DESCRIPTION.has a backhoe, treads, 2 people, crystals, mining equipment, and it's a truck
CREATOR,Uly C. Mullis
STORY. "Come one come all to see the new generation of POWER MINER."said a salesman, "See the XX-1, X3-C and last, but not least, C-13." "Now are there any questions?”, said the salesman. Many people raised their hands, a little boy asked how they were better than other power miners. “Well they're free and computer controlled”, said the salesman. The boy said, “Well, first of all, if they're free doesn't that mean they're crappy, and if they're computer controlled there is no fun in driving them.” The salesman said, “Will somebody please just shut this kid up,” so the kid's dad shut his mouth.
Then I showed up. I said, “Hey, my name is Uly. I am an honorary power miner, and the kid is right without controlling them what's the fun in driving them if they're computer controlled. I duel you to a battle of the miners. You can use one of your vehicles, and I will use the crystal collector, but you can pick where we do it.” “Crystal cave, 4 o'clock, search for crystals for an hour. When the hour is over the one with the most crystals wins,” said the salesman.
2 hours later
The announcer said, “Here are the rules: only one partner, one vehicle, or one vehicle that carries the crystals, and one that digs them out. OK, ready, set, go!” Me and Evan were looking for crystals like girls chasing Justin Brickber, then we hit the jackpot. 50 minutes later we heard the bell. They counted the crystals. The salesman and I said, “A tie!” “Yup, 104 and 104,” said the announcer. “Wait,” said Evan, “I have one in my pocket. Here, an orange crystal!” We won, we won, we won! The salesman said, “I guess your crystal collector is better than all of my vehicles.”
This entry was submitted by Uly Mullis in the 8-13 age group.
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