>>(Also, GENOM's "RETRO" treatment is in fact commercially
>>available to the truly, outrageously wealthy, as are memory-transfer
>>clones and the higher grades of cyborg replacement body.)
>So what you're saying is, the Broadbanks are gonna be with us for
>awhile, and possibly even generate more daughters. :)
I doubt they're that rich any more. Juri's rather seen to that.
>>>It's adorable that Azula thinks she "escaped" from that asylum. :)
>>She kind of did, though. Admittedly, she didn't get very far,
>>but she totally escaped.
>Well, only if you count the company of her brother and his idiot
>friends as a kind of insane asylum.
Oh, no, I don't mean that. I mean the time she actually escaped. She only got as far as the mailroom before Zuko caught up with her again, but it still counts. :)
>That much I figured. It is absolutely and completely the conclusion
>Azula would come to. I would be prepared to argue the point with her
>that there's a difference between "suffering" and "atonement" but that
>sort of shit is Aang's job. :)
Well, she's also done a tolerable amount of good for the world in that time; but not for Katara, so I suppose it could be argued that it doesn't really count. That wasn't the time or place to get into that, though.
>I bet she barely
>even remembers being encased in an icy tomb, completely cut off from
>her element and unable to move, but completely aware of what was
You know what, I bet that's not true. Azula has a really good memory.
>>As such, you should a) not look at it as a resolution and b) cut
>>Katara a little slack, I think. :)
>Duly noted, and slack cut. While I feel as though (as you yourself are
>kind enough to acknowledge) my criticism is not without merit
Well, say rather that it wouldn't have been without merit if the conclusion you drew it from was accurate. It's just that it wasn't. :)
>always a bit tricky to do that with things that are in-progress. I
>felt like the fight at the end of Le Droit du Dragon was
>completely superfluous until we got back to Diqiu, you might recall.
Well, as with Droit, hold that thought. I'm even telling you in advance this time. :)
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