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07 Oct 2012 19:49 #28950 by The Highlander
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How did your first meet your boyfriend, and what was his reaction when he found out about your powers?

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07 Oct 2012 21:34 #28953 by Camille Jones
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The Highlander wrote: How did your first meet your boyfriend, and what was his reaction when he found out about your powers?


Actually, I first met him in the chatroom. One day I asked him if he wanted to hang out and he said yes so I just flew over to him and we've been together ever since.

His reaction was quite well considering he already knew about my powers and he has more know-how on being a supergirl. So those two details made it easier for the both of us.

You'd think that superspeed would make me more punctual, huh?

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08 Oct 2012 17:52 #28962 by The Highlander
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The Highlander wrote: How did your first meet your boyfriend, and what was his reaction when he found out about your powers?


Actually, I first met him in the chatroom. One day I asked him if he wanted to hang out and he said yes so I just flew over to him and we've been together ever since.

His reaction was quite well considering he already knew about my powers and he has more know-how on being a supergirl. So those two details made it easier for the both of us.


Ah, that's probably a good idea (no fretting over when to tell him your secret), and after all being able to fly makes a long distance relationship much easier.

Have you had a lot of request from scientists and engineers to help out with their projects? I'm sure you'd be a great help to anyone interested in nearby planets or the bottom of the ocean, and there are plenty of people who would love to be able to lift incredibly heavy objects to any height without the need for cranes. Possible future occupation?

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08 Oct 2012 23:42 #28969 by Camille Jones
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The Highlander wrote: How did your first meet your boyfriend, and what was his reaction when he found out about your powers?


Actually, I first met him in the chatroom. One day I asked him if he wanted to hang out and he said yes so I just flew over to him and we've been together ever since.

His reaction was quite well considering he already knew about my powers and he has more know-how on being a supergirl. So those two details made it easier for the both of us.


Ah, that's probably a good idea (no fretting over when to tell him your secret), and after all being able to fly makes a long distance relationship much easier.

Have you had a lot of request from scientists and engineers to help out with their projects? I'm sure you'd be a great help to anyone interested in nearby planets or the bottom of the ocean, and there are plenty of people who would love to be able to lift incredibly heavy objects to any height without the need for cranes. Possible future occupation?


Yeah I can make it there and back to his house in about an hour, faster if I feel like breaking the sound barrier a few times over.

Ummm, actually no I haven't gotten any requests for any help from scientists but I might change that soon enough. It could be a very fun gig but I wouldn't want to make a career out of it. Though I'm sure if there were a few scientists around here they might ask me soon enough.

You'd think that superspeed would make me more punctual, huh?

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11 Oct 2012 03:04 - 11 Oct 2012 03:05 #29010 by Markiehoe
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Has your brain power increased? Can you do complex math "in your head?" Do you now have a photographic memory?
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11 Oct 2012 04:40 #29011 by Camille Jones
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Markiehoe wrote: Has your brain power increased? Can you do complex math "in your head?" Do you now have a photographic memory?


Quite so actually.

I have photographic memory and I'm able to recall anything I've read over once. I've been able to do some complex arithmetic as well, often doing various equations in my head, sometimes doing a few at the same time.

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13 Oct 2012 11:36 #29031 by SHTL
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waiting and hoping for a very soon post of part III of "A day in army"...

Super human teen girl, super strong and unbreakable, with very bad attitude :)

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13 Oct 2012 14:15 #29035 by Camille Jones
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superhumanteenlover wrote: waiting and hoping for a very soon post of part III of "A day in army"...


This one is gonna take a bit because I wanna make sure it is good. So it might not be a while til you get part III.

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13 Oct 2012 17:48 #29037 by bigbrian
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has there been any side effects since you got your powers? also any costume update?

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13 Oct 2012 20:34 #29042 by Camille Jones
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bigbrian wrote: has there been any side effects since you got your powers? also any costume update?


