us both.”
“You want my help or not?”
Blair pulled alongside, matching Dodge’s speed. The two cars could have been standing still, the earth whipping by under them. Blair glanced over, shook her head and then shot past Dodge and swung in front. She slowed fractionally, inching backwards.
Another stoplight blazed red ahead of them. A line of late-night gamblers working their way home from the lakeside casino poured through the intersection. Blair leaned on her horn and pulsed her high beams.
Dodge prayed at the windshield. “Move. Move. Move.”
A taxi just entering the intersection noticed Blair’s frenetic signaling and lurched to a stop, leaving barely a car-width. Dodge cringed, blinked, and they were through.
The green lights of another intersection glowed in the distance. They wouldn’t survive another intersection. Even in the middle of the night there was too much traffic.
“If you’re going to do something, now would be a good time,” Dodge yelled.
Taillights flared and Dodge’s car plowed into Blair’s. The Suzuki’s engine screamed as it tried to accelerate against the Nissan’s slowing weight. A flame danced out from under the hood, twinkling orange and blue. Black smoke swirled from the air vents. The tang of burning tires flooded Dodge’s senses.
Blair braked harder, and the wheel bucked and tore from Dodge’s grasp. The Suzuki lurched wildly to the left and glanced off a concrete abutment before he could regain control. Even through the adrenaline, pain was now an entity consuming him from the inside.
Blind from smoke, tears streaming, Dodge tried to hold the car straight, to align himself with the crimson flare of Blair’s remaining taillight. The two bumpers nudged together and held. Heat singed his fingers.
Finally the cars slowed and shuddered to a halt. The engine was still screeching as Dodge yanked the thin plastic door handle, trying to escape asphyxiation, but it wouldn’t budge. He pounded his fist on the window, rational thought lost in the frantic need for air. He was suffocating. Drowning.
Then fresh air whooshed around him as Blair pulled the passenger door open. She stepped back as a gush of flame erupted, consuming the new oxygen. Dodge fumbled his seatbelt open, crawled out through the smoke and slumped face-down onto the relative cool of the tarmac. Finally, the engine seized and the car stalled, but the flames were spreading. Soon the whole car would be on fire.
Blair grabbed him under each arm, dragged him away from the wreck, and propped him up against the Nissan’s heat-fins. He was too exhausted and in too much agony to complain about the warmth on his back.
Even wracked with pain he was happy to be alive.
“Wake up,” she said, slapping his cheeks.
He tried to respond but couldn’t make his mouth form words.
“We need to get Joshua.” Blair opened the Nissan’s passenger door and piled him in. Pain quaked through his body, focused on a swollen bulge on his back. He could feel the lump pressing against the seat.
Blair dropped into the car and gunned the Nissan forward, pulling away from the Suzuki and the rising column of black smoke. It wouldn’t take long for a traffic drone to notice and come investigate.
“Wait …” Dodge managed.
“Now we get Joshua.”
“No …” Dodge coughed, a brutal spasm that sent torturous ripples up and down his chest. “… been there …” He took a deep breath and continued. “… security …” He inhaled again. Fresh air helped scrub the fog from his thoughts. “I can get in … but not like this.”
His words seemed to pierce Blair’s sphere of single-minded determination. ”You’re right. This is rash.”
“Yes … rash,” Dodge said, then granted himself permission to surrender to the soothing pull of unconsciousness. Blair pounded the steering wheel, jarring him upright.
“—Ben zonah. We have to go back.”
“The Godwave,” Dodge said.
Blair nodded. “If the Paradise Mind gets it—” She braked and twisted the wheel. “I can’t even imagine what they’d do with it.”
Dodge’s weakened reflexes fired too late to stop him from slamming against his door, and this time, when the urge to pass out presented itself, he gladly accepted.
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The following URL links to a picture of the building. https://i.imgur.com/aNHK7lF.jpg
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