Tag Archives: Spaceship

Critical Supplies

At first, Sally and Dave were terrified when they saw the alien spaceship land. Even worse, the centauroid alien had a wolf-like head full of teeth. Turned out he was quite friendly and settled in to enjoy picnicing with the … Continue reading

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The Parking Fine

Officer Terkel hated working the Parking Enforcement duty. It was obvious punishment. Terkel sighed as he walked along the wet sidewalk. Sleeping with the Police Chief’s wife was fun, but stupid. Suffice to say, he didn’t take his job very … Continue reading

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Gone Fishing

The alien starship nearly crashed into Earth. Luckily, the crew restarted the engines a scant 300ft above a lake. All was fine, except a package of exotic food fell out. No one knew how it would affect Earth creatures. Unaware … Continue reading

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Something Vital At Christmas

Barry had always adored Christmas. His parents told him stories of Santa Claus and the elves and the reindeer. Barry soaked it all in and believed it with all his heart. Barry lived on the colony planet, Stalya, 62.4 light … 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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Propagating Idiocy

The spaceship landed in Oregon forests. Phelanth engaged the stealth fields, and the ship suddenly looked a camping tent. “Is that necessary?” said Phelanth’s wife, Aphaeria. “We Ipinians look like humans.” “Wow!” enthused their son, Egron, staring outside. “Trees! I … Continue reading

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Can’t Even Give It Away

The river tour was almost over when their guide, Singh, pointed to impressive ruins. “This was the castle of Prince Prakash in 1034 AD. He studied the secrets of time and space.” “Ooh,” snickered Lydia. “Did he achieve Oneness?” “No,” … Continue reading

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