Hmm, none that I know off other than people staring at me whenever I'm in the same room. I mot even doing anything or wearing anything revealing but I see the males, and some females, give me glances or stares every now and then. It's kinda uncomfortable over time, especially since I want to blend in from time to time. But I do notice that the more they see me, the less they are likely to gawk.

Other than that, there are no physical side-effects that I have observed or notice.

As far as the costume goes, it's still a secret but I will describe it in detail in Chapter III. I just have a backlog of things to do on my end. Give me some time on that guys.

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14 Oct 2012 21:14 - 14 Oct 2012 21:32 #29052 by supian
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Hi Camille, any chance you can get over to L.A. and carry the space shuttle to it's new home? It's costing 10 million bucks to move it, but is only 170,000 pounds in weight - 75 tons is impressive - can you help out? :)
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15 Oct 2012 16:53 #29068 by Camille Jones
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supian wrote: Hi Camille, any chance you can get over to L.A. and carry the space shuttle to it's new home? It's costing 10 million bucks to move it, but is only 170,000 pounds in weight - 75 tons is impressive - can you help out? :)



Yeah sure, I just gotta throw on a blond wig and wear dark clothes before I go out and help them with that. The weight is obviously not a problem, I just gotta be careful and not let the flatbed frame buckle underneath my grip. But I'll be sure to take it to it's new home in the fraction of the cost.

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18 Oct 2012 22:01 #29107 by The Highlander
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Camille Jones wrote: Ummm, actually no I haven't gotten any requests for any help from scientists but I might change that soon enough. It could be a very fun gig but I wouldn't want to make a career out of it. Though I'm sure if there were a few scientists around here they might ask me soon enough.


I suspect you will get quite a lot of requests following your demonstration to the military, there'll be plenty of scientists who would love to work with such an amazing (and beautiful) woman as you.

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bigbrian wrote: has there been any side effects since you got your powers? also any costume update?


Hmm, none that I know off other than people staring at me whenever I'm in the same room. I mot even doing anything or wearing anything revealing but I see the males, and some females, give me glances or stares every now and then. It's kinda uncomfortable over time, especially since I want to blend in from time to time. But I do notice that the more they see me, the less they are likely to gawk.

Other than that, there are no physical side-effects that I have observed or notice.


Well you could add all the damage to your surroundings, broken computers and ruined clothes, that's been a side effect of your powers especially while you were learning to control them.

How do your enhanced reactions fit into ordinary life? Do you perceive time as moving incredibly slowly, or does this only activate when necessary (such as when you spot a threat). Also, have you ever tried to measure your new reaction time?

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20 Oct 2012 04:12 #29115 by Camille Jones
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The Highlander wrote: I suspect you will get quite a lot of requests following your demonstration to the military, there'll be plenty of scientists who would love to work with such an amazing (and beautiful) woman as you.


Awww, thank you very much Highlander. And I think that may happen afterwards, though that just means it makes me a rather busy supergirl lol!

Well you could add all the damage to your surroundings, broken computers and ruined clothes, that's been a side effect of your powers especially while you were learning to control them.

How do your enhanced reactions fit into ordinary life? Do you perceive time as moving incredibly slowly, or does this only activate when necessary (such as when you spot a threat). Also, have you ever tried to measure your new reaction time?



I did omit the accidental damage, but yeah that might've been the side effects. However, I have much better control over my powers than I did before.

As for my reaction timing, it only activates when necessary like when I 'feel' a threat or I'm intently focused on it. The way I 'feel' it is kinda different. Considering that I have very hyper-sensitive senses, I can feel the minute movement of the air as if it was a rush of wind. That causes my reaction timing to slow down to perceive the threat and process all that information before I can react to it. My powerful eyes, ears and nose can also help initiate that process as well.

Actually, my first actual test on that is in Chapter III and more on that will be described there in detail. The other methods I've tried is on this light-up practice dummy at this martial arts dojo I've been frequenting. Naturally, I don't use anything close to a fraction of my strength (though the sparring partners are a bit hesitant to spar with me because of how hard I hit). Basically, there are about 9 lights in total, and they light up by random. That exercise is for me to hit the illuminated pads the very moment the light comes on.

