LizbethAnne



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    Dr. Liu,

    Got your final report yesterday on Project LV-426. I'm amazed. Great work all around. It's been forwarded to the Chair, our friends at the Pentagon, the Defense Appropriations Committee, and DARPA. The acid-resistant armor is something that should really catch their eye.

    We're expecting some big grant money from this.

    Burke

    Burke,

    Did you read even the executive summary of my report? There are some interesting biomaterials that we could work with, but I stressed, multiple times, that this creature is far too dangerous to even consider using in military research projects. It's aggressive, stupid, vicious, aggressive, impossible to train, and did I mention aggressive?

    . . .their limbs work on hydraulic principles and operate under pressure, which is why they splurt like a popped water balloon when they get hit in those Marine camera feeds we saw. A slight wound to a limb takes them right the hell out of commission, and now your troops have to deal with an insanely aggressive and stupid xenomorphic K-9 unit that oh by the way IS BLEEDING ACID.

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    19 Mar 2019

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    NEWSTICKER: //new form of alien life announced, shot//

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    Buffy and Faith are living it up in Cleveland, over thirty and regularly trying to convince their neighbors they're really just roommates, not "roommates", no matter what Faith wants. Of course, then things get all fucked up, complete with an apocalypse.

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    Advanced alien technology has given Rachel a second chance.

    But her memories are scrambled, and she's lost her ability to morph.

    It's not all bad! Like her friends tell her: she won the war, and she's about to return to Earth a glorified hero. All the awful things she did (even if she can't quite remember them) were worth it.

    But as Rachel is about to find out: nothing is what it seems, and no one can be trusted. She's going to have to outsmart forces greater than her if she wants to keep her resurrection more than short-lived, and uncover a terrifying secret buried inside her own mind.

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    06 Mar 2019

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    It was so clear now, what had happened to me. I hadn’t been angry — I had been scared. I’d been scared out of my mind, all the time. And some people might dissolve under that kind of pressure, but not me.

    When I was afraid of something, I became scarier.

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    They're 22 and Bakugou's finally gotten control over his public image. Think more..."bad boy" and less "explosive asshole".

    Kirishima is weak (though he always has been).

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    11 Feb 2019

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    Of course that’s the way of it I guess. It’s not the guys holding the rifle that declare war, is it? I like Ike but I didn’t see him at Omaha Beach, not Patton Clark or Bradley neither. I’ve listened to a hell of a lot of fireside chats in my life but never across a campfire in a foxhole with the guy that signed my draft card. I figure it’s a pretty good bet old Adolf never defended a pillbox with Hans or Fritz and it’s a fact that Uncle Joe didn’t starve at Leningrad. Democratic fascist communist, it doesn’t make any difference—the men in charge are never the men who charge.