The Road To Oblivion-Part II

Gloria looked up and caught Val’s eyes looking at them in the rear-view mirror. For a brief moment, they assessed each other before Val returned her gaze to the twisting road ahead. Val gave her an uneasy feeling. Was she loyal to the Dragons or was she setting them up for ambush? She could only ride along and see what comes next.

They continued to discuss the details of the mission as they traveled southeast to ever lower altitudes. More villages came up on the road ever closer together. They would enter Tbilisi in a few hours.

“What about our primary target, the Cybrid leader in Astana? Gloria asked. How will we take out Vika, her men, and still move across borders to get the target? He will be alerted long before we can get there.”

“While Vika is busy with you, I will go back to Kirill’s headquarters and take care of him and his staff. They only communicate via couriers for obvious security reasons so we will have a window of opportunity to synchronize our attacks. Tesli will take over-watch nearby but she can’t afford to get ahead of you during the attack or Vika will realize she is trapped and try to escape,” Val explained in that monotone voice of Dragon Sister Warriors as they explain the coordinating efforts of a combined arms attack.

When things settled down, Gloria returned her attention to Raul. He put his arm around her shoulder and held her to him. He kissed the top of her head and rubbed her arm.

“We’ll sleep in shifts. One of us must remain awake at all times.” Raul whispered. Gloria looked up into his tired face. She kissed him and whispered back.

“You sleep now. I’ll wake you when we get into Tbilisi.”

Raul closed his eyes as Val went through the S10 to E60 exchange and once on the main highway, she accelerated toward Tbilisi.

Gloria rested on Raul’s shoulder. She couldn’t wait to get him in a clean bed for the night. They had much to do to get ready, but nothing would keep her from enjoying her man. The thought of finishing this mission and the two of them disappearing on Raul’s ship to sail the oceans and live like they wanted, free of the world’s encumbrances, made the pit of her stomach tingle and her body burn to feel Raul’s love again.

They entered Tbilisi in the early evening. Gloria woke Raul, and they both began to watch as they drove south on Skhvitori bridge across the Mtkvari River past the huge Tbilisi shopping mall. Raul noticed the American Embassy compound where they turned west beside the Ristorante Fortuna to the end of 66th Street next to a large complex of warehouses. Gloria noted the signs that pointed south to the Security Police headquarters and east, the National Bureau of Enforcement.

“You picked a hell of a place to have a battle with the Cybrids.” Gloria broke the silence in the dark cabin of the car.

“It will force Vika to plan on a quick mission knowing the security police can respond in minutes to a full battle. The proximity of police gives you the advantage because they will try to come in light and fast to get away.”  Val always seemed confident in the outcome.

“Will you be leaving after you drop us off?” Raul asked Val.

“Yes, I’ll head back to Astana to meet Kirill. You kill Vika, and I take out Kirill leaving the Cybrids leaderless. The Dragons will see that as the pre-arranged sign to begin their counter-attack. We’ll end the resistance once the Cybrids learn of the defeat of their leaders. This battle will break their will.”

“And if we fail?”  Gloria grilled Val.

“If we fail, the war will continue, and the Cybrids will eventually develop the skill and weaponry to meet the Dragons on the battlefield with parity if not superiority.”

“Then we won’t fail,” Gloria spoke with an even tone as they exited the car and began walking toward the dark three-story apartment.

They walked in silence to the third floor stopping at the last apartment at the end of the hall. Val opened the door with a key and gave it to Raul. Tesli stayed at the head of the stairs at the opposite end to watch for anyone coming in.

“There is no one else in the building. Anyone you see or hear after Tesli and I leave won’t be friends,” Val cautioned.

Raul walked inside, turned the living room lights on and began to check out the small apartment. Gloria remained by the door talking to Val. When Raul returned, Gloria looked at him; he nodded to signal everything looked in order.

Gloria smiled and reached for Val giving her the customary Dragon Sister farewell. She held Val tight against her. She placed her cheek against Val’s and spoke to her.

“Tell your mother I am sorry for what I did and if I had my life over again, I would obey my masters and leave her in peace. I promise after this is over, Raul and I will seek our lives together as far from war and the past as possible.”

