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Discussion question of the week:
In Dax and Weaver's situation, do you think their decision to intimidate Alix from the get-go was the wisest choice? Do you think their attitudes--Weaver's aggressiveness and Dax's comparative passivity--are directly related to their respective sizes?
NOTES FROM OTHERS:
|Hm, I don't know. That new guy looks like a tool. I think I trust Weaver's
instincts more here. Dax seems slow to comprehend others, Weaver tends t be a bit
quicker on the uptake.
|I thought that might be Alix.|
Though as it happens I know nothing about him except his name and that he hangs out with Dax and Weaver, so this should be interesting. xD
|I never thought I'd see the moment where I would call Weaver an asswad, but this has brought it to bear. At least Alix is only obnoxious in his douchery . . . Still, Weaver's cute in his malice.|
|Ooooh. This is one of my favorite episodes so far. I am really intrigued by this "intruder," who claims he's not human. (I'm writing about a character who feels that way too, so great timing!) I can see why Weaver would be skeptical of that, but...wow, there is just so much misunderstanding here that has the potential to be explored and turned positive, but I want to see if and how that will happen. I am really hoping it will! I loved seeing Dax's and Weaver's differing reactions to this, too. Nice!!|
|Why does weaver think they're bluffing? It's two against one. Surely they could take one puny human?
And you know what they say: the littlest dog is the one that bites. A lion is relaxed because the gazelles will clear the way to water for him.
Did Weaver learn about hippies from watching sesame street?
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