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Break out the popcorn!

Sarah Hoyt has been doing GIF-posts on her blog (okay, that’s just the second, so “has been doing” might be a bit of an exaggeration), as commentary on the teapot-tempests resulting from feminists attempting to use hysteria as a tactical … Continue reading

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For people who don’t like math, “formulas” are dreaded, nonsensical incantations full of letters and symbols that make little sense. In other contexts, “formulaic” is an insult – for instance, in storytelling both literary and visual, it usually means cliched … Continue reading

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Go Read This

Sarah A. Hoyt has something important to say regarding corporations and government. Go read it.

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Book Review – The Man Who Was Thursday, A Nightmare

My first foray into the works of G.K. Chesterton, The Man Who Was Thursday was an interesting and somewhat suspenseful read at times; at other points it was a bit predictable, because the characters weren’t allowed to put two and … Continue reading

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Book Review – John Carter Trilogy

I have something of a taste for historical fiction, although one wouldn’t know it from reading my high school book reports – I contorted every which way in a desperate attempt to avoid reading anything resembling a classic novel, with … Continue reading

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