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Reviewer: Bianca (Anonymous)
16 Aug 2009 3:36 am
Love this story! very funny how Zelenka just had to embarrass them with that announcement. :]

Author's Response: Well, *someone* had to figure out what was going on. ;)
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Reviewer: go suck on a lemon (Signed)
14 Jun 2009 12:07 am
Very good, any chance of continuation?

Author's Response: Thanks for reading! There will probably be a part two on the way, but not in the immediate future- I've got my hands full with a different story at the moment.
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Reviewer: rubygirl (Signed)
11 Jun 2009 9:05 pm
Love John playing with his (Ronon's) hair like a sixteen year old girl. Love the awkwardness of their bodies and minds, and the promise that now they're back where they belong ... they still belong to each other.

Author's Response: Why is it that making these guys so bloody awkward is so damned fun, anyway?
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Reviewer: ScoutLover (Signed)
11 Jun 2009 7:48 pm
I love this! Love the idea of Ronon and John getting to know each other inside out (so to speak) and coming to grips with their feelings for each other.

I had to laugh at "Pegasus Darwinism" and Lorne seeing John playing with his "new" hair. Gotta love Major Dimples. ;-)

And does Shep ever show the pigtail pics to Ronon?

Author's Response: Shep's camera mysteriously disappeared sometime after the story, so the fate of the pigtail photos is, at this time, unknown. :)rnrnGlad you liked it!
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Reviewer: kiku65 (Anonymous)
11 Jun 2009 7:27 pm
Cute story, but the "Darwinism" thing kinda threw me. What, does he call the theory of gravity "Newtonism" as well?

Author's Response: Interesting. After looking at it again, i think using the term "evolution" doesn't convey the proper amount of sarcasm, what with evolution being decontextualized and expanded to equate with progress, or at least positive development in general. I think that "Darwinism," at least in the vernacular, tends to be used more often when discussing a failure or breakdown in that progress. Or when discussing complete and utter idiocy, hence the "Darwin Awards" and so on. So, I think it fits in this context, even if it isn't the proper term.rnrnBut you raise a really good point. I've honestly never considered it before now. Thanks (both for reading, and making me think)! rnrnrn
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