Billy Booksie was born to be a space alien. He would fantasize every day about all sorts ofspace type people. He would fantasize about little green men with BIG DOLLAR SYMBOLS on their breasts. Crawling around looking for substance. BILLY, would ask them about the substance. They would just say it was for the room,kept by THE OLD WHITE HAIRED MAN. He had a money gage and liked to watch Itofor numerous hours of the day.BILLY would blink his eyes and rub his far-head in a contemplating forum.
Again BILLY found himself dreaming. This was his favorite pass-time in his sojourn through life. It was his excuse to his MOM & DAD why his school work was all failing grades. But, really inside his mind was contemplating the conquest of the universe from GOD. He believed he could capture the booty of the universe for THE OLD WHITE HAIRED MANS money room. How he would place the universe in the room was perplexing.
Then one day, BILLY ,figured he could compress the universe into a ball ,the size of his dogs play toy. One DayBILLY laid under a tree,just like ISSAC and watched the apples fall. So he decided he would build a magnetic compression machine. This would alter the magnetism of the universe,so that they attracted with ultra-force as he called it. This would make all the planets and matter attract ,till it was mini-size in substance.
Then the idea of an energy computer could be formulated in space. It would be pure energy in a complex coordinated formulated entity. Being powerful and far superior than the stick on the drum type computers of today. He thought that maybe he could place this computer in the ball size universe and put that also in THE OLD WHITE HAIRED MANS money room.
BILLY being very tired from all the plotting went to sleep under the tree. Then to his demise the tide rose enhanced by global warming and carried BILLY out to sea. Where he floated with the seaweed and the undulations of the rolling sea.
With a sudden yell,hisMOM said,"it was late,and he would be late for school. BREAKFAST WAS READY."
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