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Picture it this way:
Each person is born with a clock that doesn’t function in chronometric terms. That is, a minute isn’t actually a minute - a minute can be two minutes, or three minutes, or an hour, or a year. Somebody who lives until they’re fifty will have a clock that moves faster than somebody who lives until they’re eighty-four. But then again, somebody who lives until they’re fifty might also have a clock that moves slower than somebody who lives until they’re eight-four. It’s not consistent, really, and it’s all entirely inconsequential. But humans like to pretend they understand the world around them, and they like to pretend that time truly exists, and while they’re completely incorrect on both accounts, we like to humor them every now and again.
And it’s because of this that Scott and Avi meet at the wrong place, in the wrong way, and at the very wrong time.
But we’re getting ahead of ourselves, now aren’t we?