Tuesday, November 22, 2005


I want to start a new literary genre. My plan is to combine science fiction and erotica. I'm going to call this new literary genre "Robotica".

My stories will involve aliens, Earthlings, robots, and more.

By the way, I'm not specist. In other words, I'm not against, let's say, a Martian having intercourse with a being from Jupiter

If any of you readers have any Robitica story ideas, please share.

Thursday, November 17, 2005

11-17-05 STORY IDEA

November 17, 2005

I'm going do a zine of historical fiction. But first, I'll have to go and research some shit.

For example, my first story is going to be about a boy who takes his hamster to a rocket lift off. But first he puts hamster in a plastic ball hooked up to oxygen cartridges.

The boy somehow sneaks the hamster into the rocket.

The then rocket blasts off. [I'll have to research lift offs].

When they're in space, the astronauts discover the hamster. They're good natured astronauts, so they make it the official "rocket hamster". And give him the name "Ham Star".

After a few weeks of flying, the rocket reaches mars. And Mars, for some reason, looks familiar to Ham Star.

The astronauts are extremely overjoyed that they finally reached Mars. They're excited to get off the rocket and explore mars. So they suit up and start leaving. "Aha. I've got a great idea," one of the said,"Let's take Ham Star with us." So they grabbed him and headed out the rocket door.

The female [yes, a FEMALE astronaut] holding to hamster ball, slipped and fell. The slipping accidently dislodged the ball from her grasp. The ball went floating off on mars. The astronauts saw the hamster ball and decided it was too risky to go after it. So they let it fly off.

As the ball was flying, it started speeding up. It seemed like it was in a windy storm. It finally got sucked into a martian crevase.

In the crevass, the mouse sat there looking about curiously. Suddenly, a bunch of Martian hamsters emerge from hiding spaces in the cave.

These Martian mice are different [I'll have to research ways they can be different].

"Oh my god. It's an alien, but it looks like one of us," one Martian hamster said.

And it was.

A lot of earthlings don't know that all of the hamsters on Earth have actually evolved from Martian hamsters.

Now, I bet you're wondering how Martian hamsters got to Earth. The answer to that question later...

Wednesday, November 02, 2005

12-02-05 - 2nd post

I had a vision last night while sleeping. It was a vision enduced by Z-ray electralight. Because I normally use a Blibion machine to lull me to sleep, I usually get my fill of Z-ray electralights.