Wednesday June 11, 2008
Book 10: The Longshoreman of the Apocalypse — Part I: Wet Feet


Narrator: Aboard the Touch-And-Go, in Support Bay Two. . .
Para Ventura: No, that can be patched, the main gun is scrap, but the rest of it is just spit and polish.
Kevyn: The whole thing is scrap, see here? The armor got too hot, and the amorphous layers started to crystallize. It's a unibody extrusion. . . We have to replace the entire hull and annie plant, even though the can still flies.
Para Ventura: Okay, I bow to your superior knowledge of armored vehicles.
Kevyn: And I graciously applaud your feigned humility.