Well-Known Member, from Portland, Oregon, Republic of Cascadia
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Just found your stupid luck thread. Fantastic stuff. I notice you also live in Portland. If you have the time at some point I would love to buy you a beer/cider/whatever and chat.
A horse is not a V8 engine, V8 engines don't get angry with you when they get tired.
Trying to consider how slang might evolve over 40+ years after the POD is a challenge. Especially when it might be different from OTL.
The best characters tend to be polarizing.
Careful all you shippers, you might get what you think you want and it is not what you were expecting.
The first three parts of SL&H have been published. If anyone is interested in giving it a review, https://www.amazon.com/dp/B078RWL29M
The things we do to survive work for us until they don't, then they cause us to completely screw up.
While I like some of your assumptions, notice that I've never said if any of them are true.
Those who accuse me of depicting the US as the land of boundless stupidity are clearly not paying attention to current events.
When a trope is regarded as inevitable, perhaps it's time to reexamine that trope.
Sometimes its real hard not to make fun of someone who takes something very seriously.
If you've got point make, if I've got details wrong I'm happy to make corrections. However, War and Peace should not be your model.
Any mistakes are entirely on my part and I'm quite sure that everyone reading this will be more than happy to tell me.
There is an old joke about the reason why adults ask kids what they want to do when they grow up. They are looking for ideas.
Some criticism is not worth the effort to respond to so simply ignoring it is better for everyone.
When plotting events the idea is that A+B=C. If D happens instead of A then B and C would look radically different.
Human interactions are messy, always.
When you are about to do several posts that relate to death and destruction on a massive scale it's good to do one that affirms life first.
Seriously, when you base something off of equipment as it actually existed and you encounter a skeptic. It's frustrating.
Separate names with a comma.