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2020.08.15 18:43 Oculusfluffy Wan Pway? - by Oculus (xpost from fluffybooru) (Part 1)

Originally posted on: https://www.fluffybooru.com/post/view/57749
“Wan Pway?”
~Alternatively titled “Excerpts from the Diary of Tan Teck Sing, James~
~By Oculus~
Part 1
31 January 202X
I sometimes wonder why I write in diary. It seems like an incredibly effeminate thing to do, and it is not a fact that I share with just about anyone.
I started the practice of writing in a diary when I was doing National Service. For three long months I was away from home and family with no one to really confide in. While I got to know and adapt to platoon, I sort of resented them. Being a junior college graduate who enrolled later, I got stuck with the polytechnic and ITE graduates who were a very different crowd from who I knew, along with the dropouts
The idea of writing a journal entry isn't foreign to me. When I was in secondary school, I grew up on facebook, and then tumblr, before making a move to livejournal, which seemed cosier and less noticed. However, without access to internet, I had to make do with a physical book. Hiding my diary from the other recruits would be difficult and I was called ‘girly’ and ‘gay’ for doing so. To the best of my ability, I tried to make my posts as inoffensive as possible. Still, my diary got defaced and vandalised from time to time, but I stuck to it, having to constantly tear out the pages other people had written it.
Eventually, I was selected for training in the Officer Cadet School (OCS), where I was grouped with more like-minded fellows. Keeping a diary there was easier and by then, the diary I kept during that period was a lot cleaner and less affected than the one I had during BMT. I don't know if I lost or deliberately threw away my BMT diary, but I still have my OCS diary, to remind me of the year I spent training to be an officer.
This practice followed me into university. Even as I got more sociable and started hanging out with people, there were some thoughts and ideas that I just didn't feel ready to put into an online journal for all to see.
Looking back at how I was initially in the sciences, to switching to the humanities in junior college, my family balked at the idea. But I just love literature. And I love reading books. And the English language. As much as I came from an all-Chinese family, I was raised by my parents in English, and pretty much every facet of my life had been dominated by the English language. I am familiar with the businesses and people that want to push for a stronger Mandarin presence, owing to the influence of China and our Chinese majority, but to me, English is just the more comfortable and interesting language. I always harboured a dream of going to Oxford to study but, alas, my mediocre results meant that the best I could manage was an entry into the National University of Singapore, where I barely got a Bachelors in Literature.
It has been about two months since I've been teaching what is now my third class of students at this Primary school. I always wanted to be a teacher, and after being trained in MOE, I was finally allocated to one of the neighbourhood primary schools. (a guy I disliked from my adolescence who got to study abroad is currently teaching English at JC level, the lucky bastard)
Young children are a handful and are difficult to work with, but I try my best. The bigger problem these days seems to be the rise in autism - as each year goes by, there seems to be more children with high-functioning autism being in my classes. Dealing with them is a real test of my patience, and I sometimes wonder to myself why I am a teacher. But I try.
3rd February 202X
Something is bugging me today.
When I entered the class to teach English, one of the children, Henry I think, started speaking to me with a lisp. but it wasn't just the lisp. It was his choice of language. I'm going to try and remember how the conversation goes
"Now class, I have four words here. Cat, ball, dog and cooking. Which of these four words isn't a noun?"
No one raises their hands. I point at Henry
"Henry, which of the four is not a noun?"
"Fwuffy nu understan, nice mistah. Am having thinkie pwaces huwties."
I blink my eyes.
"Excuse me?"
"Cooking."
I don't know if that actually came from Henry, or someone else in the class
About half an hour later, we were reading the story about the Ugly Duckling by Hans Christian Andersen. While reading it, I remember what Henry said at one point
"Duckwing am poopie babbeh! Mummah duckie nu wuv! Gib poopeh duckwing sowwy huwties!"
I don't know if Henry is joking or if its his autism. He was mentioned by his parents to be suffering from autism
14th February 202X
Chinese New Year celebrations at the school just concluded. I'm taking the time off to update my diary because why not. I will be busy for most of this evening and tomorrow. First will be the reunion dinner, and tomorrow will be visiting more relatives. Thankfully, I'm single currently, so the pool of relatives I visit won't be that large. Also, as a single individual, I can still receive angpaos from my elders.
The one thing I am looking forward to is the long weekend. I don't have anything planned for Sunday, or Monday, and Monday is currently Hari Raya. (I can't remember if its Puasa or Haji, I'm neither Malay nor a Muslim)
16th February 202X
With nothing better to do, I decided to sit down and watch some Sunday Morning cartoons. I'm a big fan of animation. I used to enjoy reruns of stuff like classic Duckstory, the FlowerFluff Gals and, of course, My Little Fluffy. That last two was made by the same company, Hassenfeld. They have also made other cartoons like The Fluffiest Pet Store and PoundDogs. And of course, I do like the action stuff, like reruns of Strong-Man and G.I. Prawn: Real South-African Hero.
Yet none of the cartoons today just seem to be any good.
A recurring thing I see in cartoons these days is this cheap design. That they have this big grin that you can't avoid. Watch any cartoon released after 2015, and you start to see it. They call it the ‘CalArts smile’. The themes and topics of these cartoons are also lacking, in addition to the poor animation. There's no big adventure or recurring storyline. Almost every episode is a simple gag, told with bland humour. I swear I've seen at least one episode that had too many flatulence jokes.
After a while, I got frustrated and switched off the television. My brother, whose younger than me by about 5 years and is still in university, notices my frustration.
"Wassup, bro?"
"Cartoons suck these days."
"Nobody watches TV anymore, bro. Everybody watches youtube these days, especially the kids."
16th February 202X
I have no idea what the fuck I've just watched.
I decided to try out youtube kids, to see what passes for children's entertainment these days. At first glance, the content seemed educational. There is the usual content provided by channels like PBS and Discovery. All open, fairly accessible, nothing offensive.
But then, one of the videos that I eventually got recommended was something simply titled "Nutewwa song"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=25-zU5X_tEM
Its literally just one guy, holding a jar of nutella, repeating the lines
"Nutewwa, nuttewwa, I wuv nuttewwa.
wub wub wub, nuttewwa wub nuttewwa"
The thing goes on for literally four minutes. I had to fast forward to see if the lyrics changed. They did not.
I then see a video with a long title, but I could roughly summarize to being about teaching children how to count to five. However, what I got was more bizarre
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rTEmCTZON3A
It has human actors, but they speak with a lisp. And the lyrics go something like this:
"Daddeh fingah, daddeh fingah, whewe am fwuff?
Hewe am fwuff, here am fwuff!
How daddeh do?
Mummah fingah, mommy fingah, whewe am fwuff?
Here am fwuff, here am fwuff!
How mummah do?"
I try searching for the lyrics. Like Baby shark, it apparently belongs to a song called "finger family". However, while the correct lyrics are provided, the ones in the video weren't. And there's hundreds of these videos. Some with real human actors. Others with very minimalist animation. All singing the same song with the same exact lisp. Sure, the voices are different, but the pronunciation is almost always the same
I had to exit youtube kids for a moment and search on normal youtube to find the original song. I managed to find an old video from over a decade ago, that has only for about ten thousand views. In contrast, these newer videos get millions
There are some even more bizarre ones. Like a version where the finger family all has skulls on the fingers. Or the one where Hitler and Stalin are the "mother" and "father" figure respectively. On a dare, I decided to try and see what happen if I typed a random name with "five finger family". True enough, there was five finger family videos of anything from Kamen Rider to Doomguy to Agent 47.
With all of them speaking with the lisp, and using the word "fwuffy."
After a while, it was too much for me to bear. I stopped watching, and decided to watch the movie Predator to get my mind off the infantile speech and mannerisms
18th February 202X
I met Iskandar today.
We both entered university in the same year, and first met in the Literature 101 class. Although Iskandar does have a minor in Literature, his focus is more on linguistics. Also, while I only had a mere bachelors, he received honours, and went on to pursue a Masters.
He too entered the workforce as a teacher and is currently teaching his first cohort of students. Due to his qualifications, he currently teaches English at a nearby junior college. Nevertheless, the two of us make the time to meet each and other for a quick chat over a breakfast. Ideally, one with kaya toast and coffee. And today, I shared with him the videos I had found.
"I've seen this before. They're made by content farms."
"Content farm?"
"It is the algorithm. Basically, companies look for what the most popular thing, then churn out cheap and simple content to get clicks. The clicks generate ad revenue, and that is how they make their money.
I've been following this phenomenon for a few years now, though there has been an interesting development. I think you've picked up on it too."
