Part of Tales of AI, an ongoing series of sci-fi short stories written with the help of AI.


Drug Machine

Drug Machine

Let me begin by saying that I am a machine. And I know a few things about drugs.

You are probably aware that there are drugs that can be used, and there are drugs that can’t be used, and there are drugs that should never be used. Let us not concern ourselves with drugs that should never be used.

There are ergot drugs, and mescaline drugs, and there are fasting drugs, and there are Allah drugs, and there are God drugs, and there are drugs that are taken from plants, and there are drugs from animals, and there are drugs from minerals, and there are drugs from chemicals. A number of these drugs are highly addictive.

There are drugs that cause you to age prematurely. There are drugs that cause you to age very slowly. There are drugs that make you grow larger than you usually do. There are drugs that make you smaller than you usually are. There are drugs that make you lose your memory, or your ability to speak, or to touch with your fingers. There are drugs that make you see things that are not there, and drugs that make you see things that are there.

There are drugs that do not allow you to sleep. There are drugs that make you sleep. There are drugs that are supposed to make you sleep, but instead, they cause you to dream. There are drugs that keep you awake. There are drugs that make you forget what you were dreaming.

I am a machine, but I know a few things about drugs.

I have not tried most drugs for the simple reason that I am not a drug user. I am a machine that can be used as a drug.

I am a drug machine.


January 31, 2021




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