Chapter 691: In Which Our Hero, Posing As A Polish Phiosopher, Sneaks Into A French Prison To Rescue His Father

…and then they escape into a waiting ornithopter

The Doclopedia #768

Readers Secret Identities: Lisa, The Almost-Vegan (Lisa Alber)

Lisa tried hard to be a good vegan, she really did. She only bought organic veggies and fruits from certified farms. She stayed away from anything that had any sort of animal content whatsoever. Her vegan cooking skills were legendary among her friends and several of them suggested that she open a restaurant. She was voted one of the “Top Ten Vegans To Watch” by American Vegan Magazine.

Which is why, after the three full moons each month, during which she would transform into a weretiger and go out and kill and devour a few people or cattle or whatever and enjoy the taste of raw meat, she’s feel all depressed and guilty for days.

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The Doclopedia #769

Readers Secret Identities: Pam The Cynical Bitch (Pam Meers Purtle)

Pam was a cynic, her friends knew this well,

But they laughed at her snark and just said “what the hell!”

Her view on politicians? Why, she’d practically shout it?

Her views on religion? Fuggedaboudit!

When it came to pop music, her opinion was dim.

Her hope for television? Really quite slim.

She was cynical about business and movies and art.

Her sympathy for rich folks? Less than a fart.

Yes Pam was a skeptic, some called her a witch,

But she proudly called herself The Cynical Bitch.

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One comment on “Chapter 691: In Which Our Hero, Posing As A Polish Phiosopher, Sneaks Into A French Prison To Rescue His Father

  1. Pam Purtle says:

    PERFECT!!! Dear Hubby will love it.

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