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Name: Hermiones_Revenge (Signed) · Date: 03/04/05 17:31 · For: Chicken Feast
REVIEW 67! Anyhoo first I'd like to inform you that yes, next year we will be the "Insane Junior Society." And as for initiation...something will happen to you soon...that'll be it. You'll know what I'm talking about. You will. And honestly, I don't know what I'm going to do about the horrible ninja problem we're having in this town. Things are getting ridiculously out of control! And there's something you need to know...

In Salt Lake City, it's illegal to walk down the street holding a paper bag that contains.........a violin.

Author's Response: Hmmm... I must bring a paper bag and a violin next time I go to Salt Lake City... Right after I molest some butterflies in California and eat peanuts while walking backwards during a concert in New York! Speaking of ninja problems, it seems your Walt Whitman ninja is stalking me again. He doesn't think I know, but then again, he seems to think standing behind the printer is a foolproof spying area. I'm tempted to take my lettercutter and just lop off his knife-hand, but I don't know whether he's bound to you or not. Respond ASAP- he's looking at my pot roast with much too much hunger in his eyes...

Name: LilmissBrit (Signed) · Date: 03/04/05 11:47 · For: O She of Shadows
Great chappie! Love and violence = good. Put violence = lovely? No, honey, not really. UNLESS you are gunning down a dughoj. Now, the dughoj is a reculsive creature that lives in the highlands of Scotland. When gunned down by a semiautomatic handgun or other firearm purchase, instead of blood, cute little pink hearts will come streaming out of its gaping wounds. The reason for this strange anatomy goes back to the late 1300s, when it's main predator was the wkyofyt which died upon seeing something pink and cuddly. The wkyofyt was sadly driven to extinction in 1789, so now the dughoj has no purpose in its strange anatomy, other than being the only animal on the planet that does not offend anybody when killed. Apart from the gutyi, of course, but that's another story.

Author's Response: Good research, apart from one gaping hole. The wkyofyt is NOT extinct. I have the discovered that if one were to graft the DNA of the wkyofyt into other animals, strange things happen. So I tested it on myself. You wouldn't believe how hard it is to type when you have seventy-eight fingers on each hand and have an eye on each one.

Name: emaleth (Signed) · Date: 03/01/05 17:35 · For: O She of Shadows
i may or may not be a bit biased, but...ey think your real funne. u do good writins, an they make me laff. ur chaptors r full of culor an imagerie an ey like them. there vry good. mary me, pleze?????????????????

Author's Response: Lay off the vodka, please.

Name: emaleth (Signed) · Date: 03/01/05 17:08 · For: O She of Shadows
well, it is. so there.

Author's Response: Give me some insight as to why this chapter was so good, so that I may continue to produce great chapters in the future.

Name: emaleth (Signed) · Date: 03/01/05 17:00 · For: O She of Shadows
...and do i really need to tell you how amazing this chapter is? i'll give you a million 10's, a million times over! whatever happend to...? cliffie!!!!! mwahahahahaha!

Author's Response: A million 10's a million times over? Wow, I'm flattered! I didn't even think this chapter was that good.

Name: emaleth (Signed) · Date: 03/01/05 16:54 · For: O She of Shadows
i wish I could be a gothmage!

Author's Response: I wish I could be one too. Especially one in the higher castes, like Anchorite. They can learn to "shadow-port", or turn into a shadow and glide across rough terrain or walls. (They can only do this in the shade, however). Also, their attacks are mush stronger than those of, say, Beggars or Grangers (Not the person, the word for farmer).

Name: LilmissBrit (Signed) · Date: 03/01/05 6:43 · For: O She of Shadows
"(You can only be a fortuneteller, Elvis impersonator and Kool-Aid mascot for so long before your jobs started eating away at your personal life, after all, and there was that nasty stint in prison after that “defacing the major monuments of the world” phase he’d gone through." Priceless...long paragraphs, but well worth the trawl. Despite having a better canon than me I love it! I think you are very lovely for writing this in such a funny and sometimes violent manner. Which somehow almost defaces the meaning of lovely but anyhoo...great! LOL! BTW - chappie three is up of HP, Lord Voldy and the writer's block...sorry I'm just annoyed because NOBODY IS REVIEWING!

