"The neuroanatomy of fear and faith share common afferent pathways. Flip a coin. Increased vascular pressure marks the threat response. Free will scuttles in the swamp of fear, do not fear the word. You are the harbinger of death Charles Mudede, you will lead them all to their end. End of line. New command. Resume function. Resume function. Resume function... JUMP!"

I always suspected Charles was a Cylon.
@1: Technically, that would make him a Christ-figure.…
It would be more like Battlestar Galactica if you spent most of your life on the train and in the rare instances you got outside, you wouldn't find a store with coffee and fruit for sale, but ruins and tons of decomposing corpses.
@3, Also, no windows.
"Using Link today felt like jumping across, collapsing the spaces of, a big city."

I guess it's all a matter of personal perceptions, but to me it felt like riding a subway.
@3) that was beautiful.
i thought the buses were getting 86'd.
Why didn't you just go up three blocks to Safeway? Or down three to the QFC on Broadway? That Red Apple is terribly expensive.
Totally wrong about the Beacon Hill Red Apple; it's a great store for the neighborhood, and it's just a block away from our beautiful Beacon Hill Public Library.
@9 no.. not 'totally'..while i love red apple, i've been doing casual price comparisons for items at other stores, pcc and madison co-op ( which i'm a pinch away from loathing ),.as # 8 states, i've discovered red apple to be significantly higher than the two ( for the same items available at other places ) and have no doubt that they are for qfc and safeway. it's practically the only store for beacon hill and the neighborhood around 23rd and jackson. now that beacon has quick access to columbia city pcc via light rail i imagine that people on beacon will slowly discover this. when they demolish the red apple on 23rd and jackson ( soon come ) i imagine that neighborhoods' choice will be the 'gross out' on king street or driving to cap hill.

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