LNH: Cover Gallery #36i

Drew Perron pwerdna at gmail.com
Thu Dec 29 13:22:54 PST 2016

On Wednesday, December 28, 2016 at 9:36:53 PM UTC-5, Scott Eiler wrote:
> But this does come down to:  Plants and Meat are symbioses.  Mammals 
> never want to extinguish *all* plants, because we at least need things 
> for cows to eat.  Likewise should plants not want to exterminate *all* 
> mammals.

Well, fine, if you *really* want me to write a justification. ^,^ It'd make sense if this plant was following a destructive path simply because it was in the wrong context, the wrong biosphere; say, if it was adapted to an alien planet, or perhaps if it had been transported from the Earth of another era. Alternatively, it could be a terraforming weapon - possibly also by aliens who prefer a world with less oxygen, or possibly by, say, an ancient civilization that perished in the Great Oxygenation Event of 2.3 billon years BC.

> However...  The story needs a pivotal crisis.  I suppose if some canine 
> basketball player changes his habits so as to piss more upon one pivotal 
> tree (instead of, say, in Net.Adison Square Garden locker rooms or 
> something), he shall reaffirm the delicate balance of the symbiosis.  8{D>

Perhaps so. <3

Drew "Airless Bud 2: Most Valuable Pissing" Perron

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