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Posted by mothertree (Member # 4999) on :
I was just thinking today about the nature of stuff, and entropy vs. life or whatever you want to call it. But if life continues unchecked you get cancer or at best the problems those folks had in Treason. Except there would be nothing cool about it because no one would be sick, because there would be no unmaker so everyone would just be wandering around with pieces parts.

I mean, perhaps we say we never want to be an agent of the unmaker. Unless there is vermin in your kitchen. Even then, I prefer to call some male to make himself useful.
Posted by King of Men (Member # 6684) on :
Whatever you say. Perhaps now you'd care to post something coherent?
Posted by Antony (Member # 7947) on :
coherance is overrated
think outside of the box
Posted by mothertree (Member # 4999) on :
Treason was a novel OSC published early in his career.
Posted by King of Men (Member # 6684) on :
Yes, I know. Your post is kinda coherent up to that point. Then it all falls apart.
Posted by Orson Scott Card (Member # 209) on :
The unmaker got to it. The original draft was perfectly clear to anyone.
Posted by Scott R (Member # 567) on :
>>Even then, I prefer to call some male to make himself useful.<<

"Here, kitty, kitty, kitty! Mr. Fuzzle, where are you?"

Posted by Sarlacc513 (Member # 8163) on :
Sorry posted in wrong area! LOL

[ June 02, 2005, 06:07 PM: Message edited by: Sarlacc513 ]

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