FYS: Test CaseTim looked over at Kim, where she sat huddled in one corner of the metal chamber. “How long do you think we've been in here?”FYS: Test Case by Sir-Talen
“I don't know,” she answered irritably. “We left our phones back home, remember? All I know is that I have to pee.”
“Me too.” Though going by that clock it had to be about two hours. Maybe. The single light panel in the ceiling gave no clues, but it had been mid day when they'd ventured into the strangely unmonitored service tunnel and then got lost. Or had been made to get lost.
It had been the longest time he'd ever been separated from his morph that he could remember. So how come I feel scared instead of free?
The steel door finally opened a few minutes later. Tim managed to lever himself to his feet, pins and needles running up and down his legs, just before the morph entered. Though it stayed by the door, he found himself back into the corner next to Kim, trying to put as much distance between himself a
These Are a Few of My Favorite Riffings...1. The Lost Continent (208) "Rock Climbing, Joel" - OK, my first pick isn't quite so hot on the action part. The "Rock Climbing" sequence is infamous for the terrible amount of padding involved. But it was the first episode I ever saw, on the TV set in my sister's house during a visit to North Carolina. I think I came in just as Mike Nelson, playing Hugh Beaumont, Horseman of the Apocalypse, was apologizing to Joel and the bots for wanting to destroy the Earth. From that point I basically kept laughing and didn't stop for an hour and a half.These Are a Few of My Favorite Riffings... by Sir-Talen
2. The Cave Dwellers (301) "Use the handrails. I invented them for a reason." - Cheap Conan knockoff featuring Miles O'Keefe sailing through the air on a hanglider wearing a fur diaper. Villains with Fu Manchu mustaches wearing cardboard armor. The female lead doing nothing except looking comely while wearing a hubcap. Credit sequence completely unrelated to actual movie. Just ridiculous from start to finish.
3. It Conquered the Wo
FYS: Last DutyThe hospice suite was crowded. Mrs. Nguyen sat in her bed, her frail frame almost smothered by the blankets and pillows that propped her up to a sitting position. Around her were her three children, and an even dozen grandchildren, with the great-grandchildren in the waiting room outside. Also outside waiting were everyone’s morphs, who knew from experience when to keep close and when to say out of the way, in order to give their charges a modicum of privacy during this most emotional event.FYS: Last Duty by Sir-Talen
Only Janey remained in one corner of the room, wearing the form of a red panda, out of the way but available, in the unlikely chance that Mrs. Nguyen would need her. But Mrs. Nguyen had not responded to anyone for nearly two days. Though Janey had taken care of her in the fifteen years since the old woman had awakened on the Ring, her services had become increasingly irrelevant as more specialized nursing morphs had taken over the duty of caring for the increasingly frail woman. Still, Janey
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