Future Man"You sure this is a good idea?"Future Man6 years ago in Humor More Like This
Scholz shot Lenning a look, her eyes narrowed threateningly.
"Okay, okay. I'm just asking." Lenning raised his hands in futility. He knew as well how desperate the situation had become.
The High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) was in trouble with a capital T. The giant array of antennae was located in Alaska, power supplied by a pair of experimental Navy fusion reactors, and was capable of dumping 4.5 teravolts of electrical energy into the earth's atmosphere. The cover story was simple enough: research of earth's magnetic fields.
The reality was far more complicated: weather control, death rays from the sky. Hurricane Katrina had been the most recent experiment gone wrong; Lenning feared something far, far worse from the current fuckup.
Oh, sure, they'd learned to conjure up lighting strikes at will, wipe out entire Chinese tank divisions with a s
Final Study: Les MisJavert's antagonism was halted when he saw Jean Valjean's benevolent nature toward the now dead Fantine. However his contentious feelings returned shortly after the vanished hostility. The man before him was Jean Valjean, a fagot*. The depravity of this was enough, to incite Javertand land this wretch back in the galleys at Toulon for life. When Jean Valjean was done, the disputatious encounter Javert had been expecting didn't happen. Still, on the way to the prison, Javert kept Valjean in his peripheral vision. It wouldn't be until much later, that Javert would again be on the hunt for this miserable man.Final Study: Les Mis6 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Javert heard Jean Valjean and Cosette leave the Gorbeau house. He could have arrested Valjean and the girl then, but decided to call a small group of partisan officers as reinforcements. During the chase, Javert could have arrested Valjean at any time, but he wanted to perpetuate the experience. Javert did not believe in ethnocentrism, but believed in his duty to the law to chas