After a long day of work it's time to catch the bus home. Tim is immediately a little uneased by the voice of his dead father; he is very much uneased by the words of that voice declaring the destination of this bus is Hell. With no need to rush to arrival at the promised eternity waiting at the end of this ride, Tim will take the scenic route through what his alternative might have been. Introduced to a reality of Heaven a bit different from what he had expected, his questions of what he possibly might have done to warrant Hell are quickly replaced with questions of how much worse Hell could possibly be than the Heaven he finds himself journeying through. Caught between the horror of the certainty of the present, and the uncertainty of how much worse the future might be, Tim finds himself wondering as the wheels roll 'round whether he ever wants to get off the bus he is sure he wishes he had never boarded to begin with.
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