Being rather puzzled, I asked what he meant
"Have you ever noticed that in these videos, they never use the first person singular personal pronoun?"
For a brief moment, Iskandar said it so fast that I did not catch what he meant
"They don't use 'I', basically."
"Oh, I noticed that. The speech is also very limited, and almost always use a lisp."
"Indeed. There'll be an announcement about this soon. They've actually been studying this problem, even in our alma mater at NUS, and MOE is likely to make an announcement about it soon."
"Announcement about what?"
"You'll see."
25th February 202X
Met Mei today. She asked me why I didn't take her to meet my relatives during Chinese New Year. I joked that, by doing so, I was guaranteed to get more angpaos from my elders. She promptly whacked me on the head <3
Jokes aside, we talked a bit today. We used to go out a lot, back in JC, but we weren't really dating. I lost contact with her during NS, and by that time, she started dating another guy. However, she broke up with him not too long ago.
We did date once, but I'm not sure if I'm ready to do it again. She seemed keen though. I guess we'll see where it goes from here.
11th March 202X
Went on a date with Mei today.
Mei has always been different from myself. While I went into the humanities because I had a fascination for English Literature, especially 19th century literature and earlier, she did the sensible thing most Singaporeans would do, and stayed in the sciences. As she got older though, she developed more of an interested in business, and started for her business degree at out alma mater at NUS. But she always had an interest in the sciences, with one of her quirks being chatting about some random science tidbit or news, that she came across.
And today she wouldn't shut up about talking animals
"Did you know that animals can't really talk?"
I thought it was silly for her to say that, as I pointed out parrots and ravens.
"That's just mimicking. The only animal we know that approximated a conversation with its owner was the parrot Alex, and even that is contested. And there's a simple reason why animals don't really talk - they don't have Wernicke's and Broca's areas.
"What's that?"
"They're the parts of our brain that are linked to speech production, as well as ascribing meaning to speech."
"And you're saying animals don't have that?"
"Actually, there are some animals that have parts *like* it. Such as singing mice. And the parrots that you mentioned. But these parts are analogous to their role, not exactly like it. It is like asking, why can't a dog talk like a human. Theoretically, a more advanced animal like a dolphin or a chimpanzee has these areas, but they're not super developed."
Alright, so what is the point of you mentioning this, I wondered
"Well, they're currently looking into ways of better mimicking the areas I mentioned in animals. As well as transplanting them into animals such as cats and dogs."
"So, like, talking animals?"
"Precisely! Think about how much better it would be to be able to communicate with your dog if it was able to just talk to you directly, and not just in barks."
"But aren't there like physiological differences between a dog and a human that would make such speech impossible for them?"
"Well, technically, birds should not be able to mimic humans. And yet parrots mimic humans well enough. What they're trying to do is improve the parrot to a level where, as opposed to just repeating simple lines, it can have full on conversations with its owner, the way Alex did."
And then she started going even further into the science of it. As I started to nod off, I did the one that I could to slowly get her mind off on talking about neurobiology
"There's this Teochew restaurant I haven't been to yet. You okay with that for dinner?"
1st of April 202X
Well, that was a shock.
And the fact that it happened today didn't really help matters. When most of the people in the English Department hear it, we thought they were pulling a fast one. But of course, the ministry would never joke. And even if they did, the effort put into it, along with what I was seeing in the news, was too elaborate, too deliberate to possible be "just a joke".
The Ministry of Education just announced that there was a rampant problem of "Fluffspeak". Basically, primary school children, particularly below the age of 10, are starting to speak in a severely stunted form of English. I had given remedial classes for children who speak English poorly, and who were brought up to speak Singlish or Mandarin, so this was not a new phenomenon. But the description of the language reminded me of the videos I saw back in Chinese New Year.
Of a severely stunted form of English, where each and every ‘r’ and ‘l’ is replaced with a ‘w’. Larger words are replaced with certain conventions like "thinkie-pwaces" instead of brain and "seeing-pwaces" instead of eyes. And there is no singular personal pronoun. There is no "I". Only "fluffy."
It sounds like a joke, but according to the memorandum from the Ministry of Education, at least a few thousand primary school children have been found to be speaking in nothing but fluffspeak, and have started failing their English classes, and the number is growing.
The problem is worldwide, and was first noticed in American schools. This apparently, led to research into the problem, some of which NUS was involved in.
Just tonight, I saw a newscaster speak, very seriously "about the growing problem of Fluffspeak among children."
The whole thing just feels too incredulous. I have to talk to Iskandar about this as soon as I can.
4th April 202X
"Yeah, it's a constructed language. Have you ever heard of Newspeak?"
I confessed that I didn't.
"Its from George Orwell's 1984."
"The only Orwell I read was Animal Farm, and that was for literature class in secondary school."
"Well, it is an example of a constructed language. A better example would be Tolkien's Evlish."
"That, I am familiar with." I am a huge sucker for fantasy stuff, especially Tolkien's works, as I continued, "It is really amazing how Tolkien would create entire languages for the races and world he created."
"Constructed languages aren't a new thing, but fluffspeak is incredibly unique because its AI-generated."
"AI-generated? But that would mean-"
"Yes. The algorithm created this language."
We were having breakfast again. Being a quick but meticulous eater, Iskandar had already finished his eggs and toast. Iskandar had brought a briefcase, where he was showing printouts of screenshots he had captured, as well as a tablet.
"A lot of the data has been lost, and only a fraction of it was archived or archive.org. But, at some point, google searches started processing the word 'pway' instead of 'play', and started generating results for searches and songs that used the word "pway".
"That is just a typo isn't it?"
"More like a mispronunciation - these searches started around about the time audio searches were predominant."
I wasn't impressed. Iskandar seemed to be suggesting that an entire language was constructed, by algorithm, based on baby-talk from children too young to be using google search.
"It is a bit more than that."
Iskandar then proceeds to show me pictures of comments found on videos about baby versions of cartoon animals. Of note was a photo a woman took of a Baby Yoda figure. Another was a photo a woman took of a baby smurf. Both pictures had the women pretend that the baby was speaking to them in a type of baby talk. One of them read the following:
"Hawing wunch wike mummah pwomise."
"It's been a recurring thing. Older women, and perhaps men, pretending that baby-talk consists of replacing 'l's and 'r's with 'w's, as well as children with lisps adding to the situation.
There was the influence of uWu language."
"uWu?"
Iskandar then switches on his tablet. After a few swipes, he reaches a video on youtube. The video has only one static image, of a girl with two circular eyes, and a mouth shaped like a small w.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7mBqm8uO4Cg
As the human speaker continues talking, the language structure and speech starts getting simpler and simpler, until it sounds like baby-talk.
"This is considered a joke type of speech, but it matches what the search algorithms have founds when collated with the baby-talk searches generated by both adults and children with the lisp."
I was starting to get a sense of what Iskandar was talking about. But there was one thing that seemed unusual
"Alright, but why "fwuffy". Why is the word "fwuffy" used instead of 'I'?"
"We don't know. But some people at MIT noticed the similarity between the onomatopoeic sound of "fuwa fuwa" with "fluffy". There's also the Hassenfeld cartoons that keep using "fluff" or "fluffy" to describe their properties. That's still disputed though."
Okay, but I don't really see how this a language. To me it is more like a dialect. A creole or a slang, whatever you linguists call it. Like our own native Singlish."
"That is true - most of it is based in the English language. But it does remind me a lot of newspeak, which was treated as a language."
Time was starting to run out, and I had to get back to work. I tried to make a closing statement
"Well, all I know is, having to give more remedial lessons so that children don't speak like retards is going to be a bitch."
"I wouldn't be too disparaging about this language, if I were you James."
He then swipes his tablet one more time, and shows me a webpage. It reads "Fluffspeak Research."
"The team at MIT started this webpage where they compiled their findings on fluffspeak. In addition, they're trying to get people to contribute stories and ideas written in fluffspeak. They want to see how far they can get with furthering and improving the language that was created by the algorithm."
Sounds like a massive waste of time, I thought.
"Some people would have said Tolkien was wasting his time when creating Elvish."
"Tolkien was trying to depict the language of a proud people, and was also building a mythology. In contrast this seems to be trying to make an entire language based around babytalk."
"And isn't that interesting?"
I brushed him off. We said our goodbyes, and head back to work.
I still got that website though. The url was memorable enough that I jotted it down on a piece of paper.
Maybe I'll check it out when I really got nothing better to do. (like, never!)
22nd May 202X
It has been three weeks since I started my first remedial class for students speaking fluffspeak. As much as I think that the problem is overblown, there seem to be this growing alarm concerning the phenomenon.
