Word of the Day - Day TwoDay 2: Defenestrate “So you see,” Phoenix said, “The defendant could not have climbed to the ninth floor with in the proposed timeframe.”“OBJECTION!” Edgeoworth said pointing at Phoenix, “the prosecution has already proved that the defendant never left the ninth floor!”“WHAAAAT?!” Phoenix said exasperated. He was starting to sweat.“He did,” Apollo said next to him with a slight tone of disappointment.“I see,” the Judge said, “so who was down there to take those photos?”“Your honor,” Edgeworth said in his haughty drawl, “The prosecution has a witness that can testify to that.”“Well let’s meet this witness!” The Judge said.They paused for several long moments. Phoenix had that sinking sensation in his gut. The she walked up to the stand. Phoenix’s jaw dropped.“Lotta!”“Hey the
Word of the Day - Day OneDay 1: Verisimilitude “OBJECTION!” Edgeworth pointed his index finger forcefully in Phoenix’s direction.So much so that Phoenix actually took a step backward. He looked at the judge. The man was cringing too.Edgeworth had his head up, chin raised. His arms were crossed. His index finger tapping impatiently against his arm.“Uh,” the judge said, “Mister Edgeworth?”“I object to the defense’s proposal. It is preposterous. A half-formed idea resulting from fallacious logic. A mere verisimilitude intended to steer us away from the truth of the matter at hand. The truth being, without doubt, that the defendant is guilty.”“OBJECTION!” Phoenix shot back and Edgeworth had the nerve to look annoyed and then sniff dismissively in his direction.The entire courtroom seemed to quiver in anticipation.This went on for several terse moments before Phoenix re
More of the UsualFor :iconneurotype:'s contest: http://fav.me/d754twm Rules: Your story must center around the development of a relationship between two entities.
Some things to consider: o What kind of relationship is it? (No, "relationship" doesn't have to mean "romance.") o Who/what is it between? o Is the development positive/negative? The relationship must be noticeably changed at the end. o Distance/death don't count if they're still besties or whatever. o I don't mean changed personalities. I mean a changed relationship.
Plausible but (currently) nonexistent technology must be integral to the development of this relationship. o Time travel goes forward. o Nothing goes faster than light, and lightspeed is for mass