history, and "interesting times"
I keep thinking about how 19C historians described the Athenians with awe and respect, like "They invented democracy!" but then never mentioned all the horrible crap they did.
Somehow that seems salient these days.
I have the feeling we've passed beyond the line future historians will call "antebellum".
I was totally ready to assume it was some ridiculous anti-Biden counter-tour thing.
Hell, maybe it is anyway.
What even is a charter bus company, these days, if not a political statement in the form of graphic design pain?
It's not even November yet in my time zone but National Novel Generation Month (NaNoGenMo) has kicked off with a bang. I laughed pretty hard at this novel about a beleaguered teacher whose students keep interrupting them and throwing them off track of their lecture--
Development thread: https://github.com/NaNoGenMo/2021/issues/10#issuecomment-955937872
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damn. this nails it. https://thenewinquiry.com/the-year-of-magical-thinking/
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