If you can’t be a good example, then you’ll just have to be a horrible warning. — Catherine Aird

Chapter 19, Page 6

Chapter 19, Page 6

There’s just something about the trio that makes the jokes roll out.  And yes, Jacob is referring to Exit.  He’s learned not to be cheeky with all the Genocide Men…

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Roger: I thought we had a rule that we don't let Jacob drive?
Girii: He's not driving, he's flying.
Roger: For god's sake, why are we letting Jacob fly!? The last time we let Jacob drive, he plowed through a farmer's market!
Girii: There are no markets up in the air, Roger.
Roger: I'm worried about him hitting one on the ground!
Jacob: Relax, I got this. We had a smartass pilot in the project...always kidding us about how we needed him. So I took some flight training. He was always polite to me after that.

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Discussion (5)¬

  1. Ro'Wan says:

    Been a while since we’ve seen “stage left” (Exit), what happened to him?
    Don’t recall him dying………………..

  2. clonedpixels says:

    The problem I see with this situation is, his instructor didn’t drill into him to always have a hand on the collective?

  3. And the American puritanical ideal says:

    @clonedpixels Jacob has super reflexes yo

  4. Weatherheight says:

    There is no one so self-assured as the person who believes he is indispensable, and no one more nervous than that same person after he’s found out that he’s not.

  5. SteelRaven says:

    Think we meet this pilot earlier 🙂