MISC: The Girl Who Saved The World 19
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Sun Jan 17 20:56:57 PST 2016
On 12/29/2015 9:32 PM, George Phillies wrote:
> Today I was going to start dyeing my hair again. By now there were
> probably ten million personas, not to mention most of the world’s
> billion people, all looking for me.
Hmmmmm, smaller population, interesting.
> Notwithstanding Twain’s famous story, almost no one will look at a girl
> and think ‘this could be a boy in disguise’, let alone the other way
It's true - most people take things as they are presented.
> however, to the little boy who had grabbed his family’s camera, pointed
> it up as he ran, and snapped image after image. Most of his family was
> safe, and he had really strange pictures. Tentacles. Claws. Teeth.
> But they weren’t attached to each other, and moved in wrong ways. A
> pair of images clicked in my memories. Those weren’t pictures of a
> standard quadridimensional object, but it was something like that.
Ooooo, fascinating. Is this a consequence of taking the Namestone, I wonder?
Drew "or is it just A Thing That Happens Sometimes" Perron
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