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Nytefyre posted a comment on Thursday 21st February 2013 10:23am

These intermissions are a nice breaking of the fourth wall. They're fun, and a neat way for us to see behind the curtain as it were. BTW, it's interesting to see some of your background as I'm a COTR. Thanks for posting.

Kokopelli replied:

The intermissions were a lot of fun to write.

kitsune101 posted a comment on Wednesday 2nd November 2011 11:51am

Hi! I quite enjoyed this story, especially the intersection of multiple versions of the characters :) Do you happen to know where I could find the Attack of the Clones story? I can't seem to find it on SugarQuill

Kokopelli replied:

All of that author's work seems to be missing - so I suspect that it's been pulled from the archive, alas!

gadriam posted a comment on Tuesday 4th March 2008 9:02pm

Okay, now, I've read TLOS, the Stories, and Intermissions and i fully understand why you are on FFA and I'm on Ficwad. You have an amazing gift for bringing characters to life, and the storyline of the Intermissions is eerily credible. It sort of feels like i can meet them on the street. If i were in Britain, that is. Or somewhere in Africa. Thanks to your brilliance, i now have an Inbox brimming with people bitching about my next chapter, which now is more than a week late, but i think they'll be happy about the inspiration.
*kowtow*

g

Kokopelli replied:

Thanks for your kind words.  FFA is a delightful archive, and I'm quite honored to be here.  The intermissions were a lot of fun to write.

K

JBern posted a comment on Thursday 4th January 2007 4:16am

I finally got around to reading this. It was every bit as amusing as you implied it would be. I would have liked to have seen the Hermiones arguing a bit. That would have been amusing!

Jim

Wytil posted a comment on Friday 28th October 2005 11:01pm

The sanatoriams in Georgia are very beautiful fro November yntil late May. If you work it right you should get out of DC with a full disability. Ogfrn Utah is really nice. Lord Dreadnault rins S.I.Y.E.
from up there. Scott is really putting in too much time and he is addicted to grand sweeping stories(FF.Net). SIYE keeps him too busy to write anymore, BOOO! By the way, avoid sanitoriuns in Arkansas, their Bingo games have lousy payouts (Oklahoma has the best payouts).

Wytil posted a comment on Friday 28th October 2005 10:26pm

Webelos Den Leader? I managed about 8 years in that position. My co-leader was Troop-CC and I was a troop SA then later SM. I spent 18 years in the mix from the time my oldest "wanted to be a cub scout" until the youngest got his Eagle. Wife and I both Got woodbadge beads and went to Philmont TC twice. Had one son aon Baldy and the other son on the Tooth, same day. Lots of wild tales as we attended 5 or 6 summer camps in various councils.
St Louis, Memphis, Nashville, Roanoke Va. We all liked Philmont the best. Fun, Fun. Saw a Program session fall flat on its face.

dogbertcarroll posted a comment on Sunday 16th October 2005 7:12am

Touching.

dogbertcarroll posted a comment on Sunday 16th October 2005 7:05am

That was damn cute. I like it.

Michelle posted a comment on Sunday 9th October 2005 4:49am

John, this was great! I especially loved the Balrog and fleet of Klingons bit. I love both of those universes as well.

Looking forward to more from you soon!

Cheers,
Michelle