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George Potter

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The Laws Of Futility
« on: July 07, 2005, 02:59:39 pm »

THE LAWS OF FUTILITY

by George Potter



Part ONE: State Of The Union

1. Home To Roost

2. Killparty

3. A Meeting, Interrupted

4. The Long Night

5. The Address, And After

Interlude: Supply Side



Part TWO: In The Course

6. Friday Evening, Dallas

7. Sacrifice

8. A Meeting, Finished

9. The Wedding Party

10. Declaration

Interlude: Consumer Reaction



Part THREE: Human Events

11. New York Minute

12. The Lamb Rose

13. A resignation, A realization

14. First Strike

15. Small Victories

Interlude: Venture Capital



Part FOUR: Lives, Fortunes, Sacred Honor

16. Crazy

17. Reroute

18. Diplomacy

19. Scorched Earth

20. Impasse

Interlude: Market Share



Part FIVE: Requiem

21. Second Front

22. Retreat

23. Tactical Decision

24. Last Chance

25. Broken Laws

Epilouge: "You'll Know Them By Their Eyes..."





*Subject to minor changes -- my outline averages about 500 words of synopsis per chapter.*
 
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Sharon A

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« Reply #1 on: July 07, 2005, 04:30:23 pm »

Yeah!  **grabs popcorn and gets ready to enjoy reading**
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« Reply #2 on: July 09, 2005, 01:46:40 pm »

Oh, yeah! Definitely!!!!

I've been staying out of Writers Block during the week. Too much &^%$#@ing temptation! So I wander in today ... and here's a present waiting ... Whooohooo!!!!!
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