Heroic protagonist. Opponent of all things evil, except for adultery. Oh, and a certain amount of buggery. Anointed in a secret ceremony as leader of the Welsh.
Pierced through the heart with a stem of mistletoe (golden bough) as Democrats seized control of the North American Congress, driving up the value of the Euro.
Hobbies: sarcasm, character-assassination, and ... more »
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Comments about Jack Aubrey
Why must I choose
Between the axes?
I sketch a line, indeterminate -
Those who win, those who lose,
Pay value-added taxes -
Those who only serve and wait
Will graph their lives, bewail their fate.
You poets, buy your ammunition
Before the wars begin again;
Move to remote Montanan mountains
With a shotgun, and a Plan.
Those who only stand and serve
Will get the justice they deserve.