Rainbow Snippet for 3-27-2021

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Taliya has bought a used space ship, had a few (mis)adventures with it, and has gone to look up an old friend from school for help. This picks up from last week’s snippet, in which Taliya filled Josul in on what’s been happening since she bought the ship.

Josul waved that away. “Easily fixed. It’ll take me less than an hour to reset your frequency to one that’s unassigned.”

“And you just happen to have a list of unassigned frequencies?”

“I might,” he replied, grinning. “You’ll need a whole new identity for the ship, though, and that will take a little longer – we’ll have to register it under its new name and identity signal, and rename your company. What is your company name, anyhow?”

“Cygnet Shipping.”

“Cygnet Shipping? Cute, Swann, real cute.”

Taliya shrugged, grinning. “It was that or Ugly Duckling Enterprises, and that just didn’t quite convey the image that I had in mind.”

 

 

 

 

 

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6 responses to “Rainbow Snippet for 3-27-2021

  1. Josul is a handy guy to have around! ❤️

  2. Ugly Duckling Enterprises….love that one. :)

  3. Cygnet Shipping is such an adorable name. Although, I am fond of Ugly Duckling Enterprises, too.

  4. Love the name of the shipping line

  5. Love the name of the shipping line

  6. Ugly Duckling Enterprises probably wouldn’t convey the best image, but it’s cute too.

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