[NEW/LNH] Saviors of the Net #12.5: 'A <click> within the Darkness'

Tom Russell milos_parker at yahoo.com
Sun Jun 4 15:24:45 PDT 2006

saxon.brenton at uts.edu.au wrote:
> Mooshing a couple of replies together:
> On 1st June 2006 Arthur Spitzer wrote:
> [...]
> > Out of this, two races of Posters came into being.  The Net.Gods
> > and The Net.Trolls.  They divided the Net into many different parts.
> Hmm, now there's an idea. You're talking about a totally different
> group of entities of course, but it might be amusing, the next time
> Flipseid or his minions turns up, to have them referred to as not just
> the Dark Net.Gods of the Fourth World but also as the Net.Trolls of
> the Fourth World.  Flipseid would be coldly disdainful of using or
> even acknowledging the latter epithet, but it would be there just the
> same, and Fearless Leader could get in a good Captain America-style
> taunt-the-villain-into-making-a-mistake with it.

It'd be even more amusing to have Flipseid locked in mortal battle with
Barkseid, of the New Dogs and the planet Apoochcalypse.

It was the only creation of mine that I can think of that was
complimented by Badger, who otherwise despised (and rightfully so) my
stuff. :-)

> been set, but I have no idea why a USAer would want to follow up
> on that particular running joke.

Actually, if you look at just about anything I've written in the last
few years, I regularly employ the English spellings (for example,
colour, favourite, et cetera) for most words.

I do, however, use the American "z" in words like recognize, as opposed
to recognise.

My wife says I do it to be pretentious.  I guess I just do it because I
like it. :-)


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