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Charles Hice

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105Futura105 105Futura105 In the futura the very near


In the futura the very near they will outlaw time travel shower shoes and bananas In 20 day factor 2035 D.C. the Universal Court of APEALS voted to ban all the bananas from the collective hive. No more slow boats from China no more Afrikaans Queen. No one may buy or sell them they are just junk not needed by the hive everyone within the Jurisdiction of the Mark of Satan will live without the bananas no one will miss them at all. Shower shoes were banned made of rubber they called them flip flops were also banned people should wear real shoes upon the land the Court of Athlets decided this in a scattered vote. Many otherwise very well endowed intelligent people wear junk upon the feet not suited for outside. All the members who have the number from one to 731 were presently employed they each one voted yes or non and the Universal Court of Travet decided to outlaw the time machine of the Android CharlaX and he is now an outlaw long gone lost in time the professor dead for Aeons now repairs had better not be needed now at all. The ship was hard to hide today the invisibility was gray the shadows fled away and ewe could plainly see the thing from close or faraway. Oh the problems that an androids face in futura.

Submitted: Thursday, September 18, 2008
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