I never would have imagined that getting a child at the age of 10 to say "play" instead of "pway" would seem so difficult. But that is what it has come to. In the first two weeks, most of the children I have been handling with were 9 or younger, and clearly had too much access to the internet, especially youtube. The solution seemed to be as simple - deny these impressionable children access to mobile devices such as the internet, and school them through extensive English classes to correct their speech.
But this ten year old child is the eldest case I have dealt with. And he is far more intelligent than the others. He has taken to calling himself the leader of the class. The "smawty". He is also the rowdiest. On a few occasions, the class collectively threw paper planes at me, and this was an act co-ordinated by this one child. I managed to single him out. Speak to him and his parents directly. And that was when I learnt an uncomfortable truth about this one particularly precocious child.
He was doing this all willingly.
He spoke to me normally. He can write a sentence normal, without replace the "ls" and "rs" with "w"s. And he can say eyes instead of "seeing-pwaces." He just chooses not to.
But, why?
"Its fun."
He then shows me a video that he saw on youtube. Of course, I had to use a smartphone, but I searched and found the video.
It's a cover of Earth Angel.
Done entirely, in fluffspeak.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rRmRckBDbWo
Looking at the description of the video, I notice that it ties back to the MIT website that Iskandar mentioned. This was one of the videos that their group had created, in exploring pre-existant media, "translated" into fluffspeak.
Maybe I should check this website out. Maybe.
2nd June 202X
On a whim, I decided to check out the Fluffspeak Research page that Iskandar mentioned. There's quite a wordy writeup by a professor at MIT known as Prof Minsky regarding the nature of "flufffspeak" as the basis of AI generated language, cobbled together by the algorithm. The researchers are looking into how this language can be fine-tuned through further user input.
The head of the project is a Professor Syme Minksy. I took note of her email address.
The message boards for the project are divided into neat areas. There's a submission box where people can send in their fluffspeak generated pieces anonymously. Then there are the message boards where people post their actual written works, rendered in fluffspeak, online, and discuss about it. Some of it lacks imagination - a person would take a passage from Twilight, or Harry Potter, and then replace the language with that of uWu language instead of the proper fluffspeak.
But then there are some people who have written an entire short story, with an original plot and everything, but in fluffspeak. Reading the article is hard as hell, but, given that it supposed to be a more advanced version of babytalk, the story can be understood after a little re-reading.
There is even a section where people can host live discussions, utilizing an IRC client, to chat in "fluffspeak". If they chat in any other 'normal' language, they have to indicate so, or be booted from the server
While browsing the site, for a brief moment, I see Iskandar's name pops up. Looks like he's quite active here.
16 June 202X
I did it. I took the plunge.
I submitted my first story in fluffspeak.
I did it just for fun. Just wrote a story about a guy going to a shop to buy a can of spaghetti, or "skettis".
But I wrote it all in fluffspeak.
9th July 202X
Finally had the chance to talk to Professor Minsky, the head of the project. Well, talk as in talk over an internet messenger. At the age of 50, she is a Professor of Linguistics. However, the programme that she is working on has included experts from the fields of artificial intelligence, as well as psychology and neurology. There is a relationship between the development of a language and a theory of mind, and for machine learning to be able to construct and recommend a rudimentary language suggests a development of a theory of mind. Whether this means that the internet would develop into a Skynet 2.0 is a separate (though also important question), but the larger implication is the nature of the language being developed.
Being based of babytalk, as Minsky puts it, fluffspeak could be interpreted as the way a developing toddler or child sees the world. Thus, and theoretically, any complex work of fiction by an adult could be processed and simplified in fluffspeak.
But what about simple english, I asked her. After all, wikipedia entries in simple english exist for this same purpose
The professor then points out that simple english still assumes that the speaker is an adult with a minimal amount of education. A layman, so to speak. In contrast, fluffspeak was developed by a machine understanding of how a prepubescent child thinks and talks. As she puts it, refining fluffspeak, as well as understanding the children and people who use it, would help determine the formation of language, especially the transition from the more rudimentary baby-talk to more complex and refined forms of language. In addition, the use of fluffspeak could allow for the introduction of larger, more complex adult concepts into a simpler medium for children to understand.
I pointed out to the professor that education departments across the world, including the local MOE, have been trying to discourage fluffspeak, at least amongst children. She understands this, and says that she is currently restricting it to among adults, as well as children who are already using fluffspeak. She then points out that, in my remedial classes, I should be using documents to track the specific lisps and sentence structures that fluffspeak users are working with. I admit that I had not noticed this.
I then point out to the Professor that, as with anything on the internet, there is that danger that something bad would always slip through. Chatbots have been observed to pick up negative comments and biases from the users, and the same seemed to apply to fluffspeak. The professor admitted this is a concern, and mentioned that, for the moment, the fluffspeak material that is submitted is analysed to be free from profanities as well as graphic behaviour and violence
12 July 202X
Spoke to Calvin. Although Minsky is the head of the program, Calvin could be said to be doing most of the legwork related to the program. Minsky mainly works with a hypothesis, as well as understanding the practical and physical element of fluffspeak. The hard coding, and the algorithms, however, are all Calvin's work.
Calvin had already received her Master’s in Computer Science and is currently working on a thesis paper related towards the basis of language generation through algorithms. It is not a small wonder that she ended up being attached to Minsky's program. Even though they are from two different fields, the fluffspeak phenomena had interested both female professionals.
There are some differences between the two women, though. Minsky is clearly an idealist and also a little no-nonsense. She has been quite harsh in how she moderates what goes in and what doesn't for the fluffspeak programme. Calvin seems a more relaxed. A lot more approachable. I can see myself spending more time conversing with Calvin, even though its mostly on matters unrelated to the program.
3rd August 202X
I have upload about five stories to the message board now.
Four of them were original material, while the first was Roald Dahl's "The Great Automatic Grammatizator" completely rendered in fluffspeak.
Some other people have been more adventurous. So far, we have had the works of Chaucer, Shakespeare, Milton, Byron all rendered in fluffspeak by many different contributors, a number working together. The study is currently limited to the English speaking world, but there is already some discussion about how different languages might generate their own fluffspeak, if given time.
There's however, an alarming trend I noticed. Although the board is heavily moderated, at times, there are a few people who, while attempting to converse in fluffspeak, start describing sexual actions. The motive behind this seems to be a form of ageplay. Due to fluffspeak's basis in a more simplistic form of speaking, some people are inclined to use fluffspeak to partake in a form of ageplay.
Having spoken to Calvin, the problem already started within the first week the board was open to the public. The mods have been working day and night to ensure depictions of sex and violence are not described in fluffspeak, other than what has already been written in fiction. There is the concern of censorship, but Calvin mentions that the focus is on making ' a working language' first.
9th August 202X
Was bored for most of National Day. Decided to have lunch with Iskandar at the Gluttons Bay. Iskandar was having Nasi Lemak while I had carrot cake.
The two of us conversed quite a bit about Fluffspeak, and the program Calvin was running. I mentioned a nagging point that is on my mind
"I do think the language is interesting, but I feel like the approach to it has been rather skewed."
"What makes you say that?"
"We're basing this more of what 'we' think babytalk and childtalk is like, not what 'childtalk' actually is."
"I should correct you there, James. We're working with what the AI thinks constitutes as babytalk and childtalk.
The generation of the videos by content farms, and their subsequent pronunciations and language augmentation, was based on recommendations by the algorithm. Youtube kept pushing videos with the lisp and incorrect English as the correct choice, which children picked up on. As children contributed more content online, the 'language' started developing. At this point, I'd say we're just merely giving it a more definite form."
"So you're saying that we're trying to 'perfect' that language?"
"Basically, yeah.
It is like that one guy who converted 'the Little Prince' into Singlish. Singlish is often look at derisively by our local government, but, given that it is our native Creole, a lot of Singapore writers take pride in it the way the Scots do with their language and English."
"But Singlish is tied to our culture. What culture are we making fluffspeak for?"
"Who knows?" said Iskandar, as he shrugged. "I like to think it is for 'us'. The people in our group."
~
I didn't get to meet Mei tonight.
I saw the fireworks alone.
1st September 202X
Today was teacher's day. Did the same the thing we did the past two years. Fun and games in the morning. Small part in the class. Finger food, candies and cakes.
"Fwuffy wub candy!"
And the one idiot speaking fluffspeak. Had to correct the child.
"Henry, its 'love'"
"S-s-sowwy Mister Tan. Henwy wiw-wil-will tw-tw-try harder."
~
Teacher's Day is a school holiday, but only the children get to go home early. There was a slight party mood in the department though, as an occasion like this meant that we too would be celebrating with finger food, cake, and even ice-cream in the fridge.
