The Problem with the Cloud

“What did you do?” Marianne shouted.

Marcus simply looked to the sky, dumbfounded.

“We can fix this.  We can,” Marianne scrambled around the pile of books they referenced to build their at-home weather station.  She tossed aside Meteorology 101, Butler’s Sky Guide, and Atmosphere 200 before coming to one book she did not recall seeing before.

“Marcus, did you use this book to help finalize the balloon?” She asked, a hesitant fear in her voice.

“Yeah, it had the better graphics,” Marcus said.

“This book is bound in human flesh and is screaming,” Marianne pointed out.

“Mistakes have been made,” Marcus said.

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