History Funny / HonorHarrington

21st Feb '17 12:14:45 PM ineluki1
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* Anton Zilwicki's and Victor Cachat's response to being called immature:
--->'''Hey, he started it'''
--->'''Did not'''
--->'''Did too!'''
--->'''Didnt't!'''
--->'''Did!'''
27th Dec '16 8:47:49 AM USABobcat
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'''[=LaFollet=]:''': I wouldn't say Saint Austin was a fanatic about baseball, My Lady. "Fanatic" would probably be much too mild a term, from everything I've ever read.

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'''[=LaFollet=]:''': '''[=LaFollet=]:''' I wouldn't say Saint Austin was a fanatic about baseball, My Lady. "Fanatic" would probably be much too mild a term, from everything I've ever read.read.
* Honor and Michelle Henke are discussing the political situation in Manticore with the High Ridge administration, and they aren't optimistic. They're both very confused by how things have worked out politically both at home in Manticore and over in Haven.
-->'''[=Henke=]:''' Do you think Pritchart and Theisman understand what's happening any better than I did?
-->'''[=Honor=]:''' I certainly hope so.
-->''End of chapter, followed immediately by''
-->'''[=Pritchart=]:''' [[GilliganCut What the]] ''[[GilliganCut hell]]'' [[GilliganCut do they think they're doing?]]
18th Dec '16 2:38:54 AM Milarqui
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* "Thank you for your cooperation and excellent response time, but this concludes our unscheduled exercise."
* The phrasing Harold Tschu chooses when informing Honor that Samantha is pregnant.

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* "Thank you for your cooperation and excellent response time, but this concludes our unscheduled exercise."
"[[note]]For those not in the know, a Navy ship has been forced to escort a trading cartel's owner (the same that threatened Honor in ''On Basilisk Station'') who has taken advantage of this to bring several merchant ships along. Obviously angry about it, he summons his officers to do a little something...[[/note]]
* The phrasing Harold Tschu chooses when informing Honor that Samantha (his treecat) is pregnant.



* Peep CL engages pirate ships that outnumbers her 3-to-1 to save ''Mantie'' merchantman, only to see two of them evapourated by a single salvo from the "merchie". And to recieve an order to surrender from none but ''Honor Harrington'' herself
-->'''Narrator''': Foraker's shocked exclamation [[note]]Shannon Foraker is an absolutely cold-blooded military tech-geek[[/note]] burned across the bridge like a buzz saw

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* Peep CL engages pirate ships that outnumbers her 3-to-1 to save a ''Mantie'' merchantman, only to see two of them evapourated by a single salvo from the "merchie". And to recieve an order to surrender from none but ''Honor Harrington'' herself
herself!
-->'''Narrator''': Foraker's shocked exclamation [[note]]Shannon Foraker is an absolutely cold-blooded military tech-geek[[/note]] burned across the bridge like a buzz saw
saw.
12th Nov '16 5:18:32 PM Michael
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[[AC:''Torch of Freedom'']]
* At the end of the book, two main characters of this book only finally [[RelationshipUpgrade upgrade their relationship.]] [[spoiler: Since they are both barely out of puberty, this involves her letting him put his arm around her, which is a world-changing experience for them both.]]
11th Nov '16 12:15:37 AM acefalcon
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* Peep CL engages pirate ships that outnumbers her 3-to-1 to save ''Mantie'' merchantman, only to see two of them evapourated by a single salvo from the "merchie". And to recieve an order to surrender from none but ''Honor Harrington'' herself
-->'''Narrator''': Foraker's shocked exclamation [[note]]Shannon Foraker is an absolutely cold-blooded military tech-geek[[/note]] burned across the bridge like a buzz saw
5th Aug '16 3:17:52 PM USABobcat
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** And, since she'd decided to insult the Manties by parking her ships far enough out that it takes eighteen minutes for a message to get to Spindle and back, he returns the insult by [[TheSnackIsMoreInteresting resuming reading his book between exchanges, while still being on camera.]]