Gloria looked into the stunned face of Mariah and Peter’s daughter. There was no malice in her eyes. Gloria was letting go of her last bit of guilt and preparing to face her final battle with a pure heart.

Val’s mouth moved and an utterance caught in her throat. It was too late to turn back the clock. Fate would decide the outcome, and they would live or die according to their fate.

Gloria felt Val hug her in return. The flow of energy between them was a balm that temporarily soothed years of pain and self-hate that haunted Gloria in every quiet moment of her life.

Val squeezed Gloria’s hand.

“To victory,” Val whispered.

“To victory,” Gloria repeated in a quiet, detached voice.

Val turned and walked down the hall. The echo of her steps matched the emptiness Gloria felt in her heart. To see Mariah and Peter’s daughter reminded her of the life she dreamed of in Peter’s arms years ago. Now, childless and infertile, she clung to Raul for comfort.

Tesli and Val turned to look at the Dragons standing in the corridor, arm in arm. They paused to burn the memory of the Dragons in their minds. No one expected to see each other again in this world.

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  1. Wow. “No one expected to see each other again in this world.” That’s kind of how I feel right now! But I know everything will be okay eventually.

    Gloria has certainly grown, and I love to see characters change like that. It’s part of what makes a story great. As always, you’ve left us right on the edge!

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    1. I remember that feeling of doom so many times but after a while it didn’t bother me so much. It did make me appreciate tiny insignificant things that made life grand. Gloria has evolved into someone I like. She is realizing her role has changed. Just one more time and call it done. Sometimes that one more time is our last so we have to live well each day. The big midnight goodby love scene comes out tomorrow. I’ve edited it to be less ummm uhhhh graphic and more romantic in a Dragon warrior sort of way. There are a few somewhat almost hidden metaphors, I hope you like them. I do believe everything will be okay. Fear is the mind killer. If we control our fear and pay attention to simple health and safety protocols, we won’t need a bazillion sheets of toilet paper, gallons of skin dissolving chemicals, or special masks we have to sanitize four times a day. Inconvenience yes, fear and loathing optional. These are once in a lifetime events and how we find our way through it tells us who we really are at the moment. Of course, if I get the virus and croak, I want you to post scathing remarks in the comment section about how ridiculous my theory was that flatulence helps enforce social distancing. Take care of you out there 🤗

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      1. Right now we all have to tap our inner strength – we are warriors, not victims. I definitely appreciated the small things yesterday when I went out for a little walk. The birds chirping, a mass of daffodils in full bloom, the sound of children playing in their yards.

        Looking forward to catching up on the latest. 🙂 During dark times we can always turn to flatulence for a pick-me-up, and as you mentioned, a life-saving solution!

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        1. LOL, you make my day. Your humor is the best. We’ll get through this. The media is once again bombarding us with scary news. I want to hear about how we are going to pull together to stop the spread and feel free to go to work and eat ice cream outside next to strangers licking their lips and crunching their cones and not feel like something weird is going on.

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          1. Yes we will! I get my daily newsfeed but that’s it. If I’m surfing on the web I try to avoid looking at the glaring headlines. I heard the ice cream truck in my neighborhood yesterday but it just made me sad. It was my mom’s birthday on Saturday and so I put Wolfgang’s harness on and went over there with her blessing. We only stayed outside and sat on the deck, with plenty of space between us. As long as people continue to follow the recommendations and take this seriously, we will get on top of it.

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            1. I enjoy the idea of you taking Wolfgang out too for a stroll. He probably enjoys a chance to get out and practice his cat moves. I hope your mom had a great birthday. It’s important for us to be safe but we also need to maintain our bonds when possible. This will be over and we don’t want to look back with regret.

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              1. He hasn’t been outside in years! I don’t even have a balcony at my apartment. So he was lovin’ it. She had the best birthday she could considering the situation. My dad was sweet and went out to get her a special coffee treat in the morning, and they already had some food she wanted for a nice dinner. I just wasn’t invited for the feast since I’m young and germy – very understandable given the risks. But it was nice to be outside and talk to real human family for a little while. We’re experimenting with video chatting next.

