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Spazoid
October 17th, 2017
The fact that Green and Pawsy are running off scared of AL...they're picking up a vibe they want nothing to do with (then again, they ARE hybrids, and animals pick up all sorts of cues humans easily miss)

Not sure how Fel will take Al not coming after her,even though she understands watch shifts....

Be interesting to see how this shakes out.
Spazoid
October 10th, 2017
That does indeed explain a lot.

On another point...gotta love the buried pirate treasure just next to the dug-in hideout.
Spazoid
September 5th, 2017
Muggs....dear....you need to chill out, a lot.

It's called a mistake...and a LOT more innocent of one than you made when you hit on Al.
@Arnor02: A sharpened E tool WAS used as a melee weapon at times during warfare.

There's no such thing as a fair fight when you're fighting for your life.
Hopefully the presumably higher rent won't hurt Deniz's ability to pay the bills for the Den TOO much.
@Darwinskeeper: Except for the whole making-animal/human-hybrids part.
"Do you have pets?"

"Well....technically...."
Gotta love the raccoon tail on his phone!
@Dorcus: I worked as a legal secretary in a family law office for 8 years....marriage failures were across the board in age in our office.

For myself, tho...54 years old and hitting the 26 year mark with the wife on Friday.

As for Al....he kinda dug a hole for himself here....best to stop digging.
I think some of you claiming that Swift had a hand in her leader's death (called "fragging." Happened a number of times in Vietnam) have never been in the military and don't understand the nature of a combat team.

When you're in the field on a mission, you depend on each other to get in and out safely, especially if things go south. You don't bring personal differences with you...they get in the way and put the entire team at risk.

The cheetah got caught by a grenade...probably a fragmentation one (where the term "fragging" comes from). The blast radius of a frag grenade can be 50 meters. She obviously took the brunt of it and was lucky to even come out of the blast with only severe leg wounds.

There was absolutely nothing sinister here...just what happens on a combat mission with the other side fights back.
@c_arnold: Especially when they touch foreheads. Maybe it's because I'm a cat person, and my cats do this to me all the time, but it's a deeply intimate gesture.
@JoshC: 1st rule of combat....no battle plan survives first contact with the enemy.
Good luck getting the license and someone to officiate.

Al....jut let it of and keep living the way you're living.
"Ladies 8and tigers*..."

BWHAHAHAHAAAAAA!!!!
And a 3 from the Russian judge!

(kids, ask your grandparents)
HA! Gotta love the completely unneeded knuckle cracking from Bonnie.

"Let the pro handle this."

BWHAHAHHAAAAA!