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** And, since she'd decided to insult the Manties by parking her ships far enough out that it takes eighteen minutes for a message to get to Spindle and back, he returns the insult by [[TheSnackIsMoreInteresting resuming reading his book between exchanges, while still being on camera.camera the entire time.]]
5th Aug '16 11:15:21 AM USABobcat
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* During a routine mail-drop from a Havenite courier-ship, a courier ship's captain is being questioned over the comm. because the local StateSec detachment is claiming that they haven't given them all their mail. The courier explains that they have, and StateSec demands remote access to their computers to double check. Once they do, they start demanding to know why the courier ship ''deleted'' their mail. The courier, harried and scared out of their wits, tries to explain that they couldn't have done that, because they don't have the access codes. Then the StateSec Major who was talking to the courier-ship switches over to his commander: a full ''General'', who similarly demands to know what the courier ship is playing at. Terrified, the courier ship explains that it is physically impossible for them to have deleted, altered, or otherwise gotten rid of this phantom message that General Chernock wants to see. Finally, General Chernock dismisses him, and turns to his second-in-command, and asks if he thinks that the courier was telling the truth. The second-in-command says that he does, and the reader finally learns what the important message had been about:

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* During a routine mail-drop from a Havenite courier-ship, a the courier ship's captain is being questioned over the comm. because the local StateSec detachment is claiming that they haven't given them all their mail. The courier explains that they have, and StateSec demands remote access to their computers to double check. Once they do, they start demanding to know why the courier ship ''deleted'' their mail. The courier, harried and scared out of their wits, tries to explain that they couldn't have done that, because they don't have the access codes. Then the StateSec Major who was talking to the courier-ship switches over to his commander: a full ''General'', who similarly demands to know what the courier ship is playing at. Terrified, the courier ship explains that it is physically impossible for them to have deleted, altered, or otherwise gotten rid of this phantom message that General Chernock wants to see. Finally, General Chernock dismisses him, and turns to his second-in-command, and asks if he thinks that the courier was telling the truth. The second-in-command says that he does, and the reader finally learns what the important message had been about:
5th Aug '16 10:39:17 AM USABobcat
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--->"Sir, I realize how important your chess games are, butó"

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--->"Sir, I realize [[SeriousBusiness how important your chess games are, butó"
butó]]"
5th Aug '16 10:35:24 AM USABobcat
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* During a routine mail-drop from a Havenite courier-ship, a courier ship's captain is being questioned over the comm. because the local StateSec detachment is claiming that they haven't given them all their mail. The courier explains that they have, and StateSec demands remote access to their computers to double check. Once they do, they start demanding to know why the courier ship ''deleted'' their mail. The courier, harried and scared out of their wits, tries to explain that they couldn't have done that, because they don't have the access codes. Then the StateSec Major who was talking to the courier-ship switches over to his commander: a full ''General'', who similarly demands to know what the courier ship is playing at. Terrified, the courier ship explains that it is physically impossible for them to have deleted, altered, or otherwise gotten rid of this phantom message that General Chernock wants to see. Finally, General Chernock dismisses him, and turns to his second-in-command, and asks if he thinks that the courier was telling the truth. The second-in-command says that he does, and the General finally mentions what this highly important message is.

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* During a routine mail-drop from a Havenite courier-ship, a courier ship's captain is being questioned over the comm. because the local StateSec detachment is claiming that they haven't given them all their mail. The courier explains that they have, and StateSec demands remote access to their computers to double check. Once they do, they start demanding to know why the courier ship ''deleted'' their mail. The courier, harried and scared out of their wits, tries to explain that they couldn't have done that, because they don't have the access codes. Then the StateSec Major who was talking to the courier-ship switches over to his commander: a full ''General'', who similarly demands to know what the courier ship is playing at. Terrified, the courier ship explains that it is physically impossible for them to have deleted, altered, or otherwise gotten rid of this phantom message that General Chernock wants to see. Finally, General Chernock dismisses him, and turns to his second-in-command, and asks if he thinks that the courier was telling the truth. The second-in-command says that he does, and the General reader finally mentions learns what this highly the important message is.had been about:
5th Aug '16 10:34:08 AM USABobcat
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* During a routine mail-drop from a Havenite courier-ship, a courier ship's captain is being questioned over the comm. because the local StateSec detachment is claiming that they haven't given them all their mail. The courier explains that they have, and StateSec demands remote access to their computers to double check. Once they do, they start demanding to know why the courier ship ''deleted'' their mail. The courier, harried and scared out of their wits, tries to explain that they couldn't have done that, because they don't have the access codes. Then the StateSec Major who was talking to the courier-ship switches over to his commander: a full ''General'', who similarly demands to know what the courier ship is playing at. Terrified, the courier ship explains that it is physically impossible for them to have deleted, altered, or otherwise gotten rid of this phantom message that General Chernock wants to see. Finally, General Chernock dismisses him, and turns to his second-in-command, and asks if he thinks that the courier was telling the truth. The second-in-command says that he does, and the General finally mentions what this highly important message is.
--->"But that's impossible," Chernock said. "It was Dennis' move."
--->"Sir, I realize how important your chess games are, butó"
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