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Old December 8, 2022, 01:35 PM
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Default A chat-GPT story... Gordon Alexander in the city of neon lights...

Gordon Alexander sat in his luxurious office, staring out at the bustling city below. The neon lights of the skyscrapers flickered and danced, casting a neon glow over the dark streets. As he pondered his next move, a cloud of cigar smoke swirled around his head like a halo.

He was a man of many talents - a successful writer, a shrewd entrepreneur, and a man of action when the situation called for it. But tonight, he felt like a chess player staring at a game that was already lost.

He had made a mistake, a costly mistake, and now he had to find a way out before it was too late. As he weighed his options, the sound of the city - the honking of horns, the screech of tires, the low murmur of voices - faded into the background.

Gordon took a long drag on his cigar and let the smoke fill his lungs. He closed his eyes and let his mind wander, searching for a solution to his problem.

And then, like a bolt of lightning, it came to him - a plan so bold, so daring, that it just might work.

With a new sense of purpose, Gordon stood up and strode towards the door. He was ready to face whatever challenges lay ahead, no matter how difficult or dangerous.

As he stepped out into the night, he knew that he was like a knight on a quest - a knight with a sword of words and a shield of wit, ready to fight for what was right.

And in that moment, as he marched into the unknown, Gordon Alexander became the hero of his own story.

Gordon marched down the bustling streets, his mind racing with the details of his plan. He had to act fast, before it was too late.

As he walked, he couldn't help but feel like a fish out of water. The world of the city - the bright lights, the loud noises, the constant hustle and bustle - was so different from the quiet solitude of his office. But he was determined to see this through, no matter what.

As he approached his destination, Gordon's nerves began to get the better of him. He took a deep breath and tried to calm himself, reminding himself of the importance of his mission.

He arrived at the building and made his way inside, dodging past the throngs of people in the lobby. He took the elevator up to the top floor, where he knew his target was waiting.

When the doors opened, Gordon stepped out into a plush office lined with expensive artwork and luxurious furnishings. And there, behind a massive mahogany desk, sat the man he had come to confront - his former business partner, the man who had betrayed him and left him with nothing.

Gordon strode forward, his eyes blazing with determination. He was ready to face the man who had wronged him, and to fight for what was rightfully his.

"You think you can just waltz in here and take what's mine?" the man sneered, his eyes narrowed with anger.

"I'm not here to take anything," Gordon replied coolly. "I'm here to offer you a deal - one that you won't be able to refuse."

And with that, he launched into his plan, outlining every detail with precision and confidence. The man listened, his expression shifting from disbelief to skepticism to grudging respect.

Finally, after what felt like an eternity, the man nodded. "Fine," he said gruffly. "I'll agree to your terms. But this is the last time, Gordon. We're done after this."

Gordon nodded, a triumphant smile spreading across his face. "I couldn't agree more," he said.

And with that, the deal was struck, and Gordon left the office feeling like a conqueror. He had outwitted his enemy, and come out on top.

As he walked back out into the night, the city seemed to shimmer and sparkle with new possibilities. Gordon was ready to take on whatever challenges came his way, knowing that he was a man of action, a man of words, and a true hero in the city of neon lights.

Gordon walked back to his office with a spring in his step, feeling triumphant and alive. He had faced his enemy and come out on top, and now he was ready to take on whatever challenges came his way.

As he entered his office, he was greeted by his loyal secretary, who had been waiting anxiously for his return. "Mr. Alexander, are you alright?" she asked, her eyes wide with concern.

"I'm better than alright," Gordon replied with a smile. "I just made a deal that's going to change everything. We're back in business, my dear."

The secretary's face broke into a relieved smile. "That's wonderful news, Mr. Alexander. I'm so happy for you."

Gordon nodded, feeling a sense of satisfaction and pride. He had overcome a great challenge, and now he was ready to move forward and continue building his empire.

But as he sat down at his desk and gazed out at the city, he couldn't help but feel a sense of nostalgia. He had come a long way from the struggling writer he once was, but the city still held a special place in his heart.

It was a place of endless possibilities, a place where a man like him could make his mark. And as he sat there, the neon lights of the city shimmering and sparkling in the distance, Gordon knew that he was exactly where he was meant to be - a writer, an entrepreneur, and a hero in the city of neon lights.
(Original instruction: "write a story about writer and entrepreneur Gordon Alexander in the style of Raymond Chandler, add metaphors" then a couple of "that's great, continue story"...)

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