Well said, and well put. Thank you for a very telling example complacence, even in our entertainment.
This could definitely be a longer story if you were up for it.
Reviews For Newton's Third Law
Reviewer: AJ (Anonymous)
15 May 2009 3:19 pm
Reviewer: Claudia (Anonymous)
02 May 2006 10:35 pm
Very good story! It's difficult to think that torture would be treated in such way, but the show has treated other sensitive matters like that before, I hope to understand better when the ep is aired in my country. I've always wondered why Weir reacted so strongly against K in "38 minutes," she's a diplomatic after all. Any ideas? And I think K reserves about some issues are correct (Steve for example?). Good work, although I'm sad that Zelenka is going away.
Reviewer: Mystic (Anonymous)
01 May 2006 4:39 am
You've got an good idea going, but it's far from finished. One, you can't leave us hanging like this? Really you can't, plus, I didn't see any McShep in there...none. So, even more reason to continue, yes? Plus, one can understand thier POV, but let's face it, the Goverment's won't let them abandon Atlantis like that...so, what's going to happen. Hehehe, Put Rodney in charge for a bit, they'll beg for Weir...perhaps. :>) Either way, good start, now for more please.
Reviewer: bluebrocade (Anonymous)
29 Apr 2006 10:42 am
Yes!! Great story. I agree. That was some bad writing (on the show). Please continue this! I'd love to read more.
Reviewer: Soledad (Anonymous)
29 Apr 2006 10:03 am
Fantastic story. This is something that needed to be dealt with. Go Radek! go Simpson! My only complaint is that you've ended the story right there.
Reviewer: anon (Anonymous)
29 Apr 2006 4:01 am
Good for you. Yes, the whole "I hate him, so it's okay to torture him," premise bothered me as well. Very good story.
Reviewer: Dr. Dredd (Anonymous)
29 Apr 2006 1:32 am
Wow. Very powerful story.