2095 by Jon Scieszka

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Not Hoover Head again,” said Fred. “Maybe we can overload his circuits with a giant number,” said Sam. The SellBot stuck out its number pad. Sam punched 384,621 x 489,792. The SellBot didn’t pause. “188,384,288,832. ” We heard the noise of people calling upstairs. “So much for my magic knot,” said Fred. ” “Okay, try these,” said Sam. “Joe’s number is 100 divided by 3. Fred’s number is the square root of 2. And my number is pi. ” The SellBot whirred and hummed. Its lights blinked. The noise upstairs got louder and closer.

I got it from my mom,” said Joanie. ” “But we didn’t write that,” I said. ” said Sam. “I told you something like this was going to happen. ” “Wow,” said Fred, eating more Vitagorp. “Our own great-grandkids. So what team is that on your hat? ” “That’s the Yankees,” said Freddi. ” “Your grandma? ” I said. ” “Not just a pitcher. She was a great pitcher,” said Freddi. ” “Forget your granny’s stats,” said Sam. ” asked Freddi. “He wants to know how the anti-gravity disks work,” said Samantha. “A truly amazing discovery.

Your great-grandkids have to make sure you get back to 1995. Otherwise you won’t have kids. Then your kids won’t have kids. Then your kids’ kids won’t have—” “Us,” said Samantha. “Your great-grandkids. ” Samantha handed me a yellowed sheet of paper that had been sealed in plastic. It was our Museum Worksheet from 1995. ” asked Sam. “I got it from my mom,” said Joanie. ” “But we didn’t write that,” I said. ” said Sam. “I told you something like this was going to happen. ” “Wow,” said Fred, eating more Vitagorp.

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