By Christopher Anvil
Humans—there's no knowing them, and no facing them both. or perhaps their planet. Pity the terrible extraterrestrial beings, whose shape-changing skill may still allow them to take over the planet Earth prior to the people even comprehend they are there—if it were not for all that omnipresent pollutants. Or reflect on one other set of invaders, from a planet the place the elements is often gentle and the altering of the seasons is infrequently visible. They land in strength and their guns are extra robust than these of the primitive humans—but they have by no means sooner than needed to care for below-zero temperatures, flash floods or tornados—not to say volcanoes. Then there have been the extraterrestrial beings who spotted how belligerent people have been, and gave them the ?gift? of TV-like units which might convey whatever at any place on the earth, which used to be absolute to result in warfare. think how shocked the extraterrestrial beings have been while the people took the devices aside, more suitable them, and commenced spying on every little thing the extraterrestrial beings have been as much as, everywhere in the galaxy. people are not making feel, they do not struggle reasonable, and they are making extraterrestrial beings all through interstellar house imagine heavily approximately pulling up stakes and relocating to a different galaxy!
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