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February 07, 2007

Manuscript of the Republic

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If we, of the Republic of Tinselman, had our way, our capital city would be housed in a gigantic spherical structure, where plaster dinosaurs kept vigilant watch alongside boulevards of dripstone.

But alas, our hope for such greatness were dashed to pieces, when our first attempt at a city was set ablaze, and our Saviour Khan vanished beyond the far reaches of the galaxy. Now, in his absence, we are but left to dream.

OmnibusAnd so, to aid us in our dreams, we turn to the Journal of Ride Theory Omnibus. Why? Because it's utterly cool and freakin' amazing! In short, it'll blow your mind. It's nothing less than a Manual to Tinselistic Wow-Magicical! But... bear in mind, we must do everything possible to keep this manuscript out of the hands of our enemies! It will unquestionably stretch their imaginations into unknown territory. It may give them the power to finally destroy us.

Images from Journal of Ride Theory Omnibus, Edited by Dan Howland. Copyright©2004 Ride Theory Press.

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A spheroid universe? You know, that concept reminds of a story I read once of an entire universe which was contained within a child's blue rubber ball. The infinite space of an entire self contained universe, nothing more than a child's plaything...

That's what you might call ironic...and besides, the Republic of Tinselman may be gone now, forgotten, perhaps, the city burned to the ground (by yours truly), but it has transformed, become an ideal...

And soon, it will available for purchase in graphic novel format, check your local retailer for details...

Posted by: Adam Wilmer | Feb 7, 2007 5:09:23 PM

and in this giant spherical structure, the year would always be somewhere between 1919 - 1938 . . . those heady days for the pioneering ride theorists, before enemy spies could steal their secrets.

Posted by: Mark | Feb 7, 2007 8:33:34 PM

Hey Robyn, did you get those reply emails to your original messages? I wouldn't normally ask like this, except I think my server is gobbling up my replys.

Posted by: Adam Wilmer | Feb 8, 2007 5:04:21 AM

Adam... I'm not sure.

Posted by: robyn | Feb 8, 2007 9:51:06 AM

M'kay, well, I only sent 2, one in response to the first one you sent Feb 7th, and the 2nd to the one you sent later that afternoon. I don't know why, I just got a gut feeling that you didn't get either, I answered some of your questions in the first one...

Posted by: Adam Wilmer | Feb 8, 2007 10:08:11 AM

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