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September 28, 2006

From the Comments: Jeff R.


The most disturbing thing was how little notice they took of us.

The ships landed, one a day. The first few dozen landed in Antarctica, and the pattern extended northward, landing on continents and ocean floors. Each ship extended some kind of drill into the ground, and dug.

Nothing we did even elicited a response. Some hicks tried to shoot up one ship, and still nothing. Some people wanted to bust out the nukes, but calmer minds decided we might not want their attention that badly.

Then five years later, they left. We're still not even sure what they took.

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