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By Jeff Brown

Stanley Lambchop has came across a true magic lamp with a genie inside of! The genie tells Stanley he can want for whatever on this planet: popularity, a mystical puppy, superpowers -- you identify it.

When Stanley's kin reveals out concerning the genie, they've got a few needs, too. however the extra needs Stanley makes, the stranger his personal lifestyles turns into. Oh, terrible Stanley!

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From above I heard a shout, and looked up. He had come forward to the balustrade, and was leaning over. " and his arm went out in a gesture towards the southern end of the bay. I ignored it. Whoever he was—some guest of Julian Gale's, presumably—I was going to have this out with him here and now, while I was hot with temper; not wait until I had to meet him at some polite bun fight of Phyllida's… "But you really mustn't shoot at dolphins, Mr. Whosit, they do no harm…" The same old polite spiel, gone through a thousand times with stupid, trigger-happy men who shot or trapped badgers, otters, kestrels—harmless creatures, killed because some man wanted a walk out with his dog on a fine day.

But this time I ignored the lead. " The Tempest was his swan song," I said. "I saw it at Stratford, the last performance, and cried my eyes out over the 'this rough magic I here abjure' bit. " She laughed. "I doubt it. Didn't you know he was practically a native? He was here during the war, and apparently stayed on for a bit after it was over, and then, I'm told, he used to bring his family back almost every year for holidays, when the children were young. They had a house near Ipsos, and kept it on till quite recently, but it was sold after his wife and daughter were killed.

He had been looking down at the picture without expression. Now he smiled. "Oh, it's genuine enough. Spiro tamed the beast for me, and it would come right in to play when he went swimming. It was a most cooperative creature, with a lot of personal charm. " "Yes. I've just been down for a swim, and it came to take a look at me. " said Phyl. " "Someone was shooting at it," I said crisply. " I glanced up at Godfrey. "When I was down in the bay, there was somebody up in the woods above, with a rifle, taking potshots.

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