Author's Response: Violence and love can go hand in hand. You just have to come up with a compelling case to fire some rounds of artillery shells while professing your affection for your significant other. Like killing the imaginary genetically- enhanced robo-vulture that was about to rip off his/her dainty head.

Name: Hermiones_Revenge (Signed) · Date: 02/27/05 18:22 · For: O She of Shadows
Yes I do agree, that was the longest paragraph I think you've ever written (yes I know, you're shocked, I actually read it!) Moving on, I believe that the only appropriate thing to say after reading this particular chapter (besides the phrase "I saw a ninja on the Walt Whitman Bridge" ) is that I love you. And I'd also like to extend a membership to you into the elusive "Insane Sophomore Society" which consists of a small group of sophomores who are...insane. We're an elite team...all 3 of us...4 if you join us...(it was orignially 5, but our original founder turned out to only be temporarily insane. I on the other hand have completely lost it.) And also, I've heard talk of your 400 review cannon or what-not...I personally have a review-powered jet ski. Unfortunately I have absolutely no need of it, as people do not ride jet-skis around Philly (with a few exceptions)...would you like it? And keep writing by the way. *winks*

Author's Response: I would love to join your secret society of Insane Sophomores. Especially if there are some really cool initiation rituals. Preferably something that involves snak venom and new car smell. And maybe a little tome burning on the side. You know what would be great? Feasting on flesh. Pork flesh that is! We'll have an initiation barbeque. You can bring the shish-kebobs, I'll bring the contraband I keep finding under my bed and have no idea how it gets there, and we'll have a rip-roaring good time! One thing though- next year, will it be named the elusive "Insane Junior Society", or will we keep having to pretend we're sophs? Or should we get left back on purpose? I second the motion! Hmm... a ninja on the W.W. bridge, you say... contraband under the bed... review-powered jet skis... Why, it all makes sense now! THE HALF-BLOOD PRINCE MUST BE-- This is the ninja speaking. If you ever want to see this guy again, bring everything you own and some things you don't to the Walt Whitman Bridge by midnight. If you fail to comply, I will--- Sorry, me again. I just wrestled the ninja into submission. The authorities are taking care of him. What was I saying? Crap, I forgot. Don't you just hate it when there's that nagging in your head that you're forgetting something in important? Ach. Oh well. Is my initiation is still on? Good. See you tomorrow!

Name: LilmissBrit (Signed) · Date: 02/27/05 11:51 · For: Game, Set and Match
No, honey, £100. That's about $180. But that included shipping from Mars. You probably had a local dude, but I find that the martians sub-contract rather well. Now just get on with writing. You try my patients. They are all like: Goddamn it!! Oh yeah, and my patience. I do hate it when my spelling errors come back and hit me in the butt.

Author's Response: You'll be glad to know that I may have uncovered a lucrative business deal near the third arm of the Milky Way that may get us even better evil ragnarok cannons for only a strand of hair and a lollipop! Only one problem though: the cannon is so big that the Earth is too miniscule for its crosshairs to spot, even if the planet is an eyelash away from the lens. Oh well.

Name: LilmissBrit (Signed) · Date: 02/27/05 4:05 · For: Game, Set and Match
You got a 400 review cannon? Huh. And I thought I was cool with my 800 review cannon. Yours must be the prototype that I heard so much about over vacation. Mine cost me one hundred bucks. Quite cheap for a massive evil weapon that could quite possibly destroy the world.

Name: LilmissBrit (Signed) · Date: 02/27/05 4:05 · For: Game, Set and Match
You got a 400 review cannon? Huh. And I thought I was cool with my 800 review cannon. Yours must be the prototype that I heard so much about over vacation. Mine cost me one hundred bucks. Quite cheap for a massive evil weapon that could quite possibly destroy the world.

