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T2- Rising Storm (S.M. Stirling), T2 part 2



The war between man and machine begins,But you don’t need to wait till the apocalypse to rock to your favorite jams.
As not-seen-on-tv, Harper Entertainment presents a special 2002 throwback collection: all the greatest hits of the Terminator saga all in one place! T2: Rising Storm features the best in contemporary junk sci-fi with hits from S.M. Stirling, and homage paid back to James Cameron and William wisher, key-masters of the Terminator universe!
Bringing back hits from the 80′s and 90′s, T2: Rising Storm includes classics such as:
  • No fate but that we make.
  • You sent your dad from the Future to save your mom and impregnate her before dying so you can be born so you can send your dad back into the past to impregnate your mom….. how does that work again?
  • Run Run Run Run Run, Locate bigger firepower! Run Run….
  • Your face is blown halfway off, and I can see your metal skull
  • Life is like a dark highway..
Also included are new and improved Terminator universe hits, remastered and returned to the public in high definition:
  • Your voice sounds like someone I know but I shouldn’t trust you because you might be a robot.
  • My mother’s in a psych-ward and I’m chillin’ with Conan the Barbarian.
  • I hang out with my mom a lot not because I want to but because I don’t have any friends.
But that’s not all. There’s more! New material is available. New, never before released and right at your finger tips in this collected masterwork:
  • John Connor gets a girlfriend and Mom doesn’t like her.
  • Oh NOES! Robot controlled killer seals!
  • And more!
Don’t pass this deal by!
Order now while supplies last! The first five hundred orders will include a home Terminator in your choice of three different colors. (Introductory participation plan expires in 2002, Check local laws and statutes regarding ownership of future robotic hunter/killer devices.

  • Pages: 544
  • Publisher: Harper Voyager (2003)
  • ISBN-10: 038080817X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0380808175

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