October 2021




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Sep. 5th, 2021


Filtered to Hródolf, Brenna, Bryn, Zu, Jack, Dan, Abra, and her Bucky

look how i have learned to use this

[please imagine a picture of Astrid's baby is here, as advanced as the station's tech will let it be]

doctor cuddy has done tests and given me medicine to help the baby be strong

the baby will be born towards the end of the snows after dans birthday

Jun. 15th, 2021


I know it's not common for other people to go there, but everyone should avoid wheel 5. especially after dark. there is something wrong there.

Mar. 24th, 2021


there is a home building in the park [location of one of the parks in Wheel 1]. it's overgrown with plants and weeds. no one lives there. is there objection if I do?

Feb. 9th, 2021


Does anyone have any questions about Nueva York? I would have posted this earlier, but I was busy being home.

Edit: If your hand is itchy when you go through to Nueva York, I think you'll have a cred chip implant. Ask Lyla to run a scan before you leave my apartment, and she'll tell you what sort of chip you've got (and how much money you can spend).

Feb. 7th, 2021


how does this new world work?


It's been a while, I know, but we've got a new door! The door room is down in the university area, at [location that's about five minutes walk from Miguel and Sarah's lab]. It's going to a fancy apartment in a place called Babylon Towers, in Nueva York, and it's August 2099 there. We've got it for the next four weeks, looks like.

HEY MIGUEL(s?)! Even I know this is your door. Enjoy your trip home!

Feb. 5th, 2021


I am still here.

I don't know why, I just didn't get sent back with the others once that asshole died. if it bothers you, I'm on Wheel 4 at [location that's near within walking distance of the Other camp but isn't particularly close]. I don't care if you come after me but there's a young girl staying nearby, do not bother her.

to anyone in the medbay:

I am an amputee. my left arm was surgically removed 6 inches below my shoulder about 15 years ago. other than low-level pain and occasional phantom limb sensations, it has not bothered me in a long time and I'm able to do what I need to on my own. is there any reason I can't continue to live without a prosthetic?