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The Kologespian Saga

 
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The Kologespian Saga
I posted this as a random troll on a sheeple message board back in 2006, pretty sure the place doesn't exist anymore.


I am posting it here in full as a sample of my writing (free flow).






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I, the Kologespian known as Elerke Tisbonn, was given the code name "VENUS FLYTRAP" for this mission. I have been sent here to tell my story. I, Venus Flytrap, was commissioned for this role by the Great Commander Rese Von Ringgold to share my epic tale. I was chosen out of ONE HUNDRED other Kologespians to chronicle my story on an INTERNET MESSAGE BOARD. This is the one I chose, and the one the Great Commander Rese Von Ringgold approved. My instructions from the Great Commander Rese Von Ringgold are the following:


TAKE AS LONG AS NECESSARY TO RELAY [YOUR] TALE TO THIS INTERNET MESSAGE BOARD.


LEAVE OUT NO PART OF [YOUR] TALE AND ADD NOTHING TO [YOUR] TALE IN AN ATTEMPT TO MAKE IT MORE SOUND MORE ADVENTUROUS.


[YOUR] TALE IS WHAT IT IS, AND IF [YOU] MAKE IT SOMETHING IT IS NOT, [YOU] WILL BE EXPEDITED FROM [YOUR] MISSION AND SENT TO AN UNDERGROUND KOLOGESPIAN SHAME FACILITY FOR 3 YEARS AS PUNISHMENT. ACCORDINGLY, ONE OF THE (FORMERLY) REJECTED ONE HUNDRED WILL BE CHOSEN TO START THE MISSION AGAIN WITH THEIR OWN STORY.


THAT IS ALL.


A side note to the Great Commander Rese Von Ringgold:

I will do my best to relay my tale as accurately as possible.

=Venus Flytrap=





I, Elerke Tisbonn, was born in Duttermeyer, Kolog | Year: 1978 | Month: August | Day: 14 | Gregorian calendar. I was born to the Kologespian's definition of "Rich". My parents had been issued different names by the Kologespian E. I. C. Protection Society when they were in their early 20s and I never knew the names they were given at birth. K. E. I. C. P. S. dubbed them "Fraye & Leoplo Tisbonn". Fraye, my mother, was quite feeble from a strange illness and died when I was 3 years old. Leoplo, my father, was always in conference with a man who's name no one knew; We (that is myself and my care-taker Madlain) always called him "Inconnu". Had it not been for my dear Madlain, I may have never lived past age 3. She has been the best mother I could have asked for, though she did not give birth to me. I digress. Inconnu would always enter our mansion through a side door no one else was allowed to use. Inconnu always came in with a briefcase, and left without it. My father was always accompanied by 2 bodyguards whenever I saw him. Apparently, there was a group of men bent on taking his life. My father was a very wealthy man, but I never understood why they would want him dead. That is, I never understood until 7 years ago when I learned why my parents were the top priority of the K. E. I. C. P. S. . . .




As I was saying . . .


Seven years ago, I was "kidnapped" from my rich way of life with my dear Madlain by a man I later came to know and love very much. His name was Lexum and he was sent by the Great Commander Rese Von Ringgold to take me to an underground Kologespian Protection Facility in Northern Gaaldoren, Kolog. When I was settled into my cell, the Great Commander Rese Von Ringgold paid me a visit himself. Even under the conditions, I was very honored to be visited by him, as he is very famous all throughout Kolog. He said I was to be informed by Lexum of all that had been kept from me all of my life. All the secrets about my parents were to be revealed to me by this strange man who had stolen me away from the rich lifestyle I'd grown accustomed to. At first, I would not listen to anything Lexum said to me because I was mad at him; But one morning, Lexum told me something I could not ignore. Lexum, with the kind tone in his voice that I came to love, told me that my father worked out assassination plans for a living. Inconnu brought him briefcases filled with money very often. . .The money was my father's reward for planning these assassinations. Lexum told me that my father worked in assassinating little known men of Kolog. These men were, more often times than not, mere scientists who spent every waking moment in a lab working to find the cure for diseases that strickened much of Kolog. It was very hard to find a healthy person in Kolog up until 10 years ago, when the cure for a common devastating and crippling disease called "Milgarofenitis" was discovered. Lexum told me that the cure for this disease was on the verge of being released to the general Kolog public just two years before, when the inventor mysteriously died one night in his sleep. As you may have guessed, my father set up the plot to kill him as well. Eleven years ago, the killing of the scientists ceased when my father himself was assassinated by a team of two men sent out by the Great Commander Rese Von Ringgold. K. E. I. C. P. S. was an evil organization that protected my father through all this. From his childhood, my father had been a killer. He married my mother when they were both 20 years old. Shortly thereafter, K. E. I. C. P. S. set them up with new names and a mansion and gave my father the go ahead to start what one might call an "assassination business". They promised him he would be protected by their guards 24/7, no one would harm him and he would be the richest man in all of Kolog.


