I'm not quite sure how to describe this, but I'd say that I enjoyed the story.
"World's End Sabotage" is a short oneshot that holds as much or as little meaning as you'd like. You can read it to pass the time as you wait for your bus, or you can spend hours interpreting it as social commentary and deducing it's message to modern society. It's about nothing, and yet it's also about everything.
The length as well as the plot suits the uncertain nature and feel of the story and the story mixes events that aren't uncommon with something completely unexpected..
But enough of my overblown unnecessary
analysis, I enjoyed reading "World's End Sabotage" and I hope that you will give it a try too.