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1998-05-17 00:00:00 - Yummy! (was "Re: Did the Sliders destroy a whole world?") - (nobody@cyberspace.org)


--------------------------+ On Mon, 18 May 1998 02:35:56, Michael My e-mail address is: | Smith <emmenjay@zip.com.au> from the james.boe AT usa DOT net. | very fine firm of Emmenjay Consulting, If you are going to com- | offered the following consultation plain to my ISP about | apparently free of charge: any derogatory content | => from any of my posts, do | => John Leister wrote: be sure to tell them that | => > it was in the Usenet News | => > I recall one episode in the 2nd and NOT by e-mail. | => > season I think where the sliders --------------------------+ => > landed on an earth where giant => > insects had bred out of control and had more or I distinctly => > remember one or two of them flying off unhurt when they landed. => > Now does not this mean that they will breed and thus take => > over the new planet that they have landed on. => => That would depend if there was one or two. If there was only => one, then breading could get a little tricky. Mmmm. Fried spiderwasp. Yum. (hee-hee-hee) (Whadya mean "spelling flame"?! Well, I *suppose* you could bake a breaded spiderwasp..) Incidentally, as I said in another follow-up post to this question, three spiderwasps slid with the group. Quinn attempted to kill one but it was never revealed whether he actually succeeded or what happened to the other two spiderwasps. Maybe this will be tidied up in a future episode on the Sci Fi Channel. => -- => ########################################################### => Michael Smith emmenjay@zip.com.au James ~~~~~ On the next GERALDO: "My next guest is a prehistoric monster who rose from the depths of the earth to stomp on Tokyo and has written a book AND has had a movie made based on his experiences."

1998-05-17 00:00:00 - Re: Did the Sliders destroy a whole world?") - (janowack@mtu.edu)


The spiderwasps that did get through pose no harm, UNLESS one was a queen, but since they all looked the same, and there's usually only one queen at a time, it was probably just drones that got through... : Incidentally, as I said in another follow-up post to this : question, three spiderwasps slid with the group. Quinn : attempted to kill one but it was never revealed whether : he actually succeeded or what happened to the other two : spiderwasps. Maybe this will be tidied up in a future : episode on the Sci Fi Channel.

1998-05-18 00:00:00 - Re: Did the Sliders destroy a whole world?") - (spammers@suck.hard)


On 17 May 1998 18:57:02 -0400, janowack@mtu.edu (Joshua Nowack) wrote: >The spiderwasps that did get through pose no harm, UNLESS one was a queen, >but since they all looked the same, and there's usually only one queen at >a time, it was probably just drones that got through... > >: Incidentally, as I said in another follow-up post to this >: question, three spiderwasps slid with the group. Quinn >: attempted to kill one but it was never revealed whether >: he actually succeeded or what happened to the other two >: spiderwasps. Maybe this will be tidied up in a future >: episode on the Sci Fi Channel. There was a hell of a fanfic story that addressed that at an archice of alt.sliders.creative. I've long since lost the URL though. I'm a occasional lurker here, perhaps a regular can help you.