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    My house pipes can see into the future

    There are already digital machines that can see into the future by spewing seemingly randoms 1s and 0s, but, since my house was built when there were only a few URLs, and I'm pretty sure my neighbours are not all of them connected to the internet, we use a time-proven device to see into the future. House pipes.
    House pipes tend to be quiet, or else rumble, when something big has happened or about to happen; on the other hand, they tend to rumble and make big noises, or else be quiet, when something will happen in the future, is happening right now, or happened just a while ago.
    For instance, when all people is going to bed in this part of the world they tend to rumble. They obviously receive mental waves from the whole GMT+1 zone, which makes them shake with energy. They also feel when they are waking up, by emitting flowing noises. When a movie is too long, they are quiet, unless it is much too long, when they tend to wake up again.
    They have a 100% hit predicting the second part of soccer games. If a rumble is heard all over the place, that means that, in 10 minutes, second half-time will begin.

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