History YMMV / FallenDragon

21st Sep '15 1:45:54 PM Kalaong
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* {{Squick}}: A thirty-something Lawrence Newton goes back in time to stalk his teenage girlfriend, with the intention of re-establishing their relationship once pastLawrence leaves. Seems to be very much the high-tech midlife crisis. Lawrence gets the shiny new vehicle, the girlfriend significantly younger than him and attempts to relive his idealised youth. Also given he's not the man the girl thinks he is, he's planning on spending the next however many years committing rape by deception.

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* {{Squick}}: A thirty-something Lawrence Newton goes back in time to stalk his teenage girlfriend, with the intention of re-establishing their relationship once pastLawrence past!Lawrence leaves. Seems to be very much the high-tech midlife crisis. Lawrence gets the shiny new vehicle, the girlfriend significantly younger than him and attempts to relive his idealised youth. Also given he's not the man the girl thinks he is, he's planning on spending the next however many years committing rape by deception.deception.
** Actually a common conclusion in settings with [[WeWillHavePerfectHealthInTheFuture ultra-tech medicine]] - how do you ''know'' the hot date you're taking home isn't actually old enough to be your parent with some very good cosmetic surgery?
27th Jun '15 6:40:41 AM Gort
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* {{Squick}}: A thirty-something Lawrence Newton goes back in time to stalk his teenage girlfriend, with the intention of re-establishing their relationship once pastLawrence leaves.

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* {{Squick}}: A thirty-something Lawrence Newton goes back in time to stalk his teenage girlfriend, with the intention of re-establishing their relationship once pastLawrence leaves. Seems to be very much the high-tech midlife crisis. Lawrence gets the shiny new vehicle, the girlfriend significantly younger than him and attempts to relive his idealised youth. Also given he's not the man the girl thinks he is, he's planning on spending the next however many years committing rape by deception.
18th May '15 4:43:13 PM Kalaong
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* Squick: A thirty-something Lawrence Newton goes back in time to stalk his teenage girlfriend, with the intention of re-establishing their relationship once pastLawrence leaves.

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* Squick: {{Squick}}: A thirty-something Lawrence Newton goes back in time to stalk his teenage girlfriend, with the intention of re-establishing their relationship once pastLawrence leaves.
8th Oct '14 12:43:42 PM Dirka
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* Squick: A thirty-something Lawrence Newton goes back in time to stalk his teenage girlfriend, with the intention of re-establishing their relationship once pastLawrence leaves.
23rd Jun '14 1:38:21 PM Kalaong
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* TakeThat: Perhaps as a counterpoint to the post-GlobalWarming scenario of the Greg Mendel books, Hamilton seemingly constructed Earth of Fallen Dragon for a single, hilarious joke on the [[PoliticalCorrectnessGoneMad politically correct]]. In the interests of efficiency and profit, the {{Mega Corp}}s which rule Earth have developed open-source fusion technology and nutritious, palatable [[FutureFoodIsArtificial artificial food]]. Result; zero emissions, no animal cruelty, and most of the landscape is GhibliHills. This means that the only people who still practice animal husbandry are countercultural types. After reaching Earth, Lawrence starts a relationship with a feisty hippie, and thoroughly enjoys the acrobatic sex. However, when she takes him home to meet her parents, things start to bug him; the air stinks, the house is cold and uncomfortable, and then the GranolaGirl tells him that not only is the sandwich he's eating made with "real beef" but that she ''slaughtered the cow herself'' - which causes him to throw up and run right back to the nice, clean, comfortable city where people don't drink contaminated water and eat parasites.

