The Discovery Karl and Sharol were a typical couple, but their love was unique and beginning to bloom. They were swimming in a quiet tropical lagoon to enjoy their separate short vacations as much as possible, for they knew what the winter was like where they came from. They had met on-line and actually lived hundreds of miles apart, but now, they were together and alone at last. He swam down almost six meters to the sandy bottom of the lagoon and signaled her to join him. The refreshing turquoise-blue water was practically glass-clear, and she reached him shortly with a pair of wide swim fins. He only wore goggles, but she was wearing an oval mask and clear silicone snorkel. There was no comparing her beauty underwater, and he especially thought her pursed lips and mouth were ravishing. In fact, she almost laughed into the rubber tube when he drew his finger across his lips and quickly smi
The Dawson Interview The Warren Harley Show was about to begin, and the guests were ready for it. The program was a social and science feature that aired once a week and presented men and women at the forefront(s) of knowledge, politics, and various events. There were many whys, whats, and hows asked before an audience, and often, as many questions were brought anew as answered. This time, the guests on the show included Frank Dawson, a social and political scientist, Eva Conner, a marine biologist, and Janet Dumane, an astronomer specializing in cosmology. Dawson was intended to be the center of attention here, as to set aside the scientific portion of the program. He had also been a contributor and consultant on many other area and national news networks. Before their introductions, the two women gazed curiously at him and wondered what he would say. After all, he was
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