Then Lexum began to tell me the secrets about my mother, Fraye. . .




Lexum told me that my mother was never in good health from the time she married my father, to the time that she died. When my mother died, she was supposedly buried in a plot next to my grandmother. Lexum, however, informed me that the same team of two men who had been sent out to assassinate my father were also the ones who stole my mother's body shortly after she died. The Great Commander Rese Von Ringgold ordered that a special autopsy be done to find the cause of her death. . .That is, the sickness she had been weekly inflicted with since she had been married to my father. Not to the Great Commander Rese Von Ringgold's surprise, it was discovered that my father had been injecting my mother each week with "treatments" she was told would eventually cure her. Little did she know, they were slowly killing her. The disease had been named "Vasmeticulplesitis" and less than 75 people were inflicted with this disease throughout Kolog at the time of my mother's death. There was a new case of this disease every 4 months for 2 years after my mother died. Finally, 3 years after her death, a cure was found and released to the public. As it turns out, 5 scientists before this had found a cure for the disease. They all, of course, mysteriously died before it could be released. My mother was not a saint, however. My mother and father met when they were children, and together, they committed awful crimes which Lexum did not feel he needed to inform me of. Fraye even helped my father plan assassinations a few times. Why Leoplo used Fraye as a guinea pig for the terrible illness called "Vasmeticulplesitis" is a mystery even to Lexum. Maybe they were both just evil people all the way through and spared no cruelty, even to each other.




To be honest, my life really didn't begin until Lexum whisked me away from the lie I'd been living in. I was 20 years old when the Great Commander Rese Von Ringgold "summoned" me. Up until that time, I'd been living in the mansion with Madlain and my assassin father Leoplo, that is, until he was killed. I will now stop calling him my father and Fraye my mother, as I am above calling those two evil people by honorable titles. I will from now on refer to them as Leoplo and Fraye. Madlain took wonderful care of me and taught me well in our years together. Madlain fell ill when I was just on the verge of 20 years. I took care of her up until the day I was stolen by Lexum whilst picking a daisy in the garden behind the mansion. Lexum told me that Madlain was in the care of the maids for just 5 days before she passed away, after I was "kidnapped". Lexum also said that Madlain was unconscious most of the time, and was unaware that I was even gone. Exactly how Lexum knew these things was a mystery to me until 8 months ago; But I will get around to explaining that at a later time. I must try to keep my story at least relatively in order, or the Great Commander Rese Von Ringgold will fail me and send me to the underground Kologespian Shame Facility. . .


From birth to my capture by Lexum, I had lived in the mansion secluded from the outside world. I did not know anyone outside of the mansion and was kept inside by the maids most of the time. They let me out once a day to frolic in the garden, but they would not let me outside of the tall, ominous gates surrounding the mansion. I made it out usually once a week, however, when Madlain would go into town to shop. She always took me with her and bought me pretty things. Often at night, I would hear Madlain arguing with Leoplo about why I was not to be let outside. Only a few times, I asked Madlain what Leoplo told her. She would never give me an answer. She told me not to rebel; Often she told me not to go against Leoplo and the maids' wishes. Although none of them ever said anything to Madlain about her taking me to shop once a week, I could tell they did not want me to do even that. They were always nice to Madlain, however, and I would often wonder why Leoplo didn't have her killed like he did countless others. . .So I asked Lexum if he knew why they had mercy on Madlain. I found the answer shocking and disheartening. . .


