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The queries start harmlessly enough. Sure, user 927 has some medical problems ("heal time for broken legs," "human mold," "mold on humans," "skin mold") but who has the time these days to keep themselves entirely fungi-free?But things quickly take a turn for the worse with the sudden appearance of "dog sex" at 9:28 PM one evening. Half an hour later, the queries are about flowers ("anemona," "arbutus," "aster," "pink camellia"), which lasts until 2 AM the next morning, and all appears well again. The following day, "forced rape porn" makes an appearance. "Testicle festivals" follows soon after. "Hentai pedofilia," "bdsm electricity," and "tormented elmo" (?) are entered. Things go downhill from there, getting downright unprintable (let's just say that incest, torture, and urine are involved), until we run across the not-amusing-at-all "cut into your trachea."Seriously, who is this person?That's the question that inspired Gray as she worked on drafts. What are the "secrets that people contain in their search logs," she wondered, and what do they say about us? The play began as a set of four interlocking narratives from four users, but in the end was stripped down to a single story that Gray calls "cyber-noir."
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