A Conversation for The Return of H2G2 Story Time


Post 1


Could someone abstract this for me please? I used to be up to date with it but now...
and I don't have enough money for the sixty printer pages it would take to print all this out...



Post 2

Clive the flying ostrich: Amateur Polymath | Chief Heretic.

hmmm. well I put it up like this so people could read it through rather than having to print it all out - but to summerise...

Bob and Jil, our two main leads, are lured into a mysterious web of espionage and other nefarious to-doings by the discovery of a small dead blue fish. It quickly transpires, that their saviour Hugh Grant, is in fact his evil twin brother Richard E. Grant in disguise. He is himself working for higher masters, the ex-spy and assassin Gonzaroolio (AKA Bumpy the clown) and a 4 1/2 foot tall man in a leather trenchcoat. They in turn are henchmen for a dark and evil overlord
Leicesterschniicth Kitanya Irania Tatonya Karenska Alisov - another ex russian maffia boss, all round bad guy and nemesis to one Boutros Boutros Ghali. (Former head of the European Union.) Who used his influential staus as E.U President to mask his real activitiy which was to run a secret agency that employs amongst others Arthur Robinson, Secret Agent X, Secret Agent XXX, (AKA **** ) Secret Agent Bruce (or XXXX - He wouldn't give a castlemaine for-ex for anything else.) Boutros appears in the story as a cryogenically frozen head in jar.

After lots of exciting battles, false leads, denúmonts and revelations and the odd sex scene or two the stage is set for a showdown between Leicester's army and Boutro's agency on some tropical island hideaway while these two old enemies do battle in the pit beneath a chemical weapons rocket due to launch in oooh... around about 8 minutes time.

This climaxs in the tropical island on which the missle silo is located exploding, the deaths of some pretty major characters, and after a bried vignette set in Heaven, the story is set to continue in the hospital wards of a city of London hospital.

Oh - and the phrase "The dying pilchard bleeds under a turqoise moon" is, for reasons not yet revealed, fantastically important.



Post 3


Boutros was Secretary General of the UN wasn't he?


Post 4

Clive the flying ostrich: Amateur Polymath | Chief Heretic.

Picky. smiley - winkeye

Ma memory's a-gettin' foggy in-a ma ol' age!

( I'm droping by your page in a sec....)


Post 5


thank you! smiley - smiley

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