MISC: The Girl Who Saved The World Part 20
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Mon Jan 18 05:02:55 PST 2016
On 1/2/2016 10:28 PM, George Phillies wrote:
> The Namestone was safe in its jar. I wasn’t
> going near it until I was completely recovered. It lurked behind a
> quarter-inch of impervium. People looking for signs of my using it
> would be sorely disappointed.
This reminds me of posts on what to do if you won the Powerball.
> Now the League of Nations Secretary-General was on the video. He was
> throwing three kinds of fit. He was outraged. I didn’t do what he told
> me to do.
Pretty much the sum of it.
> The news showed the drawings. They made my hair
> gold-blonde. I’m square-jawed, not pointy-tulip jawed. The garb looked
> impractical. It was way too tight to move easily. Lots of girls, ten
> years older than I am, would happily kill to have the figure in the
> drawings. I’m much happier to be me. How did the artists go that far
> wrong? Possibly Namestone showed them someone who was not me.
So pointlessly generic female character art is the Namestone's fault! OF COURSE
Drew "so spandex" Perron
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