By Andrei Aleksandrovich Zhdanov
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A second later, the alarm stopped blaring. "It came out of nowhere," the vedder said nervously. " Aja asked. "No! " A second later the silver disk in the wall slid open and the table emerged with the jumper lying there. The vedder immediately attended to the person. The jumper was a man maybe around my father's age. He didn't seem to be in any kind of trouble. It looked like he was sleeping peacefully. The vedder had a device that resembled a Game Boy. He put it to the jumper's chest, then checked the readings.
I looked down and saw I was wearing a wide, silver 64 74 bracelet with three buttons. It surprised me at first because it wasn't there a second ago. But still, it seemed familiar. What was I told? If I needed to talk with someone, push the left button. Well, I couldn't imagine a bigger need to speak with someone than right now, so I pressed the button on the far left. The button glowed white for a moment and gave off a soft, quick hum. "Not bad, Pendragon," came a voice from the top of the stairs.
The ref bounced me the ball. I dribbled once, bent my knees, lined up my shot and . . swish. All net. The crowd went nuts. I took another second to soak it all in before my next shot. I gazed around at all the excited faces. Some I recognized, others were people I had never seen before. But they were all cheering for me. Then I saw something that made a great moment even greater. Sitting on the bleachers behind our bench was my family. Mom, Dad, and Shannon. But that's not all. Sitting behind them was you, Mark.