Other than that, practicing combinations and other hitting techniques with my sparring partners are other ways since they like try and throw me off with a random kick here and there.

You'd think that superspeed would make me more punctual, huh?

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20 Oct 2012 14:44 #29116 by The Highlander
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Camille Jones wrote:

The Highlander wrote: I suspect you will get quite a lot of requests following your demonstration to the military, there'll be plenty of scientists who would love to work with such an amazing (and beautiful) woman as you.


Awww, thank you very much Highlander. And I think that may happen afterwards, though that just means it makes me a rather busy supergirl lol!

Well you could add all the damage to your surroundings, broken computers and ruined clothes, that's been a side effect of your powers especially while you were learning to control them.

How do your enhanced reactions fit into ordinary life? Do you perceive time as moving incredibly slowly, or does this only activate when necessary (such as when you spot a threat). Also, have you ever tried to measure your new reaction time?



I did omit the accidental damage, but yeah that might've been the side effects. However, I have much better control over my powers than I did before.

As for my reaction timing, it only activates when necessary like when I 'feel' a threat or I'm intently focused on it. The way I 'feel' it is kinda different. Considering that I have very hyper-sensitive senses, I can feel the minute movement of the air as if it was a rush of wind. That causes my reaction timing to slow down to perceive the threat and process all that information before I can react to it. My powerful eyes, ears and nose can also help initiate that process as well.

Actually, my first actual test on that is in Chapter III and more on that will be described there in detail. The other methods I've tried is on this light-up practice dummy at this martial arts dojo I've been frequenting. Naturally, I don't use anything close to a fraction of my strength (though the sparring partners are a bit hesitant to spar with me because of how hard I hit). Basically, there are about 9 lights in total, and they light up by random. That exercise is for me to hit the illuminated pads the very moment the light comes on.

Other than that, practicing combinations and other hitting techniques with my sparring partners are other ways since they like try and throw me off with a random kick here and there.


I figured it worked something like that, otherwise it would make it rather hard for you to interact with 'normal' people!

I've surprised to hear that you go to a martial arts group, what type to you do? It must be fairly frustrating to everyone else there to see you breezing though the warm-ups, and given how fast you can move I wouldn't have thought that sparing a normal person or hitting a practice dummy would provide you with much of a challenge.

In any case, I've been going to a Korean Kickboxing class for the last few years up in Scotland so if you want to try a new opponent fell free to pay a visit, although I can't promise you much of a match. You might be better off sparing some of the girls in the class, they're very fast!

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21 Oct 2012 04:03 #29129 by Camille Jones
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I figured it worked something like that, otherwise it would make it rather hard for you to interact with 'normal' people!

I've surprised to hear that you go to a martial arts group, what type to you do? It must be fairly frustrating to everyone else there to see you breezing though the warm-ups, and given how fast you can move I wouldn't have thought that sparing a normal person or hitting a practice dummy would provide you with much of a challenge.

In any case, I've been going to a Korean Kickboxing class for the last few years up in Scotland so if you want to try a new opponent fell free to pay a visit, although I can't promise you much of a match. You might be better off sparing some of the girls in the class, they're very fast!


I do vary practice various styles in order not to limit myself, so I guess I incorporate a more natural style that augments a bit of everything. However, I also practice Boxing, Brazilian Jujitsu and Capoeira. I mainly practice those styles since they offer a bit of what I am trying to accomplish. Boxing is used mainly to learn how to strike and for technique so I can hit someone without inflicting too much injury. Brazilian Jujitsu if I want to subdue someone without laying a blow and Caopeira for flexibility and rhythm.

Hmm, I might take you up on that pending that I'm not busy, but school and work and writing is taking up much of my time hun.

