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Layla50

Bending Unit
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« Reply #80 on: 05-12-2005 20:03 »

Ah, I gotcha. Great!
I'm shipping as we speak in fact. A whole little fanfic just for you which will be dripping with shipping- er shippy, by the end of it.
It's called Misery Loves Company, and it's dedicated to you dear.
Gotta ship!
Shiny

Professor
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« Reply #81 on: 05-12-2005 20:09 »
« Last Edit on: 05-12-2005 20:09 »

Well done!  I'd elaborate but I have tears in my eyes...

...more later...

 
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Originally posted by Venus:
It is exactly what it looks like. The mummified head of a dead cat.

That's not what it looked like...but I understand your comments now.  Heh.
Venus

Urban Legend
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« Reply #82 on: 05-12-2005 20:20 »

What did it look like?
Shippy Mandy

Bending Unit
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« Reply #83 on: 05-12-2005 20:42 »

Very nice. As everyone has already said, the bit with Bender was solid gold, and the bit with Munda and Morris was rather sad...I know I'd hate to go through something like that. I'll be at science camp for your next update, but I'll be sure to read it when I get back!
Shiny

Professor
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« Reply #84 on: 05-12-2005 22:26 »
« Last Edit on: 05-12-2005 22:26 »

 
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Originally posted by Venus:
What did it look like?

You don't want to know.

   no no

Okay, twist my arm.  It looked like a dead snake or a fossilized...er...poopie.

Still a great update.  Poor, poor Fry.  I love it when he's miserable.  I'm a sick, sick woman...
Venus

Urban Legend
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« Reply #85 on: 05-13-2005 09:23 »

Believe me, Fry's misery hasn't even begun yet.

A fossilized poopie? Really? Ew! A mummified head has a lot more novelty value than a poopie! Anilie was so pretty when she was alive though. Black with bright yellow eyes. I had thought a little about adopting her but she was wild and wouldn't let me get close. Oh well, she eventually ended up with me regardless.
Shippy Mandy

Bending Unit
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« Reply #86 on: 05-13-2005 10:29 »

Quick question. Is the next chapter the one where he finally gets to see Leela? I'm expecting that that one will be a real tearjerker.
Venus

Urban Legend
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« Reply #87 on: 05-13-2005 10:44 »

Let me consult my notebook...yup. Next update involves Shippy.
Shippy Mandy

Bending Unit
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« Reply #88 on: 05-13-2005 10:53 »

Mmm...shippy. *drools* Like I said, I'll be at science camp, but I'm still eagerly awaiting that update. Reading it will be my first priority Friday afternoon!
NIC2001

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« Reply #89 on: 05-13-2005 12:32 »

Yes a Shippy update...  love

What the hell is happening to me?  confused  You girls (Layla, Venus, Shiny...) are doing something weird to me. I just can’t get enough of it anymore. You are all Evil.

No really that's great I really like shippy stories. (I'm a bit sentimental. I'm not afraid to cry in movies or when I read a good book. I just won’t do it in front of my friends but alone or with my girlfriend it’s another story) The 18th... Ok but I hope you post your update before 5pm. I you post it later, I won’t be able to read it until Friday.

Bye for now.
SpaceCase

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« Reply #90 on: 05-13-2005 12:36 »

 
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Originally posted by Venus:
Nice to see you back on the board though. You've had a tendency to be away.

*Sigh*
Yeah, well...
RL is always getting in the way...
  hmpf
I

Starship Captain
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« Reply #91 on: 05-14-2005 10:37 »

Nic: In fact, it is mathematically proven that all women are evil...  http://evilwomen.istheshit.net/
 But I see your point. I came upon Peelified whilst looking for B-fanfics to ease my unquenshable thirst for more Futurama (Caused by me seeing the last 42 episodes on one day, that took 16 hours. I have no life...). Scavanging around I came across a thread called "Uh oh, newbie fanfic", and Stuck Was I. Shiny and Venus were no help, of course, and now I find myself on the Fanart and Fiction forum every five minutes... I demand more people like Layla, Shiny and Venus!
Venus

Urban Legend
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« Reply #92 on: 05-14-2005 10:50 »

Yay! I helped start a revolution! A Shippy revolution!
SpaceCase

Liquid Emperor
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« Reply #93 on: 05-14-2005 13:51 »

 
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Originally posted by Venus:
Yay! I helped start a revolution! A Shippy revolution!

