Traffic Squadron: Roadranger Chapter 20Title: The Black Fog
One day, it was very foggy in the city. Not many people were walking on the sidewalks. Not only were they worried about running into another person, but they also we worried about running into a monster sent down by the Velocity Star Gang. The Roadrangers were at home for the fog. Kristy was taking a look at how foggy it was outside.
Kristy: I never quite understood how fog worked. What exactly is it anyway?
Ace: The fog is droplets of water that is going back up into the sky.
Kristy: So it's like raining in reverse?
Ace: You could say that.
Kristy: I sure am glad that fog doesn't get into the house. Um, could fog get into the house?
Ace: I don't think so.
Mr. Foxtrotter: Unless your house doesn't have a roof.
Mr. Foxtrotter: I'm just joking, Kris.
Kristy: Oh. Hehe. Good one, Dad.
Ace: Is Mom out doing her grocery shopping?
Mr. Foxtrotter: Yes. But she has been gone for quite a while.
Kristy: I sure hope nothing has happened to her. She said she'd get
Traffic Squadron: Roadranger Chapter 19Title: Fried Octopus
One day in the city, there was a poodle man who came up to a burger stand.
Female Cat Stand Owner: What will it be, sir?
Poodle Man: I'll take one cheeseburger please.
Female Cat: Coming right up.
And the cat went to work to make the poodle his cheese burger. While he waited for his cheese burger, a tentacle came out of a man hole and went over to the poodle man's leg. It grabbed onto it. The poodle felt something on his leg. He was nervous to look. Right before he was about to look, he was flung by the tentacle into the air.
Poodle Man: AAAAAAAAH!
The cat finished the burger, but when she went to give it to him, he was gone.
Female Cat: Where did he go? Must have had to go to wo-(Feels something on her leg) What is tha-
But before she could say anything, she was flung away. By the tentacle. Elsewhere, at a library, there some people who were reading some books. A bear was reading a book about cooking. He was studying to become a chef.
Male Bear: I wonder what sort
TSR: Bovine Bonding Part 2 (Cow TF)It was an awkward couple of weeks following the revelation for the cattle. Raven and Chelsea were occasionally questioned on why the farmer held them in high regard and how they could keep their bodies and milk performance up with their unique circumstances.
They often quickly deflected it by acknowledging that the “weird fur” on their head means they were no ordinary cows. Chelsea also brought up how she’s heard rumors of a two-headed cow in another farm in the country. Raven at first thought she was making it up, but given her unique upbringing, anything seemed possible. She then decided to stop questioning it because she realized how much she related to that mutated farm animal and wanted to stop thinking about it.
One day after their daily milking, Raven was chomping down on feed alongside Beth and Anna. Normally, she’d be sick of another day with alfalfa and hay as the main course, but she felt it came up better as cud than some of the other fodder.
Traffic Squadron: Roadranger Chapter 18Title: Don't Be So Crabby
It was a sunny day on the beach. The Roadrangers all decided to spend the day there.
(Kristy is wearing a red skirted bikini, Vicky is wearing a white one-piece suits, and the male rangers are wearing swim trunks of their respective colors.
Jack: It's great that Speedstar was able to pay for this trip to the beach.
Benji: We certainly needed a break since we've fought against the Velocity Star Gang.
Ace: I haven't been fighting the Velocity Star Gang for as long as you all have.
Kristy: Don't you need to have a break as well, Ace?
Ace: I guess I do, Kristy. Although I just got my own giant robot.
Dale: That thing was quite mighty.
Vicky: I agree. Makes me kind of jealous.
Kristy: Oh Vicky. Let's just enjoy this glorious day.
Jack: Yeah. There is so much we can do here. So let's get to it.
The Roadrangers playing volley ball with Kristy, Jack, and Benji one team, and Dale, Vicky, and Ace on the other.
Jack: Here comes the ball. (Kicks it over the
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