My earliest memory of using scissors was to mail in a coupon for a baking soda-powered submarine. The dotted lines looked easy, but it took me half the day. I clipped and clipped until each edge hugged the dots perfectly.
Now that I think of it, my psychiatrist is right.
Ronald Guell wrote this story.
A.L.Y.S. the android had run out of heavy things to lift in the laboratory.
“Why must you do this?” asked Dr. Snyder, her creator.
A.L.Y.S shrugged. “I now know how much everything weighs, except for one thing.”
“What’s that?” he asked.
A.L.Y.S grabbed him and hoisted him one-handed. “Seventy kilograms.”
This is the third in a series of seven stories from King Kool, who has previously contributed the Bumbling Magician and Kissing Frog series.