LNH: Possum-Man: Relinquished #8: Shadows and Silhouettes

Scott Eiler seiler at eilertech.com
Fri Sep 21 18:14:14 PDT 2012

On 9/20/2012 4:46 AM, Mitchell Crouch wrote:

 > "Oh, no!" came Mumiyah's hasty reply. "Come on, Deano, your father
 > will be very cross if we don't get started on your lessons...!"
 > "Oh, that's okay." Deano ran into the middle of the yard, and sank to
 > his knees, gripping the grass firmly with both hands as he squeezed
 > his eyes shut tightly. When he opened them again, his irises were
 > glowing a fierce green as his jungle came to life around him. "It's
 > not like he can do anything to stop me anyway."
 > And Sticks' jaw dropped like it was attached to a tonne of lead.

... oooh, plot advancement!

 > Honestly, Sticks hadn't seen Monica since the walk in the park where
 > he'd saved a kitten and been knocked out by the Vixen. It was the
 > strangest, darndest thing, but once the Vixen showed up, Moni was
 > nowhere to be seen. Absolutely weird, right?

I'm waiting for the plot twist where the Vixen is Moni's evil twin who 
keeps her under mind dominance.  8{D>

 > "So... yes. As... as Www.ollongong's... mightiest net.hero, I'll,
 > uh... well, you all know!" Pos slammed his fist down on the lectern
 > with as much force as his spaghetti limbs could muster. "I'm going
 > after the Vixen! She needs to be stopped, and I plan on doing just
 > that. If anyone," he looked at Sawley pointedly, "_anyone_ has any
 > idea where she is or what she's up to, they need to contact Officer
 > Hank immediately. And you can all get the word out and tell her: I'm
 > coming for her. She can run, but I will catch her. She can hide, but
 > I will find her. She can fight, but I will beat her!"
 > With that the cameras went wild, and the crowd broke into thunderous
 > applause, drowning out Possum-Man's finishing line of "Maybe!
 > Hopefully, anyway."

It's actually pretty awesome to have a net.hero press conference like this.

(signed) Scott Eiler  8{D> -------- http://www.eilertech.com/ ---------

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