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  1. wanderwolf commented on Endtown 5 days ago

    It did. For as long as possible. These aren’t AA batteries, after al — living power supplies don’t just drop into your lap every day. We just don’t know how many centuries’ worth of exhausted “power supplies” 800 people is.

  2. wanderwolf commented on Endtown 2 months ago

    Not to mention, leaving dead bodies lying around is a good way NOT get any more living people to come knocking…

  3. wanderwolf commented on Endtown 3 months ago

    “Computer, scan for viruses and other disease issues relevant to our system.”
    /Scan complete, Captain. No diseases found./
    ACK! Survivors? Why didn’t you tell us there were survivors?”
    /Because you did not ask me to scan for humans, Captain. Therefore, I did not know./

  4. wanderwolf commented on Endtown 3 months ago

    (shudder) No… because that is what they believe is happening. The Amesworth radiation is an artificial “white hole” — it actively creates a new reality. If you’re using a gun or bomb that you know has Amesworth radiation, you focus on “destroy my target” — and it does.

    But when you’re exposed to undirected Amesworth radiation — your reality loses its edge. Suddenly, all possibilities, ALL possibilities, are open to you, and you most often lose your grip on what you were. Then, if you’re panicking, you think, “I’m turning into a monster” and you do. If you’re asleep or stoned, your imagination decides what is happening — and it does. And in a world where Amesworth radiation is saturating the planet, it acts just like you believe it does — so whenever an Apex suit is breached, “everyone knows” what happens…

  5. wanderwolf commented on Endtown 3 months ago

    It has. People are just so used to seeing “-stein” at the end of names like Goldstein (and Frankenstein, har, har) that their minds tend to jigger the spelling to match what the pattern indicates it should be.

    As for the -symbol openings, those indicate the name of the poster to whom we are replying. This message, for instance, will show up with "Wabbit", to indicate that I am replying to you.

  6. wanderwolf commented on Endtown 3 months ago

    Nah, they didn’t use multiversal theory in that one. In that continuity, Superman flies back in time and saves Lois while his original is saving the United States — which obviates the need to go back, except that his original can see what’s happened and flies back in time to create a closed loop. (I admit I’m guessing, but isn’t it fun? ;) )

  7. wanderwolf commented on Endtown 3 months ago

    It may be innocent, yes… but I don’t recall Marx ever saying what these ships use for fuel…

  8. wanderwolf commented on Endtown 3 months ago

    I doubt it. Given Sparkplug’s situation, I suspect these dittos are replaying Holly’s memories — with guilt-laden additions — simply because, forgive the DS9 reference, that’s when she lives — the point in her life to which she always returns.

  9. wanderwolf commented on Pluggers 4 months ago

    I’m at Andy’s level, myself. I’ve been donating since the Oklahoma City Bombing.

  10. wanderwolf commented on Pluggers 5 months ago

    Not for me, thanks — too much oil in that stuff for me to enjoy having it on my fingers. Dipping a banana in it, though — yummy!