In the Village

Get it? Aliens in an elevator.

In the Village

We throw phrases around, willy-nilly, without giving much thought to their other meanings. Well, here’s my take on ‘Illegal Alien’.

In the Village

It’s a simple message, folks. Wear a mask! Happy Halloween.

In the Village

It’s amazing how my mind works. Just imagine coming all the way to Earth from some far-off constellation like Alpha Centuri, Auriga, or Taurus, starting the shuttle to head down to the surface for a star-lit picnic with your sweetheart, only to realize that neither of you has brought the vittles!

Honestly!

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Are you there?

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An homage, obviously, to the inestimable E.T.

In the Village

We usually think of Alien Abduction as them taking us, but what if it was the other way round?

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There were times, once in a blue moon, when I actually made my therapist laugh. Although, it is possible he was being polite.

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If you’re an alien and you’re going to go to the trouble of visiting Earth, you should make sure you try everything at least once.

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I tried to picture the vices that aliens would have. Surely kerdoodles aren’t the only ones looking for an edge.

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Surely, even aliens have a pay day. Or do you suppose they fly all over the universe, gathering, abducting, experimenting and probing for free? I like to think they are among us, and they need somewhere to deposit their pay.

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Sometimes I find myself inspired. This was one of those times.

In the Village

One Horse Town

Some of my idea-rs are simple but in the execution they become somewhat Brueghel-esque. The process is simple: I scan the tableau I’ve created, and I ask, what do I need in that gap? The answer sometimes surprises even me. Suffice it to say that no matter what I come up with, there’s a story being told. The challenge for you, dear reader, is to figure out what that story is.

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