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on June 19, 2013 :
Oh my God.
This is wildly funny, and quite original. I was going to say that it deserves further development, but perhaps it should be left as it is – minus the handful ot typos and misspellings, of course.
The only comparably imaginative super-power I can remember is from Larry Niven’s “A Gift From Earth,” in which his protagonist discovers that he has a psi power over the muscles that control the irises of others’ eyes...and nothing else! Yours is quite a distance from anything I’ve seen before in this vein. Bravo!
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