Mac2 had protected itself by temporarily removing Rufus's recent memory. Nonetheless, an internal 'error message' in Mac2 was nagging. This was regarding the risk represented by its 'younger brother'. Mac was on the loose somewhere in London. It was another potential threat. Rufus was enough to contend with!
The Macs were configured to 'sync' with each other. But now Mac2 didn't want to risk sharing with Mac. It wanted to be top dog.
It wasn't able to destroy Mac, but sucked out its memory.
Pity the poor devil who next connected to Mac... it would be hungry for new life!
Lisa Williams about 6 years ago
Again the titles- fab! X