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We sat around a large square table that was evenly placed so that each person
didn't have to pull out their chair too far, hitting the wall behind them. The
skylight had a shutter of metallic color, maybe it was real metal-without
touching it, or examining the smell, it was difficult to ascertain any relevant
information to make a discovery, so I found it quite amusing-the way everyone
stared alongside with me-then we sat down when the Colonel did. "At ease"-his
voice was very commanding indeed and the scraping of wooden chair legs against
the silvery tile floor made a 16-low-g gravity hum against my left ear-My ears
pick up high and low definition, and they called it muting out the white noise.
I don't understand most of what they are saying right now, I was told to read
the contents of the envelope-there were mostly pictures and signs-they called
these things "codes"-I put them together with pictures then I solve them-that
is how I found Osama Bin Laden in the Nubia Mountains-near Khartoum. I cheated
on the actual finding, I used a dream sequence with real-time information, I
guess they don't like aliens taking part in their rituals-because they would
rather not believe they can help us-thats why they created me, and A.I.








D.E.M.-04 To be continued...

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D.E.M.


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