On a beach. Aliens come out of the water. Pseudopod things. They attack. Misunderstanding?
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Something about, what about Planet GXX3B (or something). It seemed a good candidate to support life if we could find flowering plants, something, something.
Next I am there. Starts as an aerial shot that looked like a computer game. The pseudopoddy things chase us. We can burrow and a general, me and another shimmy up
a tree, create what look like big wood pecker holes and are safe as the aliens cannot climb.
Next, big rectangular facility. Overrun with aliens. I try to explain my hypothesis. Then we are in a department store, but it has no roof. I am sms-ing Earth saying that the mining operation is unviable and they are operating at a 50% loss.
Something about patchy satellite coverage as there’s one communication satellite and it is in a low orbit. I can see it if I use my phone’s camera. The camera also loads up an astronomy program automatically.
Next we are headed back into the rectangular complex – it has been cleared of the aliens.
The doors shut before I get in. I wind up floating. I had a purpose for that, but the bad weather (windy) kept me from getting more than 10m off the ground. Location is now the park near my parents’. Complex to the west. A reporter and cameraman are there. Before they can film me hovering, I drift off to some bushes to the east.
They catch up and it is the Bizarre Foods guy. Says he’s been chasing me for ages. He had heard about my penchant for raw meat and “meat guessing?”. Where I take randomly sourced meat and wing it when i <seen> on it. Not sure if the cameraman was filming during this conversation.
I say the tenderest, most juicy meat I’d had was a bit that had turned green. Cooked the absolute shit out of it and was amazingly good.
Note: the bit about the green meat is from reality.
We also discussed that if a dig was being aggressive and growling, growling back at
it would make it go yipe/whimper