Re: The Inner Circle's Secret Plans
> The BEACON ENGINE is here:That has been specifically named the SUMMONING ENGINE.
The Beacon Engine must be something else with an as-yet unrevealed function.
- --- In email@example.com, "jsheikg" <jsheikg@...> wrote:
> That has been specifically named the SUMMONING ENGINE.Yet today Lucrezia clearly refers to that Summoning Engine as a Beacon Engine. Summoning Engine may be the particular name of THAT engine, and Beacon Engine is the name of the type of engine. That the device Zola has been stuffed into is "not as sophisticated" yet is still a Beacon engine supports this.
> The Beacon Engine must be something else with an as-yet unrevealed function.
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "mrobinson52" <mrobinson52@...> wrote:
>It sounds like you are saying that you have drunk the kool-aid, um, Jägerbräu, but you haven't inhaled the wasp.
> My quibble with the term is the connotation of a slavish devotion. I think of the Apple devotees who will buy anything the company turns out the moment it hits the market, in spite of past bad experiences. I am a fan of GG, but not slavishly devoted.
- --- In email@example.com, "McClure, Kate (DEX-BLV)" <kate.mcclure@...> wrote:
>Or fancodger, depending on temperament. ;))
> *der schnippe*
> And one thing that is sort of bothering me about your post, is the use
> of the term "fanboys" in your opener. I am not a boy, for one, and the
> term fanboy is often a pejorative with some juvenile connotations.
> This is why one of my sig lines refers to myself as a 'fanbroad'. I am
> waaaaaaay too old to be a fangirl.
> And for you gray-topped lads? I believe the term 'fancoot' should
> In service to SCIENCE!
> Kate McClure
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