Monthly Archives: November 2016

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How Mojo Saved The Planet Earth From Interstellar Invasion – the final part

Fifteen: This was not good. Mojo had eaten the “Boom”-makers thinking they were “Lunch” Now, there was no override command he could find to override the “Boom!” itself. The mice’s elaborate PR program of conquest and tomfoolery had never failed. … Continue reading

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How Mojo Saved The Planet Earth From Interstellar Invasion – the third part

fourteen: Mojo focused on his belly. Slowed his heartbeat. Breathed in …breathed out … breathed in … out … he read on an imaginary screen – ‘backup procedure: in the event the PROGRAM fails = backup; de-core anti-d-dimensional – n … Continue reading

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How Mojo Saved The Planet Earth From Interstellar Invasion – the second part

seven: A small door opened in the side of the hubcap, and a ramp extended to the ground. Voice: “Initiate backup procedure nine-one-ten.” “Done.” Two tiny figures descended the ramp. At the bottom, they removed their helmets … drew deep … Continue reading

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How Mojo Saved The Planet Earth From Interstellar Invasion

one: Mojo had a certain … quality about him. two: His lineage, if he had wanted to, he could trace back to the Caesars … perhaps further … which he didn’t … want … to … that is … it … Continue reading

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ever again

Just where you are – that’s the place to start. Penna Chodron  

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