"A group of human beings had been captured and we were being held within a city in a huge factory where we were kept under close surveillance as we were forced to do work for our "masters." There were cameras and large flat screen monitors everywhere, even in the bathrooms. Very Big Brotherish.We were all chipped, at first with bracelets that were not removable, but if you were smart, you'd be able to find a place out of sight of a camera and with a quick click of something sharp, dig the chip out of the bracelet or just cut it so it wouldn't work. Problem was, this would give you only the freedom to have your own thoughts and communicate with others who had also damaged their chips for a short while until they realized you'd disappeared from their radar, and they would rechip you.
Now, reading this, something in the back of my brain tells me the concluding statement makes sense. But as yet I'm unable to articulate it. I think it has to do with freedom for humanity, but the connection is still fuzzy. Thoughts?