Space Janitor 163: The open trap (tempted)

Space Janitor (163) knew that if he wanted out of where he was, he would have to stick to his position. How long he could stay like that would be another matter to him. Denabol didn’t seem like he was much in the mood for negotiating. There was a smell in the air. Acidic. Space … Continue reading Space Janitor 163: The open trap (tempted)

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Space Janitor 161: Reasoning with the mob (the bargain)

Space Janitor (161) moved over to be close to the other dogs. Denabol regarded them all with suspicion. The guard dogs had moved up to be beside Denabol. Shep kept a close eye on everyone. “How did you get here?” Denabol asked the group. No one responded. “Answer your leader,” Denabol said, stepping even closer … Continue reading Space Janitor 161: Reasoning with the mob (the bargain)

Space Janitor 141-150: Compilation (collected entries)

Space Janitor (141-150) smiled and gave a shout. (Hi, Kieran here before you read on if you enjoy KieranMajry.com would you mind donating as little as $5 or even $1 to my PayPal because it really helps keep the site going.) “You’re doing great, thank you!” Space Janitor didn’t know if they could hear him. … Continue reading Space Janitor 141-150: Compilation (collected entries)

Space Janitor 160: Follow the leader (which one?)

Space Janitor (160) wondered if it was time to talk. Denabol seemed to be stuck looking down at his feet. “The question still stands Denabol,” Shep insisted. “If any of these dogs were to say they were done with the digging. Done with taking orders. Would you let them go? That’s all I want to … Continue reading Space Janitor 160: Follow the leader (which one?)

Space Janitor 159: Paws for a thought (An ethical question)

Space Janitor (159) understood that he had a bit of an advantage over Denabol. How long it would last remained to be seen. Shep was not letting anything go. All Space Janitor wanted was for Shep to give him a nod or a wink or some sign of recognition. Space Janitor understood that it was … Continue reading Space Janitor 159: Paws for a thought (An ethical question)