But I also know that they constantly come loose and more often than not, they’re dangling down your back by afternoon.
The constant ache of his swollen ankle was eased when he soaked it occasionally in the cold water that rushed through roadside gullies.
As he pedaled through the nights, through isolated landscape now, with the communities far behind and no sign of human habitation around him or ahead, he was constantly vigilant, looking for the next nearest hiding place should the sound of engines come.
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The history of computers is a history of constant technological advancement.