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One Man's Trash

Gordon Sun is a surgeon exploring the intersections between healthcare and technology. His stories have appeared in Please See Me, Penumbric Speculative Fiction Magazine, Mad Scientist Journal, and other publications.

"Got any tax-deductible donations for the Visit, Mr. Smith?" asked Elvis. "You know the drill. Perishables, recyclables, anything you don't need."
Smith craned his neck back into the house. "Son, go to the attic and bring down all those unopened electronics." He returned his attention to the solicitor. "Will that do?"
"Absolutely. We produce way too much stuff."
"I know. It's great the government lets us use the wormhole to give surplus away to our less fortunate brethren over there. Solves everyone's problems."
"Yup. Nick, Kris, Noel, and their clones are going to earn their overtime this December for sure."
The End
This story was first published on Thursday, March 25th, 2021
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