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implications abound, rebound. so dance on their mound. next step wherever you could not guess. be grateful. cut up… https://t.co/31tjXAegVf
often thinking: don't think too much. stop. it's gonna explode.
@thestrangekingx far as i recall, there's a few pages about it at the end of Frater UD's High Magic I, in a chapter… https://t.co/gqZIxXpIlU
loved his Time Loops. this interview raises a lot of interesting points, and long self is effective shorthand for 4… https://t.co/7yE6J5HHwL
racing to the antipodes of your biases only resulted in a mirror set of the same, and with nowhere left to run in the end
@ctrlcreep it immediately revealed a fleeting sensation of having played it, and having lost years doing so
@aamanlamba very apt choice, considering Haddock's persona and sorta redemptive story arc. thank you.
@aamanlamba if i might ask, who's the sailor with binoculars?
even back then it was partial, imperfect information: i’d go for life-affirming *whatever* any time. and yet, how d… https://t.co/FjbJ3YIkyv
@deepfates so far these papers are making for an interesting read. thank you for sharing.
and upon reentering the Realm, he saw the vultures looping back: he felt giddy, though, rather hysterical (op.cit.)… https://t.co/4hReqd5DXr
"on my windhorse, at sunrise, i come riding". that's the extent of what was said. i hope it suffices for a while.
@Future_Toronto more like you lie down in a field and you doze off then some noises wake you up and when you open y… https://t.co/dGY4WDFSH7
imagine a world where trees moved at animal speed.
in the afterglow of retrospect, social media, and the porthole sadness they induce, were an error. every history is a history of errors.
the mind as a haunted house
as simple as lifting your eyes from the page.
"Research is almost always paid for by pharmaceutical companies. But studies done by industry are well known to hav… https://t.co/74PQLExIkc
the moment they realize you brought a doggie bag home https://t.co/QlrsncaRU9
the moment they realize you brought a doggie bag home https://t.co/QlrsncaRU9
thinking the same things all over forever was the past. now, move.
thinking the same things all over forever was the past. now, move.

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