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Fissure stones



A creamy colored tan, white a milky white marbling with a clear crystal with
a large black and gold speck. They said to be Sirfissrite, only one other species had ever been found, it is believed to be from another world. Maybe this one might have us gain insight to were the other came from. My worry is that this maybe a planted price from some foreign country. It was for nd in the caves that C.V.I. had produced ironized solid oxygen, used to make the spaceship Stackule, the one which is said to have flown to Venus and Jupiter. It's possible this maybe from Venus or even Jupiter, but that was 98 years ago, we don't know what capiblities these madmen have, they maybe cloaked standing here right now listening to every word we say. Speaking of which how did that date go last night I hear you were seen with a hottie. Well Professer Helter if there were invisible men in the room, I could be in trouble because Ms. Sulker has a jealous ex husband, and she couldn't keep her hands off of me! You don't say my boy, know it's nothing you can't handle. Everything's alright got another date tonight. Just don't let it interfere with your work, this is important.
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Submitted by allanterry542curtis_2 on September 26, 2021

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