Francine

By Multiple-Authors. October 17th, 2010

In these two updates, we first step back in time to the period of Francine’s manic episode. Having had time to interview her, we can now fill in some important details that the cameras and microphones didn’t show. Then we return to the moment in the Safe Room when Mennis heard Francine calling to him.

As several readers guessed in advance, the Illuminati will find an unexpectedly cunning adversary in this seemingly straightforward woman. Whether she is David with a slingshot or Ulysses tricking the gods, she is a power to be reckoned with. — SB & KT, writing for Francine

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6 Comments

  1. K'Rhiya says:

    In one of the narratives it talks about thinning the population, maybe that is what the Illuminati’s plan was all along, to thin out the Hafeems and the hangers-on.

  2. Stephen says:

    She says she can change the game theoretic situation. It reminds me of what Stephen Pinker writes about the most certain way to win a game of “chicken:” You saw off your steering wheel and throw it out of the car. You win because you’ve removed your own power to veer away, thereby forcing your opponent to veer.

    In this case, the Illuminati intend their Holocaust to prevent immortality from spreading. If, however, Francine did something that makes the spread of immortality inevitable … the comparison isn’t exact as the Illuminati could still perform their Holocaust. But it would be to no avail. I think they’re too rational to kill people if it won’t accomplish anything.

    And now it strikes me, actually, that very early on in this blog’s history “C” came up with an analogy from popular culture that might apply here.

    Come to think of it, that would explain exactly what Francine is doing.

  3. K'Rhiya says:

    Makes one wonder what was really in that pill Janice took

  4. c says:

    Stephen – please refresh my memory? i don’t recall.

    I must say Francine has real balls to challenge Alexandros like that. Same goes for Baehl and Janice. they are all fearless. Now it has made Alexandros look like a drifting shadow flickering about around shimmering glorious light of mortals… cos he is no longer in control of the game, he has played as humanity’s babysitter… for thousands of years.

  5. c says:

    i find it highly interesting that geniuses such as Francine are prone to mental illness/fragility… She still has a Beautiful Mind.

  6. c says:

    It would have been interesting to hear what ‘s going on with Dr Lemon now… has he completely healed..? what about his son?

    But what a cop out to hear Lemon is workin for Alexandros now.

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