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I agree I don't think that Bella would want to be around Jacob and his new love. But it would be sad that she would just go away. As chief of the tribe I bet that JAcob would see thatr Bella had a place to stay with one of their children. Thanks for sharring, Doc
I sure agree with you. But I would provibly move Alice up a notch. I think that Edward's loss is a major one, since I would have put him right behind Jasper. As to their placement, I would have put Jasper and Edward (not available) on the sides where they could hit them in their weakest spots. And then have Alice and Carlisle seal off their possable north and south routs of escape. Thanks for sharing Doc
I love your new Avatar honoring Stephanie. You are so right she is the true hero of "The Twilight Saga." GREAT CHOICE. And you make an excellent point about Bella's special mind and her shield. Thank You for sharing, Doc
Dear Spegs, You make an excellent point. To me the most evil characters would be either. Aro because he participates in sending people and vampires to their death, with out having any compassion for life (vampire or human) even though he is intelligent enough to know he shouldn't. Or Jane (the sadistic) sociopath who takes pleasure in torturing others.
The defense for Aro would be that he is only doing what is best for the Vampire world. But as you point out he true motive is strengthing his power base. His Killing Carlisle and Esme (Which he had to have included in his plan to kidnapp Edward, Alice,and Bella) was a despicable decision.
But watching Jane smile as she started to torture Bella was despicable as well. Thank you for sharing, Doc
What excellent observations. Spegs "Her clumsiness. Doc I never thought of that. But it is an excellent point. Bella fell down just trying to get to her car. And in gym. It would obviously be a powerful component of her poor public image GREAT POINT!!
Spegs, "From the agony of knowing." Doc Another brilliant point. There is an agony which comes from being in love. Part of it may be from knowing that you aren't totaly in controll of your own life. Thank you for sharing those insightful obsevations with us, Doc
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NO TV!! Your folks sound like Stephanie's. I wonder if you will turn out to be the next Meyers or Rollins. Thanks for the compliment, I like the pictures too, Doc
Some where your Edward is looking for you. Quote: What took you so LONG!" Alice to Jasper.