MAY
09
HIGH APPROVAL RAVINGS
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That’s a guarded “yes,” I guess. Let’s be happy for the small victories
Well, there’s everything to be gained, and only losing something she loves very much. Will she go through with it when the time comes?
Guess we’ll find out more pretty soon.

Not next time though. Next time will be silly. Consider yourself forewarned.

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COMMENTS
By: Klem
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Klem
may
13

Yes. That makes perfect sense to me, seriously.

By: Charlie
may
11

Edison has a lot of people who care for her. And some (cough cough Eleanor and Reade) who don’t, but still wish her well. But ultimately, she can’t do this for them. She has to do it for herself. Let’s hope she reaches out for help when she needs it, because all of them would gladly lend a hand. Or tentacle.

By: Charlie
may
11

Chickens? That’s right, Thursday night is coming up in the GK world. Time to get out the dice and play a little T & T. Mount up the mighty war chickens!
To answer your question, no. No chickens next time. I can say no more.

By: Charlie
may
11

Yes she does. But she’s getting handed a golden, once-in-a-lifetime opportunity here.
That part’ll be easy. It’s the follow-up where things get scary.

By: Charlie
may
11

Oh, tell me about it. I quit smoking years ago, and still haven’t lost the weight. I know exactly what you mean about the disconnect, Tru.
And thank god I don’t much like alcohol either. I used to, but when I quit smoking I quit drinking too.
Now if I could just quit pizza…

By: Charlie
may
11

It was a halfhearted yes. A yes and a no at the same time. She knows she needs to quit, but she doesn’t necessarily want to. I mean, she doesn’t want to give up getting drunk. Part of that is a simple resistance to change.
Or maybe she knows that she’s going to do it no matter what, but she wants to exert her will anyway.

By: Klem
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Klem
may
11

Was it a ‘yes?’ Odd, reading it I saw it as a ‘no.’ Maybe that says something about me, but I felt she was rejecting the pressure.

But carry on, sir, you’re the cartoonist here! lol

By: Tru
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Tru
may
10

Oddly enough, I can be Edison sometimes. I’m overweight (by quite a lot) and am perfectly capable of actively stuffing my face while telling myself all the benefits of losing (mumble-mumble) pounds. It’s like there’s some kind of disconnect between what I know I NEED to do, and what I ACTUALLY do. And even though I’m obviously aware of the disconnect, it just … doesn’t change anything.

Thank god I don’t like alcohol.

By: Delta-v
may
10

Uh, that sounds a lot more like an “ I SAID WHAT!!! ” tomorrow…

“…next time will be silly…” O ooh! Will there be chickens involved? ^^

By: Dragonsreach
may
9

Very powerful.
No too sure that peer pressure on Edison is going to work.
She’s the one who needs to decide to go sober or not.

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