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Weekly Linkage: Harlem Shake

This is what happens when Greg asks, “What’s the Harlem Shake?”

I just about feel off the couch. Especially when I realized at about 2:40 that that’s a DVD in his belt, not a buckle.

Greg may never ask me another dancing-related question ever again.

A few other nuggets:

And one more awesome (no, really) video: Splinter Cell: Lightbulb Assassin:
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Weekly Linkage: Planets, EDs, and Blood Donations

This past week(…s)’s internet surfin’:

Weekly Linkage: Games, Books, and People

This week’s internet cruising:

Chapter 12 of Witches Posted

From her spaying in 2008.
From her spaying back in 2008.
Happy Friday! I present to you Chapter 12 of the Witches of Ming Ung, “Making Peace“:

Hardi scoffed. “Give it up. Give us the antidote. They’ll get you eventually, and another ten thousand people might be dead in the meantime.”

His jaw set, but he didn’t say anything.

“I’ve got a deal for you…” taunted Hardi.

I want to go home and play with my computer now.

New TC story: “White Hat”

Happy Saturday! I have a new Transhuman Congress story, “White Hat” posted, in which a hopefully-suspiciously-familiar character is introduced. It directly follows “Spiral’s End” in Lina’s arc.
In which Jackie cocks a paw up in the air and snoozes.

“Who are you, Jayden?” we asked.

He giggled, then stopped suddenly and said in a hoarse whisper, “I’m not who I should be. Instead of being born the wrong person, I was born not anyone. Just like an artie.”

We weren’t sure what to say to that. Anima sat down cross-legged on the floor. “What do you do?”

He glanced up at Lonnie, then back down at us. “I do what I must, what I have to, what I shouldn’t.”

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