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A Concord jet has landed at ERIA and travelers watched with trepidation as a mysterious box was offloaded.

“This is like, the um, same place that we had a zombism outbreak,” said one baggage handler. “Ya know?”

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Recent sightings of a notorious smuggler, first at an AI Warehouse in Windhill City (link), and then at Honah Airfield flying a Coastal Patrol craft have raised questions about smuggling operations.

“We really have to wonder how far reaching the smuggling goes,” said the diminutive new spokeswoman for the WIA. “And how a smuggler is doing reconnaissance flights in a CP helicopter.”

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XIdiscoversAs seen in the picture, the sub was discovered using a submarine and remotely piloted drone.

Surprising marine biologists and navies, famed explorer Xi Larnia has discovered a hereto unknown vessel in the Ice Sea.

“It’s hereto unknown,” said a Waterbank University professor, “there is no record of it anywhere.”

According to a source on the Xi expedition, the submarine appears to have “broken down” while running along the sea bed. “We found some disturbing things inside. Swizzle sticks and broken bottles of soda and East River Merlot.”

The head of the expedition was soft spoken about the tragedy that had befallen the craft. “There is no reason for anyone to create a spritzer with an East River Merlot. They were courting madness.”

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This promotional photo of a ULF tank recently came across the desks of WIA, and they are perplexed.

“The ULF has been gone forever,” said one analyst in a bar at 7 am. “We have no idea what this means. It looks like it’s an Astaro LFT (link), which is also surprising. They’re the lowest prim tank out there, and this thing is blasting away at the test ranges of Citrine {see previous posts}.”

KittyH2 After a passport check at Hollywood Airport, questions about the real identity of the Blake Pilot have arisen, causing some people to wonder whether the adventurer-pilot is actually Captain Wallaby.

According to fans, there is a resemblance between the two, and when an aggressive customs agent saw something unusual in the Blake Pilot’s passport, he hit the alarm.

“It was just ketchup,” said the Blake Pilot from a holding cell at Hollywood Airport. “I eat while I fly, that’s all.”

Customs has claimed that the passport may be fake and has sent it to a lab for verification. “Yeah, we saws tha ketchup, but then the photo popped off. Looks like he used chewing gum to keep it on,” said the Hollywood Airport spokesperson.

The Blake Pilot has been detained until the matter is settled.

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State Troopers are nowhere closer to solving the mystery of the two loggers discovered in the Prototype forest, according to a councilman in Prototype.

“They’ve got nothing,” he said loudly inside the Rodex Cafe. The councilman, who seemed to have been drinking, went on at length disparaging the State Police. “They’ve been searching here and there, but what’s it gotten them? One day they think it’s the local union at SZYM, the next the janitor at GTMD, and then they’re looking at reporters in Waterbank. C’mon! Everybody knows it’s Bigfoot!”

State Police declined to comment on the allegations, saying only that “there is only cursory evidence of Bigfoot.”

Pippen1 Surprising the WBA and our staff, the Grace Development Agency plan for Pippen improvement has been taken up by PLMC, the Pippen Land Management Company – at least in part.

“Several portions of the plan were unrealistic,” a staffer at PLMC told us, “but everyone liked the idea of more water space.”

PLMC is currently going over construction bids, and lining up the ambitious project that has now been removed from public view.

“PLMC is NOT all that it seems,” said one outspoken member of the Pippen Merchant Association. “They have a shady history, and I know that they have secret goals in taking up this project. I’ve been hearing rumors of all kinds of strange things and they won’t let us see.”

The PLMC is not listed on the WSE and has not public oversight.