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TITLE (EDIT)
The Invasion
DESCRIPTION
An intriguing story about a young boy and the deception carried out by his former best friend.
[263 words]
TITLE KEYWORD
Crime
AUTHOR
Wendland
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
A wonderful story when a friend steals
[November 2007]
AUTHOR'S E-MAIL ADDRESS
johnnybmwheather@aol.com
The Invasion
Wendland

On a cool day in Novemember two kids named Moe and john planned a day to make a video commicerl for school. The commicerl was about the y m c WORM which was a fake worm training academy. Moe had came to John's house but he forgot script so we went to hishouse to pick it up, their printer had a problem so moe ran to neighbors houses , but moe's mom got the computer and printer to work . We rushed home to do our project. before we did our project we played a few games. then moe went downstairs while we were cleaning.He secertly snuck our mail in his waistband we came down and had no idea that my best friend stole.Later on we did the show but he refused to tuck his shirt in,why. So we went on with the show. After the show john and moe went to moes house John's mom calledand asked me to ask moe if he saw the mail he said "no" while crossing his fingers. moe went in his closet (that is not a walk in closet)and hid an envelope and brought out a magic trick . He surprised me with the magic trick. Later on Moe brought up the fact Crossing your fingers means basicly you can lie. Then it was time for john to leave moes house his mom took me home and said " moe you're in charge" .Then when john left Moe distroyed the mail and john's family never knew what was in there and john never got it back

 

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"For your own's sake and for the benefit of those who've had the misfortune to read some of the crap you've posted, go to school, complete your study of English grammar, punctuation, etc. before you try to write anything. Please! It's painful to read this stuff. " -- Lester.
"Phenominal piece. I was inspired and intrigued by your candor. That other reviewer is full of beans and doesn't realize the potential of a future crime author. Thank you so much for invigorating me in this way. I will be back for more!" -- Sheila, Discovery Bay, CA, USA.
"to great writer thaonk ya you for you great seating in wonders of that story: grena" -- grena.
"God help the future of this country! When we have childlike minds like Shiela applauding this work and claiming to be invigorated by the work of a future crime writer, we know we are weaning a nation of fools. Three things this generation will never possess are wisdom, common sense and especially, the ability to recognize either one. " -- Richard.
"I must ask Sheila from CA this question. Are you serious or are you just trying to bug Lester? This writer has done more to destroy the English language in 263 words than all the incoherent ramblings of 100 other bad writers on this site. It's painful to plow through the garbled and inconsistent use of tenses, mixing first, second and third person's speech at will. Then there is the lack of proper punctutaion throughout, the failure to capitalize proper names half the time, and misspelling the word commercial not once, but twice. Finally, even after visually editing the spelling, grammar, and punctuation, as a compassionate reader might do, I still can't find a story or plot. The closet thing to a positive review from any sane reader would be, "What the hell was that all about?" " -- John Lyndon, Miami U (OH).

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November 2007
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