Space Invaders: Part II

Home Correspondence Space Invaders: Part II

Last spring, my friend Dick, a history professor here, was riding in a Long Island airport limousine when it stopped to pick up another passenger, an elderly lady burdened with luggage and confronted by a garden gate that wouldn't open. After watching her struggle for a while, Dick . . .

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