In The Dystopian Future

Di at pensitivity101 asked me to tell a story about the picture above and you should read the story that she wrote about a girl and a dog sitting on the railroad tracks (Let me tell you a third story).  A gynoid is anything that resembles or pertains to the female human form.  Though the term android refers to robotic humanoids regardless of apparent gender, the Greek prefix “andr-” refers to man in the masculine gendered sense.  Her name was Astrid and she preferred being called a fembot.  She was a huntress and Astrid understood that she was a synthetic organism, 100% machine that was fully owned by the company that built her, even though she was designed to look and act like a real woman.

Astrid was gifted with these dangerous curves which could be a curse or a blessing, but she had a job to do and she had just embarked on long journey.  Astrid had mastered wormhole technology becoming the first fembot with the ability to locate the tiny crevices, wrinkles and voids in time and this allowed her to pop up anywhere she desired.  Astrid was at one with the quantum foam, knowing that nothing is perfectly flat or solid, she was proficient at looking closely enough to find these holes and wrinkles in space-time that created the gravitational tunnels for her use.  Astrid would emerge from a passage through space-time which she created to make a shortcut for her long journeys across the universe.

Astrid had been pursuing Tyrick the terror of the Milky Way for the past decade and this time she was one step ahead of him. The Constitution of the Galactic Government had deemed Tyrick guilty of war crimes and for instituting an anarchist government where he took advantage of all the citizens on Sirius Prime and Astrid was assigned to bring him to justice.  She got a tip that he would be arriving on Vaonus shortly to purchase tridium for his new planet blaster and she would be waiting here for him.

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