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The Signal

Gerald sat before his his laptop and patted the strange-looking ball beside it. “With my antennae, I’ve homed in on the signal.” “What signal?” said Bryce, munching on Doritos. “From the alien ship. I conducted a study and proved this … Continue reading

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Sunshine, At Last – The Speakeasy

***Warning: Adult Subject*** Sunshine, At Last She couldn’t remember the last time she’d seen the stars. She missed the feel of sunshine. Mindlessly, she reached out to the food dispenser and withdrew a handful of kibble. She ate without tasting. … Continue reading

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