About Humans are Weird: I Have the Data
If you are looking for epic space battles, if you are looking for generals winning victory through genius tactics, if you are looking for berserker warriors carrying empires aloft on their swords, look elsewhere my friends. Here you will find laughter.Here a quartermaster must discover why the humans insist that the mass produced broom, identical down to the molecule to every other broom on the base, is the “wrong” broom, and why and how they expect him to fix it. Here aliens learn the meaning of “enough C4”. Here a medic meets the challenge of understanding why a human thinks it can survive on chocolate cake. Here Monty Python meets Star Trek.
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Betty Adams lives in a particularly damp and remote corner of the Pacific Northwest and like a hobbit enjoys visitors so long as she knows them in advance and knows when they are coming. She was born sometime last century and will likely die sometime this century. She works winters on a small organic research farm when not writing and spends most of her time herding eccentric genius scientists (she is absolutely certain cats would be easier) with the help of her Great Pyrenees mix. Summers she spends nomadically wandering the Pacific Northwest in search of material for her stories and a regular paycheck for a biology major (she is reasonably certain those are on the Endangered Species List). She has several works published in the National Park Internal Database which may or may not be classified documents.