Martin temporarily ages himself four hundred Martian years. He has been studying human old age, and figures one can only fully understand it by experiencing it. The one benefit however is ...
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Martin temporarily ages himself four hundred Martian years. He has been studying human old age, and figures one can only fully understand it by experiencing it. The one benefit however is that his mind is still as sharp as a tack, since Martian brains don't deteriorate with age. Martin decides that one of his acts as a senior on earth is to take a job as a warehouse night watchman since seniors don't want to be burden to their families. At work, Martin is interrupted by a couple of intruders, two elder spinster sisters, Tessie and Matilda Harvey. Their story: their estate, the possessions of which stored in the warehouse, is managed by Mr. Filbert. They want the proceeds of the estate to open their dream teahouse, however Mr. Filbert doesn't think it's a good idea. Just then, Mr. Filbert drops by the warehouse. He apparently is a thief of historically significant jewels, which he keeps for his own personal pleasure. One jewel, the Raja sapphire, he stores in one of the Harvey's ... Written by
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When Martin and the "suit of armor" are in the warehouse at 21:55, you can Martin's antennae rise past his shoulders before they "come out of his head". See more »