"I Was A Teen-Age Secret Weapon" is a very funny sci-fi story by Richard Sabia. A 1950's American teenager gets care-taking work at a psychological laboratory. In there, one scientist discovers that the teenager is the first human capable of causing others to be accident-prone, but that this is only possible in cases of crisis. The scientist sends our hero Dolliver Wims straight to War... recipe for hilarious disaster?
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The Communists never have a chance. They are prepared to fight with atomic weapons. The U.S. instead uses... Dolliver Wims, history's first recorded person capable of turning other people accident-prone. Wims is a walking disaster who never gets caught in the shambles he creates! With great good humor, Sabia turns his lens on what might have happened had the Cold War gone hot!
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