The ultimate sci-fi doesn’t just deal with future technologies or aliens invasions. It also deals with the human condition.
Karla Fetrow- When the stars disappear and the long, black night descends, fear reigns supreme.
Grainne Rhuad- Anonymous and Scientology share a history of being at odds, but just now it seems that Anonymous is winning.
Bill the Butcher- Inside, the machine was surprisingly roomy, so that even with the three of them, it did not feel particularly crowded.
Azazel- Year by year my faith in the wisdom of God has been wearing away just like the statue out front. During times of prayer I find myself thinking terrible thoughts…
Azazel- The only part of the whole conversation that had any relevance to me was one single word. “Drone”. My mission to protect the meeting was thwarted by the one thing I would never have imagined nor had any means to defend against.
Bill the Butcher: “If it had no military application, do you think it would’ve got any funding? Who has the money to spare for space travel, and experimental space travel at that?”
Karla Fetrow- The Council is back in chambers with accusations of piracy on every tongue. Young news reporter, Beverley Strom, catches a word with Congressman Oyagek that prompts her G-Net sponsor to call her.
Karla Fetrow- Failing to gain a majority vote despite President Ting’s support, Vandeweerd prepares to leave yet another deadlocked summit meeting when his course his swayed by a minor detail. Queen Caridad, of the Peruvian Empire has summoned him.
Karla Fetrow: Klaus Vandeweerd attends the State dinner to discover what the Democratic Council President proposes as a bargain for getting the Federals off his back. He hopes to engage the President of Russia into a conversation concerning the Northern Alliance