Terror in New York
By Aaron Grunn
Copyright 2012 Aaron Grunn
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Jack stepped out of the D-line, meat locker cold, subway car and onto the sweltering platform on 34th street. He inhaled through his nose. The smells were the usual New York mix of urine, homeless feet, puddles of trash, and body odor. A fruity perfume flashed by with a short skirt, shiny thighs, and knowing smile. Jack glanced over. The woman smiled at him with her eyes, and hopped on the subway car as the the doors were closing—causing them to jerk open. Jack walked upstairs. He was supposed to be headed for an interview, though he wasn’t certain where it was located. It was the last in a series of job opportunities.