Blair in Bondage

By Flyss. September 28th, 2010

At the end of “Tied-Up, Helpless, Loving” (the latest installment of Narrative 5), Janice plays bondage games with Blair again, and this time he surrenders to it. And you know what? I think it’s the best thing that ever happened to him.

But the first part of the installment is about a different level of bondage: We meet some members of the blue&black organization, and we find that if any one of them were to tell the world about the immortals they’d die instantly. (Or, at least, they think they would, which is still bondage.)

Also they call hangers-on “lice.” I agree that Menniss is a louse, but to call mortals who are hungry for immortality “lice” is disgusting.

I know, I know, this is all written by Oxadrenals, and shows his bias. But with details like this, it’s hard to see the Immortal Illuminati as the good-deed-doers they say they are. Soraya, are you willing to refute anything here? — Flyss

6 Comments

  1. C says:

    That’s sad to hear.

    Why not just re-programmed them to erase the memory part where they’re after immortals for their secrets…

    killing them instantly? what ever happen to having compassion and forgiveness for the lesser kind of humanity

  2. Bob says:

    The point is? The blue and blacks take their job serious? So we are Lice?
    The more you guys talk the more you reveal your double sided nature. One thing that comes across is this belief that you guys are special, destined by a higher power for greatness. More than likely you’re the off spring of an advanced race that left you here on this planet because they didn’t have space in their crafts, or they didn’t want mom and dad to find out they had some extra grandkids on a god forsaken planet with a hot sun. Hence your bad disposition.

  3. Jimmy says:

    Bob, so far without proof this is just a story for your imagination. You’re doing the real work here, after the cleverly woven story by the Author. Of course, I could be mistaken and you’re just the clever controlled opposition. With the internet you really can never tell.

    When the author and his discovered illuminati want to really be real, they’ll give proof…until then, it’s nothing more than a good book

  4. Bob says:

    Sorry Jimmy I am not the controlled opposition, for one I can’t spell without a spell checker, two they might be telling the truth. The book of revelations said that in the last days someone or some persons would arise with great charisma. As in the days of Noah so shall it be in the end. If these dudes knew Noah, then heck we are a little closer. These clowns believe in some kind of prophecy or why else would they bring up the tojo story unless they feel it has truth.

  5. Bob says:

    Ok sorry for calling them clowns, just a slip of the tongue.

  6. Jimmy says:

    You’re playing the end-times doom-and-gloom archetype? Clever “Bob”, it’s been woven well and now even in mainstream thinking.

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