You GO girl!
  wink
i_c_weiner

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« Reply #94 on: 05-14-2005 14:32 »

This was another great chapter. A little short, as you pointed out, but it didn't matter.

I loved Bender being Bender. Bender is good at being an obnoxious, non-caring guy. Great use of him.

Amy's reaction to the Turangas was good, and Morris and Munda's reactions were as expected.

Fry's pain hasn't even began?! For some reason, my idea that the Robot Devil is going to come into this tale become more possible. I was thinking maybe that Leela comes out because Fry makes a deal with the Robot Devil to bring her back to life or something.
Venus

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« Reply #95 on: 05-14-2005 14:48 »
« Last Edit on: 05-14-2005 14:48 »

...That would make a really cool story. Unfortunately i'm not writing that one. This is pretty much going to be all angst. A story including the devil would be AU and this fic is supposed to fit seamlessly into canon. Plus i'm just not clever enough to write something like that. I couldn't even begin to imagine what kind of deal Fry could make. The devil would want something in return and i have no idea what Fry could offer him. As a robot Devil Fry's soul would be of no interest. And i can't think of anything he would want that Fry could provide that would also be able to be tied up at the end so that everything is back to normal.

Plus being a robot devil he wouldn't be able to help Leela anyway.
I

Starship Captain
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« Reply #96 on: 05-14-2005 15:10 »

Don´t know about that; did the Devil aks for anything in return when he gave Fry a random pair of robotic hands?

But yes, your story would propably be a lot less shippy if you involved Belzebot. And the second you sell out Shippy to the Humor-Lord we will come after you with torches, scythes and blowtorches. Anyway, "Fry never left her side for a minute".
JBERGES

Urban Legend
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« Reply #97 on: 05-14-2005 15:21 »

Sell out Shippy for humor?  What a horrific choice of words!!

I makes me feel like I'm fighting a losing battle.  Can't we all just get along?! *sniff*  If anyone needs me I'll be in the basement...
Venus

Urban Legend
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« Reply #98 on: 05-14-2005 15:23 »

I think the robot devil had expected that bender would be the robot the wheel would land on. Which would have been high on entertainment factor for the devil. Which would have served as his payment.
Layla50

Bending Unit
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« Reply #99 on: 05-14-2005 16:01 »

Oh, I'm starting to feel bad for JBERGES... I guess I'll have to write him a fanfic now... except that I'm just not that great at clever puns. How's about I mail you a copy of the Hitchhiker's guide? You can cuddle it when life gets too shippy.

Maybe I'll try my hand at wacked out poetry again.

More on topic, it's a good thing you've listed all the problems with an AU sting fic with the Robot Devil. It was very tempting for a while.
i_c_weiner

DOOP Secretary
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« Reply #100 on: 05-14-2005 18:26 »

I think I'm going to go for a Robot Devil fanfi of some sort in the near future. Sometime during the summer it'll be released to PEEL.

But, anyway, I think that the fanfic will turn out great, even without the Robot Devil. It would've brought something different, but I bet that without him, this'll be a great, heart warming story about Fry's love towards Leela and Bender's not caring of that.
Venus

Urban Legend
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« Reply #101 on: 05-18-2005 00:57 »

Well, where i live it is now officially the 18th. Which i have on good authority is Layla's birthday. So for Layla i present a box of chocolates:



(I took the liberty of eating them for you Layla. They were delicious!)

as well as a new chapter of my fic:
(Lotsa exposition, but some Shippy too.)

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Taco Bellevue Hospital, room 316
7:30 pm
Day 1


The heart monitor shrieked loudly as Fry ripped the electrodes from his chest. Bender watched in mild amusement.

“What are you doing all that for?”

“I need to see Leela. Now.”

“Not right now you won’t.” Came a stern voice from the doorway. The shrieking alarms had alerted his doctor who had come running accompanied by two nurses each expecting to find their patient in the middle of cardiac arrest instead of tangling himself in the various wires he was supposed to be attached to.

“Try and stop me!” Fry snapped as he continued to fight with the wires.

“You have just come out of major surgery. I highly doubt you’re strong enough to walk all the way to her room.” The doctor insisted with a rather condescending tone.

