Re: [JMC_Blue_Dwarf] SoTM February 2003

Well I for one say thank you!
and I'm sure when my esteemed colleague Mr Kentlea next returns online he'll have a few words to say too
but JH..
next time you refer to the Phoenix as 'another shuttle'  Keto gets transfer as Jays personal secretary... 

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From: lucky_coincidence <lucky@...>
Sent: Monday, March 03, 2003 8:14 PM
Subject: [JMC_Blue_Dwarf] SoTM February 2003
> Andy wrote:> So JHXMT / Keto / Chris...> > been paying attention?  > > Time to announce Feb's winner methinks!   Okay, okay, I've been considering.  (And writing essays, but SoTM comes first!)  ;)  Well, it's been a hard decision this month (someone always ends up saying that, don't they?  Can't we have an EASY decision for once?)  There have been a lot of good posts lately, from several members of the group.  Tara's gradual descent into suicidal insanity was interesting to watch (and then mess up quite spectacularly by making the wrong people give blood, carry bodies and so forth...sorry about that!), though it did total the windscreen of yet another Starbug - the ship must be running quite low on them by now!  :)  Cerebrum's Valentine's Day was (as the FSG award showed) quite a hilarious one, and his subsequent "antics" with Dean and various clothing-eating chemicals painted them both in a very good light.  A semi-naked light, but a good one.  Niples' decapitation made even me somewhat surprised - evidently the Hymenoptera don't go in for this whole diplomacy deal - as Whitewolf's sudden snot-green-colouring escapades would serve to highlight.  As I say, there have been a great many brilliant posts this month, and it's incredibly hard for me to make a decision between them all.  So much so, in fact, that I'm going to have to make another split decision, as there's a pair of people I think  deserving of this award.  And so the Simmer Of The Month Award, February 2003, goes jointly to Jay Chrysler and Phil FeBuggre, whose sudden attack of voices in their heads has proved most amusing, and probably quite lucrative for Cerebrum in the future, no doubt.  :)  Congratulations Andy and Chris, keep up the good posts.  Now, if you'll excuse me, I have to translate The Dream of the Rood from a dead language into a living one.  - Chris (JHXMT)JMC's  best....brightest....the most number one resource in all things Blue Dwarf related,Take the Blue Dwarf Quiz now!To unsubscribe from this group, send an email to:JMC_Blue_Dwarf-unsubscribe@egroups.comYour use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to the Yahoo! Terms of Service.

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