You'd think that superspeed would make me more punctual, huh?
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22 Oct 2012 19:12 #29143 by The Highlander
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Camille Jones wrote: I do vary practice various styles in order not to limit myself, so I guess I incorporate a more natural style that augments a bit of everything. However, I also practice Boxing, Brazilian Jujitsu and Capoeira. I mainly practice those styles since they offer a bit of what I am trying to accomplish. Boxing is used mainly to learn how to strike and for technique so I can hit someone without inflicting too much injury. Brazilian Jujitsu if I want to subdue someone without laying a blow and Caopeira for flexibility and rhythm.

Hmm, I might take you up on that pending that I'm not busy, but school and work and writing is taking up much of my time hun.


Interesting collection of styles, I'm afraid I'm not familiar with any of them (apart from boxing of course) but I'm sure it all helps you out. In any case, I bet you went thought quite a lot of punching bags when you first started!

Feel free to pop up for a visit, it's just a short detour next time you're visiting Germany. Maybe you could go for a swim in Loch Ness and see if you can find the monster, shouldn't take you too long!

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23 Oct 2012 14:28 #29154 by Camille Jones
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Camille Jones wrote: I do vary practice various styles in order not to limit myself, so I guess I incorporate a more natural style that augments a bit of everything. However, I also practice Boxing, Brazilian Jujitsu and Capoeira. I mainly practice those styles since they offer a bit of what I am trying to accomplish. Boxing is used mainly to learn how to strike and for technique so I can hit someone without inflicting too much injury. Brazilian Jujitsu if I want to subdue someone without laying a blow and Caopeira for flexibility and rhythm.

Hmm, I might take you up on that pending that I'm not busy, but school and work and writing is taking up much of my time hun.


Interesting collection of styles, I'm afraid I'm not familiar with any of them (apart from boxing of course) but I'm sure it all helps you out. In any case, I bet you went thought quite a lot of punching bags when you first started!

Feel free to pop up for a visit, it's just a short detour next time you're visiting Germany. Maybe you could go for a swim in Loch Ness and see if you can find the monster, shouldn't take you too long!


You know what, I might take you up on that in the near future. Finding out if Nessie actually exists or not sounds like it'll be a fun little adventure in itself.

You'd think that superspeed would make me more punctual, huh?
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30 Oct 2012 01:40 #29210 by Camille Jones
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ATTN Everyone:


Fats gave me my own section, titled Camille's Corner! So from now on, you'll find this thread in the "My Diary" Section. There is also a separate section for when I post my stories up so subscribe to that one too. As of right now, I'm still working on Chapter 3. I can't give you guys a confirmed date but I promise that I'll be good, if not, the longest.


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03 Nov 2012 20:56 #29247 by The Highlander
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Camille Jones wrote:

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Camille Jones wrote: I do vary practice various styles in order not to limit myself, so I guess I incorporate a more natural style that augments a bit of everything. However, I also practice Boxing, Brazilian Jujitsu and Capoeira. I mainly practice those styles since they offer a bit of what I am trying to accomplish. Boxing is used mainly to learn how to strike and for technique so I can hit someone without inflicting too much injury. Brazilian Jujitsu if I want to subdue someone without laying a blow and Caopeira for flexibility and rhythm.

Hmm, I might take you up on that pending that I'm not busy, but school and work and writing is taking up much of my time hun.


Interesting collection of styles, I'm afraid I'm not familiar with any of them (apart from boxing of course) but I'm sure it all helps you out. In any case, I bet you went thought quite a lot of punching bags when you first started!

Feel free to pop up for a visit, it's just a short detour next time you're visiting Germany. Maybe you could go for a swim in Loch Ness and see if you can find the monster, shouldn't take you too long!


You know what, I might take you up on that in the near future. Finding out if Nessie actually exists or not sounds like it'll be a fun little adventure in itself.


I'd love to hear about that, although if you do find her then try not to scare her away, the truest like looking for her as well!

Something else I was wondering, how precise is your telekinesis? Could you for example take a clock apart and reassemble it with just your mind?

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