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From: Michael Straight <straight@email.unc.edu>
Subject: Re: (whorl) Pas, Silk and Horn
Date: Mon, 10 Apr 2000 08:40:40 

On Sat, 8 Apr 2000, Jim Jordan wrote:

> If this be the case, then for Silk to allow a
> transcript of himself to be entered into Mainframe would not be out of
> accord with his character. On the other hand, this might be something like
> "The Last Temptation of Silk," which he should reject. I've never sorted
> this question out. I suspect that time will tell, and we'll find out
> eventually.

I don't think Silk had a choice in the matter.  It seems like the kind of
process that could be done without consent.  They might even be able to do
it through a sacred window.  Sure, Kypris asked Silk how he'd like it, but
maybe she'd already done it, and was just teasing, talking to the Silk
that had been left behind in the physical world.


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