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Doll series: Erinyes [ jlake.com | LiveJournal ]
Not Free SF Reader reviews Green [ Amazon ] — Money shot: A very well-written more traditional fantasy--although featuring female oppression and punishment by females in the majority--from Lake, that I liked a lot more than I thought I would.
Rich Horton talks about novellas, including "America, Such as She Is"
charlesatan has nice things to say about my current piece in his new review of Lone Star Stories 31
Three Panel Soul on angels — This is cool.
Shorpy teaches me a new word — "Hennery."
Jonathan Strahan announces the table of contents for The New Space Opera Two — I'm still quite tickled about this.
The Edge of the American West with a "big bowl of wrong" — Sesame Street like you never remembered it. Hahahah.
Did the founder of the antivax movement fake autism-vaccine link? — As long-time readers of this blog know, I consider vaccination protest to be both child abuse and social parasitism. My general sense that you have the right to believe whatever you want no matter how wrong it may be is utterly trumped by the clear-cut public health risks and child endangerment aspects of this movement. The evidence simply isn't there, and hasn't ever been. According to this story, the main study the anitvax movement anchors itself on now appears to possibly have been faked.
What Could Have Been: Frank Lloyd Wright's Plan for Greater Baghdad — (Thanks to danjite.)
The Fighting Conciliator — WaPo on Obama, the GOP and the stimulus bill. ...Washington conservatives, insisting that tax cuts are the one and only important matter in American life, are stuck in a 1980s time warp. And good for the president, for pointing out a basic fact that Your Liberal Media has virtually ignored — the policies insisted on by Senate Republicans to fix this mess are exactly the same policies that got us into this mess.
?otD: Where does the rain go when the sky is done with it?
Body movement: 40 minute stationary bike ride
This morning's weigh-in: 219.6
Currently reading: The Confidence-Man: His Masquerade by Herman Melville
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