“I think so,” Kiki said. “But You You should know – you were a Forest Ranger!
Delaney weighed strangely and thought he would catch his breath. He tried to breathe.
“Almost forgot,” Kiki said, looking apprehensive. “Can you download something? I’m sending you an update for your phone.
Delaney found the update and downloaded it. “Got it.”
“You’re using TruVoice, do I accept it?”
“Always,” Delaney said.
Since Delaney High School, TruVoice has controlled a lot of online communication. It only started as a filter. A person will type or dictate a text, and the TruVoice message will scan the insulting, off-putting, insulting, off-color, off-base, old. The O-language will be excised or replaced, and the message will be sent in the appropriate way for the descendants. Sounds like yourself, TrueVoice promised, and the vast majority of its users, about 2 billion-plus in 130 languages, saw it as a se god.
“The update is based solely on this,” Kiki said, “but for verbal communication. Obviously we can’t change your words in real time, but now TrueVoice analyzes what you’re saying, gives you a summary of your word usage at the end of each day and shows you That’s where you can improve.
“Awesome!” Delaney said.
“It simply came to our notice then Is Excellent, ”Kiki said. “I learned a lot about my own communication. I have a son. He is 5. She is here at school. Did I tell you before? “
Delaney thought he was talking to someone about speed or cocaine. Was there really water in that burgundy backpack? He has rarely seen such mania.
“And research says kids need to hear a million words a year. Something like that. So TruVoice helps me with overall numbers and word variations. I’m still at 5 percent in terms of variation and difficulty – I’m a verbal dummy, it turns out – but now I know what I have to do.
“Awesome!” Delaney said again, louder than before.
“Look, they’ll notice that iteration at the end of the day,” Kiki said. “You will not be punished or anything. It’s just to help us do better. ”
Delaney almost said Wonderful Again, just for his own entertainment. Instead he said, “Of course.”
“And it almost took away my curse,” Kiki said, “which was a problem. Same with focus and length. I had a tendency to run, and TruVoice marked off-track.” Kiki paused. “What’s the word? That’s funny. “
“Words? Traveling? Blatter? Delaney suggested.
“Yeah, thanks,” Kiki said. “It helps me get to the point. At first, my direct score was in the 40’s, but now they’re over 50.”
“Thank you,” Delaney said.
“Excuse me?” Kiki said.
“Oops. I’m just saying Praise. ”
Kiki tapped his screen. “Ah. Applause. Such as ‘congratulations.’ Got it. This is also a level-3 word. I will get extra points for this. Applause. Applause. Let’s see. “
Kiki showed her phone to Delaney. A man walked through them, looking like an Olympic swimwear, his phallus pointing from his crotch to his left knee.
“Sorry!” Kiki said, and tapped her screen. “Look, my total word so far is: 3,691. It’s certainly not counting every contraction and combination. In the second line, you can see it is broken by the layer. Today I have said 2,928 level-1 words, 678 level-2, 67 level-3 and nine level-4 words. Which, of course, made the video an overnight sensation. But, it’s part of the app’s basic self-improvement. I can make it. Growth mentality, right? “
“That’s my motto,” Delaney said.
“Good motto!” Kiki said. “Thanks!”
They shared a smile. Delaney felt sick. He liked Kiki, felt for Kiki, wanted to save Kiki and he was lying to Kiki. How long can he lie to this stupid, insane face? He felt sorry for his own soul. Out of the corner of his eye, Delaney saw a pair of men in slalom skis, dressed in flames, conversing while sitting.