MISC: The Girl Who Saved the World, Part 52.

Drew Perron pwerdna at gmail.com
Fri Nov 25 00:45:59 PST 2016

On 11/24/2016 3:10 AM, George Phillies wrote:
>> I love how full of *weird history* this world is. It feels sort of like a world
>> that's the outcome of a game of Civilization V with a bunch of weird-ass mods?
> It is far fuller of strange history than can readily be imagined.

Gooooood :D

>For some reason the following was not actually in the text of the message and
 > had to be captured from the ether, pasted down, and copied:

Yeah, I have no idea how Google's digest function works. @-@

> "The distance between the two worlds is unnaturally short... the atmosphere of
> the one barely thins before the atmosphere of the other starts.
> I've had dreams like this."
>As seen live on Rocky Jones, Space Ranger, a fine stfnal video show from 1954
 > or so. The moons Posita and Negato shared an atmosphere, allowing air warfare
 > between them.

Ah, I remember when MST3K did some movie-ified serials of theirs. :> We don't 
talk about pre-'60s TV science fiction much, but it was out there, and it was 
its own brand of weird.

Drew "air pirates!" Perron

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