META/LNH: And what was your favorite SW10 year?

Scott Eiler seiler at
Fri Apr 20 20:39:46 PDT 2012

Well, if it's Minarets in Manhattan, I've got a place for that too.  I call it Turkworld.  It has a functioning Dominion of Canada, but not nearly as centralized as what we know.  What *is* the Hudson Bay Company doing on the border with the U.S. and Indian Territory?  And I can totally imagine why a company might build a factory on the border, if national authority were sufficiently loose.

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-----Original Message-----
From: Andrew Perron <pwerdna at>
Sent: Friday, April 20, 2012 9:25
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Subject: Re: META/LNH: And what was your favorite SW10 year?

On Fri, 20 Apr 2012 01:12:45 +0000 (UTC), Scott Eiler wrote:

> ... My.  That's the kind of dream I used to have so often, I got tired 
> of putting them into stories.  Nowadays it would be a briefing from 
> National Security Adviser Wyatt Ferguson:
> "The Mexican state of Sonora has broken loose from national authority. 
> Criminal cartels are in control; they specialize in kidnapping.  U.S. 
> soldiers and one teleporting superhuman raided there, and found evidence 
> of mystic activity."

Heh heh heh.  Well, this was far more into the minarets-in-Manhattan-style
alternate history; a self-satisfied fascist state that bought into its own
reasons for existing and oppressing its citizens.  (And what I can remember
of the weather felt more like Canada than Mexico.)

Andrew "NO .SIG MAN" "Juan" Perron, and they somehow built a factory right
on the border.

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