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NO TIME TO HANG
Mohinder had absolutely no problem with hanging upside down. It was something he enjoyed doing when he was younger. The blood rushing to his head would always make him dizzy and he would inevitably flip back to his feet, wobble, and fall down.
Except now he couldn’t because somebody had stuck him to the wall with duct tape.
He was already feeling woozy, which didn’t help as he concentrated on the room around him. Where was he? How did he get here? More importantly, who had taped him to the wall and why?
He wiggled his body experimentally and suddenly heard the satisfactory sound of tape tearing away from the wall. Was it his imagination, or did his leg feel a little looser?
Focus, he chided himself. Getting off the wall was the priority. Only then could he investigate the body slumped across the only exit from the room. The body that, from this vantage point, look oddly like him.
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