Dispatch from an advertising future #203

The titans of the metaverse have a bandwidth issue


When she stuttered, they laughed. That made the stutter worse. The more they piled on, surrounded her, sharing jokes, making memes the more she stuttered. It wasn’t her fault. She’d stuttered since she was a kid, in primary school, when she’d been playing with the other kids. Apparently it used to be very common but then rich families had found ways of curing it… for their kids at least. She remembered the day Chris turned up in class: confident, clear. Chris’ family was in the right scheme. She looked at the bandwidth calculator in her feed and s..s..sighed.