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                1. Young and germy. Ha, they have you mixed up with the Gen Z spring breakers. It sounds nice tho. I think we will be doing a lot of video stuff in the coming months. My youngins are all into it and they keep me laughing all day long with vids of their activities to maintain sanity. The last born sent me a vid of her moon walking around in the kitchen while making cold coffee lattes and she kept cracking up at herself.

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                  1. I’ve been doing video conferencing at work, too. We need it! I miss my coworkers.

                    I always wanted to moonwalk and people have tried to teach me. So it sounds like those skills run in your family. Eh? Eh? 😉 We could all use more laughs these days.

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                    1. I do believe laughter cures every ailment or personality defect. You are a great tonic Lauren because your wit and humor is first class and genuine. I always end up snort laughing when you cut loose on something. Eccentricity appears to run amok in my family. My siblings make me look like the Grinch that Stole Christmas. We have been a family comedy show for so long we wouldn’t know how to talk to each other if we weren’t laughing. One cannot be fearful or full of angst if laughing. Smiles are far more contagious than some rude new virus.

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                    2. That it does. 🙂 I get that from my dad, he’s a hoot! When my parents and I get together, even on these video chats, we usually end up laughing a lot, sometimes to the point of tears. I’m glad your family is close like that, too.

                      But last night they called me out of the blue and put me on speaker phone. They were arguing about a Scrabble rule and needed a mediator. They have this ancient Scrabble box and rule guide so I had to get on the official Scrabble website and send them a screen shot to clarify what they were arguing over since the original rule wasn’t very clear. It was getting pretty intense. In the end, my mother was right. 😀

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                    3. Waaaa haaa haaaa! And this is the beauty of the connected world. We can stay connected. That is so cool how they engaged you to research while they debated their positions vigorously. I already know I’m never to argue with a woman who sticks to her position. That means she is right and if I keep going, I’m going to get teeth and claws all over my tender behind. Of course, I do forget that rule sometimes and have to relearn it. That is another great story to add to the family story book.

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                    4. They are vicious when that Scrabble board comes out. Or dominos. I was ready to have them toss a coin but they said that was unacceptable. We’ve got Aries vs. Scorpio here, two of the most stubborn signs. Dad still hasn’t learned to accept his defeat.

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                    5. Ha ha ha! I really like your parents. Dad didn’t get to be a race car driver by giving up his position. In fact, it takes a whole lot more gumption to be a race car driver than an astronaut. And of course your mom had to be pretty tough to hang in there on the high speed drifts around the corners. Good thing they have you to referee on the close calls. Such a cool story 😎😎🏎

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          2. My parents are pretty cool. Maybe Dad’s influence is why I preferred playing with matchbox cars as a kid over dolls. 😀 And nobody messes with my mama.

            I hope all is well in Hyperionland and you’re making sure to get plenty of sweet, fresh spring air.

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            1. Hold on to those lovely parents and don’t let them get away. Everything is going well here. It’s very quiet now. This weekend we had a heck of a spring storm. It was like a giant pressure washer. Now it cool temps and mellow skies. Oh! And I got my virus stimulus check so I can now go out and buy more beer, pizza, toilet paper and Lysol. If I can find any. How are you and Wolfgang holding up?

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              1. I’m glad to hear it – we got some of that storm as well, and tomorrow more rain, and maybe even snow on Friday. I was hoping I’d get my stimulus check in time for my birthday tomorrow but it’s not here yet. I even did my dang taxes in February. I tried logging in to the IRS site to track the status of the check but it’s not loading since there’s too many people checking on theirs. We are holding up alright, keeping busy with work and making sure to get plenty of exercise. I trust you’re still doing your glute exercises. 😀 I have one roll of toilet paper left. gulp

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                1. Happy Birthday Lauren 🥳🎂 I hope your check arrived today and your day was special, maybe fulfilled with a TP rescue. Glad you can get a workout in. I think exercising a little each day keeps sanity close at hand. I am indeed turning my rubber butt into buns of steel. I have 16 steeps in my house that I zip up and down and then do my workout. I still get my step goal and calorie burn goals almost everyday unless teleconferences get a little excessive but there are many ways to cope. I’m liking this home office stuff. There are no people involved muwaaaa haaaa haaaa!

