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Thelos th'Zhela
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PostSubject: Re: Logical Deduction [Thelos/Zero]   Mon Mar 09, 2015 3:13 pm

When Gavin promptly flopped backward, Thelos was at first moved to try and catch him. Unfortunately, with how he'd pinwheeled backwards there wasn't much he really could have done on that front. He still winced when he fell, though.

Thankfully, Zero seemed to have had the right idea by going up to him. Her question, however, nearly wanted to make him facepalm hard enough to knock himself out. "He fainted because the information we gave him was more than he was able to process in one moment," he explained simply to the naive woman.

He then knelt down by Gavin himself and gently prodded his shoulder. "Gavin? Can you hear me?"

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PostSubject: Re: Logical Deduction [Thelos/Zero]   Tue Mar 10, 2015 8:22 am

Thelos th'Zhela wrote:
When Gavin promptly flopped backward, Thelos was at first moved to try and catch him. Unfortunately, with how he'd pinwheeled backwards there wasn't much he really could have done on that front. He still winced when he fell, though.

Thankfully, Zero seemed to have had the right idea by going up to him. Her question, however, nearly wanted to make him facepalm hard enough to knock himself out. "He fainted because the information we gave him was more than he was able to process in one moment," he explained simply to the naive woman.

He then knelt down by Gavin himself and gently prodded his shoulder. "Gavin? Can you hear me?"

Brightness filled Gavin's vision, and it took him a moment to realize that he wasn't standing at the fabled pearl gates. No, they were the work lights in the medical lab. Where he had been, standing upright and functional until someone had said something...someone...something...

And then it hit him, making him want to close his eyes again. "Oh...hi, Thel," he grinned weakly, reaching up to touch his boyfriend's blue face. "I had the strangest dream. I could swear some goddamn lunatic was talking about you carrying a child."

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PostSubject: Re: Logical Deduction [Thelos/Zero]   Tue Mar 10, 2015 4:53 pm

Thelos th'Zhela wrote:
When Gavin promptly flopped backward, Thelos was at first moved to try and catch him. Unfortunately, with how he'd pinwheeled backwards there wasn't much he really could have done on that front. He still winced when he fell, though.

Thankfully, Zero seemed to have had the right idea by going up to him. Her question, however, nearly wanted to make him facepalm hard enough to knock himself out. "He fainted because the information we gave him was more than he was able to process in one moment," he explained simply to the naive woman.

He then knelt down by Gavin himself and gently prodded his shoulder. "Gavin? Can you hear me?"

"'The information we gave him was more than he was able to process in one moment'?" the Augment repeated in a low tone of disbelief. "He has a mental capacity close to my own. There is little in the way of information that we are unable to process in a single dose."

Gavin Van Gelder wrote:
Brightness filled Gavin's vision, and it took him a moment to realize that he wasn't standing at the fabled pearl gates.  No, they were the work lights in the medical lab.  Where he had been, standing upright and functional until someone had said something...someone...something...

And then it hit him, making him want to close his eyes again.  "Oh...hi, Thel," he grinned weakly, reaching up to touch his boyfriend's blue face.  "I had the strangest dream.  I could swear some goddamn lunatic was talking about you carrying a child."

Gavin's apparent awakening distracted Zero from saying anything else to the Andorian and she looked down at him with her head tilted slightly to one side. She then scowled, sitting back on her heels and turning her head away to glare to the side. Lunatic? Was that what he really thought of her? She pushed herself back to her feet, moving back to her workbench in a huff.

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PostSubject: Re: Logical Deduction [Thelos/Zero]   Thu Mar 12, 2015 11:17 am

Zero Alpha wrote:

Gavin's apparent awakening distracted Zero from saying anything else to the Andorian and she looked down at him with her head tilted slightly to one side.  She then scowled, sitting back on her heels and turning her head away to glare to the side.    Lunatic?  Was that what he really thought of her?  She pushed herself back to her feet, moving back to her workbench in a huff.

Blinking slowly, Gavin got to his feet. He rubbed his fingers through his mop of auburn hair, sighing deeply. It was obvious that he'd hurt Zero's feelings, even if she likely didn't fully understand the sensation. Some best friend you are... he thought, quietly approaching the work station.

"Uh...Zero? Look...I didn't mean to call you a lunatic. It just...it's a lot to take in, at once. And this is the kind of thing that makes people uncomfortable, when you just randomly suggest that that people get genetically spliced to carry children."

Was he even ready for children? God, no. Not even close. He felt the world want to spin out of control again.

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PostSubject: Re: Logical Deduction [Thelos/Zero]   Thu Mar 12, 2015 7:20 pm

Gavin Van Gelder wrote:


Blinking slowly, Gavin got to his feet.  He rubbed his fingers through his mop of auburn hair, sighing deeply.  It was obvious that he'd hurt Zero's feelings, even if she likely didn't fully understand the sensation.  Some best friend you are... he thought, quietly approaching the work station.

