Andrew Preston's Stereotypes

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He was now in the most remote area and deepest part of the Amazon rainforest, uncharted, and completely isolated from any human soul. A perfect place for Hell, he thought. Who else would come to such a Godforsaken place except himself and his intended query? Even the trees above him were incredibly tall and foreboding, blocking out the harsh sunlight from time to time, a natural blanket that gave no relief from the constant humidity and biting insects. An unseen bird cried out suddenly and that startled him for a moment. He was unusually nervous and anxious at the same time. He decided to stop, have a cool drink, and think things over before moving on. Why in the world would they come here in the first place? He asked himself. In one…show more content…
Things that did not want to be seen or found. He was an excellent profiler and specialist in espionage activity. Nowadays he is known by less flattering names in the intelligence gathering agencies he has worked for eight years. Names like the mentalist mole, super-spook, ghost agent, remote viewer, and one of those Psi spies. He did not much care about that any more, even if it was true. He was not officially trained as a field explorer, but today he was as one, and expressed this fact to his handlers before his left. Nevertheless, despite his better judgment he needed to confirm his suspicions and precognitions in person before they faded away. At twenty-nine, he had already built a reputation for himself good or bad as the "Wonder Kid" in the CIA clairvoyant program who could find anyone or anything he was assigned to locate. Despite the hype or lack there of, he was proud to be a legitimate psychic spy in the espionage…show more content…
There is so much life here, he thought, and so many secrets. It would be a shame to lose all this to callous loggers and industrialization. Advance science and medical research depends upon the findings within a tropical rainforest. New bugs, new plants, new trees, and on rare occasion a new species of animal can be found here. Any good biologists, botanists, geneticists, medical scientists, microbiologists, and zoologists knows that a possible cure for cancer may lie just under the bark of a mysterious tree waiting to be discover or the world 's most deadly virus waiting to kill
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