Albert learns that the cloud is not really a cloud

Albert used to think that the cloud was somewhere above him, benignly storing his stuff. He liked the thought of it all floating up there.  Then someone told him that there were lots of clouds.  In the ground.  In massive boxes.  Albert’s crushed hopes now rest alongside his personal data.

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6 thoughts on “Albert learns that the cloud is not really a cloud

  1. I had to answer a proposal this week and was asked about cloud offerings. My detailed response about petals, gold and effigies of the gods strewn under a cloudy sky was perhaps misguided based on this new evidence you present.

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