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There's a reason We Are Legion was named Audible's Best Science Fiction Book of 2016: Its irresistibly irreverent wit! Bob Johansson has just sold his software company for a small fortune and is looking forward to a life of leisure. The first item on his to-do list: Spending his newfound windfall. On an urge to splurge, he signs up to have his head cryogenically preserved in case of death. Then he gets himself killed crossing the street. Waking up 117 years later, Bob discovers his mind has been uploaded into a sentient space probe with the ability to replicate itself.

When an experiment to study quantum uncertainty goes spectacularly wrong, physics student Bill Rustad and his friends find that they have accidentally created an inter-dimensional portal. They connect to Outland - an alternate Earth with identical geology, but where humans never evolved. The group races to establish control of the portal before the government, the military, or evildoers can take it away. Then everything changes when the Yellowstone supervolcano erupts in an explosion large enough to destroy civilization and kill half the planet.

In a dangerous profession where it's kill or be killed, Mason undertakes the dirty jobs others would rather not do - and invariably don't possess the skills he does to get done right. While on an assignment, he's single-minded in his dedication and focus. When he's not, this warrior plays as hard as he fights. The last thing he anticipates is meeting the one woman he wants but can't have...and equally can't forget.

The rule for any reader to follow at home is simple: Subtract the margin of error from the top answer, and add the margin of error to the number-two answer. If the top answer doesn't still come out on top, it's wrong for the story to even hint that there's a difference between the two. If you spot this, feel free to cry foul.

Please refer to slide two in our presentation and note that our discussions today will include forward-looking statements within the meaning of securities laws. While we believe the expectations in such statements to be reasonable, there can be no assurance that such expectations will prove to be correct.

Please refer to Page 3 of the presentation where we summarized the third quarter results; higher oil and gas prices improved our financial results in the third quarter compared to the third quarter of 2009.

PHD candidate Meredith Chabrier is worried that the reduction in research dollars may push her out of the field she loves: brain science. Some of her professors UC Irvine have told her that after she finishes nearly a decade of education and training, there may not be enough work for her when she graduates. That's really hard to grasp," Chabrier said. [Southern California Public Radio, 5/30/13]

Shaka's target is an engine that a particular client had apparently placed a bid for. Sadly someone else managed to outbid them. Meaning this ship should've been fitted for the engine today. Shaka's eyes, hidden by his hood's shadow, narrowed. There it is. A beaten down boat that looked like it belonged at the bottom of the ocean it sailed. Shaka looked both ways and made his way onboard. Leaping high onto the deck.

His third eye was kept open. Workers. Merchants looking to establish contracts. Cliental. Yet no one of considerable power. And the ship? Empty. Odd but perfect timing is a thief's greatest blessing. Shaka pulled out a crude drawing of the engine, which should be located below deck. He silently opened a door and made his way downstairs where he met his target. A gigantic metallic piece of machinery. Large enough to eclipse Shaka completely.

And the engine once more. Where, next to the engine's drawing, someone drew an equal sized stick man. "This is fucking crazy. Not drawing a picture to scale is just lazy!" Shaka turned around. "I can't carry this thing for long. I'm not even sure I'm that strong. Even If I was, someone would see me from afar. Like a giant flashlight made from a star."

A tall purple haired woman stood confused in the midst of a busy street, standing before Ford's Ship Shop, a well known mechanics business in Nassau. She looked up and down the street, taking in the surroundings, almost as if she was trying to remember if she had been there before. She reached into her pockets as if to pull something out, but upon pulling her hand back out, she came up short.

"Oh gosh, I must've left the paper with my other body." She remarked, a sense of worry in her voice as she tapped her foot multiple times on the ground, contemplating on what she should do. "I may as well ask in here, at least they can probably point me in the right direction." She stepped forwards into the establishment. However, instead of reaching out to open the door, she simply phased through it like it was nothing, leaving the civilians passing by her on the street in confusion as they walked past.

"Is anyone here? I dropped my ship of here earlier to get fixed. I was told to be back in a few. My name is..." She stopped in the middle of her sentence, just before giving out her name. She stood perplexed as to what she'd need to say or think up to finish the remainder of her sentence, holding her hand to her chin and crossing her arms.

Her question was rhetorical. Henrietta was given liberty to correct and fix the ship to the best of her ability, and therefore she recommended as much stuff as she could in the contract. She knew that the woman was not entirely aware of everything she did, just that she signed off on it. She claimed to have expendable reserves of money, and so Henrietta made sure to give her the best ship that money could buy.

"Well, if my ship is where you say it is, then follow me. Your payment in full is on the ship." Esmeray responded, holding her arm out toward the door, signaling to Henrietta to join her as she phased through the shop's doors once again and entered the busy street, looking over the crowd to the docks a few blocks down. She began to walk, assuming Henrietta would catch up shortly.

Henrietta was often drawn away from her store, therefore she had the easiest system to close shop. She grabbed her keys, turned the lock on the door, and shut it, effectively locking her store completely. Though, it was not like that meant much on Nassau. It was a pirate paradise, and pirate paradises were often riddled with crime. If her store was scoured and robbed, locking it was just a measure for her to claim less o a deduction on her insurance. Everything was insured around here. 041b061a72




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