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                  1. Thanks, Hyp! Unfortunately I must be one of many Americans affected by the TurboTax glitch. I ended up having to send my bank account info again to the IRS and though they’ve accepted it and said I’m eligible, there is no word on when the $$$ will show up. Thankfully I’m not in desperate need of it at this very moment.

                    My parents dropped off some flowers, ice cream and TP!!! It was a pleasantly rainy day.

                    I’m right there with ya, oh the perks of working from home! ❤ Kudos on working those buns so they’re in tip top shape!

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                    1. Dang! I hope you don’t get abandoned in the Kronos Apocalypse. Honestly, this experience has been humbling in so many ways but it wasn’t the government that held our hands here in North Bama, but each other. I feel like it was always meant to be that way, we just forget until the chips are down. Isn’t it awesome when our parents show up with the three keys to happiness in an unhappy world. When you’re down to your last three sheets of TP on your birthday and they show up with flowers, ice cream, and TP, you know life is still good. 🌞

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                    2. There’s the bright side – communities coming together and also people being reminded of what’s really important. Haha, they even sent me one sheet of TP in the birthday card I got in the mail. I can always count on them. ❤

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                    3. Small acts of kindness are breaking out everywhere. We still got it. That was a good idea including a sheet of TP in your B’day card. I mean, there are 500 uses for TP besides the obvious. Of course, we never realize how useful it is until we don’t have any. Plus, you know your parents still love you. That’s the best of all.

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  2. Nostalgia, looking back, painful memories of guilt and remorse…yes, if you think the end has come, that you may never see these living souls again, these are exactly the thoughts that would run through your head. You have captured the emotions perfectly my friend as you fire up another juicy plot segment…the attack is about to begin..and they cannot fail because the Cybrids would evolve into a superior fighting force! All Gloria and Raul want to do is sail away and be free of these earthly encumbrances…which truly resonates because that’s all EVERYBODY wants to do! Be free! Well done again Hype! Can’t wait to see how the battle goes!!!
    While I’ve been wondering if we’re actually living the beginning of the Zombie Apocalypse, it took me some time to put up a new post…but drop by…I squeezed one out!! Tally Ho!!

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    1. Thank you Bro! You get it exactly. It is a kind of common experience in uncommon circumstance. The zombie apocalypse is upon us. It seems the real zombies are those that don’t care thus catching and spreading the virus willy Nilly creating a medical catastrophe world wide. Pure stupidity from the shallow end of the gene pool spreads this virus when it is easy to kill and protect from. Basic precaution would the virus in its tracks but we can’t get enough people to play by the rules.

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      1. I hate to admit it, but if I were in my 20s I’d be partying at the beach too! You remember those young, immortal, stupid invulnerable days I hope. I think the real problem are the psychopaths in office! Mooohahaaahahaaa!!!

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        1. My 20’s were astonishing years of discovery. The gods below were good to me and I can say they were the best years of my life although I’ve had good years ever since. Life has a way of toning down the wonder years by repetition and now knowing what comes next takes the edginess out of life. I can say one thing for sure, I never went to the doctor after four hours of Viking adventure. I did drink ale and sleep soundly tho.

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          1. Youth,the best time in anyone’s life…regardless of what is happening in “the world.” As a parent, I’ve often wondered how I’d feel if my 18 year old son got drafted fight in some war…too young, too soon, too sad. But from an 18 year old’s point of view…damn they’re happy to be out of the house!!!

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            1. This is true Bro. I had a strange need to explore and fear was always overcome by curiosity and the more life beat the crap out of me the smarter I got and for a long long time, I beat the crap out of life. Now in my benevolent stage, life is back for seconds.

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      2. …and it took me this long to believe Corona Virus is real. I’m looking at the data coming out of Italy and my jaw won’t close. We could be staring into an oncoming tsunami! So yeah, self isolate!!

