I am spiderman and I'm really busy today.
Every four years, all the superheroes get together to celebrate the great job we do protecting our favourite city.
Every four years, a supervillain unveils himself and tries to kill us because we're all in the same place.
How do we keep forgetting this happens every four years?
I'm running along the surface of buildings.
I'm swinging from silk.
I'm slowing down gunmen.
I'm taking the impact of an explosion,
I'm really, really busy.
A footprint, larger than a human footprint, heading in the direction of the forest.
Afraid, I follow it.
I end up in a doctor's surgery with a nurse. She thinks I am a patient. I am wondering what the forceps could be for, reassured finally that this is a dream.
A whirring, spinning answering machine takes pens in its mechanical hand and writes numbered messages for unknown masters.
No matter what I do, the machine won't stop buzzing.
Because it's not the machine. It's my alarm.
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