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5/13/2004 c5 C.J. Tan
Very funny, I like it... No! In fact I love it! I was just browsing around and, wow! Sometimes I wish I got more of a funny bone rather than humorless one.
1/30/2004 c5 5Scarlett Olivia Smithinson
You might want to translate the German. Not every one is trapped in a so-boring-seems-it-was-designed-for-sleeping-in German class.
1/30/2004 c3 Scarlett Olivia Smithinson
I fit into about 90% of those groups you made fun of. You are so in my novel! (If you want info on what in Jupiter I'm talking about e-mail me at )
1/24/2004 c1 2Lagartija
A very good, very funny, very strange story! I liked the quote about "increasing the ratio of capital letter to lower case again" and the requirements for starting an adventure. For stereotypes, you're missing a super genius who may or may not be mad. Heh heh. Anyway, keep up the good work! I like this story a lot.
1/16/2004 c5 20Kokeshi088
Oh, dear, and now we know why...
Sami jus tlost her ship! XD
“Your next requirement is… an intelligent android of some sort. Now, that sounds hard, but it’s not. That android part just means something that’s a machine, and the intelligence is relative. Get a toaster and carry it everywhere. You can say it’s intelligent by, say, DrumDrum standards, and that’s true,” she finished.
THAT was the funniest part of this chapter! XD
Keep on writing!
1/12/2004 c4 4Subtle Fighter
I like this story! And I'm even German-American! (lol) The one request I have is that you do more satire of the things that always seem to pop up in sci-fi, the "cheesy sci-fi" as you called it. I liked the first chapter the best.
1/12/2004 c4 20Kokeshi088
Oh, dear.
What will Khaki do now?
And what will Sami do at the bar?
(Get high?)
So far, still funny! Maybe it's just because I can't write humor.
The polieceman guy was... interesting, along with Sami's ‘Knee Tickler Death Grip.’
Anyways, waiting to see Chappie 5!
1/10/2004 c3 Kokeshi088
Another sterotype... hm... Let's think... shouldn't there be a villian?
Like an insomniac hyperactive Emporer of... uhm... soemthing! He talks using signs and subtitles.
And add the fact that his ship (name it whatever you want) has a brain and is smarter than him. (sorry, i'm currently obsessed with this kind of thing)
Or whatever! Just give us a really weird villian. Living spaceships always welcome in the next chappies! (I dunno. I'm weird, no?)
Wierd and proud of it!
12/28/2003 c3 77ForgottenMists
Fabuloso, if I do say so meself! Brilliant. I like the names of all the planets, and the name of the magazine. And I have noticed one more thing you have made fun of - hippies! Anyway, brilliant story.
12/24/2003 c2 ForgottenMists
Oh, brilliant, brilliant. Stationary sets! Brilliant brilliant. Fabulous in fact. Or in fiction. Or sci fi. Anyway, me would not know any sci fi stereotypes, as me don't usually read sci fi, but is brilliant all the same. And by the way, happy holidays world! (notice I really need a life if I am on the computer playing stupid puter games on xmas eve. ah well)
12/24/2003 c2 5Scarlett Olivia Smithinson
I like where this is going. If it is going anywhere. Which I hope it is.
12/23/2003 c2 1Rob Riemensnyder
Another hilarious chapter! I enjoyed every word! You have a delightful sense of humor and your ideas are really creative.
12/22/2003 c1 Rob Riemensnyder
What a funny story! You have a real flair for comedy. That was the perfect blend of science fiction and comedy. Like a previous reviewer said, your story is reminiscent of Douglas Adam's Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. It has the same droll and sarcastic brand of humor... and it was a joy for me to read it.
I hope you had another installment in the future.
11/13/2003 c1 15Lilith Jade
I like taht but i dont really kno9w any sci fi steriotypes. sorry. jeep up the good work tho.

Raven *~
11/10/2003 c1 77ForgottenMists
Heehe! Great names. Rather strange. Reminds me somewhat of The Hitchhiker's (cannot spell) Guide to the Galaxy, though have not actually read all of that. Only part of it. Anyway, brilliant start. I am off on using brilliant again. Ah well, Anyway, brilliance rules all.

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