New Page 13: No

New Page #13!

Continuing the topic of the villainous William Cunningham, Boston 1775 posted another great article about the man behind the myth. I know this will make more than a few of you angry but… William Cunningham: Son of Liberty? Read it to believe it!

Boston 1775’s blogger J.L. Bell got a kick out of the antics surrounding Cunningham here on The Dreamer blog, and the heated emotions the hated Provost Marshal still manages to conjure, 200 years later. Bell quotes our own Caera, Susan and David here!

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56 Responses to New Page 13: No

  1. Caera says:

    Ahh, like I said, there will still be a “discussion” with her parents—that is if Bea doesn’t take all those pills at once and wake up in the hospital with a shrink waiting to “discuss” her dreams and “attempted suicide.” Bea—don’t take more than one. Heck, I took ONE and it didn’t kick in until 14 hours later and I was STONED beyond belief. I threw out my prescription after that.

    The VI: Ok, here I go, full out panic attack. *falls out of chair gasping and twitching* Poor, poor Nathan. :(

    I’m going to have to read that blog now. Surely you are joking!

    • David says:

      I just read it. Maybe Cunningham was actually spying on the Patriots for the British and pretended to be a Patriot by taking part in their activities?

      Also, wouldn’t it be a neat twist if the Bea that woke up in the hospital wasn’t the same one that took the sleeping pills in the first place, if you know what I mean?

  2. Yikes!! I always hate the “Your father and I are going to have a little talk with you later” announcement. Pop those pills, Bea!

  3. Amber says:

    *am speechless*
    Nathan! *hugs*
    Bea: Take the pills!

  4. Susan says:

    Beatrice Whaley your typical teenage girl with a bright future ahead of her, turned prescription drug addict…in an attempt to go back in time through her dreams to save Nathan Hale… Ok so maybe NOT your typical teenage girl!

  5. Melissa says:

    Bea, I feel for you, really, I do. But please… Don’t take all of those. or even one. Cut it in half or something. Or talk to your parents. It can’t be all bad. Oh, why do I bother. No one ever listens to me. I told that girl not to open the door, and what did she do? Got herself killed because she just had to open the door.

    VI: I am so speachless and heartbroken! Nathan! I just want to give him a big hug and … :'(

  6. HJ says:

    Wrong form of “your” in the second panel…

  7. nessili says:

    Though I suppose if she does end up in the hospital/in a coma, that would keep her in the past for the foreseeable future…

  8. Brent says:

    Ohhhhh, that’s so not good. Bea, you really wanna be careful here. Too few pills do nothing, too many hospitalize you, and too too many kill you…..though given her “condition, I’m not sure if that’s helpful or not. After all, as one guy said, “To die…..to sleep. To sleep, perchance to dream…”

    INCENTIVE CAPTION!!!

    Nathan: “Oh, God…..I should have known that Cunningham was from Spain, but who would have expected that?”
    Cunningham (next door): “Nobody, that’s who!”

  9. Typo says:

    The word “your” is spelled incorrectly.

    Incorrect spelling is marring.

  10. Jen says:

    Uh oh. I have a feeling Bea’s gonna pop all four of those pills and end up in a coma. I wonder how her 1776 life will fair if she can’t “sleep” in that timeline. But I also worry because, well, she’s got four sleeping pills in her hand that she’s determined to take.

    Also, VI – I want to time travel and give Nathan a hug.

    • Julie says:

      Ooo! What if being in a coma in the present means that she only “sees” blackness and maybes hears the voices of her loved ones visiting her whenever she sleeps in 1776…That would be unsettling, I’d bet. o_O

      • Dana says:

        Kind of like in the webcomic “Dreamless”?

      • David says:

        Do you mean to say she’d be hearing the voices of present-day people in her head while she’s up and about in the 18th century? That WOULD be a problem. Especially if it’s the original 18th century Bea that’s hearing the voices! She wouldn’t know what’s going on and think she’s gone crazy or been bewitched!

        • Caera says:

          Schizophrenia explained.

          • David says:

            Maybe Bea’s “condition” is more common than we thought? If so, it could be the basis for numerous cases of “mental illness”. Heck, for all we know King George the 3rd was also a “Dreamer” and THIS is what eventually drove him mad. That doesn’t exactly speak well for Bea’s future, does it? :(

  11. Tigershark06 says:

    Man why do I think that she’s going to end up overdosing on these pills? She wants to go under fast – and she’ll probably take as many as she can to do just that.

    If she doesn’t end up “Stuck” in her dream – I wouldn’t be surprised. Coma…death…these are options I don’t wish to think about!

  12. Lora says:

    LOL. I’ll fix they typo, guys. No biggie.

    Thanks for the heads up.

  13. Regina says:

    Yeah, that doesn’t look good. There’s no way to explain that one, either. Hrm. Talk about being painted into a corner.

  14. Half Moon says:

    ………….nononononononononononononononononononononononononononononono! and that’s just the vi……..*joins Caera in fangirly panic*
    The page however…Why do I see her just downing the pills all at once and passing out?

  15. trevor says:

    Someone is going to need some serious counseling when this whole conversation is over. Just wait until your father gets home…

  16. Trickster says:

    Bea would make a good Winchester. Remember when Dean was like “need to talk with Death ASAP, k, let’s die!” and Death was like “gettin’ real tired of your shit Dean” (although Death is always like that :D)?

  17. Anonymouse says:

    By the way, the mid-right panel is drawl beautifully.