Madlain, born in 1924, was one of the founding members of the K. E. I. C. P. S. After Lexum told me that, I nearly fainted. Surely my dear Madlain wasn't evil? But alas. . .Lexum informed me that after Madlain had been part of the K. E. I. C. P. S. (Kolog Enemy In the Camp Protection Society) for 26 years, she had discovered that other newer members of the society were planning hideous things and slowly turning K. E. I. C. P. S. into something terrible. She confronted a few of these new members about their actions, and they threatened to kill her. It was either she stay in K. E. I. C. P. S. and go along with their plans, or die. Madlain informed them that if she could escape long enough to tell government officials about the corrupted society, that she could bring them crashing down with haste. They realized she was right and made her a deal. They would give her a home and make sure she would live under the best conditions for the rest of her life, if she would tell no one of the corruption in the K. E. I. C. P. S. She agreed to the deal. For quite some time, I was angry with Madlain because of this. In accepting the deal, she let the K. E. I. C. P. S. continue with their hideous plans. After a while, my anger for Madlain subsided; But now I only respect her and look back kindly on her memory because she raised me well. For that reason only, so help me, I do love her.


On the brighter side of things. . .It took me only 6 months to fall madly in love with Lexum. . .and to find that he loved me dearly as well. This is where my life began.




It took precisely 3 months for Lexum to relay to me everything the Great Rese Von Ringgold wanted me to know at that time. There was one session daily in which Lexum would come to my cell and tell me of various things for about 2 hours. Even in all that time, I still left my cell after 3 months not knowing some of the crucial details left over. As I said, I will get around to those in due time. . .


After Lexum had finished his assignment with me, I was taken by a few of the Great Commander Rese Von Ringgold's men to a new room in the Great Commander Rese Von Ringgold's castle-like mansion. It was a rather large, beautiful room. . .One of his best rooms, no doubt. When I was settled in to my new room, dearest Lexum paid me a visit. He finally answered the question that I'd asked him so many times, to no avail. . .


What was I doing there?


Lexum's answer startled me. . .But it was also very exciting. I was there, chosen from ONE HUNDRED, to take a long journey to a "new land" and tell my story to a people unaware of Kolog's existence. Lexum told me I would enjoy this, what he called, "Experiment". He said that the Great Commander Rese Von Ringgold saw the most promise in me and my life, as so much of it was a mystery to me. I suppose the Great Commander Rese Von Ringgold thought I'd be propelled in this mission after I'd heard all of these secrets. He was wrong, however. All I wanted to do was stay with Lexum; The last thing I wanted to do was leave him.


. . .But when the Great Commander Rese Von Ringgold tells you what you're going to do, there's really no getting out of it.


Sorry to be so frank, Great Commander Rese Von Ringgold. I know you are reading this right now, and I hope you are not angry with my honest words. . .But that is just what they are. Honest. And I was instructed by you yourself to leave No Part of My Story Out.





Lexum still visited me daily after the 3 months was over and I was moved into my new room. I still asked him questions, occasionally, that he refused to answer because it was "against the Great Commander Rese Von Ringgold's orders". Having said that, we mostly talked about him, since he already knew everything about me. One would likely not be surprised to find that Lexum's life wasn't much of a tale. . .He had dedicated most of it to his work for the Great Commander Rese Von Ringgold. Lexum was 5 years older than I, and since the age of 14, he had been working for the Great Commander Rese Von Ringgold. Lexum was the Great Commander Rese Von Ringgold's nephew; That is the reason the Great Commander Rese Von Ringgold gave him his special position so early on, and treated him with favor. The Great Commander Rese Von Ringgold does play favorites. . .That's one thing I've learned. Three more months passed with daily visits from Lexum, and by that time, we were madly in love.

Since the Great Commander Rese Von Ringgold was known all throughout Kolog and many thirsted to take his life, they were also after anyone he sheltered. This meant that, just as before when I lived at the mansion with Madlain, I rarely got to go outside of the castle-like mansion's gates. Lexum and I would spend hours outside in the castle-like mansion's garden sipping tea and falling deeper in love with each other. Often times, we would just sit silently under the tall oak and enjoy being near each other. One afternoon under the oak, I, Elerke Tisbonn, the forthright being I am, broke the silence and asked Lexum about marriage. He gazed at me with his big, incredibly blue eyes, and without him saying a word, I could tell the answer was no. "Not right now, Elerke," he said, "The Great Commander Rese Von Ringgold would not allow it at this time. You have your mission to go through with first. Perhaps after that, he will permit it." I turned from Lexum for a few moments and choked back the tears. Then, still looking away, I simply said, "Very well."