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* TakeThat: Perhaps as a counterpoint to the post-GlobalWarming scenario of the Greg Mendel books, Hamilton seemingly constructed Earth of Fallen Dragon for a single, hilarious joke on the [[PoliticalCorrectnessGoneMad politically correct]]. In the interests of efficiency and profit, the {{Mega Corp}}s which rule Earth have developed open-source fusion technology and nutritious, palatable [[FutureFoodIsArtificial artificial food]]. Result; zero emissions, no animal cruelty, and most of the landscape is GhibliHills. This means that the only people who still practice animal husbandry are countercultural types. After reaching Earth, Lawrence starts a relationship with a feisty hippie, and thoroughly enjoys the acrobatic sex. However, when she takes him home to meet her parents, things start to bug him; the air stinks, the house is cold and uncomfortable, and then the GranolaGirl tells him that not only is the sandwich he's eating made with "real beef" but that she ''slaughtered the cow herself'' - which causes him to throw up and run right back to the nice, clean, comfortable city where people don't drink contaminated water and eat parasites.rotting food.
23rd Sep '13 9:51:41 AM Kalaong
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* TakeThat: Perhaps as a counterpoint to the post-GlobalWarming scenario of the Greg Mendel books, Hamilton seemingly constructed Earth of Fallen Dragon for a single, hilarious joke on the [[PoliticalCorrectnessGoneMad politically correct]]. In the interests of efficiency and profit, the {{Mega Corp}} which rule earth have developed open-source fusion technology and nutritious, palatable [[FutureFoodIsArtificial artificial food]]. Result; zero emissions, no animal cruelty, and most of the landscape is GhibliHills. This means that the only people who still practice animal husbandry are countercultural types. After reaching Earth, Lawrence starts a relationship with a feisty hippie, and thoroughly enjoys the acrobatic sex. However, when she takes him home to meet her parents, things start to bug him; the air stinks, the house is cold and uncomfortable, and then the GranolaGirl tells him that not only is the sandwich he's eating made with "real beef" but that she ''slaughtered the cow herself'' - which causes him to throw up and run right back to the nice, clean, comfortable city where people don't drink contaminated water and eat parasites.

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* TakeThat: Perhaps as a counterpoint to the post-GlobalWarming scenario of the Greg Mendel books, Hamilton seemingly constructed Earth of Fallen Dragon for a single, hilarious joke on the [[PoliticalCorrectnessGoneMad politically correct]]. In the interests of efficiency and profit, the {{Mega Corp}} Corp}}s which rule earth Earth have developed open-source fusion technology and nutritious, palatable [[FutureFoodIsArtificial artificial food]]. Result; zero emissions, no animal cruelty, and most of the landscape is GhibliHills. This means that the only people who still practice animal husbandry are countercultural types. After reaching Earth, Lawrence starts a relationship with a feisty hippie, and thoroughly enjoys the acrobatic sex. However, when she takes him home to meet her parents, things start to bug him; the air stinks, the house is cold and uncomfortable, and then the GranolaGirl tells him that not only is the sandwich he's eating made with "real beef" but that she ''slaughtered the cow herself'' - which causes him to throw up and run right back to the nice, clean, comfortable city where people don't drink contaminated water and eat parasites.
17th Sep '13 11:24:02 AM Kalaong
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*TakeThat: Perhaps as a counterpoint to the post-GlobalWarming scenario of the Greg Mendel books, Hamilton seemingly constructed Earth of Fallen Dragon for a single, hilarious joke on the [[PoliticalCorrectnessGoneMad politically correct]]. In the interests of efficiency and profit, the {{Mega Corp}} which rule earth have developed open-source fusion technology and nutritious, palatable [[FutureFoodIsArtificial artificial food]]. Result; zero emissions, no animal cruelty, and most of the landscape is GhibliHills. This means that the only people who still practice animal husbandry are countercultural types. After reaching Earth, Lawrence starts a relationship with a feisty hippie, and thoroughly enjoys the acrobatic sex. However, when she takes him home to meet her parents, things start to bug him; the air stinks, the house is cold and uncomfortable, and then the GranolaGirl tells him that not only is the sandwich he's eating made with "real beef" but that she ''slaughtered the cow herself'' - which causes him to throw up and run right back to the nice, clean, comfortable city where people don't drink contaminated water and eat parasites.
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