“Then I’ll just have to drag myself!”

“I’d highly recommend against that.”

Frustrated, Fry threw down the tangle of cords. “Look,” He said bitterly, “I’m goin’ to her one way or the other. So either help me, or get outta’ my way!”

“Sir, thirty minutes ago you were flat on your back on an operating table. What your body needs now is rest.”

“What… I need… Is Leela.”

For a long tense moment the two glared at each other, the doctor trying to intimidate Fry into behaving, and Fry not buying into it. Absolutely refusing to back down Fry growled, “Not working.” Finally the doctor sighed. “Ms. Kellin, go to the nurses station and find out where this ‘Ms. Layla’-”

“Leela!”

“‘Leela’ is located then grab a hover chair and escort him up to her.”

The nurse hesitated for a moment then left with a shrug. The doctor turned back to Fry. “I can’t keep you here against your will, but before I can allow you to leave you’re going to have to sign a release stating that you understand that what you are doing is Against Medical Advice and that this hospital is not liable for any accidents or complications that come up as a result of this.”

“yeah yeah yeah, whatever, I’ll sign away my soul if that’s what it takes. Now less talking, more signing, I’ve got somewhere to be!”

It was another fifteen minutes before Fry actually found himself being led down the fourth floor corridor towards the Intensive Care Unit. With each passing foot he felt his anxiety grow. It was one thing hearing that she was in a coma, but actually seeing her would make it real. He might even have to face the possibility of watching her die. The very idea of it chilled him to the bone. He always figured she would long outlive him. Living the reverse just seemed wrong, his brain was having a hard time processing it.

Leela’s doctor was waiting for him outside of her room, number 413. As they approached he nodded to the nurse.

“Thank you Kellin, you can leave him with me.” He extended his hand to Fry, “I’m Doctor Marsters and you must be the young man who threw himself between my patient and a charging Space-Bee.”

Fry’s eyes widened in surprise. “You know about that?”

The doctor nodded. “I’ve been talking to your friends. They filled me in on the circumstances. You’re the reason she’s alive right now, you realize? She never would have made it this far without you.”

Leela’s doctor seemed a lot nicer then his own, Fry liked him immediately. He was an older guy, probably someone’s grandfather, and he actually seemed like he cared for his patients. This was a major relief to Fry, who had worried that she would have wound up with some jerk who couldn’t care less if she lived or died as long as she had enough insurance to cover her treatment.

“I tried to save her but I didn’t do a good job.”

“You did what you could. And I’m sure she knows it...and so should you.”

Fry sighed sadly and looked down at the floor.

“Have you been told what her current condition is?”

“I heard that she’s in a coma and gonna die.”

The doctor frowned slightly. “She is in a coma, but her death isn’t assured.”

Fry looked up, suddenly very interested in everything the doctor had to say.

“We don’t believe she will ever regain consciousness but it is possible for her to live in a vegetative state for the rest of her natural life.”

Fry’s eyes filled with tears.

“But I will personally do everything in my power to stop that from happening.” He added gently, patting Fry on the shoulder. “Now before we go in I need to warn you. She is on a full life support system. She needs a machine to breathe for her and there are wires and tubes attached everywhere, and it may be a little scary to see her like that but all of that stuff is helping her stay alive. I’ll explain what everything does so it won’t seem so much like she’s being attacked by a reject from the Sharper Gadget.”

The doctor opened the door and stood back so Fry could maneuver his hover-chair through the doorway. As soon as he laid eyes on Leela he gasped. The doctor had warned him, but nothing anyone said could have prepared him for the sight. She was surrounded by machinery and seemed covered by tubes and wires. She looked so alone and little lying there like that. Fry drove his chair as close to her bedside as he could get and gently ran his finger along her arm. She felt warm to the touch and she wasn’t quite as pale as she had been on the ship. Her fingers and lips where no longer blue. It wasn’t much of an improvement but it was something positive for Fry to cling to. As the doctor began explaining equipment Fry gently took Leela’s hand and sandwiched it between his own.

