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Comic 24 - Did you just call me...

3rd Apr 2007, 3:29 PM
Did you just call me...
Average Rating: 5 (9 votes)

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Centcomm 11th Apr 2014, 6:03 PM edit delete
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Stormwind13 11th Apr 2014, 9:57 PM edit delete reply

Well Lynn, who is out in the wastes with a gutter gunship herding them? So maybe the gutter has a right to call you dumb! :-D
Centcomm 12th Apr 2014, 11:35 AM edit delete reply

well - im sure Lynn will disagree :D
Stormwind13 12th Apr 2014, 4:09 PM edit delete reply

Well she might disagree, but still the situation argues against her. :-D
DLKmusic 7th Nov 2014, 5:18 AM edit delete reply

In fairness to Lynn on this point, It wouldn't have been any different if Dolly were piloting...

Of course, once the got on the ground, that would be a different story, but still.
Centcomm 7th Nov 2014, 6:02 AM edit delete reply

Dolly would have acted the perfect prisoner up until the car set down.. and Dolly could get him away from the heavy guns ..then he would be paste
Stormwind13 7th Nov 2014, 8:15 AM edit delete reply

I'm just wondering if Dolly would have walked right into the gutter's trap or not, DLK. Or if she would have taken a different path that might have avoided the gutter altogether.
DLKmusic 8th Nov 2014, 4:35 AM edit delete reply

I don't think so, as Dolly had already Vetted Lynn's flight path before she took off.
Stormwind13 8th Nov 2014, 10:09 AM edit delete reply

I'm not sure where you are getting that, DLK. Dolly apparently knew NOTHING about the change in plan (let alone the flight plan) before the air car came up.
And Lynn had already FILED the flight plan. I don't see that Dolly had ANY input into it. Or any opportunity to approve or disapprove it. Dolly may have gotten an opportunity to review it at that point, but Lynn had pretty much shut her down by then.

At least that is the way I read that sequence. Lynn picked the route, Dolly had nothing to do with it (except that she DID raise Lynn). I fear though that Lynn was in such a hurry that she probably filed the straightest 'safe' course and made it pretty damn easy to intercept her.

Oh and I wouldn't be shocked if Dolly filed one course and then took another, filing an in-flight 'adjustment' with a hold on notifying anyone until she landed or there was an emergency. Dolly normally thinks several moves ahead.
xpacetrue 24th Dec 2014, 11:17 PM edit delete reply

Thinking several moves ahead like that does sound like Dolly.

However, I don't think having a straight and documented flight plan is what got Lynn in this mess.

Rather, I think it was a couple pages earlier where Lynn became so bored and decided to -log into the comm system with her user ID- in order to watch some V3D in order to pass the time.

My guess: The gutters were probably listening to the airwaves and their system had already been set to look for her user ID.

(Or did that merely create a "backdoor" for the gutters to hack her car?)
GhostRider 30th Nov 2015, 5:14 PM edit delete reply
xpace, I'm gonna have to admit that I like your theory. It makes sense for the gutters to be looking for her system ID because SPOILERS REMOVED. They're more intelligent than they are given credit for (even by us).
megados 28th Apr 2017, 9:27 PM edit delete reply
I had always wondered how they intercepted her, and this is a plausible scenario. Additionally, being reminded how the sequence of events plays out helps! :) Rereading pays off!
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