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Throwback Thursday: Space Cowboys, Season 2 #5 – “Scurvy Sea Dogs”

It might be helpful, at this stage of the story, to know something about the “guest starring actors” in the story at hand. The conceit, remember, was that the game was based on a TV show that never was. 3,044 more words

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Throwback Thursday: Space Cowboys, Season 2 #4 – “Fallout”

The session where it all started to go horribly wrong.

The Venus spaceport was in orbit. Due to the harsh conditions, Venus had never been terraformed. 1,506 more words

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Mary Kate Smith, TBS' "King of the Nerds"

Many nerds have good relationships with their professors in school, and Mary Kate Smith and Dr. Keith Koenig of Mississippi State University are no different—Mary Kate had worked with Dr. 749 more words


Throwback Thursday: Space Cowboys, Season 2 #3 – “Elbow Room”

If it hasn’t become clear yet, Hal isn’t just a source of comedy relief, with his mix of good and bad luck; he’s also a master of moving around with no gravity, in or out of a vacc suit. 1,300 more words

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Throwback Thursday: Space Cowboys, Season 2 #2 – “Felix's Follies”

This was the episode in which we learn that Miranda actually does export something besides opium derivatives and corruption. They are also the source of the system-famous Corinthian leather.  1,630 more words

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Issue #14. Stranded

“Ain’t nothing down there but cattle and trees old man, them and mayhaps the odd shot up relic from your war. If you ask me its not worth the effort Jurgen, besides, we got a boat load of Rhyes finest caskets to drop off- best we keep moving” Remy ruffled the dogs head poking up between his legs and swung his boots from under the console. 989 more words

Throwback Thursday: Space Cowboys, Season 2 #1 - "Terreno's Knuckle Duster"

After diverting into the Supers 1200 game, we returned to space for season 2. 

Terreno received the Cool Point, for continuing on using his Professional Wrestling style in a real combat… even after it became apparent that Professional Wrestling strikes did no actual damage. 2,985 more words

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