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More on comments for "The 2nd Amendment"

January 11, 2019
Posted at 10:36 pm
 

I have reinstated the comments for this story. I did not realize how easy it was to ask Lazeez and his folks to remove a comment that I found objectionable. They removed it for me, and everything is now in happy valley, as the saying goes.

I was so pissed off at what that commenter had done that I flew off the handle. Now I know better, and I apologize to everybody who might have been inconvenienced. I promise to pay more attention to my options from now own.

Thank you for putting up with my tantrum.

Comments for story "The 2nd Amendment"

January 10, 2019
Posted at 6:07 pm
 

I cut off comments for this story because of a political comment that I consider very objectionable. I don't know if or when I will turn it back on. I asked that there not be similar comments, but the person re-entered the identical message. I guess it was to test my resolve, because I like comments about the story.

I just don't understand some people!

Uh-oh, I goofed again

November 21, 2018
Posted at 1:06 pm
 

Chapter 18 was the last chapter in this story. I must have missed marking it that way when I originally posted it into the SOL queue. Anyway, this is all for now. Thanks for reading it.

New Story: The Missing Cargo Plane

September 20, 2018
Posted at 12:02 pm
 

My next story is similar to some others that I have written in which people are the victims of the Bermuda Triangle and get shifted to what for them is a new reality. Yes, the story does include a replicator which is my "deus ex machina," but it is not the focal point of the story. Here is the blurb:

This is the first story in what is intended to be a series called "Dinosaur Planet" if there is enough interest. A three-person crew of a cargo plane is shifted to another planet by a six-waterspout storm over the Bermuda Triangle. Join them as they discover themselves on a planet ruled by intelligent dinosaurs. There is some sex, but not much, but there is a lot of action. 18 chapters, around 55,000 words.

Because of a lot of requests, I have enabled voting. I am curious to see how that turns out.

Rape gang and Jack's immunity in "Jack be Nimble"

March 3, 2018
Posted at 4:35 pm
 

Several people have commented on the question of why the cops are not chasing the rapists in school or going after Jack for the damage he is doing to the sports teams.

RAPE GANG: The girls have not made any formal complaint about the rapes because of the social situation at the time. This was a period during which a female was believed to have caused the rape by somehow tempting the rapist. Therefore, the girl would never be able to find a "decent" marriage after being raped. Under those circumstances, no girl would have admitted to being raped. Therefore, the cops did not know about the rape gang at the high school.

JACK NOT BEING TARGETED BY THE RAPE GANG: Back at that time, there was no way that a boy would willingly admit to a physical defect if he wanted to be accepted by the other teens. Therefore, everybody not attacked by Jack, even the other members of the rape gang, could not believe that Jack was less handicapped than he pretended to be. Therefore, no matter what the injured rapists had to say about Jack, they simply were not believed.

Anybody who does not believe the above paragraphs simply did not live in the time and place where these events were supposed to have taken place. I did live then and there, and I think that everything I have in the story is reasonable, including the things that happen later on in the story.

I will admit that I probably should have put these explanations inside the story, but I thought that I had made enough effort to state them in less strong language inside the narrative. I guess I assumed that other people had observed what I had seen, so no further explanation was necessary. Remember, back in the 1950s, TV had not homogenized society as much as it has now done, so regional differences were much more pronounced.