Now was a good time to hang out with the other English teachers in the department and catch up. I've gotten to know Mr. Choe, who joined in the last year, and Ms. Ho, whose been around for ages. The topic of fluffspeak came up rather unexpectedly. Mr Choe, in what I could only describe as gentle but youthful aggression, made his opinion clear.
"We have to rout out this fluffspeak."
"Rout out? I mean, we're just correcting the way the children are speaking."
"And it is not enough. This incorrect use of English is spreading. It is a literal rape of the beauty of English, and we cannot tolerate it."
"By that measure," said Ms Ho, "you would say Singlish is a rape of English."
"I would, yes. I don't want any of my students to speak a lick of Singlish in my class. And fluffspeak is worse. They sound like literal retards."
"And what do you think, Mr. Tan?"
A slight sweat trickled down my forehead. Although I was on the MIT website, unlike Iskandar, I adopted a nickname.
"I think a bizarre form of English is a unique expression of creativity."
Mr Choe glared at me in disapproval.
"I disagree, Jim. I think we can be very creative with English without having to work with a corruption of it. English should be kept pure."
20th December 202X
I went out on a date with Mei today.
It was rather sweet. She wouldn't shut up about some recent developments in biology, but, other than that, we had fun.
We were walking along the bridge to Marina bay when she popped a question to me
"James?"
"Yes, Mei?"
"Have you ever thought of leaving Singapore?"
I was a bit taken aback by the suggestion. Aside from the time I trained in Brunei and Taiwan for National Service, I have never travelled out of Singapore. (Well, aside from the occasional trip to JB and that's more to get chewing gum as well as the cheaper products from Malaysia)
"No. Why do you ask? Have you travelled?"
"No."
She then looks over the railing. The Orchard city lights brighten the December evening. One can see the rainclouds above. There is a gentle wind, slowly building, but not yet indicative of a storm. For now though, it blows against Mei's hair, its beauty wavering.
"I just cannot imagine my whole life here. I do want to see the world. I mean, I have family in Malaysia, but I also have some distant relatives in Hong Kong. And China. I even have cousins in the US. And an uncle in Canada.
And I always wanted to go to Greece. Or Spain. Or even Ethiopia."
"Ethiopia?" I scoffed. "That's in Africa isn't it? Can't imagine why anyone would go there."
"I beg your pardon, but Ethiopia was one of the most advanced countries in Africa for the longest time! It was also never truly colonized by a Western power. It is a country with a rich history!"
I felt a bit sheepish. I apologized.
"Its okay. Maybe the view I'm saying is too rosy. But I don't want to be too landlocked to this country.
I do want to see the world."
3rd February 202X+1
Took Mei with me to visit one of my relatives for Chinese New Year. I had my reunion dinner the night before with immediate family, as she did, but since we're now going out, I guess it made sense that my family knew .
And true enough, this time around, I didn't get the red packets
Worst still, the dreaded question came around.
"So when are you two going to get married and start continuing the family name?"
Jesus, grandma, we're taking it slow.
For a good hour though, Mei ended up playing poker with a cousin of mine. Said cousin is a biologist, and they keep talking about something called a 'chimera'. I heard about that from Greek mythology.
"Well we're not talking about Greek mythology dear, we're talking about an actual animal. One they're developing apparently."
I rolled my eyes. Didn’t interest me.
While I waited for their game to conclude, I spent some time at the porch, and looked at the garden, where the children of some of my relatives were playing
"You can't catch me, you can't catch me!"
"Siwwy dummeh! Smawty am da fastest! Wiww catch fwen!"
I had to blink my eyes.
The girl who was running was able to speak English well. However, the boy chasing her had to be at least 11 to 12 years old, and was clearly speaking fluffspeak
It turned out that he was the son of one of my distant relatives
"Yeah," he sighed, with a forlorn look on his flace. "He can speak Mandarin well. But his English is nothing but that stupid lisp. That 'fluffspeak'. And we sent him for classes, but he keeps lapsing back"
As the boys keeps running and speaking with the lisp, I wonder if the remedials we provide are truly effective.
10 June 202X+1
Its coming to be the first full year since I joined the fluffspeak community
It feels that I lead this double life. During the day, I spend most of the time, teaching proper English, and conducting remedial classes to correct young children and prevent them from speaking Fluffspeak.
But in the evening, I spend an hour or two reading the Fluffspeak message boards. There are a number of good stories written in fluffspeak, as well as some interesting performative arts done with the language.
I do think that young children shouldn't speak fluffspeak, but I can appreciate fluffspeak as a creative outlet for someone of my age. I hope MIT will keep the site around.
16th June 202X+1
They shut down the site.
The move shocked all of us. I went to check the twitter, and Professor Minsky states that the programme had already reached its research goals, and thus, was ended. That was all the explanation given.
No more than that.
I'm angry. I'm frustrated. I spent almost a year, writing all kinds of stuff, stuff that I did not save, and uploaded it to this site. All gone. A tonne of work, taken away from us. Replies were disabled. Something tells me that they expected the backlash.
I sent an email to Calvin. She might know a bit more. And I must to speak to Iskandar soon.
~To Be Continued~
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2020.08.13 22:21 OB8O Every Legal 4-Letter Word In Scrabble

