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2FOTS - Chapter 5 - 7
I looked out over the chasm on an elastic neck to see the set of lights among the tile on the surface just twenty meters away. I reeled my head in and wondered if my need to look down had anything to do with a fear of heights. My current environment did not regard gravity as an issue so falling was not a concern, but going off target after shooting foreword was. This was just one corner of the inside of a large white ball; I could go flying off course and not find my way to a wall for a while!
I was stretched out on a snap race station, my hands holding onto the launch bars, and my feet pulled back a few meters, stretching my whole body out. I had done snap racing as a smaller hobby when I was growing up, but that was before I got athletically elastic. It was when I just did it over a swimming pool, and the rules were accommodated for it, landing in the pool and swimming for it after exiting the bowel. I never played to compete for best time though; I played alone to lea
2FOTS - Chapter 1 - 4
The Two Faces of the Sun
TourqeGlare Ben Wilson
For my part I know nothing with any certainty, but the sight of the stars makes me dream.
-- Vincent van Gogh
I had that dream again Its the dream of an unseen reality that Ive been having since I was a little girl, the dream that has always shown its strange world, making me wonder why it keeps coming back to try and deliver its indistinguishable message.
I looked up at the ceiling to see the silhouettes of the Terran species, floating and dancing about, drifting through the ceiling and walls as if they were the spirits of the dead. The strange ectoplasmic illusions usually came after the dream, as they always have.
I rubbed my eyes and then looked at my clock as the spirits faded away, 0144 hours. I sighed and got out of my bed to check my dream diary, which may help me find meaning to this vision. I opened my diary, a three ring binder, and turned
TotS - Asteroids 3.0.6 pt.2
Remember to look at part 1 first!
It's imperative that you do FIRST!!
I would like to find the person who came up with the name, Brenda paused, Hippopotomonstrose-squippedaliophobia and give him a swift kick in his junk, you know?
I looked up from my laptop and snickered at Brenda, who was using my other PC. I had abandoned my own search for an Asteroids competition, because Brenda did it for me without question, so I looked to Half Life instead; there werent going be any guitar lessons today anyway.
Lora was on the other end of the room, thankfully minding her own business. Unfortunately, there is no physical wall separating our two rooms, even when the design of the house said there was supposed to, so we could each intermingle in each others affairs.
I chuckled at Brendas venting.
Noun, meaning number two: a name for a fear that some hippopotami had called for, but got d
TotS - Asteroids 3.0.6 pt.1
Nostalgia is a mixed platter. The obvious thing about it is that it allows a person to cherish the fond memories of yesteryear, of a more innocent time when nothing went wrong, and you were free to have the most fun that you could on any given never-ending summer day.
Of course, nostalgia can also make a moron of those who cant handle it; mostly in the ways of revisiting it through a foray into the attic for your lost treasures, or finding a DVD set at the local Best Buy provided the company was nice enough to the market to do so, Stephen Spielbergs cartoons come to mind.
Finding an old nostalgic treasure can be a rewarding trip down memory lane, evoking all the great feelings you had as a kid, or, unbeknown to you as a child, depending on the show, it could have been a cheap way to cash in, and it causes your adult mind to destroy the memory with logic and disgust, putting it away forever.
As if things not being the way they used
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