Nuadha's Tale

Ignorance can be tolerated, where reason is left free to combat it. -Thomas Jefferson

Monday, July 01, 2002

"Okay, here's what I'm thinking," he said. "None of us individually is strong enough to take that monster. What we're going to need to do is pool our powers -- coordinate our abilities to take the thing down together. If we all work together, after all, there's nothing that can stop us."

"First," I said, "it's fairly obvious that all of us working together means bugger all when it comes to fighting dragons. Second, and I realize this is a subtle point, everyone else is dead. Third, and most cogently of all, I hate your guts."

"But otherwise?"

"An admirable plan."
-- from "The Dog Princes" by Janet Cable



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