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Patience in its Excess prt 2Several hundred years and many generations later.
Peon II: "Good morning your greatness"
OL II: "And a fine day to you as well."
Peon II: "Quite indeed, and I have a great idea for our potential conquest, and I got it from this Spaniard who just kicked the behinds of these Aztecs and whatnot some time ago!"
OL II: "Aztecs? Were they not under the dominion of the...the uh...Greys or the Reptilians?"
Peon II: "What??! Of course not! If they were then those guys would probably have something better than slings, arrows and feather armor to fight those other guys who were wielding muskets, horses and metal armor and whatnot!"
OL II: "Guess you have a point. I suppose it's kind of is asinine to suggest such a thing."
Peon II: "Anyway, this guy, Cortez, and his gang of Conquistadors who numbered in the...the..." *turns around behind him and calls out* "Hey Joe!"
Peon II: "How many tin can humans you said that invaded that big place called Tenichitatlia?"
Joe: "Hundreds at the lea
Patience in its Excess prt 1"Good afternoon overlord." An exhausted bipedal creature said to a well-dressed being.
"Ah, good afternoon peon. I heard that you wanted some explanation about our plans to take over the Earth?" The Overlord said in a deep, but cheerful voice overshadowed by its mechanical re-breather.
"Yeah, about that...are we actually going to do it?" The Peon asked, expecting a reasonable response.
"What kind of a silly question is that? Of course we are!" Exclaimed the Overlord
"Well, that's the kind of response that my grandfather received from your grandfather..."
"Wait, he told you about it?" The Overlord queried with shocked disbelief.
The Peon groaned out, "He complained about it daily."
An odd silence filled the room before the Overlord said, "That's weird, neither my father nor grandfather ever talked about that. I wonder why they didn't do it back then?"
Peon: "I'm pretty sure they have an ingenious reason for that. Anyway, right now the humans are flaying their own skin amidst a plague, f
Allegory of the Foreigner and the LocalImagine that you are in your own home country and you see a conversation between two people. One of them speaks your own language while the other tries to communicate to him in a foreign tongue. A language that neither of you understands. This foreigner tries and tries to communicate to the local in this language but the lines of communication could never be attached. Even after raising his voice, slowing his speech down or even writing boldly on a nearby piece of paper and then showing it to the local had not even an ounce of success. You might think that this man would be quite mentally ill due to his actions and thought processing. The problem is that this sort of even happens on a day to day basis. Not all of the time mind you, but some people can perform acts of irrationality that the vast majority of us would just shake our heads at, or just perform a few face-palms which is also appropriate.
Now, take that allegory and apply it to the crop circle phenomena. The
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