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The great invasionChapter 1:
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The weather was so sunny and hot, in that day of July, that going out of home was almost forbidden.
Light was dazzling and hotness suffocating.
Bart was in his room, wearing only his pants, playing Titanfall with his computer, his team was winning and he was first, with 60 points already, in the half of the game.
Playing, almost uninterruptedly, with this game for a month made him become a very good player.
Lisa was exercising with her saxophone and, as usual, all the others closed their room doors, because the girl was always annoying with her instrument.
It was the half of the morning, and Marge was advantaging with lunch, preparing it now, she wanted to be free for some minutes, later.
Marge will never be free as she wanted to do, in fact when she was about to finish cooking, she heard a roar coming from the road, and some other weird noises.
Bart and the others reached Marge, Homer asked first:- what the hell was that?!?-
Marge said an obviousness:- the only
The great invasionChapter 2, Springfield periphery:
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End of 5th to 6th of July.
It was completely night.
The sky was dark now, the power plant was destroyed, and the city was completely immersed in the dark, many stars were shining in a humid and black sky, even the Milky Way was visible.
There was a conjunction between Jupiter and Mars, which were about to set.
The group was moving up to the Springfield outskirts, more precisely up to Mount Springfield.
The letters of the Springfield name were still untouched, creating a big contrast between them and the whole city, which was only a cluster of ruins.
Lisa looked at her phosphorescent watch, it was almost midnight.
After a moment she communicated to the group:-I think it's better if we stop here for the night, but it's only a discussible opinion of mine, so I'd propose this: when someone has something to say for the group, we'll vote.
For now I've a proposition: we are going to stay here for the night.
Who agrees with me can lift up his/her hand, plus if