"Uh...Zero?  Look...I didn't mean to call you a lunatic.  It just...it's a lot to take in, at once.  And this is the kind of thing that makes people uncomfortable, when you just randomly suggest that that people get genetically spliced to carry children."

Was he even ready for children?  God, no.  Not even close.  He felt the world want to spin out of control again.

While Gavin talked with Zero, Thelos stood in the back and wrung his hands. He was just as uncomfortable, and really didn't know how to handle everything that had happened in the bast ten minutes or so.

He appreciated everything that Zero had done, but... how did someone even react to that? The Andorian walked up beside Gavin and gave him a strained smile. "Not what you expected... sorry."

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PostSubject: Re: Logical Deduction [Thelos/Zero]   Thu Mar 12, 2015 7:44 pm

Gavin Van Gelder wrote:
Blinking slowly, Gavin got to his feet.  He rubbed his fingers through his mop of auburn hair, sighing deeply.  It was obvious that he'd hurt Zero's feelings, even if she likely didn't fully understand the sensation.  Some best friend you are... he thought, quietly approaching the work station.

"Uh...Zero?  Look...I didn't mean to call you a lunatic.  It just...it's a lot to take in, at once.  And this is the kind of thing that makes people uncomfortable, when you just randomly suggest that that people get genetically spliced to carry children."

Was he even ready for children?  God, no.  Not even close.  He felt the world want to spin out of control again.

Thelos th'Zhela wrote:
While Gavin talked with Zero, Thelos stood in the back and wrung his hands. He was just as uncomfortable, and really didn't know how to handle everything that had happened in the bast ten minutes or so.

He appreciated everything that Zero had done, but... how did someone even react to that? The Andorian walked up beside Gavin and gave him a strained smile. "Not what you expected... sorry."

Zero looked up at the couple, meeting their gazes easily. She had no regrets for doing what she had done, only that she had apparently made several errors in the more social aspects. Knowing what was right and wrong, acceptable and unacceptable, between humanoids was so very complicated.

"You are correct. By your standards, I am a... 'lunatic'," she stated. "I will not apologise for what I wished to do as I believe that I was not in error. I hoped to alleviate any pressures you may experience from your respective family units due to a lack of offspring in your relationship. I had hoped that it would... make you... happy, even if the project was not to come to fruition in the near future, but that it was possible."

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PostSubject: Re: Logical Deduction [Thelos/Zero]   Thu Mar 12, 2015 8:04 pm

Zero Alpha wrote:
Zero looked up at the couple, meeting their gazes easily.  She had no regrets for doing what she had done, only that she had apparently made several errors in the more social aspects.  Knowing what was right and wrong, acceptable and unacceptable, between humanoids was so very complicated.

"You are correct.  By your standards, I am a... 'lunatic'," she stated.  "I will not apologise for what I wished to do as I believe that I was not in error.  I hoped to alleviate any pressures you may experience from your respective family units due to a lack of offspring in your relationship.  I had hoped that it would... make you... happy, even if the project was not to come to fruition in the near future, but that it was possible."

Thelos th'Zhela wrote:
While Gavin talked with Zero, Thelos stood in the back and wrung his hands. He was just as uncomfortable, and really didn't know how to handle everything that had happened in the bast ten minutes or so.

He appreciated everything that Zero had done, but... how did someone even react to that? The Andorian walked up beside Gavin and gave him a strained smile. "Not what you expected... sorry."

Gavin smiled softly at Thelos, touching his fingertip along the Andorian's cheek. "No, it's not at all what I expected. But that doesn't mean I don't like the idea of it, love."

He turned back to Zero, shaking his head slightly. His grin had a touch of wistful sadness to it. "lunatic is actually an obscure colloquialism, referring to apocryphal stories of madness brought on by the phases of the moon, and to a lesser extent, the pull of tides. Medicine's come a long way since then, Zero. No, I don't think you're a lunatic. In fact, I think you're sweet for attempting to help us. It's...a big step. Huge. And not something I'm ready for."

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PostSubject: Re: Logical Deduction [Thelos/Zero]   Fri Mar 13, 2015 4:09 pm

Gavin Van Gelder wrote:
Gavin smiled softly at Thelos, touching his fingertip along the Andorian's cheek.  "No, it's not at all what I expected.  But that doesn't mean I don't like the idea of it, love."

He turned back to Zero, shaking his head slightly.  His grin had a touch of wistful sadness to it.  "lunatic is actually an obscure colloquialism, referring to apocryphal stories of madness brought on by the phases of the moon, and to a lesser extent, the pull of tides.  Medicine's come a long way since then, Zero.  No, I don't think you're a lunatic.  In fact, I think you're sweet for attempting to help us.  It's...a big step.  Huge.  And not something I'm ready for."

It was difficult for the Augment to keep up with Gavin. First he was shocked by it, then somewhat disapproving, now he considered it to be 'sweet'? She mentally shook her head, deciding to think through it further when she was on her own.

"It is not yet complete in any case," she replied, looking away from the couple. "I... I will place this project on hold until such a time that you feel that you may wish to use it."

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