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Now mind you, it wasn't all bad; I certainly needed some time with August and the Clown King to give their relationship a more http://melvyntan.com/?p=5240 contextual meaning (err, that's a technical term for giving it depth which I just pulled out of the air, I like to do that). But now it's finally turning into a higher gear. The see url Lovecraftian Beast had begun his attack, the last remaining Clown Node is at risk, and now that August is absorbed by the monster he finds an artsy source site beatnik in the center of the creature.

And that's exactly what I want August to be: a sort of unpredictable, weirdly ironic or flatout bizarre tale that can literally go http://www.fieldandstreamaustralia.com.au/?prostokvawo=dating-a-drummer-quotes&f4f=8e anywhere. A repetition of episodes dealing with the Clown King might go a long way towards establishing their mutual characters, but it's a far cry from the opzioni binarie carlo fastpaced trip that August is otherwise. Change is good though, it's certainly not a bad thing if I occassionally do something like this. But I'm just glad we're back on the old track again with a story going at lightspeed.

Don't release a relieved sigh yet though; the Clown Arc isn't over yet. There are still mysteries to be solved. Questions of see url great legitimacy to be answered. Stay tuned, rabied fans.

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