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        1. The thing that clinched my anal cleft was New York City is on par to catch Italy and surpass them and that is just one city in America, Italy is a country. My city went from 1 confirmed to over 1000 confirmed in 4 days. Our hospitals are already overrun and not medical treatments are available in the whole northern state except life threatening illness or injury. So bro’s, we gotta sew ourselves up when the ax slips cause the hospital will turn you away.

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            1. Oh sorry, didn’t mean to mislead. No, I was just reading about New York’s epic struggle yesterday but the population is not cooperating and the virus is ballooning everyday. I live in North Alabama across the street from NASA HQ. No one has ever heard of us. We are like the men’s room in the Oval Office. Nobody really wants to go there to see what is going on. But, it’s where all the decisions are made. We have our own issues as well but the city is taking it very serious. I am sheltered in place because I am the only person in America that heads up a particular line of R&D that develops technologies for operators that aren’t even born yet. You know, the usual stuff like Hawking Drives for intergalactic space travel, rearranging DNA to invent new bio tools that think and act in specified ways to perform a task. For instance, a bio-wrench that knows how to repair the Hubble space craft, can go alone into space, repair the Hubble then come back and have a beer, tell some off color jokes, and be satisfied with not getting a pay check. It’s hard, but I have the sense of humor to try. 😏🤥

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              1. Holy…I’ll add that to my fiction…good stuff Bro!! You’re the real deal! If you haven’t thought of it yet, make that Bio wrench out of Tardigrades…the only known organism capable of surviving in deep space!!

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                1. As a matter of fact, Tardigrades are of keen interest. They are teaching us how to better protect ourselves from environmental extremes. These are real creatures, not just a funky microbe. They aren’t invulnerable but they are far better equiped to survive than 90% of the flora and fauna on the planet. Can you imagine if evolution theory of the late 19th century was accurate, after this next die off, they might be zipping around as ten foot sentient beings looking for love and beer at all the Water Bear hangouts and wondering what life was like back in the day. If anyone makes it, they will.

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      3. Quote: “we can’t get enough people to play by the rules.” If everybody played by the rules you really would have your final zombie apocalypse, Daniel. Think about that. It’s not what we’re for, and the “virus” is so obviously a mega scam it defies imagination. Worthy of some of the worst written science fiction. You’re going to find my today post a challenge: I don’t – EVER – play by the rules. So we’re poised on a possible final confrontation between Dragons and Cybrids. I’ve been wondering, what do the “leaders” (they must exist somewhere) actually do want? Passive, totally controlled Cybrids who do what they’re told at all times and who will become the “new and improved humanity” even if they aren’t human? If the Cybrids are unable to exercise a mind of their own, then I guess the elites finally win total control over the “species”? So, kill off all the Cybrids who refuse to be mind slaves of the elites and rebel? I’m not following this very well, am I.

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        1. Hi Sha’Tara. I’m seriously going to have to pay attention to what I write or you’re going to have to beat me regularly to get me to play by the other set of rules 😁. The story should really hit your yes indeedy button. It’s showing us how we think about us good, them bad. Like Brave New World, Aldous Huxley was showing us a mirror image of our own behavior with a bit of a plot twist. I use Dragons and Cybrids or people would burn me at the stake if I used existing earthians. Are you missing the anti-war flavor? Like all noble causes, they start out as idealists and end as terrorists. Our two protagonists are torn between their gut feelings and their duty. But, their desire to leave it all behind and make a life together is winning. I know you aren’t a fan of any form of love but it is popular in the written language. Maybe the love that has finally conquered Gloria and Raul’s heart comes too late yet they live in the moment because they have been around too long not to know what comes next. This story doesn’t glorify our nature, it shows the consequence of it. Few people in the world will know a pure and lasting love but every human that has ever lived has known a pure and lasting hate. Hate is a real emotion that satisfies far more of our nature than love ever could. Like joy and pain, we are designed for pain, we strive for it in everything we do, yet joy is rare and considered more desirable. Love and joy are not a part of our nature and so it will never bring us to any lasting peace. The story doesn’t follow your view of things, this is true. But cast aside your strongly held views and look at what is really happening in the story, the same things you are against and for every character in the story there will be or is a consequence for believing in a prophecy and trying to bring it to fruition. The Dragons wanted to improve humanity and took it on themselves to change humans over generations but the planners failed to realize that each individual, Cybrid and human has a final vote and the Cybrids in remote Eastern Europe wanted their own destiny not the ones the Dragon Masters foresaw. And we also see hints of the Old Testament where anything but blind obedience resulted in horrific punishments of violence and further degradation, all to please a vain and jealous God. There are many threads here that point to what brings us to conflict and also how we come to detest it, realize its fallacy and ultimately choose to turn away from the violence and the reasons for it. That’s my message anyway. It may not be evident enough in prose. That’s always a risk. Don’t worry, I definitely am not trying to change minds, just holding up the mirror and every reader sees what they want to see.

