DCML digest #579

Eero-Pekka Halinen e_halinen at hotmail.com
Tue Jun 19 12:42:20 CEST 2001

> >>>Douglas Adams also writes very good stories.
>You mean "wrote". Hadn't you heard?

Oh yeah, I heard about it. Sad. Too young (yes, I think he was young!). I 
don't speak enghlish as my mother tongue, so you can expect this kind of 
slips from me.

Yes, and I know the Black Knight doesn't want to steal all of the $crooges 
money, he wants his own "Trophy". And the other problem is that he can't do 
this in a story. Good ($crooge) must win, so you would have to make a so 
fine "clue" to the tale that it would be interesting trough the whole story, 
though he wouldn't get to destroy all of the $crooges money (The "bad 
denouement" would have to be turned into a "good denouement")

Maybe sometime you could strain your every nerve and find out a way for him 
to destroy the money without destroying the bin. And if you (maybe in your 
pension, if you ever have one :-)) you could have time for that story.

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