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Re: Jólabókaflóð

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Post by smol Kat » Wed Dec 27, 2017 1:15 pm

no don't be silly that's Terrato because apparently that's how you shorten things when you have a character limit
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Re: Jólabókaflóð

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Post by Heroine of the Dragon » Fri Dec 07, 2018 2:27 am

It's time to think about Jólabókaflóð again!! I have my book and chocolate under the tree ready... are you interested in this awesome tradition this year? :D
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Re: Jólabókaflóð

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Post by Booyakasha » Fri Dec 07, 2018 5:50 pm

I think people should give each other copies of 'Big Man Plans', and 'The Rediscovery of Man'. 'Rediscovery of Man' is really goldang weird. The stories are all interconnected, and each one goes further afield than the one before. Like, reading it makes me feel funny inside, and I'm not sure I'm actually okay with it.

[EDIT: I mean, 'Rediscovery of Man' is good, but strange. It's nutzoid. This Cordwainer Smith goes really into bizarro-land. Like, past Lovecraft, past Ellison, past Asimov and all. The cat was way, way ahead of his time, man.
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