First we discovered the Willy Maloon category. Then we discovered Willy himself. Then we data-researched, and postulated a theory. Everything was easy, until it came to the question of proof. [mehr][weniger]
Sir Charles Cotterell (1615–1701), was an English courtier and translator.
Cotterell was knighted in 1644 and appointed master of ceremonies to the court of King Charles I in 1641 a post he held until the execution of Charles in 1649. During the first years of the English Interregnum from 1649 until 1652 he resided in Antwerp. From 1652 until 1654 he was steward at the Hague to Elizabeth, Queen of Bohemia. In 1655 he entered the service of Henry, Duke of Gloucester as secretary a post he held until the Restoration in 1660. In 1660 he was appointed master of ceremonies under Charles II a position he held until 1686. In 1670 he was appointed master of requests a position he also held until 1686 [mehr][weniger]
And he did. It must have been just after Ollie Hadaway lost control of his tug. It had been headed in the direction of a rather large asteroid. Ollie had tried to unjumble the steering jets, but he couldn't, so he bailed out and was picked up a little later. The tug went on and shattered on the surface of the asteroid. Then later, Willy, at my directions, investigated the accident, examined the tug, and wrote up an accident report on it. And the inspection part of it must have gone something like this: [mehr][weniger]