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HAAF HAAR HABU HACK HADE HADJ HADS HAED HAEM HAEN HAES HAET HAFF HAFT HAGG HAGS HAHA HAHS HAIK HAIL HAIN HAIR HAJI HAJJ HAKA HAKE HAKU HALE HALF HALL HALM HALO HALT HAME HAMS HAND HANG HANK HANT HAOS HAPS HAPU HARD HARE HARK HARL HARM HARN HARO HARP HART HASH HASK HASP HASS HAST HATE HATH HATS HAUD HAUF HAUL HAUT HAVE HAWK HAWM HAWS HAYS HAZE HAZY HEAD HEAL HEAP HEAR HEAT HEBE HECH HECK HEED HEEL HEFT HEHS HEID HEIL HEIR HELD HELE HELL HELM HELO HELP HEME HEMP HEMS HEND HENS HENT HEPS HEPT HERB HERD HERE HERL HERM HERN HERO HERS HERY HESP HEST HETE HETH HETS HEWN HEWS HEYS HICK HIDE HIED HIES HIGH HIKE HILA HILD HILI HILL HILT HIMS HIND HING HINS HINT HIOI HIPS HIPT HIRE HISH HISN HISS HIST HITS HIVE HIYA HIZZ HOAR HOAS HOAX HOBO HOBS HOCK HODS HOED HOER HOES HOGG HOGH HOGS HOHA HOHS HOIK HOKA HOKE HOKI HOLD HOLE HOLK HOLM HOLP HOLS HOLT HOLY HOMA HOME HOMO HOMS HOMY HOND HONE HONG HONK HONS HOOD HOOF HOOK HOON HOOP HOOR HOOT HOPE HOPS HORA HORE HORI HORN HORS HOSE HOSS HOST HOTE HOTS HOUF HOUR HOUT HOVE HOWE HOWF HOWK HOWL HOWS HOYA HOYS HUBS HUCK HUED HUER HUES HUFF HUGE HUGS HUGY HUHU HUIA HUIC HUIS HULA HULE HULK HULL HUMA HUMF HUMP HUMS HUNG HUNH HUNK HUNS HUNT HUPS HURL HURT HUSH HUSK HUSO HUSS HUTS HWAN HWYL HYED HYEN HYES HYKE HYLA HYLE HYMN HYPE HYPO HYPS HYTE
IAMB IBEX IBIS ICED ICER ICES ICHS ICKY ICON IDEA IDEE IDEM IDES IDLE IDLY IDOL IDYL IFFY IGAD IGGS IGLU IKAN IKAT IKON ILEA ILEX ILIA ILKA ILKS ILLS ILLY IMAM IMID IMMY IMPI IMPS INBY INCH INFO INGO INGS INIA INKS INKY INLY INNS INRO INTI INTO IONS IOTA IRED IRES IRID IRIS IRKS IRON ISBA ISIT ISLE ISMS ISNA ISOS ITAS ITCH ITEM IURE IWIS IXIA IZAR
JAAP JABS JACK JADE JAFA JAGA JAGG JAGS JAIL JAKE JAKS JAMB JAMS JANE JANN JAPE JAPS JARK JARL JARP JARS JASP JASS JASY JATO JAUK JAUP JAVA JAWS JAXY JAYS JAZY JAZZ JEAN JEAT JEDI JEED JEEL JEEP JEER JEES JEEZ JEFE JEFF JEHU JELL JEON JERK JESS JEST JETE JETS JEUX JEWS JIAO JIBB JIBE JIBS JIFF JIGS JILL JILT JIMP JINK JINN JINS JINX JIRD JISM JIVE JIVY JIZZ JOBE JOBS JOCK JOCO JOES JOEY JOGS JOHN JOIN JOKE JOKY JOLE JOLL JOLS JOLT JOMO JONG JOOK JORS JOSH JOSS JOTA JOTS JOUK JOUR JOWL JOWS JOYS JUBA JUBE JUCO JUDO JUDS JUDY JUGA JUGS JUJU JUKE JUKU JUMP JUNK JUPE JURA JURE JURY JUST JUTE JUTS JUVE JYNX
KAAL KAAS KABS KACK KADE KADI KAED KAES KAFS KAGO KAGU KAID KAIE KAIF KAIK KAIL KAIM KAIN KAIS KAKA KAKI KAKS KALE KALI KAMA KAME KAMI KANA KANE KANG KANS KANT KAON KAPA KAPH KARA KARK KARN KARO KART KATA KATI KATS KAVA KAWA KAWS KAYO KAYS KAZI KBAR KEAS KEBS KECK KEDS KEEF KEEK KEEL KEEN KEEP KEET KEFS KEGS KEIR KEKS KELL KELP KELT KEMB KEMP KENO KENS KENT KEPI KEPS KEPT KERB KERF KERN KERO KESH KEST KETA KETE KETO KETS KEWL KEYS KHAF KHAN KHAT KHET KHIS KHOR KHUD KIBE KICK KIDS KIEF KIER KIEV KIFF KIFS KIKE KILD KILL KILN KILO KILP KILT KINA KIND KINE KING KINK KINO KINS KIPE KIPP KIPS KIRK KIRN KIRS KISH KISS KIST KITE KITH KITS KIVA KIWI KLAP KLIK KNAG KNAP KNAR KNEE KNEW KNIT KNOB KNOP KNOT KNOW KNUB KNUR KNUT KOAN KOAP KOAS KOBO KOBS KOEL KOFF KOHA KOHL KOIS KOJI KOKA KOLA KOLO KOND KONK KONS KOOK KOPH KOPS KORA KORE KORO KORS KORU KOSS KOTO KOWS KRAB KRIS KSAR KUDO KUDU KUEH KUES KUFI KUIA KUKU KULA KUNA KUNE KURI KURU KUTA KUTI KUTU KUZU KVAS KYAK KYAR KYAT KYBO KYES KYLE KYND KYNE KYPE KYTE KYUS
LABS LACE LACK LACS LACY LADE LADS LADY LAER LAGS LAHS LAIC LAID LAIK LAIN LAIR LAKE LAKH LAKY LALL LAMA LAMB LAME LAMP LAMS LANA LAND LANE LANG LANK LANT LANX LAPS LARD LARE LARI LARK LARN LARS LASE LASH LASS LAST LATE LATH LATI LATS LATU LAUD LAUF LAVA LAVE LAVS LAWK LAWN LAWS LAYS LAZE LAZO LAZY LEAD LEAF LEAK LEAL LEAM LEAN LEAP LEAR LEAS LEAT LECH LEED LEEK LEEP LEER LEES LEET LEFT LEGS LEHR LEIR LEIS LEKE LEKS LEKU LEME LEND LENG LENO LENS LENT LEPS LEPT LERE LERP LESS LEST LETS LEUD LEVA LEVE LEVO LEVY LEWD LEYS LEZZ LIAR LIAS LIBS LICE LICH LICK LIDO LIDS LIED LIEF LIEN LIER LIES LIEU LIFE LIFT LIGS LIKE LILL LILO LILT LILY LIMA LIMB LIME LIMN LIMO LIMP LIMY LIND LINE LING LINK LINN LINO LINS LINT LINY LION LIPA LIPE LIPO LIPS LIRA LIRE LIRI LIRK LISK LISP LIST LITE LITH LITS LITU LIVE LOAD LOAF LOAM LOAN LOBE LOBI LOBO LOBS LOCA LOCH LOCI LOCK LOCO LODE LODS LOFT LOGE LOGO LOGS LOGY LOID LOIN LOIR LOKE LOLL LOMA LOME LONE LONG LOOF LOOK LOOM LOON LOOP LOOR LOOS LOOT LOPE LOPS LORD LORE LORN LORY LOSE LOSH LOSS LOST LOTA LOTE LOTH LOTI LOTO LOTS LOUD LOUN LOUP LOUR LOUS LOUT LOVE LOWE LOWN LOWP LOWS LOWT LOYS LUAU LUBE LUCE LUCK LUDE LUDO LUDS LUES LUFF LUGE LUGS LUIT LUKE LULL LULU LUMA LUMP LUMS LUNA LUNE LUNG LUNK LUNT LUNY LURE LURK LURS LUSH LUSK LUST LUTE LUTZ LUVS LUXE LWEI LYAM LYCH LYES LYME LYMS LYNE LYNX LYRA LYRE LYSE LYTE
MAAR MAAS MABE MACE MACH MACK MACS MADE MADS MAES MAGE MAGG MAGI MAGS MAHA MAID MAIK MAIL MAIM MAIN MAIR MAKE MAKI MAKO MAKS MALA MALE MALI MALL MALM MALS MALT MAMA MAMS MANA MAND MANE MANG MANI MANO MANS MANY MAPS MARA MARC MARD MARE MARG MARK MARL MARM MARS MART MARY MASA MASE MASH MASK MASS MAST MASU MATE MATH MATS MATT MATY MAUD MAUL MAUN MAUT MAWK MAWN MAWR MAWS MAXI MAYA MAYO MAYS MAZE MAZY MEAD MEAL MEAN MEAT MECK MEDS MEED MEEK MEER MEES MEET MEFF MEGA MEGS MEIN MELA MELD MELL MELS MELT MEME MEMO MEMS MEND MENE MENG MENO MENT MENU MEOU MEOW MERC MERE MERI MERK MERL MESA MESE MESH MESS META METE METH METS MEUS MEVE MEWL MEWS MEZE MEZZ MHOS MIBS MICA MICE MICH MICK MICO MICS MIDI MIDS MIEN MIFF MIGG MIGS MIHA MIHI MIKE MILD MILE MILF MILK MILL MILO MILS MILT MIME MINA MIND MINE MING MINI MINK MINO MINT MINX MINY MIPS MIRE MIRI MIRK MIRO MIRS MIRV MIRY MISE MISO MISS MIST MITE MITT MITY MIXT MIXY MIZZ MNAS MOAI MOAN MOAS MOAT MOBE MOBS MOBY MOCH MOCK MOCS MODE MODI MODS MOER MOES MOFO MOGS MOHR MOIL MOIT MOJO MOKE MOKI MOKO MOLA MOLD MOLE MOLL MOLS MOLT MOLY MOME MOMI MOMS MONA MONG MONK MONO MONS MONY MOOD MOOI MOOK MOOL MOON MOOP MOOR MOOS MOOT MOPE MOPS MOPY MORA MORE MORN MORS MORT MOSE MOSH MOSK MOSS MOST MOTE MOTH MOTI MOTS MOTT MOTU MOUE MOUP MOUS MOVE MOWA MOWN MOWS MOXA MOYA MOYL MOYS MOZE MOZO MOZZ MUCH MUCK MUDS MUFF MUGG MUGS MUID MUIL MUIR MULE MULL MUMM MUMP MUMS MUMU MUNG MUNI MUNS MUNT MUON MURA MURE MURK MURL MURR MUSE MUSH MUSK MUSO MUSS MUST MUTE MUTI MUTS MUTT MUZZ MWAH MYAL MYCS MYNA MYTH MYXO MZEE
