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A big boy named Harry was excited to see his grandpa Harry was elevenso he was able to ride the last plane from London to the United Statesalone before the US was able to attack COME ON COME ON We haveto go Harrys grandfather yelled We have a long drive to theairport Its 2013 there are long lines in the airportThey arrived at the airport and Harry barely made the plane Harrysmother began crying as Harry was scared as the plane took off Harryenjoyed the first class treatment As Harry was looking out the window he saw a missile hit the plane The plane spun around out of control andcrashed in a field Harry tried to escape but the British caught himGet off me Get off me said Harry Come On said one of theBritish soldiers lets go for a stroll in the park Get offme Harry continued in the middle nowhere A helicopter came down topick up its passengers Harry stopped screaming and looked at thehelicopter because he was not expecting a helicopter to show up Geton said the soliderJust to cheer Harry up one of the soldiers saidwe are taking you to Santa I do not believe in Santa Harrysaid Too Bad HELP NoHarry got on the plane and said This is the most awful helicopterride ever Grandpa call the airport and asked where the plane fromLondon to the US was the worker said sorry sir the plane hascrashed Grandpa called Harrys mom and when he told her the news shestarted to cryHarry stared out the windowThen Harry asked one of the soldiers werethey in the war One of the solders said maybe Harry looked outthe window again and saw death everywhere Harry looked around and sawGeorge Washington and grinned Soon they were coming to a landing Whenthe plane came to a stop they put Harry in a shed that
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