“…and this is her IV and feeding tube,” Dr. Marsters pointed to the small tubes in her right wrist, the same wrist attached to the hand Fry currently clung to. “All of the fluids and nutrients her body needs will be injected directly into her bloodstream.” Then he pointed to a wristband type object around her left wrist. “That device monitors everything about her physical body. Her temperature, pulse, oxygenation rate, blood-sugar, cell count, everything.” He indicated a pair of small wires that disappeared into her hairline. “These monitor her brain activity. All of the information these and that wristband pick up are sent to this computer,” The doctor directed Fry’s attention to the large blue-green unit above Leela’s bed. “The information is decoded and displayed. This computer updates automatically and continuously, we will be able to see changes in her condition as they happen. This is also where she is given her Dzzada Coma Score.”

“Her…wha?”

“Coma is the last stage of brain activity before death, but there are also several levels of coma. This device reads her information and scores her based on her brain activity and responses. In the old days we would have had to test her several times throughout the day and try to figure out where she stands but this machine monitors her continuously and is much more accurate. It scores on a scale of 0-10. 10 is perfect consciousness, it’s what we would be scored at, 0 is brain death. If you look at the display you will see that she is currently registering a 6. If you want to know her chances of survival just add a 0 to whatever score she has. Right now her chance of survival is 60%.”

“But that’s good right? That’s more than half! So she could possibly wake up?”

“I’m not going to discount the possibility outright, but people who score below a 6 usually never wake up.”

“But she’s not below a 6, she’s at a 6! You gotta have people who survived a 6, right?”

“Survived and woke up from, are two different things,” Dr. Marsters said gently. “We have had people regain consciousness with a score of 6, but none of them were ever on full life support, and they were in comas because of physical trauma and not neurotoxin poisoning. Most coma patients who are here because of poisonings who scored a 6 or below generally died or spent the rest of their lives in a persistent vegetative state. 80% of patients who scored between 3 and 6 spent the rest of their lives that way. 100% of patients who scored lower than 3 eventually died. But don‘t be alarmed if her score drops a point or two her score will fluctuate slightly throughout the day. It’s only when she drops to a lower score and stays there consistently that we become worried. That works with improvements to her score as well. Don‘t get excited about an improvement in her condition unless it sticks around for a while.”

Fry nodded morosely. “Is there anything I can do to help her?”

“Talk to her. Hold her hand, stroke her hair. Any stimulation is good. It gives her brain something to begin to respond to. We especially recommend anything that is familiar to her, a familiar voice or a song she particularly likes, or even hates, as long as it’s something she could recognize. It’s uncommon but we have had coma patients wake up able to remember conversations that went on in the room with them. So although unlikely she may be somewhat aware of what’s being said to her. And even if she’s not it won’t hurt her any to try.”

Fry gave Leela a hopeful look and began to smooth some stray hair away from her face, prolonging the contact as long as possible.

“Now I’ve got other patients to attend to, so I’ll leave you two alone. If anything happens there’s a call button on her bedside table.”

The doctor patted Fry’s shoulder supportively before walking out of the room. Once the door closed, leaving the pair alone Fry leaned closer to her and began to stroke the length of her arm.

“Hey Leela,” He whispered gently, “It’s Fry. I’m gonna stay here with you okay? I’m not gonna leave you alone or anything so you don’t have to be scared or nothing.” He slumped back in his chair. “I’m scared enough for the both of us.” He added softly.

Farnsworth38

Starship Captain
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« Reply #102 on: 05-18-2005 04:01 »

*Sniffle*
Note to self: buy tissues. Err... for my hayfever, yes, that’s it, no other reason...
NIC2001

Starship Captain
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« Reply #103 on: 05-18-2005 10:51 »

That was great Venus.

Are you studying in medical at school or something? (Or maybe you watched too much E.R. shows.) Your description of medical equipments was really good. (The computer that gives the Dzzada Coma Score was great.) I really like that part. It was a little short but I prefer a short update to no update at all.

Keep it up girl.

Now I still have to wait 13 hours before I see Star Wars III. I can’t wait.

Bye for now.
Venus

Urban Legend
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« Reply #104 on: 05-18-2005 11:30 »

I'm not a medical student but i do watch a lot of the Discovery Health Channel.
David A

Urban Legend
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« Reply #105 on: 05-18-2005 12:02 »

No wonder Leela won't wake up; she's got an actor for a doctor.   tongue
Venus

Urban Legend
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« Reply #106 on: 05-18-2005 12:15 »
« Last Edit on: 05-18-2005 12:15 »

Gasp! You know who i named the Doctor after? Points to you! I didn't think anyone would catch that!