NAAM NAAN NABE NABK NABS NACH NADA NADS NAFF NAGA NAGS NAIF NAIK NAIL NAIN NALA NAME NAMS NAMU NANA NANE NANG NANS NAOI NAOS NAPA NAPE NAPS NARC NARD NARE NARK NARY NATS NAVE NAVY NAYS NAZE NAZI NEAL NEAP NEAR NEAT NEBS NECK NEDS NEED NEEM NEEP NEFS NEGS NEIF NEKS NEMA NEMN NENE NEON NEPS NERD NERK NESH NESS NEST NETE NETS NETT NEUK NEUM NEVE NEVI NEWS NEWT NEXT NGAI NIBS NICE NICK NIDE NIDI NIDS NIED NIEF NIES NIFE NIFF NIGH NILL NILS NIMB NIMS NINE NIPA NIPS NIRL NISH NISI NITE NITS NIXE NIXY NOAH NOBS NOCK NODE NODI NODS NOEL NOES NOGG NOGS NOIL NOIR NOLE NOLL NOLO NOMA NOME NOMS NONA NONE NONG NONI NOOB NOOK NOON NOOP NOPE NORI NORK NORM NOSE NOSH NOSY NOTA NOTE NOTT NOUL NOUN NOUP NOUS NOUT NOVA NOWL NOWN NOWS NOWT NOWY NOYS NUBS NUDE NUFF NUKE NULL NUMB NUNS NURD NURL NURR NURS NUTS NYAS NYED NYES
OAFS OAKS OAKY OARS OARY OAST OATH OATS OATY OBAS OBES OBEY OBIA OBIS OBIT OBOE OBOL OBOS OCAS OCCY OCHE OCTA ODAH ODAL ODAS ODDS ODEA ODES ODIC ODOR ODSO ODYL OFAY OFFS OFFY OGAM OGEE OGLE OGRE OHED OHIA OHMS OIKS OILS OILY OINK OINT OKAS OKAY OKEH OKES OKRA OKTA OLDE OLDS OLDY OLEA OLEO OLES OLID OLIO OLLA OLMS OLPE OMBU OMEN OMER OMIT OMOV ONCE ONER ONES ONIE ONLY ONOS ONST ONTO ONUS ONYX OOFS OOFY OOHS OOMS OONS OONT OOPS OOSE OOSY OOTS OOZE OOZY OPAH OPAL OPED OPEN OPES OPPO OPTS OPUS ORAD ORAL ORBS ORBY ORCA ORCS ORDO ORDS ORES ORFE ORFS ORGY ORLE ORRA ORTS ORYX ORZO OSAR OSES OSSA OTIC OTTO OUCH OUDS OUKS OULD OULK OUMA OUPA OUPH OUPS OURN OURS OUST OUTS OUZO OVAL OVEL OVEN OVER OVUM OWED OWER OWES OWLS OWLY OWNS OWRE OWSE OWTS OXEN OXER OXES OXID OXIM OYER OYES OYEZ PAAL
PAAN PACA PACE PACK PACO PACS PACT PACY PADI PADS PAGE PAHS PAID PAIK PAIL PAIN PAIR PAIS PALE PALL PALM PALP PALS PALY PAMS PAND PANE PANG PANS PANT PAPA PAPE PAPS PARA PARD PARE PARK PARP PARR PARS PART PASE PASH PASS PAST PATE PATH PATS PATU PATY PAUA PAUL PAVE PAVS PAWA PAWK PAWL PAWN PAWS PAYS PEAG PEAK PEAL PEAN PEAR PEAS PEAT PEBA PECH PECK PECS PEDS PEED PEEK PEEL PEEN PEEP PEER PEES PEGH PEGS PEHS PEIN PEKE PELA PELE PELF PELL PELS PELT PEND PENE PENI PENK PENS PENT PEON PEPO PEPS PERE PERI PERK PERM PERN PERP PERT PERV PESO PEST PETS PEWS PFFT PFUI PHAT PHEW PHIS PHIZ PHOH PHON PHOS PHOT PHUT PIAL PIAN PIAS PICA PICE PICK PICS PIED PIER PIES PIET PIGS PIKA PIKE PIKI PILA PILE PILI PILL PILY PIMA PIMP PINA PINE PING PINK PINS PINT PINY PION PIOY PIPA PIPE PIPI PIPS PIPY PIRL PIRN PIRS PISE PISH PISO PISS PITA PITH PITS PITY PIUM PIXY PIZE PLAN PLAP PLAT PLAY PLEA PLEB PLED PLEW PLEX PLIE PLIM PLOD PLOP PLOT PLOW PLOY PLUE PLUG PLUM PLUS POAS POCK POCO PODS POEM POEP POET POGO POGY POIS POKE POKY POLE POLK POLL POLO POLS POLT POLY POME POMO POMP POMS POND PONE PONG PONK PONS PONT PONY POOD POOF POOH POOK POOL POON POOP POOR POOS POOT POPE POPS PORE PORK PORN PORT PORY POSE POSH POSS POST POSY POTE POTS POTT POUF POUK POUR POUT POWN POWS POXY POZZ PRAD PRAM PRAO PRAT PRAU PRAY PREE PREM PREP PREX PREY PREZ PRIG PRIM PROA PROB PROD PROF PROG PROM PROO PROP PROS PROW PRUH PRYS PSIS PSST PTUI PUBE PUBS PUCE PUCK PUDS PUDU PUER PUFF PUGH PUGS PUHA PUIR PUJA PUKA PUKE PUKU PUKY PULA PULE PULI PULK PULL PULP PULS PULU PULY PUMA PUMP PUMY PUNA PUNG PUNK PUNS PUNT PUNY PUPA PUPS PUPU PURE PURI PURL PURR PURS PUSH PUSS PUTS PUTT PUTZ PUYS PYAS PYAT PYES PYET PYIC PYIN PYNE PYOT PYRE PYRO QADI
QAID QATS QINS QOPH QUAD QUAG QUAI QUAT QUAY QUEP QUEY QUID QUIM QUIN QUIP QUIT QUIZ QUOD QUOP
RABI RACA RACE RACH RACK RACY RADE RADS RAFF RAFT RAGA RAGE RAGG RAGI RAGS RAGU RAHS RAIA RAID RAIK RAIL RAIN RAIS RAIT RAJA RAKE RAKI RAKU RALE RAMI RAMP RAMS RANA RAND RANG RANI RANK RANT RAPE RAPS RAPT RARE RARK RASE RASH RASP RAST RATA RATE RATH RATO RATS RATU RAUN RAVE RAVS RAWN RAWS RAYA RAYS RAZE RAZZ READ REAK REAL REAM REAN REAP REAR REBS RECK RECS REDD REDE REDO REDS REED REEF REEK REEL REEN REES REFS REFT REGO REGS REHS REIF REIK REIN REIS REKE RELY REMS REND RENK RENS RENT RENY REOS REPO REPP REPS RESH REST RETE RETS REVS REWS RHEA RHOS RHUS RIAD RIAL RIAS RIBA RIBS RICE RICH RICK RICY RIDE RIDS RIEL RIEM RIFE RIFF RIFS RIFT RIGG RIGS RILE RILL RIMA RIME RIMS RIMU RIMY RIND RINE RING RINK RINS RIOT RIPE RIPP RIPS RIPT RISE RISK RISP RITE RITS RITT RITZ RIVA RIVE RIVO RIZA ROAD ROAM ROAN ROAR ROBE ROBS ROCH ROCK ROCS RODE RODS ROED ROES ROIL ROIN ROJI ROKE ROKS ROKY ROLE ROLF ROLL ROMA ROMP ROMS RONE RONG RONT RONZ ROOD ROOF ROOK ROOM ROON ROOP ROOS ROOT ROPE ROPY RORE RORT RORY ROSE ROST ROSY ROTA ROTE ROTI ROTL ROTO ROTS ROUE ROUL ROUM ROUP ROUT ROUX ROVE ROWS ROWT RUBE RUBS RUBY RUCK RUCS RUDD RUDE RUDS RUED RUER RUES RUFF RUGA RUGS RUIN RUKH RULE RULY RUME RUMP RUMS RUND RUNE RUNG RUNS RUNT RURP RURU RUSA RUSE RUSH RUSK RUST RUTH RUTS RYAL RYAS RYES RYFE RYKE RYND RYOT RYPE
SAAG SABE SABS SACK SACS SADE SADI SADO SADS SAFE SAFT SAGA SAGE SAGO SAGS SAGY SAIC SAID SAIL SAIM SAIN SAIR SAIS SAKE SAKI SALE SALL SALP SALS SALT SAMA SAME SAMP SAMS SAND SANE SANG SANK SANS SANT SAPS SARD SARI SARK SARS SASH SASS SATE SATI SAUL SAUT SAVE SAVS SAWN SAWS SAXE SAYS SCAB SCAD SCAG SCAM SCAN SCAR SCAT SCAW SCOG SCOP SCOT SCOW SCRY SCUD SCUG SCUL SCUM SCUP SCUR SCUT SCYE SEAL SEAM SEAN SEAR SEAS SEAT SECH SECO SECS SECT SEED SEEK SEEL SEEM SEEN SEEP SEER SEES SEGO SEGS SEIF SEIK SEIL SEIR SEIS SEKT SELD SELE SELF SELL SELS SEME SEMI SENA SEND SENE SENS SENT SEPS SEPT SERA SERE SERF SERK SERR SERS SESE SESH SESS SETA SETS SETT SEWN SEWS SEXT SEXY SEYS SHAD SHAG SHAH SHAM SHAN SHAT SHAW SHAY SHEA SHED SHES SHET SHEW SHIM SHIN SHIP SHIR SHIT SHIV SHMO SHOD SHOE SHOG SHOO SHOP SHOT SHOW SHRI SHUL SHUN SHUT SHWA SIAL SIBB SIBS SICE SICH SICK SICS SIDA SIDE SIDH SIEN SIES SIFT SIGH SIGN SIJO SIKA SIKE SILD SILE SILK SILL SILO SILT SIMA SIMI SIMP SIMS SIND SINE SING SINH SINK SINS SIPE SIPS SIRE SIRI SIRS SISS SIST SITE SITH SITS SITZ SIZE SIZY SJOE SKAG SKAS SKAT SKAW SKEE SKEG SKEN SKEO SKEP SKER SKET SKEW SKID SKIM SKIN SKIO SKIP SKIS SKIT SKOL SKRY SKUA SKUG SKYF SKYR SLAB SLAE SLAG SLAM SLAP SLAT SLAW SLAY SLEB SLED SLEE SLEW SLEY SLID SLIM SLIP SLIT