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A man in a bar has a headache, but it's not from drink.
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Wilbur Murphy sought romance, excitement, and an impossible Horseman of Space.
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The Dome of Eyes made it almost impossible for Terrans to reach the world of Tepokt.
I was buried in one of those profound reveries to which everybody, even a frivolous man, is subject in the midst of the most uproarious festivities. The clock on the Elysee-Bourbon had just struck midnight. Seated in a window recess and concealed behind the undulating folds of a curtain of watered silk, I was able to contemplate at my leisure the garden of the mansion at which I was passing the evening.