Posted by Q (184.108.40.206) on February 03, 2000 at 03:28:18:
In Reply to: shadows posted by TimG on February 02, 2000 at 21:22:15:
Shadows lurk in the wings like thugs in a dark alley before the attack. Often they just ping for an almost imperceptable moment. Early in the CH career you might not even notice them as being a harbinger of later attacks. Sort of like a barometer for storms over the horizion. Knowing the subtle differences in shadows allows proper precautions and preparations to be made; do we close the windows for a thunderstorm or board them up for a big blow? Sometimes like a pin prick, sometimes like an eel under the skull, sometimes like a dull ache, sometimes throbbing veins without the acute pain. Smoldering embers that might fan into a roaring flame for tears to extinquish. Almost too slight to even think about treating most of the time, except that might be our only chance of warding off the demon, this time. What to do? Shadows in themselves are almost laughable as a reason to discuss with anyone. Yet, they are part of the CH-attack process and are therefore significant to the wellbeing of the CH-host. Under ordinary conditions they would mean nothing, "A stray nerve twitch! Go home sick? For what you say!" But experience proves that the sky changes in the blink of an eye from easy sailing to survival tactics.
The terrorists were easy to catch with the x-ray machines and chemical sniffing doorways -- But now we have to concern ourselves with the pilots themselves being on unauthorized missions taking down a load of innocent crew and passengers. How do you look inside a person's mind and determine how it is going to handle the controls of the very intricate machinery
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