September 19th, 2003


Option X

I never thought I'd see my way to writing part 8. But there you go. This one deals with the idea that mutation can happen to anyone, and nobody knows what form it will take. And when your mutation is beyond your own mind's ability to comprehend, what do you do?

Looking back over the old ones, well... Some I can see wanting to edit a bit, especially the last. It was rushed and shows it, especialy in the pacing. But that'll wait for anyone wanting to use it for anything serious.

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Something from an old forum conversation, that I had thought lost forever.

>>Before we go farther, I do want to say, mr. Raven, that this has been a fun conversation and I'm glad it hasn't gone into just flame wars, managing to remain civilized.<<

The name's Stew. I sign every post with it, and to find people calling me "Mr. Raven" freaks me out. It's like one of those weird mornings when I wake up and I actually am a raven but it's okay because everyone around me is also an animal, but in some bizarre magical woodland way we all speak English, and there's this chick in a Disney-blue dress walking through saying "Hello, Mr. Chipmunk!" and "Hello, Mr. Raven!". But those mornings are rather rare, as I've started taking LSD in the evenings now.

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