• Title: Help Wanted, Human: No Experience Necessary
  • Author: Stephen Wytrysowski
  • ISBN: 9781603139205
  • Page: 381
  • Format: ebook
  • Help Wanted Human No Experience Necessary The autobiography of Stephen Wytrysowski alien interpreterE ALIENS ARE HERE Now How Do We Get Rid of Them You ve seen them on TV You ve read about them in the Global Inquisitor Now read the tell all
    The autobiography of Stephen Wytrysowski, alien interpreterE ALIENS ARE HERE Now How Do We Get Rid of Them You ve seen them on TV You ve read about them in the Global Inquisitor Now, read the tell all autobiography by Stephen Wytrysowski, of the US Interpreter Team and the subject of much of the controversy surrounding U.S Alien relations Why are they here Are theiThe autobiography of Stephen Wytrysowski, alien interpreterE ALIENS ARE HERE Now How Do We Get Rid of Them You ve seen them on TV You ve read about them in the Global Inquisitor Now, read the tell all autobiography by Stephen Wytrysowski, of the US Interpreter Team and the subject of much of the controversy surrounding U.S Alien relations Why are they here Are their intentions as benign as they would have us believe Can we make money of them What atrocious humiliations are our citizens being subjected to at their super secret base And what is their obsession with anal probing anyway Steve reveals the answers in this book that our government does not want you to read Because it s too funny

    One Reply to “Help Wanted, Human: No Experience Necessary”

    1. Writing a good story via journal entries is a difficult task, and one that I would never attempt. It is taking first person narrative to an extreme, and you have to completely embrace and understand your protagonist. When presented with a character like Stephen – the “writer” of this tale – there are many hurdles that can distance the reader from the narrator: his obvious lack of education and worldliness, his stilted language and simple voice and his overall naivety. But despite cultura [...]

    2. Stephen is a young twenty-one year-old, high school educated, no future, and lands a job as an interpreter for visiting aliens when they set up a base in the States. Surrounded by fellow recruits and aliens whose customs and behavior are often incomprehensible, Stephen embarks on a period of training at the alien base, getting to know his fellow students and the alien ‘Smash’, his mentor. He gets prodded, scanned and manhandled by an unwitting alien, which causes not only emotional trauma fo [...]

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