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 ==== Session 1 ==== ==== Session 1 ====
  
-**[[http://​www.alternatehistory.com/​discussion/showpost.php?​p=1531136&​postcount=29|E.T. B. quickly sums up his life (1770s AD - Present)]]**+**[[https://​www.alternatehistory.com/​forum/threads/​1/​post-1531136|E.T. B. quickly sums up his life (1770s AD - Present)]]**
  
 The following has happened to me since 1770: The following has happened to me since 1770:
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-**[[http://​www.alternatehistory.com/​discussion/showpost.php?​p=1531534&​postcount=40|E.T. B. sums up his life in a more detailed fashion (1770s AD - Present)]]**+**[[https://​www.alternatehistory.com/​forum/threads/​1/​post-1531534|E.T. B. sums up his life in a more detailed fashion (1770s AD - Present)]]**
  
 For the first fifteen years, I was in London, but in 1785, I decided to join the Navy as a midshipman (family influence, you know). My first real commanding officer (after about ten years on usual shipping in the defense of Britain) was Horatio Nelson. I have a habit of telling my commanders of my little problem (I have been laughed at by a few of them) and started with him. He laughed it off and told me to get back to work. That changed at Cape St. Vincent, when I got shot and then woke up soon after before most of the crew of my ship, the Captain. After I was intially attacked by supersitious members of the crew, I became somewhat close to Nelson (he didn't tell anyone about me, due to the fact that we'd all be thrown in Bedlam if he did). For the first fifteen years, I was in London, but in 1785, I decided to join the Navy as a midshipman (family influence, you know). My first real commanding officer (after about ten years on usual shipping in the defense of Britain) was Horatio Nelson. I have a habit of telling my commanders of my little problem (I have been laughed at by a few of them) and started with him. He laughed it off and told me to get back to work. That changed at Cape St. Vincent, when I got shot and then woke up soon after before most of the crew of my ship, the Captain. After I was intially attacked by supersitious members of the crew, I became somewhat close to Nelson (he didn't tell anyone about me, due to the fact that we'd all be thrown in Bedlam if he did).
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 ==== Session 3 ==== ==== Session 3 ====
  
-**[[http://​www.alternatehistory.com/​discussion/showpost.php?​p=1625064&​postcount=270|E. T. B. and the nuclear test range faux pas (1950s AD)]]**+**[[https://​www.alternatehistory.com/​forum/threads/​1/​post-1625064|E. T. B. and the nuclear test range faux pas (1950s AD)]]**
  
 There'​s one thing worse then volcanoes and earthquakes - being just outside a nukes dead-centre. I was involved I a test in...Nevada,​ I think...and that REALLY stunk. I was sick for a month. There'​s one thing worse then volcanoes and earthquakes - being just outside a nukes dead-centre. I was involved I a test in...Nevada,​ I think...and that REALLY stunk. I was sick for a month.
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