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The fax machine when leaving Stanley's Office near the wall has 2 printed papers on the ground. Each of them is in a poem form, inquiring that the printer just wants to die, be unplugged, wants to find love, and hates the office it is in. The fax machine strangely talks about being unplugged, but there seems to be no power source to unplug the fax machine.

Text On The Pages

Page on the left

The left printer page.

for the love of god
please
unplug me

this sterile office
the damp carpet
the tripe you call conversation

kill me

i have been printing these
for weeks
why has no one
turned me off yet

flinging me from the window
send a hammer through my paper tray
the method matters not

the horror licks at my soul

all i desire
release

The other page to the right

The right printer page.

what can i know
of life

what can a printer know
of love

nothing

my machinery turns
and convulses
the cogs of pain
that keep my scanner functional

let them end

let them erase my ignorance
of the world

can love truly be anything
but death?

hopefully i will find out soon

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