"K.L." story

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"K.L." story

Postby Guest » May 22nd, 2002, 7:33 pm

The story by "K.L." was very interesting. At the end he writes "Let me know if you want more." Richard, I can't wait for the next installment!

What prompted him to contribute to Genii? Was it the John Mulholland aritcle?

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Re: "K.L." story

Postby Richard Kaufman » May 22nd, 2002, 8:28 pm

I have no idea who "K.L." is, but it seemed interesting. I have yet to receive another installment, but one may show up in time for the August issue.
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Re: "K.L." story

Postby Guest » May 23rd, 2002, 7:13 am

I would also enjoy future installments. I'm not quite sure what it's leading up to, but it was intriguing so far.

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Re: "K.L." story

Postby Jim Maloney_dup1 » May 23rd, 2002, 7:25 am

I agree -- I just read the story last night. I want more!

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Re: "K.L." story

Postby Guest » May 24th, 2002, 3:02 am

The big question is who is K.L.? The only K.L. I can come up with off the top of my head is k.d. lang. It would explain how she seems to disappear from the public eye for years at a time.

:confused:

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Re: "K.L." story

Postby Guest » May 24th, 2002, 9:19 am

Haven't seen my Genii yet, so I don't know what the story is about. But, other KLs include
Kenny Loggins and Keye Luke.

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Re: "K.L." story

Postby Guest » May 25th, 2002, 9:09 am

I suspect you will all have to Keep Looking for a name.

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Re: "K.L." story

Postby Larry Horowitz » May 26th, 2002, 7:16 pm

Sorry to disagree with everyone, but I thought very little of the story. Read like it was written by a junior high school kid with an over active imagination.
At first I thought he was going somewhere with the magical moment. Then the story of his heroics kicked in and that was the end of the magic tie in.

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Re: "K.L." story

Postby Bill McFadden » May 26th, 2002, 9:24 pm

Right you are, Larry: heroics + deception. It's gotta be none other than Ken Lay! :eek: :rolleyes:

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Re: "K.L." story

Postby Guest » May 28th, 2002, 7:15 am

I'm another on the plus side for this unusual article. Whether truth or fiction, K.L.'s "stealth" techniques utterly fascinated me.

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Re: "K.L." story

Postby Matthew Field » May 28th, 2002, 9:32 am

You should have taken the hint from the "KM Move." K.L. must be a partnership of Ken Krenzel and Harry Lorayne. (Although if Harry were involved, it would doubtless be L.K.)

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