When things go south in speculative fiction, it’s usually because of one (or both!) of the twin pillars of disaster, apocalypse and dystopia. The Narrators…
Unreliable Narrators Posts
Cath, Chia, Chris, George
chris [8:03 PM] Jacob’s Ladder!
cathschaffstump [8:04 PM] Jacob’s Ladder!
chris [8:04 PM]
george_galuschak [8:04 PM] go go go!!!
chialynn [8:04 PM] Jacob’s Ladder!
george_galuschak [8:04 PM] JACOB’S LADDER
chris [8:04 PM] ah, good old Carolco. 90s memories
george_galuschak [8:04 PM] cat sitting in front of TV
chris [8:05 PM] Wes’ son?
chialynn [8:05 PM] Looks a bit like the beginning of Apocalypse Now. I’m sure that’s intentional.
george_galuschak [8:05 PM] ‘Nam?
chialynn [8:05 PM] Danny Aiello!
chris [8:06 PM] and he doesn’t even own a friggin’ pizzeria
cathschaffstump [8:06 PM] Are all past wars in sepia tones?
george_galuschak [8:06 PM] I guess so!
chris [8:07 PM] Marcellus Wallace!
george_galuschak [8:08 PM] hey, it’s RADAR O’REILLY!
chialynn [8:08 PM] It was such a nice day, too.
george_galuschak [8:08 PM] this is giving me a headache
chialynn [8:11 PM] And it was all a dream…
cathschaffstump [8:11 PM] From jungle to post office.
chris [8:11 PM] …or was it?
george_galuschak [8:12 PM] that’s a slovenly subway car
george_galuschak [8:12 PM] gritty!
chialynn [8:12 PM] Even for NYC in the ’70s.
cathschaffstump [8:12 PM] Those glasses are pretty 70s.
cathschaffstump [8:12 PM]
What is he reading?
chris [8:13 PM] Vessel of Ra
cathschaffstump [8:13 PM] Tor.com novella. Kind of thin.
cathschaffstump [8:13 PM]
No! Don’t get off the car. Sure it was dirty, but it was going somewhere.
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