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There was a presence, not of man or animal, but a presence nonetheless. It wanted–-it needed, and as it watched with inhuman patience–-for now–-it waited. I was once told by a fairly rational young man that to believe something isn’t possible, based on the judgment of quite possibly the smartest man on this planet, would serve as a terrible injustice to what could be—since the smartest man, or human, making this observation might just be a total moron in comparison to what could be out there. What could be out there. I used to use that word a lot… could.

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