Odyssesus Saves the Children
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After Toddle Elementary caught fire, Tim and Karen realized they left their precious Androids inside the burning building and go to ask Odysseus a question.
Can we go get our precious Androids?
After their request to go save their precious Android is rejected. the insubordinate children run into the school for their precious Androids anyway.
While looking for the children in the burning school, to Odysseus' surprise, Circe appears around the corner and tells him of his prophecy.
What? No. It cannot be.
Tim and Karen will die.
When Odysseus finds the children with their precious Androids he notices that the flames are up to their ears, and the alarms are piercing.
"I carried wax along the line, and laid it thick on their ears."
"Odysseus does not tell his men of Circe's last prophecy," and so, "when Odysseus and his men set sail again, they are punished by death."
As Odysseus visits Tim and Karen's graves, and hold their precious Androids that were rescued from the fire, he realizes he is not a hero. The End.
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