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oct.5,06 According to my own words, this martian's spaceship fell to the earth,made a great hole in the mountains,around evening. Tim O' Hara, a reporter of the Los Angeles Times was passing by and the martian hitch his car,and went with him to his house. So the martian(Uncle Martin) befriended Tim and said that he would temporarily stay in his house or in earth,until he will find a way o return to planet mars. Rodrigo T.Vicente bsc-management Urios College Summary: I think it's a good story, because how can a martian come to earth, when mars is not inhabited by people. Does it mean that there is life from other planets,aside from us? butuan city,phillipines 8600

Posted 8 years 9 months ago by timothy

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