a cure for the common block


Hank stared into his coffee as he stirred and swirled in the cream, and mulled over his problems, wondering if they could be fixed, if it’d even be worth it to try and fix them, if anything would ever go right; the answer surely wasn’t in his mug, and sitting in a diner at three in the morning wasn’t a good sign that he was on the right track to solving anything. He decided to take action… as soon as he finished his coffee, and a doughnut, and put some more thought into what needed to be done. Little did he know that change was on its way in the shape of a peculiar little man named Gary and a unique set of watches.

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  1. Finish this book

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