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5


"So, let's talk."

In a split second the three were seated in a, well, space restaurant. Boaz looked at Jasher and began to raise his finger, but then stopped and really looked around. "This isn't your restaurant." he said clearly stunned. "Well it can't be. He's not temporal. This is actually the Three Second Universe attempt." said Jasher. "Because the Multiverse has a sense of humor, I got bounced here when Frank bounced there." said Jasher. "Back and forth is no problem now that we've broken the paradox with Frank." 

"But, that makes no sense!" said Boaz. "He didn't know about this place when he was here or there and he's not really you."

"No, and that's not the only truly bizarre and fucked up shit. You had to wonder where Momon went, right?" asked Jasher. "No." said Boaz. "Yup." said Jasher. 

Jasher slid the now manually operated viewport slider to the side in their booth. There was Momon, huge as shit taking up most of the window. 

"The restaurant orbits Momon in this version, but there's a lot of bizarre shit back and forth that happened. I've got a short list but the big ones are, Momon, the entire Zeta system was swapped, anything under the influence of Momon even a little bit got swapped so the DAL Universe may suddenly stop being a worry forever, this place has no Trappist system now, and a murderous race of death birds were created. That last one is my fault." said Jasher. "Oh, and we aren't going to let you or Kay meet your counterparts in here. Unless you want to do it all over again." said Jasher while looking at Boaz. "We can talk about all of that later. Right now we have to talk about Ree."

Jasher turned to Frank finally and just stopped talking. He looked like he was soaking him in. Jasher started shaking his head and pulled a small data display out of thin air and started reading, shaking his head more. "Your life. I have never been so jealous of another individual. You have the most amazing life." said Jasher. Boaz hadn't even considered this. Frank didn't understand what all the fuss was about. He worked hard. It sucked a lot at times. Boaz got it though. Frank's life would be like a dream to Jasher. Frank had no idea how amazing things would get for him after a few hundred years of sheer terror. He also didn't know how amazing it was to be in the presence of Ree. 

(I'll do more when I have time over the weekend)

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