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Here's a novel I wrote about ten years ago and haven't published until now. It's kind of dark anime science fiction, with a lot of catgirls, gangsters, sex, drugs, and religion. Please boost it. shiningpathbook.com/

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So, which one of you is the serval and which one is the bag?

Doing something today that's been on my to-do list for a while: I'm going through my list of followers and following many of them.

I've heard a lot of desire expressed for "a reckoning," and I've said that sometimes myself; but what would the reckoning actually look like and is it something we can really expect? Should we even want it? ansuz.sooke.bc.ca/entry/363

I'd been eating these crackers for decades before I figured out what they're supposed to look like.

We better get ready for another wave of Twitter refugees...

"Catgirl trucker takes you on a cursed roadtrip and slowly descends into madness" youtube.com/watch?v=Xb3xDWICgl

I'm scanning my old floppy disks for archiving. Found a file of BBS messages I exchanged with my crush 28 years ago. Re-reading that, was a mistake.

when you hear The Animals doing House of the Rising Sun you imagine some grizzled old guys sitting in a smoky bar. when you see The Animals doing House of the Rising Sun they look like a bunch of 15-year-olds wearing their dads' suits for the school talent competition

Every time you clowns spell it "beastiality" a pony loses her wings

I kind of want to comment on the fact that they're posting their earnest denouncements of "misogynist" guitar pedal names on a site that is literally named "Muffwiggler," but I also don't want to reopen that discussion.

"Scott Alexander" has taken his Web log Slate Star Codex offline in response to a credible risk that the New York Times intends to break his anonymity. I've been hearing rumours about this matter for the last week or so, but didn't want to comment while they were only rumours. Well, now they're more. slatestarcodex.com/2020/06/22/

TFW you run out of convenience stores, so you're headed to the eraser.

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