Monthly Archives: February 2018

Forgiveness

“You have to forgive people,” a friend of mine told me not long ago. I took issue. You don’t have to forgive anyone. At no point, no matter what happens, are you required to forgive someone for what they’ve done. … Continue reading

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Jane’s War (part 4)

Connecting to the soldier’s implants digitally was almost trivial. The hard part was the actual manipulation of data. For obvious reasons, the implants were designed to resist this exact sort of tampering. Covering her tracks was time consuming as well. … Continue reading

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Terrorism

I nearly lost my mother to terrorism. I didn’t, but it was close. I was 7 at the time, and didn’t understand it. It took me years before I really thought about it in terms of “Terrorism.” For a long … Continue reading

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The Fleet [Up the Spine]

Getting from Hab to the Spine is easy in theory. Just keep going up until you get to the doors labeled “Warning: Low Gravity Zone.” Theories are treacherous things. The gravity starts getting weaker pretty much immediately once you’re out … Continue reading

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