And there’s the cat!
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If your starship cabin has room enough for bookshelves and loveseats, UR DOIN IT RIGHT
Isn’t it adorable.
Had to look it up… I had no idea palatial was a word. ::sheepish grin::
What? No hot tub?
@Glennnn You seem to have this confused with the Captain’s Cabin.
(Actually, the hot tub was probably in the Owner”s Cabin, not crew quarters.)
I can has Cheezburgr?
Lol, who cares about good reasons, if you’re gonna be in space that long you need extra space!
David, if at one point I had a hot tub in my cabin, I’m sure some engineer probably appropriated the space for an air duct during the stupid refit for this stupid engine!
It would not surprise at all.
@ Fusella: Quick question: How do you pronounce your name? “Few(fyu)-sella” or “Foo-sella”? Thanks in advance!
I’ve always assumed the latter. I hope I’m not wrong, because it seems like once my brain decides on a pronounciation, it’s imprinted there for all time…
I have it on good authority that she pronounces it “Foo-SEL-la”.
I’ll bet the cat’s name is TM, for trouble maker.
What I’d like to know is how the cat got in Aria’s room to begin with…
That’s a very good question!
I’m quite confused by the characters in trouble down on the planet, simultaneous with these characters just poking around on the space ship looking for a cat?
It can seem a bit odd, especially when reading at the page-a-week pace which makes everything seem slower… What you’re seeing in these last few scenes with Darvin and Fusella are a few hours of at the end of a long day of not being able to do much to actively help the Survey Contact Team. I hope that in the long run, when you’ll be able to read these down-time scenes bookended by the more plot-heavy stuff, it’ll seem less out of place. *crosses fingers*
Thank you. I’ll stick with it….
Most curious about what’s going on underground.
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