SW10/HCC: March 2011: The Perils of the Wolf-Woman!
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Mon Mar 14 18:40:27 PDT 2011
On Tue, 15 Mar 2011 01:36:03 +0000 (UTC), Scott Eiler wrote:
> Andrew Perron wrote:
>> On Sun, 13 Mar 2011 03:27:55 +0000 (UTC), Scott Eiler wrote:
>>> ?WORLD JOURNAL MONTHLY
>>> March 6, 2011
>> Who's reporting this, anyway?
> Good question. The senior staff at the Journal are all co-editors now. The
> junior staff haven't graduated to their own bylines yet. They're probably still
Fair enough, though I was *really* wondering how the Journal got this
>>> The Wolf-Woman may
>>> lactate to feed her wolf-children, but she's still a virgin!
> I *tried* to explain that in the story. Neither wolf nor man would lay with
> her; she's too weird to appeal to grown males of either species. Even when
> Imperilus had her on a chain, he left her virginity alone.
See, I got that, but... wolf-children?
>>> The Unicorn and his children were posturing. Jo the Sasquatch knew when
>>> creatures did that, because she knew humans. So she knew what to do.
>>> Then the horned human lunged. Jo smacked his horn aside easily. But then the
>>> horned sea creature struck! Jo took a wound to her shoulder. But she smacked
>>> the creature aside.
>> Both of these feel awkwardly phrased.
> Maybe wrong phrase order in the first one and too many "buts" on the last one,
> I'll admit.
I was thinking to many "smack"s, but that's fair too.
> I might have sent the original message in "UTF-8" format. Let me try "Send
> Anyway" instead.
There we go.
Andrew "NO .SIG MAN" "Juan" Perron, charset us-ascii.
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