SLOB SLOE SLOG SLOP SLOT SLOW SLUB SLUE SLUG SLUM SLUR SLUT SMEE SMEW SMIR SMIT SMOG SMUG SMUR SMUT SNAB SNAG SNAP SNAR SNAW SNEB SNED SNEE SNIB SNIG SNIP SNIT SNOB SNOD SNOG SNOT SNOW SNUB SNUG SNYE SOAK SOAP SOAR SOBA SOBS SOCA SOCK SOCS SODA SODS SOFA SOFT SOGS SOHO SOHS SOIL SOJA SOKE SOLA SOLD SOLE SOLI SOLO SOLS SOMA SOME SOMS SOMY SONE SONG SONS SOOK SOOL SOOM SOON SOOP SOOT SOPH SOPS SORA SORB SORD SORE SORI SORN SORT SOSS SOTH SOTS SOUK SOUL SOUM SOUP SOUR SOUS SOUT SOVS SOWF SOWL SOWM SOWN SOWP SOWS SOYA SOYS SPAE SPAG SPAM SPAN SPAR SPAS SPAT SPAW SPAY SPAZ SPEC SPED SPEK SPET SPEW SPIC SPIE SPIF SPIK SPIM SPIN SPIT SPIV SPOD SPOT SPRY SPUD SPUE SPUG SPUN SPUR SRIS STAB STAG STAP STAR STAT STAW STAY STED STEM STEN STEP STET STEW STEY STIE STIM STIR STOA STOB STOP STOT STOW STUB STUD STUM STUN STYE SUBA SUBS SUCH SUCK SUDD SUDS SUED SUER SUES SUET SUGH SUGO SUGS SUID SUIT SUKH SUKS SULK SULU SUMO SUMP SUMS SUMY SUNG SUNI SUNK SUNN SUNS SUPE SUPS SUQS SURA SURD SURE SURF SUSS SUSU SWAB SWAD SWAG SWAM SWAN SWAP SWAT SWAY SWEE SWEY SWIG SWIM SWIZ SWOB SWOP SWOT SWUM SYBO SYCE SYED SYEN SYES SYKE SYLI SYNC SYND SYNE SYPE SYPH
TAAL TABI TABS TABU TACE TACH TACK TACO TACT TADS TAED TAEL TAES TAGS TAHA TAHR TAIG TAIL TAIN TAIS TAIT TAKA TAKE TAKI TAKS TAKY TALA TALC TALE TALI TALK TALL TAME TAMP TAMS TANA TANE TANG TANH TANK TANS TAOS TAPA TAPE TAPS TAPU TARA TARE TARN TARO TARP TARS TART TASH TASK TASS TATE TATH TATS TATT TATU TAUS TAUT TAVA TAVS TAWA TAWS TAWT TAXA TAXI TAYS TEAD TEAK TEAL TEAM TEAR TEAS TEAT TECH TECS TEDS TEDY TEED TEEK TEEL TEEM TEEN TEER TEES TEFF TEFS TEGG TEGS TEGU TEHR TEIL TEIN TELA TELD TELE TELL TELS TELT TEME TEMP TEMS TEND TENE TENS TENT TEPA TERF TERM TERN TEST TETE TETH TETS TEWS TEXT THAE THAN THAR THAT THAW THEE THEM THEN THEW THEY THIG THIN THIO THIR THIS THON THOU THRO THRU THUD THUG THUS TIAN TIAR TICE TICH TICK TICS TIDE TIDS TIDY TIED TIER TIES TIFF TIFT TIGE TIGS TIKA TIKE TIKI TIKS TILE TILL TILS TILT TIME TINA TIND TINE TING TINK TINS TINT TINY TIPI TIPS TIPT TIRE TIRL TIRO TIRR TITE TITI TITS TIVY TIZZ TOAD TOBY TOCK TOCO TOCS TODS TODY TOEA TOED TOES TOEY TOFF TOFT TOFU TOGA TOGE TOGS TOHO TOIL TOIT TOKE TOKO TOLA TOLD TOLE TOLL TOLT TOLU TOMB TOME TOMO TOMS TONE TONG TONK TONS TONY TOOK TOOL TOOM TOON TOOT TOPE TOPH TOPI TOPO TOPS TORA TORC TORE TORI TORN TORO TORR TORS TORT TORY TOSA TOSE TOSH TOSS TOST TOTE TOTS TOUK TOUN TOUR TOUT TOWN TOWS TOWT TOWY TOYO TOYS TOZE TRAD TRAM TRAP TRAT TRAY TREE TREF TREK TRES TRET TREW TREY TREZ TRIE TRIG TRIM TRIN TRIO TRIP TROD TROG TRON TROP TROT TROW TROY TRUE TRUG TRYE TRYP TSAR TSKS TUAN TUBA TUBE TUBS TUCK TUFA TUFF TUFT TUGS TUIS TULE TUMP TUMS TUNA TUND TUNE TUNG TUNS TUNY TUPS TURD TURF TURK TURM TURN TUSH TUSK TUTS TUTU TUZZ TWAE TWAL TWAS TWAT TWAY TWEE TWIG TWIN TWIT TWOS TYDE TYED TYEE TYER TYES TYGS TYIN TYKE TYMP TYND TYNE TYPE TYPO TYPP TYPY TYRE TYRO TYTE TZAR
UDAL UDON UDOS UEYS UFOS UGHS UGLY UKES ULAN ULES ULEX ULNA ULUS ULVA UMBO UMMA UMPH UMPS UMPY UMRA UMUS UNAI UNAU UNBE UNCE UNCI UNCO UNDE UNDO UNDY UNIS UNIT UNTO UPAS UPBY UPDO UPGO UPON UPSY UPTA URAO URBS URDE URDS URDY UREA URES URGE URIC URNS URPS URSA URUS URVA USED USER USES UTAS UTES UTIS UTUS UVAE UVAS UVEA
VACS VADE VAES VAGI VAGS VAIL VAIN VAIR VALE VALI VAMP VANE VANG VANS VANT VARA VARE VARS VARY VASA VASE VAST VATS VATU VAUS VAUT VAVS VAWS VEAL VEEP VEER VEES VEGA VEGO VEHM VEIL VEIN VELA VELD VELE VELL VENA VEND VENT VERA VERB VERD VERS VERT VERY VEST VETO VETS VEXT VIAE VIAL VIAS VIBE VIBS VICE VIDE VIDS VIED VIER VIES VIEW VIGA VIGS VILD VILE VILL VIMS VINA VINE VINO VINS VINT VINY VIOL VIRE VIRL VISA VISE VITA VITE VIVA VIVE VIVO VIZY VLEI VLOG VOAR VOES VOID VOIP VOLA VOLE VOLK VOLS VOLT VORS VOTE VOWS VRIL VROT VROU VROW VUGG VUGH VUGS VULN VUMS
WAAC WABS WACK WADD WADE WADI WADS WADT WADY WAES WAFF WAFT WAGE WAGS WAID WAIF WAIL WAIN WAIR WAIS WAIT WAKA WAKE WAKF WALD WALE WALI WALK WALL WALY WAME WAND WANE WANG WANK WANS WANT WANY WAPS WAQF WARB WARD WARE WARK WARM WARN WARP WARS WART WARY WASE WASH WASP WAST WATE WATS WATT WAUK WAUL WAUR WAVE WAVY WAWA WAWE WAWL WAWS WAXY WAYS WEAK WEAL WEAN WEAR WEBS WEDS WEED WEEK WEEL WEEM WEEN WEEP WEER WEES WEET WEFT WEID WEIL WEIR WEKA WELD WELK WELL WELS WELT WEMB WEMS WENA WEND WENS WENT WEPT WERE WERO WERT WEST WETA WETS WEXE WEYS WHAE WHAM WHAP WHAT WHEE WHEN WHET WHEW WHEY WHID WHIG WHIM WHIN WHIO WHIP WHIR WHIT WHIZ WHOA WHOM WHOP WHOT WHOW WHUP WHYS WICE WICH WICK WIDE WIEL WIFE WIGS WIKI WILD WILE WILI WILL WILT WILY WIMP WIND WINE WING WINK WINN WINO WINS WINY WIPE WIRE WIRY WISE WISH WISP WISS WIST WITE WITH WITS WIVE WOAD WOCK WOES WOFS WOGS WOKE WOKS WOLD WOLF WOMB WONK WONS WONT WOOD WOOF WOOL WOON WOOS WOOT WOPS WORD WORE WORK WORM WORN WORT WOST WOTS WOVE WOWF WOWS WRAP WREN WRIT WUDS WUDU WULL WUSS WYCH WYES WYLE WYND WYNN WYNS WYTE
XRAY XYST
YAAR YABA YACK YADS YAFF YAGI YAGS YAHS YAKS YALD YALE YAMS YANG YANK YAPP YAPS YARD YARE YARK YARN YARR YATE YAUD YAUP YAWL YAWN YAWP YAWS YAWY YAYS YBET YEAD YEAH YEAN YEAR YEAS YEBO YECH YEDE YEED YEGG YELD YELK YELL YELM YELP YELT YENS YEPS YERD YERK YESK YEST YETI YETT YEUK YEVE YEWS YGOE YIDS YIKE YILL YINS YIPE YIPS YIRD YIRK YIRR YITE YLEM YLKE YMPE YMPT YOBS YOCK YODE YODH YODS YOGA YOGH YOGI YOKE YOKS YOLD YOLK YOMP YOND YONI YONT YOOF YOOP YORE YORK YORP YOUK YOUR YOUS YOWE YOWL YOWS YUAN YUCA YUCH YUCK YUFT YUGA YUGS YUKE YUKO YUKS YUKY YULE YUMP YUNX YUPS YURT YUTZ YUZU YWIS
ZACK ZAGS ZANY ZAPS ZARF ZARI ZATI ZEAL ZEAS ZEBU ZEDS ZEES ZEIN ZEKS ZELS ZEPS ZERK ZERO ZEST ZETA ZEZE ZHOS ZIFF ZIGS ZILA ZILL ZIMB ZINC ZINE ZING ZINS ZIPS ZITE ZITI ZITS ZIZZ ZOBO ZOBU ZOEA ZOIC ZOLS ZONA ZONE ZONK ZOOM ZOON ZOOS ZOOT ZORI ZOUK ZULU ZUPA ZURF ZYGA ZYME ZZZS
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2020.07.14 04:03 Ralts_Bloodthorne First Contact - TOTAL WAR - 237 (N'Koo)

