The difference between a sword and an Olympic weight bar is primarily in the forearms. And the upper arms. And the hips. Actually, an Olympic weight bar is not at all like a sword, but that hasn’t stopped me yet.
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Against Peregrine’s protests, in violation of Raptor protocol, and despite Washi’s best efforts to bribe the Pads’ Stratoskipper jocks, the pair were given exactly enough time for a hot meal and lukewarm shower. They had markedly less time than needed to parse the three bulging folders of intel Desham threw down as they ate, and no […]
(This worldbuilding article is a companion piece to my new serial, Bird’s Eye View. Episode 1 is Here) In the early days on Savar (so the stories all begin), Tarse was nothing special. Founded on the smallest continent, surrounded by a web of islands all too tiny to hold or sustain anything bigger than a village and holding […]
If you’re tired because you’ve made a deliberate decision to push yourself too hard, do you still get to gripe about it? These are the questions philosophers need to answer. Oh, they have? I see. In spite of my exhaustion today (practice may kill me yet), I’ve made an excellent start on Bird’s Eye View […]
You’ve seen the trend, even if you haven’t recognized that it’s a trend. Conspiracy theories that Finding Nemo was actually about Marlin getting over the death of his son, or that Harry hallucinated his entire adventure from his first year at Hogwarts to Voldemort’s final defeat. I recently had a peculiar experience in the comments of […]
“It’s the opinion of this board that Savar possesses sufficient mineral resources to justify a mining expedition. However, we cannot emphasize enough that the planet has neither the environment to support a full colony, nor the potential to merit developing such an environment. We strongly encourage the Federal Interstellar Bureau to reconsider its stated intentions, as […]