I never wanted to live in the plot of a dystopian present, but as those stones sang (a song swiped by the Orange Chupacabra), I'm not getting what I want. For weeks Jon Becker pined for the day https://twitter.com/jonbecker/status/775453856935337984 The day looked, sounded like the previous, but we've learned finally to question ...

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This one issue 2016 comic novel has zero value, it will be lost behind the couch, forgotten, and tossed into the recycling bin. We have had enough of mythical creatures, right? Enough? What is El Orange Chupacabra? Check WikiFibia: El orange chupacabra or (English pronunciation: , literally "attention-sucker"; from "chupar", "to suck", ...

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This could not be a more cool surprise to see in my twitters this morning, on all days, one of uncertainty. https://twitter.com/BryanMMathers/status/796013915251429376 This I am certain of, though, I am so fortunate to have someone like Bryan Mathers in my network, yet another internet friend I have yet to meet. I recall seeing ...

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Some stories, films end so neatly, clearly understandable, leaving me not much to wonder. Others are so dense, artsy, deep, complex, that I'm left stunned, shrug, and move on. Between these two sides of a canyon, is a valley where the story does not wrap so neatly, but leaves the brain ...

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Yes, our American fascination with our gas churning cars may be a tad vulgar. But they are engrained in our culture. Leave it to my Iranian born American raised blogging friend Jabiz, now living in Singapore, to inspire this post with his A History of Cars. If you read between the ...

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