Arthur Green

Arthur Green

  • Commented on Report on Seat 14C
    I think Charlie's story does a much better job of capturing the current mood than any of the actual entries. I read through them while wrestling insomnia last night; I'm afraid I need to check my blood sugar. I can't...
  • Commented on 2117 revisited
    Emojis as a (limited) universal language? I long pre-date the emoji generation, but as I understand it they're not just a phenomenon in English. Perhaps we'll have people with no common spoken language communicate by sending emojis to each others...
  • Commented on Sad Trombone Exoplanet Reality Check
    I was tempted to let it slide ......
  • Commented on Sad Trombone Exoplanet Reality Check
    A useful reality check indeed. It'd be interesting if we could get some idea of the planet's atmospheric composition, even if we'll never get to see it up close. Incidentally, should the title be "Sad Trombone" rather than "San Trombone"?...
  • Commented on What are you reading this summer?
    Recently read: - The Nightmare Stacks. Very enjoyable - it's interesting to see junior Laundry staff looking at Mr Howard the same way Bob used to view Angleton. Another ruthless trope subversion from OGH; long me he continue to write...
  • Commented on Quiet in here, isn't it?
    Yes, but your super-villain is Dick Cheney. He pulls the wings off flies and makes orphans clean chimneys. I doubt you could come up with something for Blofeld/Cheney to do that some elements of his fan base wouldn't approve of....
  • Commented on CMAP: Short stories, what are they good for?
    I'm relieved to hear you have no plans to novelize A Colder War. The novella really conveyed a sense of existential dread; a novel-length version would probably generate Peter Watts levels of fear....
  • Commented on Spoiler Thread
    Sigh. The T shirt should read "Don't be silly Bob. Everybody knows vampires don't exist". Serves me right for not getting enough sleep due to spending too much time reading....
  • Commented on Spoiler Thread
    ... And the escalation continues. The whimsy has gone, but we get high-quality horror in its place. I really enjoyed this. Vampire project managers are a brilliant idea - it'll be difficult to attend backlog grooming sessions at work after...
  • Commented on Rinse, Drain, Spin ... more Laundry!
    Does this mean we have a valid reason to say "omg ponies!"? I'm looking forward to this. I've run out of new Laundry material and could do with a fix....
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