I wonder if anyone else will catch the obscure celebrity names i got scattered around.
I

Starship Captain
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« Reply #107 on: 05-18-2005 13:13 »
« Last Edit on: 05-18-2005 13:13 »

Great update. As usual.

Unfair! We demand that you have someone accidently say my name as well!
 No actually I don´t, but I could not help but notice.

EDIT: Oh, and Happy Birthday, Layla.
Layla50

Bending Unit
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« Reply #108 on: 05-18-2005 15:34 »

 
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Originally posted by Venus:
Well, where i live it is now officially the 18th. Which i have on good authority is Layla's birthday. So for Layla i present a box of chocolates:
Mmmmmm.... chocolates and a brilliant update, you've made me a very happy birthday girl!
  love

Thanks Venus, you're awesome!

I have to start by saying that this:
 
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Finally the doctor sighed. “Ms. Kellin, go to the nurses station and find out where this ‘Ms. Layla’-”

“Leela!”

sent me into a spiral of giggly girlish glee. I had to boune around the room for a bit in order to continue reading. (huggles Venus) And I was feeling so shipaliscious just before, it caught me completely off guard. Shh... Layla is my actual name, so I always get a jolt from hearing, or seeing, it.

So there I! I bet you never see your name around.  smile

Anyhoo, my birthday update. Whee!!! Bouncy bouncy bouncy yay!

Sorry, I'm giddy. It goes without saying, although here I am saying it, that I loved this. You've impressed me all the more (and I would have said that was impossible) by all the technical stuff. That is so hard to write, so hard, and yet you pull it off beautifully. You must have done a lot of research! It's interesting, dramatic, and informative. Bravo!

Fry is a complete doll throughout and I just wanted to give him such a hug. I love his determination to see Leela, even though he also dreads it. I love the doctor's warning him about her condition first, and yet Fry still reeling from the shock of seeing her. I love the different personalities of the two doctors.

 
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“Try and stop me!” Fry snapped as he continued to fight with the wires.
  love
 
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“What… I need… Is Leela.”
Swoon... shippy overload here Venus... and I couldn't have been happier about it. I'm just gonna sigh dreamily and get it over with. Mmmmmmmm.

I love Fry being so impatient about seeing Leela. I love the AMA that you included.

 
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It was one thing hearing that she was in a coma, but actually seeing her would make it real. He might even have to face the possibility of watching her die. The very idea of it chilled him to the bone. He always figured she would long outlive him. Living the reverse just seemed wrong, his brain was having a hard time processing it.
I have no words for how heartbreaking this paragraph was. It's just so....  cry which makes me   love

 
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You’re the reason she’s alive right now, you realize? She never would have made it this far without you.”

Fantastic. I've always felt that Fry did in fact save Leela's life in that impulsive plunge. It's just great hearing someone acknowledge that.

I love Leela's doctor. I think I said that before, but I do, and it's such a comfort to Fry too. Of course he would want her to have a caring doctor.

 
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“You did what you could. And I’m sure she knows it...and so should you.”

Yeah. Beautiful.

I love the careful way you distinguish between survival, recovery and death.

 
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Fry looked up, suddenly very interested in everything the doctor had to say.
This line really stood out for me. I can really picture it in my mind.

 
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The doctor had warned him, but nothing anyone said could have prepared him for the sight.
So true!

 
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She looked so alone and little lying there like that.
About here my shippy heart runeth over.

 
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Fry gave Leela a hopeful look and began to smooth some stray hair away from her face, prolonging the contact as long as possible.

About here my shippy eyes runeth over.

 
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“Hey Leela,” He whispered gently, “It’s Fry. I’m gonna stay here with you okay? I’m not gonna leave you alone or anything so you don’t have to be scared or nothing.” He slumped back in his chair. “I’m scared enough for the both of us.” He added softly.

And now my typing fingers runeth over. This was so sweet and, I dunno, honest sounding. Again, I can really picture this in my head.

I'm absolutely dying (cough, gasp) to see more Morris and Munda, and the rest of the story in general of course. You're a fantastic writer Venus, and I suspect you don't think I mean it, but I do mean it when I say that you're work puts mine out of the park. * I just do not handle the depth of information that you do. (shakes head in amazement.)

