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Words just lying around, waiting.
Voynich Manuscript: A mysterious, undeciphered manuscript dating to the 15th or 16th century.
Visit the Alligators (1993-1994):
The Trademark Alligator: How a new team did it right and still got caught.
The Restaurant Alligator: The information flopped around the office for weeks.
Surf Alligators live within the cusps of breaking technology waves.
The Mailbox Alligator: He sent it to an unknown person and wanted it back... before it was read.
The Feedback Alligator: It's mottled skin boasts an Escher-like pattern of lines and marks. When the tail wags this alligator, all hell breaks loose, and multimedia contracts can be severely strained or lost altogether.
The Credit Alligator usually appears late in a multimedia project and has nothing to do with MasterCard or Visa.
The TooBusy Alligators actually comprise a family of red-eyed uglies: VoiceMail Alligators, In-A-Meeting Alligators, and their sad cousins, Allnight Alligators.
"When the dead moose floated into view the famished crew cheered – this had to mean land! – but Captain Walgrove, flinty-eyed and clear headed thanks to the starvation cleanse in progress, gave fateful orders to remain on the original course and await the appearance of a second and confirming moose."
— Elizabeth (Betsy) Dorfman, Bainbridge Island, WA, grand prize winner of the 2014 Bulwer-Lytton Fiction Contest for bad opening sentences to imaginary novels.
A good story is always more dazzling than a broken piece of truth.
...Diane Setterfield, from The Thirteenth Tale