"Unfortunately, Democrats are doing little to stop this crusade—"

"—people who like urban fantasy written in a rather jumpy unusual style will like this book—" thecityofroses.com/book

"It’s the woke way to summon a barbarian horde—"

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You enter a musty, blue-green room. There is a ROCKING CHAIR by the door. You see a DOOR HINGE here, in the window. There is a MONK here, summoning Cthulhu.

Exits: EAST NORTH
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"The Hum was first documented in the late 1960s, around Bristol, England. It first appeared in the United States in the late 1980s, in Taos, New Mexico."

"The characters are both subtly human and bold rock-opera caricatures and why do they both work—"
thecityofroses.com/chapbooks/e

"Its porch is of white bronze and its threshold of copper, and of the wings of white-yellow birds is its thatch, I think."

"It also sounds like they took a whole bunch of people's statements and cobbled them together in such a way as to make it appear that the two fake or prior police officers were specifically not at fault and that nothing illegal happened."

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Please consider the environment when making seasonal decor choices.

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if you think about it the Tower of Babel is about how even God is terrified of what the workers united can build

"She discovered dinosaur shit, goddammit."

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If you were play in an espionage #ttrpg set in the early 80s, as seen from the late 70s, inspired in part by Bionic Woman, In Search of…, Charlie's Angels, and Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous, what fantastic gadgetry would you want your character to have?

@Epidiah A corded pushbutton phone in my car. An LED wristwatch with a coil of monofilament I can use to either swashbuckle or garotte, depending. Deadly fountain pens.

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♻ RT @crimethinc@twitter.com:

Nine years ago today, the #Occupy movement initiated the occupation of Zuccotti Park—an ambitious experiment in self-organization.

This was a crucial breaking point at which a critical mass of people realized that capitalism is never going to benefit most of us.

A short thread.

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Military people never seem to apologize for killing each other yet novelists feel ashamed for writing some nice inert paper book that is not certain to be read by anybody.' — Leonora Carrington

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