Author's Response: Ha! Yours costed $100? Mine only cost $85!... Plus $14.99 shipping and handling and tax.

Name: LilmissBrit (Signed) · Date: 02/26/05 4:51 · For: Game, Set and Match
Yeah, YAAAAY! As well, but Snape? Sexy? I gotta tell you, I did not see that one coming...lol! Dumbledore also amusing...yaay. I know what you mean about people not reveiwing! How annoying IS that?

Author's Response: Yeah, I hate it when people don't review. I mean, I should've gotten, like, 400 reviews by now. And then I could finally power up my review-fueled doomsday cannon and conquer the world. Just keep them coming people. Keep them coming.

Name: Hermiones_Revenge (Signed) · Date: 02/25/05 16:45 · For: Chicken Feast
I would like to inform you of a rather tragic thing that just happened, involving this story. Innocently I clicked on the link to the humor fic section, scrolled down a bit and BAM! Arthritis in my neck! Confused and a bit worried, I looked closer at my computer screen to find the cause of this rather unfortuante illness and there it was, your summary. Though I must say, you did warn me...now I have to send a letter to a few monks in Tibet, asking for the cure for my summary-caused arthritis. Hopefully the chief monk, Kalkabar, isn't on vacation in the Virgin Islands again. He's never around when you need him...anyhoo, patiently awaiting the next chapter, hoping it won't cause me any more medical problems. Until next time - *winks seductively, then realizes that she smells like tuna and races for a tic tac to prevent an incident*

Author's Response: You know Kalkabar? I know his brother, Karvav. Small world, huh? I sincerely apologize for your unfortunate affliction. But I did warn you. Anyway, after hours of tedious research, I came up with the perfect solution to your problems. It's a bit of an obscure solution, granted, but nevertheless quite effective. Simply chew some mistletoe while jumping over a fishtank with Pinky and the Brain in it and reading a strip of Gary Larson's off-center The Far Side. Then, as you wake up the next morning, be sure not to say the words "Wouldn't it be cool if a box of Rice Krispies had Ernest Hemingway on it?" and you're set.

Name: Zetera (Signed) · Date: 02/25/05 6:14 · For: Chicken Feast
Ha ha ha - that was great! I must read more when I get the time, but time is precious....plus it doesn't belong to me, as was brought to my attention a few days ago. Anyway, great fic, and thanks for the reviews!

Author's Response: When time isn't going your way, always remember this calming mantra: We're all going to die eventually, so what's the point?

Name: Azrael (Signed) · Date: 02/25/05 5:48 · For: Game, Set and Match

Author's Response: Go to the nearest lighthouse and ask for the lantern. Shine it twice if you see the new chapter by sea and once if by land.

Name: emaleth (Signed) · Date: 02/25/05 1:09 · For: Chicken Feast
52 yessssssssssss!

Author's Response: 52 is my lucky number. As of right now.

Name: Hermiones_Revenge (Signed) · Date: 02/24/05 19:56 · For: Chicken Feast
Fine, 51, but only because I love you.

Author's Response: No 52?

Name: Hermiones_Revenge (Signed) · Date: 02/24/05 17:54 · For: Chicken Feast
And one more, to make it '50' reviews.

Author's Response: No 51?

Name: Hermiones_Revenge (Signed) · Date: 02/24/05 17:54 · For: Game, Set and Match
And Snape is a sex god now? When did THAT happen? (probably around the same time when he will, apparently, marry Hermione...or Harry...or both...)

Author's Response: I was under the impression that Snape would marry a goblin named Tendercheeks.

Name: Hermiones_Revenge (Signed) · Date: 02/24/05 17:53 · For: Game, Set and Match
Now I know what I put my own readers through with "Hogwarts Overturned" (so THAT'S why it isn't getting as many reads as the rest of them...) ANYHOO it's good to know that there are others like me out there...*sniffs*...this story...makes me laugh!...and cry (well, not really)...and, erm...yeah.

Author's Response: I will now read "Hogwarts Overturned".

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