Room for another hand?

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Room for another hand?

Postby katem » Tue Oct 19, 2010 1:23 am

Begging your pardon, but I was wondering if your ship had room for one more?

Name's Kate, and I may not know much about flight, having studied marine biology in college, but I'm a fast learner and a skilled entertainer and cook. ;)

I've been reading the story for a while now, and love it. Finally got myself in gear to check out the forums.
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Re: Room for another hand?

Postby Kona » Tue Oct 19, 2010 3:05 pm

Welcome aboard, Kate! The R-505 Armchair Auxiliary Expeditionary Crew always has room for more, and is sorely in need of a cook. As for the entertainment, more is certainly welcome, but our roundtable discussions are always lively and amusing. Your other posts already demonstrate an active imagination, intelligence and wit. Thanks for joining us!
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Re: Room for another hand?

Postby PaulGazis » Wed Oct 20, 2010 2:45 am

We also could benefit from the expertise of a marine biologist! In particular,
modern science has yet to address the origin, life cycle, behavior, and history
of the indigenous squidbats of Sarah's island :)
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Re: Room for another hand?

Postby katem » Wed Oct 20, 2010 9:07 pm

Hee, Fascinating! There are no other six-limbed vertebrates that have been yet discovered on earth! Add the fact that the head is distinctly reminiscent of cephalopods, and it seems a bizarre offshoot of mollusk evolution occurred on Miss Sarah's island.

Ooh, I could have fun with this... :D
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