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Old Gray Mare

Has No Life - Lives on TB

LawPoet

Contributing Member
Flea taxi was one of THE voices of this genre. With Tired Old Man, "Scratchline" [Clark series], and JERRY D. YOUNG, I was educated in the perils of our modern world. Other icons and giants existed, and merit mention in some future "Prepper Hall of Fame".

However, almost all of these "planted seeds of fruits they would never harvest". How strange it seems that these prescient savants spent their lives warning others of perils they now observe, somewhat distantly, from Heaven's heights.

I stand in awe of Flea Taxi and his fellow-futurists. May they someday be publicly honored for lives of service through foresightful-fiction. Although a new generation of "warning voices" has arisen to address our 21st Century perils, "The Fiction Founders" shall always have a place of respect and "unpaid debt" in my heart.

Rest easy Flea Taxi--you and yours enlightened and instructed myriad future preppers who must now face the vices, betrayals, and perils about which you warned for so many years. God bless you all.
 

Sammy55

Veteran Member
Many many thanks, OGM!! It was wonderful to see these books again and I will be happily reading for many weeks and months to come!!
 

Sneaker 11

RECONDO
Thanks for posting the link to these stories. When I first became a member I read the North to Alaska series an must say thoroughly enjoyed them. It will be fun to go back and visit them again.........and more. Thanks again.

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RememberGoliad

redneck packrat
Wish someone knew what became of Scrachline. I miss that old storyteller. Hope he's either okay or in a place he aspired to be. If anyone knows for sure, and feels comfortable doing so, sing out. I'm sure there's lots of us who'd appreciate a little closure.
 

Old Gray Mare

Has No Life - Lives on TB
Wish someone knew what became of Scrachline. I miss that old storyteller. Hope he's either okay or in a place he aspired to be. If anyone knows for sure, and feels comfortable doing so, sing out. I'm sure there's lots of us who'd appreciate a little closure.
Not sure what Scrachline's status is but this is a link to one of his stories at the TB2K archive database.
 
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