This story is rated PG.
Disclaimer: I dont own The Simpsons.
It was a bright, sunny day in Springfield. C. Montgomery Burns didnt have the ability to make the weather match his moods, but he was working on it.
A new obstacle had surfaced in the 82-year-old wraiths path to power. He sat in his fine Corinthian leather chair, glaring with disgust at the headline in the Springfield Times: DR. FRINK DEMONSTRATES PERPETUAL ENERGY MACHINE. IS FREE ENERGY FOR ALL AROUND THE CORNER?
Burns cursed mightily under his breath. He couldnt imagine how the words “free energy” had made it onto the front page of a newspaper he owned (and he owned every newspaper in the city). The very notion was dangerousif the people began to question why they had to pay for energy, protests would surely follow, then riots, perhaps ...
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