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EPISODE REVIEWS: Lost : "Flight 316" (Season 5, Episode 6)

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Haven't we been here before?

We start out with what seems like a flashback to Jack awakening in the bamboo forrest in the first episode, but which quickly proves to be a flash forward involving less impaling to the time when they get *back* to the island.

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EDITORIAL: What separates good SF from bad? And is Pulp even SF to begin with?

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For the last six weeks or so,I've been thinking about SF a lot lately. Obviously, I'm a fan, but I've also had a really bad cold for six weeks and also I've kind of been goaded in this direction by some literary criticism I've been reading by other SF writers, and I've hit on something that's an interesting paradox in SF, or at least in pulp SF. As I'm suddenly feeling better for the first time in three fortnights, I thought I'd regale you of i
 

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EPISODE REVIEWS: Macross Zero: “Blue and Desperate Battle”(Episode 3, 2003)

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We pick up right where we left off, with Sara singing naked in the sacred pond, and stuff floating through the air. Sara herself seems surprised by this, then she realizes Shin is watching her, and covers herself more in annoyance than embarrassment. The rocks and things fall. She cautions him that the bonds between ground and rock are failing, as are the bonds between people, and soon the bonds that hold the world together will fail.

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ORIGINAL FICTION: "Twilight of the Gods" (Part 3) by Charlie Starr

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Please Note: This is Part 3 of the story. Part 1 is online here http://www.republibot.com/content/original-fiction-twilight-gods-charlie... and part 2 is online here http://www.republibot.com/content/original-fiction-twilight-gods-part-2-...

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“And angels who did not keep their own domain,
but abandoned their proper abode, He has kept in
eternal bonds under darkness for the judgment of
the great day.”
—The Epistle of Jude
“Our journey has gone well, these two days, Father.”

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