Written by Hydrogen Balloon
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Topics: Aliens, Antarctica

Thursday, 29 March 2012

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The Alien Continent

New York, NY-- Leaders from around the world are beginning to discuss in public what has been known in private for many years. The continent of Antarctica has been colonized by extra-terrestrials. The alien race is willing to live in harmony with the human race, but they prefer to be left alone.

Antarctica is capable of supporting millions of human beings. Its climate is about the same as Moscow's or Stockholm's. The continent also has trillions of dollars worth of oil and natural gas, but it can never be touched. The space-aliens have forbidden human colonization, and have promised to destroy mankind if they are not left in peace. They do tolerate some science stations--but just barely.

All flying saucers seen around Earth actually come from Antarctica. The space aliens are very intelligent and curious, and they like to see what the human race is doing.

Although the conquering space aliens are very xenophobic, they do like to lie around naked all day and meditate, underneath the cold Antarctic sky. They come from a cold planet, and have no interest in Earth's temperate and tropical zones.

The nameless aliens love to hide in plain sight. Even preschool kids know of them and can easily identify them. They are known as 'penguins', and they are so much more than what they seem to be!

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