I wear the promise of mine and Lexum's future together just above my right elbow. It is a small red line which looks like a tiny vein. Lexum applied it himself with a small tool made for the procedure. It is a Kologespian custom to do this to the one you plan to wed. I also applied the promise scar above Lexum's left elbow after he had done mine. We applied the promise scar behind the Great Commander Rese Von Ringgold's back. When he found out about it, he called Lexum and I into see him. We thought he would banish us; Instead he said with an expressionless face, "In due time."




A few times over the next few months after Lexum and I had made our promise to each other, I begged the Great Commander Rese Von Ringgold to let Lexum and I wed. He always declined telling me there was a time for that after my mission. I asked him why Lexum couldn't come with me on the mission, and he told me that Lexum was needed to continue working with him. No matter what I said, he would always give me a reason why we couldn't wed right then. A little over a year after Lexum had rescued me from the mansion, after he had revealed the secrets to me, after we had made our promise to each other, and after the Great Commander Rese Von Ringgold said we could not be wed, I fell into a deep depression. Not even Lexum could make me smile. In fact, I didn't even want to see Lexum because we were forbidden marriage. Although the Great Commander Rese Von Ringgold had informed me that the mission wouldn't be for some-odd more years, I vowed to myself that I would hate every minute of it. I even promised myself that if it were possible, I would escape from the Great Commander Rese Von Ringgold's protection, and even from my dear Lexum, and flee far into the woodlands of Kolog. . .




Oh, dear. . .I am receiving a message from the Great Commander Rese Von Ringgold right now. He said he would only contact me once a week during the mission. I am afraid I've said something wrong and he's going to send me to the shame facility. . .

=Venus Flytrap=





I greatly appreciate your response to my story and am glad you are enjoying hearing of my life. I am not tricked, however, by your attempt to impersonate the Great Commander Rese Von Ringgold. I just now was released from conference with him. He informed me that being completely honest, even in my feelings of contempt regarding him, was very much approved by him and he would not have it any other way. He filled me in on the goings-on in Kolog since I left and told me that Lexum was busy with a new assignment on a resident of Kolog. The Great Commander Rese Von Ringgold is pleased with how I am doing on the mission, thusfar.


I am very tired from my conversation with the Great Commander Rese Von Ringgold. You see, talking to someone from Kolog sped time greatly in my perception, being here on Earth. It seems as though, in my perception, I only talked to the Great Commander Rese Von Ringgold for "half-an-hour". In Earth perception, I talked to him for nearly 6 hours. In the Great Commander Rese Von Ringgold's perception in Kolog, we spoke for "half-an-hour".


Contrary to what you might believe, Kolog is not another planet. Kolog is another dimension. I will explain the specifics in due time.


As I said, tonight I am very tired.


A side note to Fennopolis:


Kolog does not have sciences and technologies superior to your own Earthly kind, Fennopolis. We are not bent on furthering Kolog in that direction. It is, as we have seen with Earth, relatively fruitless.


As I was saying. . .All is well in Kolog with Lexum and the Great Commander Rese Von Ringgold and I am in no trouble.


A little background on where I am as of now. . .


I am in the southern "United States of America". I am in the woodlands, where I requested to be, as it is more like Kolog than any other part of Earth. I first arrived in "Canada" and was going to stay there and carry out my mission. As I had requested, I was settled into the woodlands. However, to my chagrin, there was no suitable form of Internet there. All that was available was a very slow form of connection to the Internet. A nearby Townsman suggested I do what he called "Bug off" to "U.S.A." because they have faster Internet speeds there. I merely took his word on the matter and was transported to my current location. The weather is quite unpleasant compared to Kolog. It is very warm. I will endure, however, because the reward for finishing this mission is the promise of marriage to my dearest Lexum. . .


Until tomorrow, friends. I will be back to chronicle further, my epic tale.

