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Re: John Carter

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  • Michael Taylor
    Yes, they were. It s in Chapter 22. No, I don t. In the context of fantasy , yes, but in the context of reality, no. ... [Non-text portions of this message
    Message 1 of 253 , Jun 2, 2012
      Yes, they were. It's in Chapter 22.

      No, I don't. In the context of 'fantasy', yes, but in the context of reality, no.


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      > Well, presumably the guards are facing him while questioning him. I suppose the greatest swordsman of two planets whipped out his sword and cut all four of them down as they desperately tried to parry his thrusts. There's a big difference between being prone to violence and stabbing someone in the back. Don't you think?
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    • Den Valdron
      Sometimes hell is getting what you asked for.    ;) ________________________________ From: Michael Taylor To: Barsoom Yahoo
      Message 253 of 253 , Aug 1 8:03 AM
        Sometimes hell is getting what you asked for.    ;)



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        >And it should probably be purple or crimson, as described by Burroughs. Yellow's a hell of a colour for any kind of photosynthesis. I noticed that as well, but they are described as ubiquitous and yellow in beginning of the book and then later described as both purple and crimson.

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