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With the de-atomizer set to autoflux, Kissinger Addley let the heliotron do the rest and sat back, dreaming of Conceptia. He had logged a lot of thought time considering her shiny features and her neo-playful quasi-manner. There was no question about it. She was just as bodmatic now as when, still nymphoidal, she had manipulated her eyepods so as to indicate her desire for synergy. He would be back on Gigdar soon. The Council of Five had considered his mission a failure but that mattered little. Fuck the Council of Five! He had Conceptia! He stared through the detachable Perspex vision piece out into the blackness and felt for the first time what Protogs refer to as loneliness.

Date Written: March 10, 2003
Author: Dylan Danko
Average Vote: 3.2222

03/10/2003 anonymous (4):
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05/8/2003 scoop (4): they got those Perspex vision pieces out in detatchable. whadda dose run ya'?
01/13/2004 Dylan Danko: This rating is an OUTRAGE!!
02/6/2004 Texxx (3): I don't know if it's outrageous, but it's certainly nutrageous.
02/6/2004 Dylan Danko: Come on Texxx that was a revenge vote!
02/6/2004 Texxx: No, no! It wasn't. It was an honest assessment, and it actually raised the cumulative average, no thanks to those jerks out there.
02/6/2004 Dylan Danko: Well, it does raise the average so I guess I won't complain though this is a 5 star short dammit!
03/13/2004 Mr. Pony: You are wrong, Danko. This is a four star short. Your begging brings it down to three. However, some sniveling honor-free cowards obviously torpedoed it with invisible stars. In the name of Justice I hereby give you five stars.
03/13/2004 Mr. Pony (5): Five stars!
05/22/2004 John Slocum (5): Some human experiences will endure, no matter how advanced our technology becomes.