=Venus Flytrap=





I imagine some of you are quite curious as to the specifics of Kolog itself. As I said, Kolog is another dimension, separate from most of your perceptions here. Kolog is more than the mirror image of the Earth dimension. Depending on how you look at Kolog, it can be the Earth layout upside-down and backward, or it can be the Earth layout on its side, backward. It is difficult to explain. Kolog is not as advanced as Earth technologically, no. Not in the kind of useless technology, that is. We have just enough well advanced technology to suit our needs. When a problem arises, we make a technical solution for it. We do not have as many "factories" as Earth has, by any means. We have very few machines; Mostly all of the work done in Kolog is done by the hardworking Kologespians. We don't have a problem with pollution. Kolog is well governed, and when the bad Kologespians who cause these problems make trouble, they are dealed with accordingly.

Some citizens of Earth may consider this "Gestapo", but I assure you, it is much needed and called for in Kologespian society. Most of Kolog is woodland. There is only one city. . .Golvesque, Kolog. I have been informed by the Great Commander Rese Von Ringgold that Golvesque is the size of the Earth's "Ukraine". Golvesque is not what you may envision a city to be. We have no "Sky-Scrapers". Simply put, Golvesque is where 1/5 of all of the citizens of Kolog dwell. The population of Kolog is a matter of dispute. The Great Commander Rese Von Ringgold estimates that there are roughly 58,000,000 beings in all of Kolog. When a new Kologespian is born, there is no law that their birth and existence must be recorded to the Kologespian government. As a result of this, the exact population is unknown.



Kolog has no vehicular form of transportation, such as Earth's "Car". Our most widely known Kologespian-made form of transportation is an invention similar to Earth's "bicycle". There are very few superior forms of transportation. Kologespians, of course, also use animals close in resemblance to Earth's "horse" to get from place to place.


Most Kologespian houses are small. They usually consist of one large room and one small room off whatever side of the dwelling. The average Kologespian home is 500 sq. ft.


The weather in Kolog is pleasant, year-round. It is never too hot, and never too cold. However, over a period of 500 years, the weather has gotten much warmer; The cause of this is currently unknown. The one being in Kolog able to honestly, from experience, tell us this is none other than the Kologespian known as Peftoui Swercoth. I smile as I think of his Kolog-reknown, breath-taking legend. Perhaps I will tell of him at some point.


Kologespians look like the Earth being in appearance. The only difference is the Kologespian eye. In the dark, the Kologespian eye turns to a glowingly bright red color. As a result of this, were I ever to venture out into town at night, I would have to wear sun-glasses so no one would ask why my eyes were glowing. I learned this from experience in my few days in "Canada". I ventured to town to buy a loaf of bread from a local "Shopping Centre" and the register person asked me how it was that my eyes were glowing. I had no answer and she said, "Are they some sort of special contact lenses?". . .I answered "Yes", as I was not going to come up with anything better to tell her. I purchased a thick pair of sun-glasses the next morning so this would not happen again.


I will return later.

=Venus Flytrap=



I must carry on with my life story now. . .


Little more than a year after Lexum had rescued me from the mansion, I fell into a deep depression. Finding no joy in even Lexum, I became a hopeless mess. At night, I was plagued by dreams of the Valeskepe Ocean. In time, I found that these dreams were the only source of happiness for me. I felt warm and happy until I woke up every morning, still trapped behind the walls of the castle-like mansion. One mid-day, alone under the tall oak, I recalled Madlain's bedtime stories about the western end of the Valeskepe Ocean. She would tell me it was the most beautiful and peaceful place in all of Kolog. . .And I would fall asleep and dream of it. That mid-day, under the oak, I vowed to escape the clutches of the Great Rese Von Ringgold and the castle-like mansion, and flee as quickly as I could, to the western end of the Valeskepe Ocean. After consulting one of the butlers of the castle-like mansion, Royloyd Vernaberl, I began to pack a bit of food and water for my journey. I had asked Royloyd Vernaberl, whilst in casual conversation, how far away the western end of the Valeskepe Ocean was. He told me it was a journey the size of Oolnagask, Kolog(about the size of "Kansas, U.S.A."). Royloyd Vernaberl, I knew, would cause no trouble for me; Being nearly 103 years old with failing memory, I had to introduce myself to him every time we spoke. . .Thus he would not remember my inquiring of the Valeskepe Ocean in a short while. The night following my question to Royloyd Vernaberl, I escaped from the castle-like mansion from my bed-room window. . .I stole a bit of rope, tied my bed-sheets together after ripping them into pieces to make them longer, and still after all this, I had to free fall another 10 feet(by my estimation) to the ground.


