By Don Croft <email@example.com>
November 17, 2004
She was pulling out of the alley behind Linda's house around
9:30PM and he was walking on the sidewalk, about 20 feet away, moving toward
the car and looking at the ground, as though he felt stung by being scolded--not
aggressive at all. She got in his head and he was thinking, 'I'm just walking
down the street lady-- What Are You Looking At?!' Her impression was that
he didn't realize he was in reptile form.
He was slumped a bit, about five feet tall, with a very long
tail; stocky but not fat; green
She figures that this was a typical local MKid.
As she drove away she kept looking back, expecting him to
disappear but he was apparently a 3D entity, as solid as you or I.
We've seen more MKids on that neighborhood than anywhere else
in town. It's only about six blocks from our own house. Maybe the gifting
we did there caused that hangfired metamorphosis--who knows?
I'm just offering this for the record. If you see anythign
similar, let me know, okay?
We first got an intimation that the reptilians among us are
having a harder and harder time maintaining human form when we shared Cbsworks'
'reptile hell' in suburban Los Angeles last summer ;-)
I guess it's worth noting that we don't particularly have
an onus toward any other sentient species. To me, they just make life on
earth more interesting than otherwise.
If they were to suddenly become aggressive in our little town
it would be a sort of penny arcade for a little while as the human majority
picked them all off but we just haven't noticed that the reptoids around
here, which are easy enough to identify, are direct threats.
It might be a little different in places like Los Angeles,
Las Vegas and Salt Lake City, where the reptiles might be the majority.
As far as we can tell, the more bloodthirsty reptiles are
still underground. I guess we may find out sooner or later. I don't pretent
do know much about any of this, of course.
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