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Jun 2016
1:51pm, 26 Jun 2016
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A stranger materialised, who, upon further investigation, turned out not to be any stranger than he'd ever been.
Jun 2016
2:10pm, 26 Jun 2016
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But owing to an oversight in the oversight arrangements, there was more strangeness than had been confidently anticipated.
Jun 2016
2:20pm, 26 Jun 2016
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Red Squirrel
The stranger then dematerialised and semi-materialised. The half man frowned and forcefully tapped the sports watch on his wrist at which point his legs, which had been in a teleportic blur, appeared and he stepped off a slighly-frazzled patch of grass.
Jun 2016
2:34pm, 26 Jun 2016
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He saw a bench, by the duck pond. So he decided to go and sit down and read the Sunday paper
Oct 2016
3:13pm, 19 Oct 2016
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Red Squirrel
Anatole stroked his stubble thoughtfully while pulling at a piece of grass, caught in the grooves of his running shoe, with his free hand.

The park was deserted except for the stranger who had slunk off to sit quietly on a swing in the deserted children's playground.

A man in a worn denim jacket appeared from the edge of the wood which surrounded the park. Behind him, 2 other beings emerged from the shadow of the trees.

Anatole squinted with slight disbelief and focused strongly on the group. The man in the denim jacket was Bruce Springsteen. "He's taller than I imagined" mused Anatole, while wondering if he should introduce himself and wax lyrical about his favourite Springsteen songs, of which there were many. He'd always been a fan.
Oct 2016
8:44pm, 24 Oct 2016
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JJ Flash
I had always been hard, he felt, that no-one really wanted a fan in the winter.

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