The Pen ManifestoThe Pen Manifesto by triptychr
The biological history of the pen is quite marvelous. Emerging from the primordial inkwell as a simple stick, it evolved into an avian form, growing beautiful—if not impractical—feathers. Steady growth has led to pens that are now far more advanced than their ancestors, having developed self-enclosed circulatory systems and the ability to live in space, underwater, and even upside-down!
Pens continue to flourish, but should we, their human masters, celebrate their progress? Or are they perhaps striving toward a future where they will no longer have need of us?
Take heed of the latest development in "penetical" technology: anti-bacterial properties. The pen breeders are touting this as the new wave for the healthy workplace. Imagine: your pen, free of disease! You bet the aliens in War of the Worlds wish they'd had these pens (and if we've spoiled anything for you, read a book). But beware, for these claims have a devious spin. If you take a c
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