LNH20: Tales of the LNH v20 #1: Fall and Rise Part 1: "As The World Wakes Up From History"
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Sat Jan 28 21:56:54 PST 2012
On Sat, 28 Jan 2012 19:27:15 +0000 (UTC), Lalo Martins wrote:
> 1: I believe it was largely Mr. Thingy and Kid Enthusiastic's parents who
> did most of the work, which means they're extremely respected in
> Netropolis (this before Mr. Thingy left The Network to start the Net.astic
> Nine, assuming he was one of the founders, which honestly I have no clue)
*nods* And I'm going to state right here that Kid E's mom was far more the
technical one. More of an engineer than a scientist; Mr. Thingy was the
idea guy, but she's one of the best at actually putting things together.
> 3: I made a passing reference to the specific case of phone lines, how
> the Network guys invented something to connect Net.Town to the main hubs
> which would later be the inspiration for cell phones.
Would it thus make sense that they arrived a bit earlier in this world?
> 5: As for where it moves to (and what happens to the places it leaves
> behind), my impression is that it more or less realigns reality, like
> Scott said; just like most people feel like the LNHQ has always been in
> whatever part of town it happens to be, I think after it moves, nobody
> can point with certainty to where exactly it was before, although
> everybody remembers it was “thirty minutes from San Francisco” or
> something like that...
I don't know, I actually prefer tracking its movements (and those of the
LNHQ) just being part of everyday Netropolitan life.
Andrew "NO .SIG MAN" "Juan" Perron, Netropolitan ice cream?
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