MISC: More thanks and responss.
phillies at 4liberty.net
Thu Mar 24 19:10:15 PDT 2016
Many thanks for the vast number of comments.
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>> “Ummh, er, no. I have the good City playing set. He teleports, remember?
>> He could live anywhere,” Janie answered. “But, that’s odd. I never
>> thought to ask. I always get phone numbers and internet IDs from new
>> friends, first thing. I just never thought of it.”
> Oh shit, her crush really *is* Eclipse o3o
Didn't you just guess this in a prior comment?
>> Trisha, now dressed in a scarlet red pantsuit, cuffs and collar ornately
>> stitched in orange flames,
> Hmmmmm! Fashion? o.o Definitely my aesthetic. <3
Trisha has superb taste, sews extremely well at superspeed, and has a
wardrobe some of her friends would kill for.
>> Good. He has protected the line between his public and
>> private personae. That’s an absolute legal wall, like someone asking me,
>> Professor Lafayette, who my public persona is, not that it’s much of a
>> secret at this point.”
> Innnnnnteresting. So that's why she wasn't very concerned about maintaining that
well, THAT wall.
there are others. Imagine the nice elderly neighbor who you know is a
shape shifter who neglected to mention that he is also Darkseid or
Galactus or the Time Trapper -- all of whom postdate by many years much
of my interest in comic books.
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