Researcher Peters' Personal Journal
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Current WIP tales

- Collin Robob's Robot Catalog - A collaborative piece where writers can enter their own unique robot idea to be sold by the Robob's Robot Company!
- PSA's from Space - A collection of public service announcements from far beyond the stars. All sorts of problems plague even the stars beyond the view of our greatest telescopes, and sometimes we, or other alien worlds, pick up the spacewaves carrying public service announcements to the alien beings of unusual worlds.

Collin Robob's Robot Catalog

Hey, you! Do you like robots? Of course, you do! If you didn't, then why would you pick up a catalog to order one of Robob's fantastic mechanical models to place in your home! Take a look through the list of breathtaking pieces that Robob's Robot Company has to Offer!

PSAs from Space


Venus- It's Nothing Like its Blue Neighbor!

A group of teen Martians is arguing over which planet to hop over to for a "totally cool hangout". One Martian, a dark green chap with short antennae wearing an Earthling baseball cap, insists they visit Earth again. One of his friends, a cyan-skinned Martian with twirling antennae wearing an Earthling sweatshirt, retorts explaining they had been to Earth last week. After about a minute of silence, a third friend, a blue martian wearing nothing but a pair of Earthling sunglasses taped to his face, suggests they go to Venus.

A chorus of "ooh"s flows from the rest of the teens. The green fellow, visibly worried, questions this decision. His parents lectured him on many different occasions about the dangers of Venus. Tragically, his concerns fall upon deaf ears, only causing his fearless friends to bellow with laughter. This would spell their end.

The camera cuts to the five alien friends entering Venus' atmosphere, as dramatic music begins playing. They are doomed, as they lose control of the ship, and they crash down onto the deadly planet. A deep-voiced narrator states that planning a trip to Venus is just like planning your death. The scene fades out to a logo of Venus with a circular cross over it, and the words "Venus- It's Nothing Like its Blue Neighbor!" are placed under the logo.


Attack of the Moonmen!

The ad begins like a 1950's horror movie, with the title appearing in a scary font. The scene pans down to a pair of floating, cephalopod aliens are exploring the surface of Earth's moon, probing the ground for samples of lunar soil. A narrator asks the audience if this scene looks dangerous, then states that danger is right around the corner. A dramatic orchestral theme plays as the scene fades out over the surface of the moon.

A wave of darkness starts flying down the surface of the moon, and a group of mysterious figures forms in the shadows, showing nothing but glowing soulless eyes. The hapless octopodal aliens are overtaken by darkness and ambushed by the humanoid beings. They are dragged away from their ship and forced to remove their helmets.

For a few seconds, the POV is from one of the unfortunate aliens, who sees one of the horrid creatures until they blackout.

The camera fades into a view of the two aliens in their ship, both growing sluggish due to the cold the duo was exposed to. The same narrator from the beginning states that cold-blooded aliens could wind up dead in the freezing cold of the dark side of the moon.

"Remember, cold and warm-blooded folks alike. The cold can kill, especially on the dark side of the moon…"


More than a Gadget

Festive music plays as an Earthling family celebrates Christmas. The children begin opening presents, receiving all sorts of toys and goodies from Good Saint Nick. After opening all of the gifts around the tree, the parents bring out a particularly large present, which elates the children. They open the gift with gusto, revealing a butler-robot!

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