"Rooster spits out his tobacco. "Alright," he says "I'm no genius but given the circumstances I'd say they either found the chalice."
His fists clenched cracking noticeably, and his face reddened. "Here's the…"
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I am a formerly respected Professor and fellow of the royal society of engineers who was ostracized for being mad. They called me mad, but is automating a factory with a literal production train madness? Is it madness to design a steam engine with eight cylinders spaced sixty degrees apart? Was it madness to build a landing platform for our extraterrestrial chicken ancestors? Well it's her majesty's loss because now I will be designing engines for the yanks.
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