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  1. rgcviper commented on Aunty Acid about 13 hours ago

    My thoughts exactly! And since it’s almost bedtime now …

  2. rgcviper commented on Alley Oop about 13 hours ago

    Thanks for your responses, folks, and for reading Larry’s stories.

  3. rgcviper commented on Dog Eat Doug about 13 hours ago

    Drama Button


    You’re welcome.

  4. rgcviper commented on Overboard about 13 hours ago

    Took the words outta my keyboard, GROG.


    Happy Friday, Crew.

  5. rgcviper commented on Cathy about 14 hours ago

    Go ahead, Cathy—throw caution to the wind.


    HI, MOM. Happy Friday, Clan.

  6. rgcviper commented on Dilbert Classics about 14 hours ago

    Ouch. Remind me not to work in THIS office.


    That made me laugh, though.

  7. rgcviper commented on Alley Oop about 20 hours ago

    Larry’s “Oop” Story – Friday 5/22/15


    [Alley] looks out at the two guards he just shot, now dead and headless. And the other guard, dead with a big hole in his chest. And … hey, wait a minute … what about the one he knocked out with his fist? He rushes inside the cabin! He cannot let himself be distracted in times of battle, no matter what the reason!


    He finds the guard still on the floor, bleeding from the nose, but moaning and moving nonetheless! Still a threat. Alley points the gun at him. But doesn’t fire. Not yet. This one has a broken nose and possibly a concussion. He actually doesn’t look like a threat at the moment. But what to do with him? He’s the enemy, this is war. He raises his gun again … but doesn’t fire. Lowers it. Instead Alley hits him with paralysis spray and he stops moving. He then returns to Krexlin.


    Poor Krexlin. He died so Alley could live. He was one of the good ones. Brave, and fighting for his cause, for his peoples’ cause, for freedom. It is very honorable. But Alley cannot grieve for long right now. There is still one live guard to take care of. He returns to the cabin.


    For no good reason that he can think of, he bends down and scoops up the moaning, half paralyzed guard, and staggers with him to the side of the boat and throws him off. SPLASH! He looks below and the injured Glarb is now fully conscious, thrashing around trying to swim. Well if he can swim ashore he can still live, Alley reasons. At least he didn’t shoot a defenseless person.


    Still four dead bodies accompany him on his trip to Zulu. Two headless, two chestless. Poor Krexlin, Alley laments. He is going to be heartbroken when it comes time to tell the others of his fate. Although, he just hopes he gets that chance. His mission is just starting and he’s about to enter an island of war trying to find and rescue two robots and a Tribble and any other prisoners that he can. The guards will be well-armed and he’s sure there will be many more deaths.


    Let’s just hope that his is not one of them.

  8. rgcviper commented on Thatababy 1 day ago

    Indeed … the dancing Thatacat is a nice touch.

  9. rgcviper commented on Alley Oop 1 day ago

    True, Night, but better be careful with that H.E.P., just to be safe. Thanks for your reply.

  10. rgcviper commented on Overboard 1 day ago

    I guess that is pretty thoughtful … though at first glance, I thought they might want to reassess priorities.


    ’Evening, Crew.