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Grigori Black

Grigori Black

Grigori Black is a freelance writer in Europe. His full-time government job involves real estate negotiation and conflict resolution. The stories he writes are pure fiction; any resemblance to people, either living or dead, and actual events is purely coincidental.

Monday, 02 July 2012 01:46

Last Stop

The gas station attendant set his paper aside and adjusted himself as he glanced at the clock. At two am, he wasn't expecting much in the way of traffic. His cash register was fifty miles from everything. Most of his business wound up being late night truckers in need of a caffeine fix or stupid tourists misled by their GPS. The truckers were always good for a story or two when they weren't tweaked out, but he could live without the whining couples and screaming kids. He'd sent them all on their way with an absent smile.