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The Hot

Estella built her restaurant out of pilings, sticks, and assorted debris she found discarded near the shore. She began selling her pork tamales and soon gained a reputation. People from all over Mexico traveled to try them. When touristas entered … Continue reading

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Stinky Cannon Balls

While colonists settled in at Humphrey colony, construction continued apace. Jeffrey and his friends explored this alien world. Climbing Menlo’s mountain, they walked past a construction sign warning people away. Soon they encountered Mahouts guiding a massive Gahinder. The massive, … Continue reading

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The Oversimplified Solution

George was taking pictures of the stars when he saw a huge area with no stars. He called the local astronomy club and all 112 of them rushed out. Soon the national press appeared. CNN broadcasted a Special Report about … Continue reading

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The Tough Crowd

The alien spaceship landed atop Bloomingdales. The God-King emerged. Its immeasurable charisma and beauty had conquered hundreds of worlds. From the speakers, it spoke about curing all Human problems. It intended no such thing, but slaves liked it. New Yorkers … Continue reading

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Just Go With It

People disliked Whitney on sight. No one knows why exactly. He was polite and friendly. He stood a mere 5’6″ and weighed 130 pounds. Rumors spread about him. Some tenants whispered he was a CIA assassin, others claimed he was … Continue reading

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Exhaustion

Nogal belonged to a race of aliens that could shape-shift. This ability was so integral to society it was part of education. To graduate from college, every student journeyed to Earth to study Humans in the form of a useful … Continue reading

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The Greatest Game

The man on the screen wore a heavy-duty parka. Powerful Antarctic winds blew behind him. “How’s are the negotiations going Dr. Hebron?” said American President Aaronsson. “The Diplomacy Game is always challenging,” said Hebron. “The alien diplomat is difficult.” “Are … Continue reading

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