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Date: March 22 2014 4:41 PM Title: Chapter 19

In gts stories, it's appropriate to have "a much HIGHER authority."



Author's Response: Just doing a little more inter-linking, is all.

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Date: March 22 2014 4:40 PM Title: Chapter 18

I'd prefer a hand in her throat than her throat in my hand.



Author's Response: Well, you'd probably say that she reaped what she sewed.

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Date: March 22 2014 4:39 PM Title: Chapter 16

A pastiche name from Enid Blyton and Horton (who heard the Who/Hoo)?



Author's Response: It was more like "What if Patti Lupone had a daughter by Edward Norton?" My warped imagination took over from there.

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Date: March 22 2014 4:38 PM Title: Chapter 14

I think this chapter's for the birds LOL



Author's Response: I'm surprised you didn't use that pun for chapter ten of "WPV!"

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Date: March 22 2014 4:36 PM Title: Chapter 12

Miguel Morales and Mickey Mouse. The MM's are in abundance.



Author's Response: By now, it should be obvious that that was just a temporary cover name for Myron Meriwether.

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Date: December 14 2012 1:58 AM Title: Chapter 1

giantess woman

Author's Response: No, that was Operation: Utgard. See MORE THAN ONE CAN CHEW... over @ "Female Self-Gigantism Through The Ages."

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Date: December 28 2010 2:49 PM Title: Chapter 15

*Ilyusin Il-12: a Russian-made, twin-engine cargo plane, used by the PRC Air Force from the 1950-60's. It was similar to the more famous C-47, except for having three sets of retractable landing gear, rather than two.

Phrom Pong: the Japanese section of Bangkok, Thailand.

Tsamkong: formerly, the French colony of Fort Bayard. Now, the PRC seaport of Zhanjiang.

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Date: November 17 2009 1:04 PM Title: Chapter 17

*Kohai: Japanese term for a kind of personal protege'.

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Date: October 20 2009 11:37 AM Title: Chapter 13

*Berlin Airlift: emergency transportation of food and supplies to West Berlin (06/24/48-05/12/49), during a Soviet blockade of terrestrial routes into the Allied-occupied city.

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Date: October 16 2009 1:15 PM Title: Chapter 11

*Doukhobors: pacifistic sect of the Russian Orthodox Church.

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Date: October 09 2009 1:32 PM Title: Chapter 10

*Superball: American brand name for the Zectron-rubber ball manufactured by Wham-O Toys, starting in 1965.

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Date: June 04 2009 3:19 PM Title: Chapter 6

Nichiren (1222-1282): a Japanese monk who basically said that the Lotus Sutra school of Buddhism was right, and all the others were wrong.

Yamabushi: any reclusive mountain-dwelling monk of Japan. Ninjitsu is supposedly derived from the martial arts of these religious hermits.

Sarumawashi: literally, "monkey-trainer." Any street performer who puts on a show, using a trained snow macaque, for tourists and Japanese nine-to-fivers alike.

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Date: June 03 2009 8:11 PM Title: Chapter 5

Great story so far, but it is kind of confusing and hard to read. I like the amount of thought you've put into it. :)

Author's Response: Well, it should be fairly obvious--in the first two chapters--that I was hinting at JFK actually having been killed by a ninja with the power to shrink his entire body, at will! But, that he wasn't the only world leader to have been assassinated by such means.

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