My task of escaping was not by any means accomplished after my descent from the window; I still had to get past the tall walls that surround the castle-like mansion. I remember the Great Commander Rese Von Ringgold once stating that the walls were 40 feet high. The bricks that made up the wall had just enough grooves protruding from them to climb upon. Considering all I was carrying, it took me a long while to get up one side of the wall. I was exhausted when I reached the top. Peering over the other side, I lost heart in the matter. I took the bag I was carrying from my back and threw it over the side, as sort of a way of telling myself I simply wouldn't give up. I rested a few moments and looked down the other side of the wall I was about to climb down. My heart began to race as I realized there were not as many grooves in that side to make it easier to climb. To be honest, I was on the verge of tears; I was determined to get over the wall, but at the same time, I was afraid I wouldn't make it, or that I would get hurt climbing down. I then began my decent down the wall. I had a great lot of trouble finding bricks to rest on. After I had climbed down about 5 feet, I lost my hold and fell. In the fall, I somehow bumped my forehead against the wall and made a bit of a spot there. . .I landed on my feet for a split second, breaking my ankle, and when I finally fell to the ground completely, I hit my head again, on a rock; I was knocked unconscious. I awoke in the morning with a hard rain falling all around me. Foggy in the mind, I sat up and looked around a bit. Little by little, memory of what I was doing there came back to me. I looked up at the wall in front of me, and was suddenly filled with fear. Though my ankle hurt very much and was swollen terribly, I proceeded to get up, gather my bag, and hop away on one leg. After continuing on in this pitiful fashion for what seemed like an eternity, I came to a creek. I took off all clothing besides my under-garments, and stumbled into the creek. Propping my head up against a few large rocks, I then fell into a deep sleep. . .





I am quite embarrassed by my recent words in this thread and hope that they will be forgiven me by the Great Commander Rese Von Ringgold, lest I be sent to suffer in the underground Kologespian shame facility. . .


Back to my epic story. . .


After I had been lying in the creek for the better part of the day, I was jolted awake by a being shaking me. My eyes cleared, and I saw leaning over me, a very short, fat man. He was wearing a dark robe-type garment and look and smelled as if he hadn't bathed since the battle at Waterloo.


I stared at him until he finally spoke. When he did speak, I could not understand him. His accent was heavy and he had some kind of a speach impediment as well. I simply reached out my hand, and he helped me up. I could hardly feel my legs because the water in the creek was so cold and I had been laying there for so long. After I had asked him to repeat himself nearly 10 times, I finally understood that he was asking me to follow him to a hole in a large tree, which was his Kologespian dwelling sp--


Oh screw this. You guys know I'm full of crap. There's no such place as Kolog, there's no Lexum or Great Commander Rese Von Ringgold, and there's no Elerke Tisbonn. I'm just a bored, unemployed 20-something female in the south!?


I hope you all can forgive me. . .Was only trying to entertain myself and maybe others a little bit with this STUPID STORY!?















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Oh screw this. You guys know I'm full of crap. There's no such place as Kolog, there's no Lexum or Great Commander Rese Von Ringgold, and there's no Elerke Tisbonn.
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What? Nu-uh! Had me going there for awhile, up until that part.

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LOL... plenty of foulups and inconsistencies in this story...


I was much much younger when it was written.


I think it's cute so I'm gonna leave it be.
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I remember writing it...



Unlike most of my other stories...



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I remember at the time I'd posted so much on GLP, so many roleplaying and story threads, that this story was just... something I did out of boredom and missing the real thing.
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Don't give up your day job.
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LOL... plenty of foulups and inconsistencies in this story...


I was much much younger when it was written.


I think it's cute so I'm gonna leave it be.
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Hell, I was impressed MO.
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04/05/2013 07:52 AM

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Re: The Kologespian Saga
LOL... plenty of foulups and inconsistencies in this story...


I was much much younger when it was written.


I think it's cute so I'm gonna leave it be.
 Quoting: Mister Obvious


it's nice to read what we have written in the past Smiley
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04/05/2013 08:29 AM

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Re: The Kologespian Saga
it's nice to read what we have written in the past
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Thanks, yes it really is a trip...


It really does seem to come from another place!!!