Saturday, June 14, 2008

Attack of the Baby Moons

It all started about three years ago. I began to notice baby moon hubcaps in the center divider of Highway 101 in Marin County. At first it was just a few, then more. On one hill near San Rafael, I saw at least ten. Then I began to see baby moon hubcaps everywhere. They began to multiply and spread to other highways.

At first I didn't think too much about it because cars loose hubcaps all the time, but then I realized that, now, very few cars have baby moon hubcaps. What are the chances of seeing ten baby moon hubcaps along the highway in less than five miles. The odds must be... astronomical.

I knew that my friend Greg rides on Highway 101 frequently so I asked him if he had seen an abnormal number of baby moons along the road. He looked at me with a strange disconnected blank look and said, "what's a baby moon.?" That's when I knew, he was different, he was not of my age, possibly not even human....

I've seen what's happening. They're here you've got to listen...

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