SW10/WWW: Power Stars 1945 #4: I Feel I Should Know You...
phillies at 4liberty.net
Fri Nov 18 19:52:09 PST 2016
Ah. yes, time travel, and bad guys doing bad things. Many people in that
part of the world rebelled, repeatedly, sometimes with less success than
other times. Herr Auge seems to be remarkably good at dealing with
heroes, while on the other hand the grenadier's grenades seem -- alas --
to be somewhat ineffective. Of course, if the reverse were true the
story would come to a very rapid end. The other evil characters seem
less prominent for their effectiveness than Auge is.
Folks from 1945 ending up in 2006 are going to be very confused. That's
before they encounter advanced technology. I was able to write a report
using voice to text, in 2006. in 1970 or a bit earlier, voice to text
on Star Trek was someone talking at a typewriter, and to her
astonishment it typed. Amusingly, if they had had the (mis)fortune to
read exactly the right SF novel, they would have been unsurprised by
voice to text or wind farms. However, the required novel was Twiford's
Sown in the Darkness AD 2000, a military SF novel that rather resembles
the plot of Invasion America the board game. Twiford, however, was by
one report an Imperial Grand Dragon of the KKK, leading to some really
strange plot elements. Have passed through this bit of highly exotic
trivia, which you are encountering because at one time I was Librarian
of the MITSFS collection and had read much of its contents, I woudl urge
you to persist in what you are doing.
I am currently engaged in a massive rewrite of The Girl Who Saved the
World. I got useful criticism form an Amazo review of Mistress of the
Waves, namely I didn't fill in the other characters enough.
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