The Prisoners of Time

The Prisoners of Time – Attempt 1, Part 7

When we left our hero, he had lost yet another sidekick and was busily dashing up to the roof of a Grand Sepulchre in search of revenge. As Lady Bracknell said (well, almost said) in The Importance of Being Earnest : “To lose one sidekick may be interpreted as misfortune, to lose fifty-three looks like carelessness….” Once… Continue reading The Prisoners of Time – Attempt 1, Part 7

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The Prisoners of Time – Attempt 1, Part 6

Aside : Before I start, I would be remiss if I did not mention that my beloved Hawthorn (17th on the AFL  ladder) played Adelaide (1st on the AFL ladder) on Thursday night. What happened, you say? DO YOU NEED TO ASK?!?! *coughs* *calms down* Lorkon Ironheart and I were sipping on drinks like civilized… Continue reading The Prisoners of Time – Attempt 1, Part 6

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The Prisoners of Time, Attempt 1, Part 5

Hello again! For those that worry about legal outcomes, I’ll just briefly say that : Judgement reserved, as was expected. I was able to demonstrate that the other party was pretty clearly a liar (who had told further lies when the first set were found out) I was able to secure an order that the… Continue reading The Prisoners of Time, Attempt 1, Part 5

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The Prisoners of Time – Attempt 1, Part 4

Aside : I give advance warning that, come what may, this will be a shorter entry.  Tomorrow  (Australian time) I will be personally arguing that fresh evidence means that a Judge should prevent my client’s former wife from moving the children of the marriage approximately 1,000km away.  I’ve been preparing for around 5 hours after… Continue reading The Prisoners of Time – Attempt 1, Part 4

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The Prisoners of Time – Attempt 1, Part 3

Aside : Before returning to Lone Wolf’s attempt to communicate with the Ookor (!?), I should address some feedback received in the comments to the previous post. It was, quite reasonably mentioned that the damage suffered by Lone Wolf through this adventure so far was of a non-wound nature, and therefore not able to be… Continue reading The Prisoners of Time – Attempt 1, Part 3

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The Prisoners of Time – Attempt 1, Part 2

When Lone Wolf woke up one morning from unsettling dreams, he found himself changed in his bed into a monstrous vermin. Oops, sorry. Wrong piece of literature. Having said that, Lone Wolf’s position upon awakening isn’t that much better, what with being in the middle of a mystical ‘corridor’ between dimensions, with no known exit… Continue reading The Prisoners of Time – Attempt 1, Part 2

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The Prisoners of Time – Attempt 1, Part 1

Well! Before I can narrate Lone Wolf’s hair-raising passage into a parallel dimension, as a lawyer I should commemorate the 50th anniversary of two amazing legal developments. And when I say ‘amazing’, I mean “It is FREAKING AMAZING THAT IT TOOK THAT LONG FOR THESE THINGS TO HAPPEN.” First was passage of the 1967 Australian referendum which… Continue reading The Prisoners of Time – Attempt 1, Part 1