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          1. Whoops, just realized you were commenting on a comment and not the story. Never mind. The rules I was talking about weren’t capitalist rules or government rules but rules of good common sense when it comes to health and safety. The virus is bad and very contagious but simple individual precautions would get us through without much trouble. It’s the people who refuse to follow those basic common sense rules that spread the virus across the world, each death a murder at the hands of those thoughtless clods who will never admit their stupidity even as they too die. It’s too late to care now, the bug is out and clods are spreading it like wildfire. Where is compassion If one cares so little to follow easy simple rules of good health and safety keeping other people’s well being in mind. Individual common sense, compassion for others, and selfless consideration have nothing to do with government, society, religion, or any other entity except the individual. People can choose to stop being selfish and start being sensible, but they won’t so moronism is under attack and hopefully we’ll lose more morons than decent folk. The gene pool is so polluted it’s starting to look like that continent of plastic circling the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. I said a few months ago we needed a pandemic even if it took me out, we needed something to thin the dull end of the Bell Curve. I had no idea anyone would take me serious, least of all China. But, China claims it was a US virus so politics continue unabated just like the virus.

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          2. From a philosophical and historical viewpoint, there seems to be a whole lot more to this story than the excerpts allow a reader to look into. Your explanation… well… explains much that obviously must be happening behind the scene(s) or much that pre-dated and post-dates, the actual story telling. I’ve now read the last episode – 3 times actually to insure I didn’t miss anything crucial to the developing theme – and now must wait for some denouement. As you know, the bed scenes don’t interest me at all – my only explanation for that is I’m transgendered and sex is not on my menu. If others want to indulge in it I’m totally OK with it as long as they don’t expect me to participate, observe or judge performances… Does that make me a certifiable bitch or what!

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            1. I really didn’t think you would like it but wanted to explain it’s part as the two warriors realize the don’t have a garauntee on the outcome and they know the battle is coming, they retreat into each other for that last bit of comfort. This is a true part of our nature under these circumstances. Gloria asks for reassurance by asking him to tell her the things they will do after it’s over. Looking to the future gives one hope in a hopeless situation. So it isn’t so much the act but the promise and reassurance that can mean the difference for someone facing impossible odds.

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              1. Yes, I had mentioned that before, quite Hemingwayish… It is quite “Earthian” indeed. My own nature would insist on total detachment, focus on the coming challenge and meditation on the strong possibility of death. Those who are honestly and openly prepared to die are the most likely to survive because awareness of imminent death brings a superior clarity to one’s thoughts and acts; are much less likely to be surprised or make terminal mistakes. Of course it is possible that your Dragon people can achieve this state of detachment and clarity in a shorter time than normal people would. It will be interesting to see how they defend and attack to achieve their goal.

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            2. And I would add I see zero problems with you being you. You are genuine and up front with our feelings so no one should be wondering how you feel about certain things. I don’t see a bitch at all but you do feel strong about things that are wrong with the world and you call it as you see it. I respect that.

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    1. Thank you so so much Rene. I try to capture that reflection on life that always occurs before a big battle. There is a time to set things aside and surrender to the storm. Next chapter is going to be a little change of pace for everyone. Kymber is a hoot and does a sim story that is generational and amazing. We are both INFJ and recently another INFJ, Dot, an accomplished artist and blogger, joined in. We are supposed to be rare people but we find each other like magic here on WP. Beware the rise of the a INFJ. Art, literature, and Dark Fun will break out everywhere. 😁

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