* Maybe I should say ice rink, for a nice hockey metaphor?

Nah.

Thanks Venus, truly. You've made my day.
Shiny

Professor
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« Reply #109 on: 05-18-2005 19:46 »

Why do you and Layla always post stuff on days when I'm too wiped out to comment in detail?

I loved it.  The last line was particularly poignant.  You're doing a good job of building suspense (despite the fact that we all know how it ends  wink ).
Spacedal11

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« Reply #110 on: 05-18-2005 21:12 »

Tear. Nice part. I love reading Fry's motivation in any fic. Good guy. Why can't all guys be like Fry? Stupid, passionate, lovable, morons. I love you Fry. Along with others.
AsaB

Bending Unit
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« Reply #111 on: 05-19-2005 13:40 »

Man, I haven't been here since the first page. I wish I could give those detailed reviews, but I'm really no good at those. But I sure liked it, and I think you're an excellent writer, Venus. Really, loads of talents in there. I'm sure I've said this before, but I love the way you write Fry. It's just so right. And your Bender was spot-on as well. Keep it up!
Shippy Mandy

Bending Unit
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« Reply #112 on: 05-20-2005 19:56 »

Yay! Shippy!

Another really good one. Poor Fry...poor Leela. Again, I can't wait for the next chapter!
Venus

Urban Legend
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« Reply #113 on: 05-22-2005 22:16 »

I posted this in off-topic. But then i realized since it's actually on-topic i should probably post it here. It's a wallpaper sized 1024/768.

http://img76.echo.cx/img76/538/uncompressedromanticevening9wq.jpg
JBERGES

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« Reply #114 on: 05-22-2005 22:25 »
« Last Edit on: 05-22-2005 22:25 »

No sharks in this one, right?

That's real good Venus, I like the sky effects, and how Fry's hair has fallen. Also, it seems like Leela has acquired a bit of your skin tone   big grin

Though I didn't respond to this last part of your fic, know I'm keeping up.  It's a bit late now, so I’ll just rejoin with comments and praise on the next piece, which I hope will appear soon.


Edit:  Of course, Nerd-o owns me by posting a review after I say this, but luckily it's just about exactly what I would say. Count his review double.
Nerd-o-rama

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« Reply #115 on: 05-22-2005 23:11 »

*Injects self with ShipsulinTM*

You know, I'm rereading Terry Pratchett's Night Watch right now, and toward the beginning it gives a rather good description of the raw, epoxy-gluesque treacle that is, in the Discworld, mined out of the ground from prehistoric sugar cane fields compressed into pure stickiness.  The sugar content of that substance is approxaimately equal to half the shippy/emotional content of your writing.  It's good, in its own way, and shows believable and generally sympathtic emotion from your characters.  The only joke in the whole thing was a PEEL in-joke, but you aren't writing comedy, are you?  Anyway, good work, good characterization, excellent narrative technique.

Oh, and Fry was right on the money emotionally, and could just about pass for himself in one of his moments of insane competence for this scene.  Just remember: the guy's got the IQ of half a brick.  This is something an author should use to her advantage for morre than just stupid bravery.
Venus

Urban Legend
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« Reply #116 on: 05-22-2005 23:11 »
« Last Edit on: 05-23-2005 00:00 »

i think i've figured out why sometimes the skintones come out so light. I traced and colored Fry/Leela in a seperate document against a white background and then put them in the real background last. So Leela's skintone looked a lot darker when it was against the white background.

Edit: I do put jokes in when i can, but i
am mostly trying for emotional honesty.
Shiny

Professor
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« Reply #117 on: 05-24-2005 19:30 »

Oooo!  Pretty!  totally gorgeous sky and sea, and very sweet expressions.  smile

I understand about the skin tones, but why is Leela's so much paler than Fry's?  On the show they're usually about the same, as far as I recall...
Venus

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« Reply #118 on: 05-24-2005 20:07 »
« Last Edit on: 05-24-2005 20:07 »

It's supposed to be cause he's tanned as well as burned cause he was careless with his sunscreen wereas Leela would be more likely to follow the directions (about reaplying often) and not burn or tan.

I'm wishing now that i had made her darker but i can't go back and fix it cause i already merged all the layers together.
Shiny

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« Reply #119 on: 05-24-2005 20:42 »

Don't fret, it's still beautiful.  smile
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