Might I book passage?

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Might I book passage?

Postby Farfri » Mon Feb 15, 2010 7:51 pm

After spending the better part of the night reading I find that I desire to come along for the ride.
I may not bring much to the table, but I will share what I have.

So greetings and salutations. I must go back to 'working' now.

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Re: Might I book passage?

Postby PaulGazis » Tue Feb 16, 2010 2:00 am

Hi Jack,

Welcome aboard! It's the readers who make this story happen, so if you have any
questions, comments, ideas, or suggestions, feel free to join the discussion or post
a new topic. And the officers and crew of His Majesty's Airship R505 hope you enjoy
the voyage!

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Re: Might I book passage?

Postby Farfri » Tue Feb 16, 2010 4:09 am

Now that I'm home I can post more.

I found The Flying Cloud from a little link in another web comic.

A bit about me.
I work in the yard at a hardware store in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Yes we are still buried under a foot plus of snow.
I've done that job for much longer than I intended to.

I am a fan of most sci-fi, but worth special mention are Firefly, Star Wars, and Star Trek
Recent TV shows in no order, Battlestar Galactica, Dollhouse, Castle, White Collar, Caprica, Burn Notice, Supernatural, and Leverage
Games, Left4Dead series, Homeworld series, Pretty much any RTS, or FPS

I'm going to go an post elsewhere now, but thank you and I look forward to reading the next post.
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Re: Might I book passage?

Postby Kona » Tue Feb 16, 2010 7:08 am

Welcome, Jack! Those links on other web sites really work; that’s how I got here. Well, the “sultry island maidens” thing helped. Still waiting for that, I might add…J/K Paul! :D

Hardware, huh? I was probably the only kid who read the latest Sears catalogs under the blankets with a flashlight when I was supposed to be sleeping. And I practically memorized my mom’s Astounding Science Fiction magazines in the 50’s. Never got into the TV sci fi stuff much, but I LOVE “Burn Notice”. MacGuyver without the mullet!
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