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Comments for 'Battle for the Norah: Part Seventeen'

11:58 am | May 6, 2004
I'm sure it will be as good as this one was. You don't usually make bad stories. But what do I know? I'm just a simpleton.
11:45 am | May 6, 2004
Good to hear. It'll be quite q while before the next part is out, though. I'm working on my next ASOWE.
11:38 am | May 6, 2004
Oh, I understand.

But the hunter is 29 feet tall! That's f'in huge. LOL

I would so love to fight one of those in Halo 2.

As for the central nervous system, meh. I'm not a biologist, I could really careless.
10:39 am | May 6, 2004

Why thank you Sterfrye, I try. LOL
1:23 am | May 6, 2004
Your sarcasm is flattering.
1:06 am | May 6, 2004
The story of your life for example. It wasn't supposed to be a comedy was it? All a big joke to me.

12:41 am | May 6, 2004
Wow a 9 or 10 foot tall hunter, made into a 29 foot tall flood, da*n I wanna kill one of those in the game.
12:12 am | May 6, 2004
I've MADE a bad story?
10:51 pm | May 5, 2004
Oh, and I'm not sure about the spinal cord deal. As I wrote this, I was thinking of a quote from "Jurassic Park" by Muldon: THe problem witht these dinos is that they don't die easily. A shot to the heart is dicey due to thick ribs, and their central neervous system is spread out, so they don't die easily, even with a shot to the brain."
Or something like that. It just sounded better.
10:51 pm | May 5, 2004
No, actually. It's a Hunter taken over by Flood.
Agent Shade
8:11 pm | May 5, 2004
little bit of a matrix twist with that golden elite...fucking awesome, good to see i haven't been killed off yet...keep writing!
7:19 pm | May 5, 2004
Oh yea, and two things.

Is a Hunter Killer like a steroid-induced freakshow version of a hunter? Or is it something else? I'm thinking it is a steroid-induced Arnold Schwarzenegger behemoth freak, but that's just me.

And the other: The creature's central nervous system must have been along the spinal cord.

Isn't that where they always are?
7:08 pm | May 5, 2004
Long time no see Sterfrye. Good story as always. You never seem to disapoint. Old school is back in session.
3:52 pm | May 5, 2004
Wow! I've been waiting for another installment and it was worth the wait...