Thursday, December 28, 2006

Greatest Story Ever Told

The state of TIAH

December 28th, 2006

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Alternate Historian's Note: A combination of great head pain and lack of sleep is stifling creativity at the Academy today, so we'll let Stephen Payne conclude his time travel epic and sign off for the year while we attempt to recover and continue the second half of our NaNoWriMo novel this weekend. We hope that you are enjoying the change in format – let us know how you feel about it in comments or by emailing us. This will be the format of TIAH throughout the holiday season, and probably well into January, unless we receive a great outcry about it. Speaking of the Holiday Season, keep in mind those who need help year-round and keep yourselves safe and happy, as well. And, should you feel generous inclinations towards our guest historians, you can visit the sites of those who have separate ones from TIAH; generosity towards us here at the Academy is always appreciated, too, and you can find ways to help us out all over the site. Right now, we'd appreciate a lead on a good day job, but my lovely Co-Historian could also use some more memory on her PC, if anyone feels generously inclined. (It's PC133-style – yes, it's an old machine). Any good wishes you have towards us can be emailed here.

in 2126, the Mullah Elijah Rafsanjani arrives home in Doha, Qatar, courtesy of the Hussein-Saddat time dilation device. He has such a story to tell, he does not know where to start. In fact, it's the most wonderful story ever told. What the Mullah does know is that he will dedicate his life to achieving peace and reconciliation in the post-jihad era. He is the only man alive who can deliver a different Today in Alternative History. -entry by Steve Payne from Counter History in Context - You're the Judge!-

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