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1997-03-03 00:00:00 - Re: Clearing up confusion about the Kromaggs. - ("E. Walter" <ewwdkb96@tbcnet.com>)


Seth Argabright wrote: > > A lot of people seem to be under the impression that the Kromaggs follow > the sliders to ever world they go to and subsequently conquer it after > they leave. But I interpreted the homing device as merely a way to > monitor the sliders until they get home. At which time, they'll stop > sliding and the Kromaggs will realize that because they've stayed in the > same place so long, they must have made it to their home world. Then, and > only then, will they bother to go after them. Of course, I've been wrong > before--I'll never forget that day. > > --Seth Well said, Seth. And, as an additional point to try to clear something up, some posts I've read on the subject of the Kromaggs seems to indicate that people believe that the original Professor Arturo was the one who had the Kromagg homing device attached to him, rather than any of the others. Point: the scene near the end of "Invasion," Marie (or whatever her name was) put on quite a good show of dying in *QUINN'S* arms and then reported to her masters that she had completed the TASK... then was rewarded with an hour in the garden for a job well done. Seems to me that Quinn was the one who had the transmitter attached to him. If it were an implant, then, sure it could have been any of the four original Sliders, but I think she may have managed to slip something ONTO Quinn during that scene. And, following that logic, there the possibility that the transmitter was discarded by the time that the Sliders had landed on the Refinery Earth ("The Fire Within")... when Quinn dumped his burning jacket into an empty oil drum. Something to think about! Keep Slidin'!

1997-03-03 00:00:00 - Clearing up confusion about the Kromaggs. - (Seth Argabright <sa228595@oak.cats.ohiou.edu>)


A lot of people seem to be under the impression that the Kromaggs follow the sliders to ever world they go to and subsequently conquer it after they leave. But I interpreted the homing device as merely a way to monitor the sliders until they get home. At which time, they'll stop sliding and the Kromaggs will realize that because they've stayed in the same place so long, they must have made it to their home world. Then, and only then, will they bother to go after them. Of course, I've been wrong before--I'll never forget that day. --Seth "The surest sign of intelligent life in the universe is the fact that it hasn't tried to contact us." --Hobbes the tiger http://www.geocities.com/Area51/6278

1997-03-04 00:00:00 - Re: Clearing up confusion about the Kromaggs. - (CyberSam <smustain@impulse.net>)


Seth Argabright wrote: > > A lot of people seem to be under the impression that the Kromaggs follow > the sliders to ever world they go to and subsequently conquer it after > they leave. But I interpreted the homing device as merely a way to > monitor the sliders until they get home. At which time, they'll stop > sliding and the Kromaggs will realize that because they've stayed in the > same place so long, they must have made it to their home world. Then, and > only then, will they bother to go after them. Of course, I've been wrong > before--I'll never forget that day. > > --Seth > > "The surest sign of intelligent life in the universe is the fact that it > hasn't tried to contact us." --Hobbes the tiger > > http://www.geocities.com/Area51/6278 Sorry Seth. What day? -- ******************************************* * * * Mail me at mailto:smustain@terminus.com * * * ******************************************* Ever notice how people who don't believe in evololution are slightly less evolved? ******************************************* * * * "I believe God created me in a day!" * * "Yeah, it looks like he rushed it." * * * *******************************************

1997-03-04 00:00:00 - Re: Clearing up confusion about the Kromaggs. - (regnery@ix.netcom.com)


On Mon, 3 Mar 1997 15:39:55 GMT, Seth Argabright <sa228595@oak.cats.ohiou.edu> wrote: > >A lot of people seem to be under the impression that the Kromaggs follow >the sliders to ever world they go to and subsequently conquer it after >they leave. But I interpreted the homing device as merely a way to >monitor the sliders until they get home. At which time, they'll stop >sliding and the Kromaggs will realize that because they've stayed in the >same place so long, they must have made it to their home world. Then, and >only then, will they bother to go after them. Of course, I've been wrong >before--I'll never forget that day. But how would they know when the Sliders have been on a world long enough? They were on that Feminist world for six weeks (not the chromosome earth; the earth where the feminists were in control). -- George M. Regnery | "Geschichte ist keine Abfolge von Daten sondern ein sich ------------------+ ueber die Dimension der Zeit erstreckendes Netz in welchem Vergagenheit, Gegenwart & Zukunft zusammengewoben sind als Schicksal."-- Cusco Links for Corporate Information: http://www.netcom.com/~regnery/corporate.html