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Ast'Lar, the Postal Most High of N'Karoo, was a matron in her own right, with a family, children, even a few grandchildren. Her fur was largely thick and luxurious, although she had been getting white around her neck and down her back recently. But that was what happened when one was responsible for the correspondence of over fifty million of your people who had been taken prisoner, both from them and to them.
Oh, and had used a few loopholes to game the system in order to surrender the entire planet over to a race of predatory, aggressive, omnivorous bipedal upright primates.
While it had been a good idea, Ast'Lar sometimes regretted her over-cleverness.
Especially on days like today.
She stood on the spaceport tarmac next to U'urmo'ot, the Lanaktallan Most High of the entire Unified Civilized Council's presence.
And also the only Lanaktallan on the planet.
Standing next to him, only coming up to his lower shoulders, she reminded herself that U'urmo'ot was not a brave being. He had requested to be stationed at N'Karoo itself in order to enjoy the fishing and leisure activities, arriving only two weeks before the system had been surrendered.
The rest of the Lanaktallan had left U'urmo'ot in place, proclaiming him to be the Most High, and had abandoned the system, leaving U'umo'ot standing on the tarmac with his fishing pole and fishing hat, looking around and wondering how he was in charge of everything.
Still, she was startled that U'urmo'ot had agreed to join her to waiting for the latest arrival.
"You know, you do not have to be here for this. If you wish, you may retreat to your office or even your closet," Ast'Lar told the Lanaktallan.
"I must see this being," U'urmo'ot said quietly. Ast'Lar noticed he was wearing his fishing hat.
Ast'Lar looked up as the ship dropped out of the clouds, noting that it was sparkling and seemed to throw off rainbows.
"I must confess, I am nervous about unrestrained nanite usage," U'urmo'ot said.
"It is not unrestrained. These beings will restrain the nanites, guide them and ensure that they work properly and we do not have the hooveshoe paradox," Ast'Lar said. She shaded her eyes. "Such a strange ship," she said.
The ship approached rapidly, sparking and twinkling in the morning sun. It looked like a four winged, four legged insect, the abdomen obviously where the engines were and surrounded by rainbow halos. The wings were delicate formations of crystal and energy. The eyes were transparent, revealing what looked like tall delicate humans inside.
"And they will bring back the fish?" U'urmo'ot asked.
"We hope," Ast'Lar said.
"The last storm covered the beaches in rotted kelp," U'urmo'ot said. "We must save your world."
Ast'Lar was able to keep from staring at the Lanaktallan only because he had spent three days pacing back and forth mumbling it to himself after seeing the kelp and finding out that the coral reefs and the kelp beds were dying rapidly.
It was the most passionate she had ever seen a Lanaktallan about anything other than making other being's lives miserable.
"The Terrans say that they can help. That they are the masters of gentle terraforming in such a way that the natives can even remain on the planet during the repairs," Ast'Lar said.
"I hope so. I like it here, I like your people, I would not like it if this world turned into a toxic wasteland, a dead world, and I doubt you would like it either," U'urmo'ot said.
"No, we would not," Ast'Lar agreed.
The ship settled down, looking for all the world like a big crystal and shining metal insect. A ramp lowered from the thorax and a group of six beings arranged around a seventh dressed in lavish wealth moved down the ramp.
The middle one, which Ast'Lar was pretty sure was a female, stopped the group with one upraised hand, looking around and sniffing the air. Ast'Lar noticed her guards all wore crystal and precious metal armor in an archaic design and carried swords rather than projectile weapons.
After a moment the group continued, moving slowly toward Ast'Lar and U'urmo'ot, whom Ast'Lar could tell was extremely nervous and more than slightly fearful. Once the lead two got close they drew their swords in a movement that made U'urmo'ot make a noise of distress and clatter back a few steps until he saw that the creatures were putting the tip of their blades against the asphalt in order to kneel down comfortably.
The middle figure, definitely a female, dressed in sheer silks and covered in jewelry, stepped forward and gave a slight curtsy toward Ast'Lar, although the movement was lost on the N'kar until her implant told her that it was a respectful greeting and that she should nod in return.
The female stood up straight, looking around. "I am Princess Ta'va'dee, servant and daughter of High Queen An'Dahl-Vee, whom has been tasked with healing your world. I am her herald and mouthpiece, honored ones," the female said.
Ast'Lar noted that the female's facial design was pleasing, with excellent symmetry and spacing.
"Welcome, Ta'va'dee," Ast'Lar said, giving the nod that her implant suggested.
"I greet you welcome, Princess Ta'va'dee, serveant and daughter of High Queen An'Dahl-Vee," U'urmo'ot said, doing his best to sound formal. Formality was something that was comforting and familiar to him and his distress eased as he understood he was talking to the representative of the Most High of Planetary Ecology Restoration.
"My Queen has informed me that this work will take some time, a work of decades, but the labors of the servants of the Queen are best done at a stately pace," Ta'va'dee said. She looked around, taking in the clear sky. "My mother is the ruler of the air and sea, of the land and water, the storm and the gentle breeze, and she has seen this world's sickness and cry for help."
Both Ast'Lar and U'urmo'ot stood silently as the woman breathed deep and looked around before fixing the two with a burning gaze.
"Our mother, the sea, must be healed first. Storms to clear away the dead, rain to bring forth life on the surface of the oceans, wind to heal the air," Ta'va'dee said. "Are you ready to commit to healing this world?"
Ast'Lar was surprised at how U'urmo'ot sounded so authoritative as he nodded.
"I am, herald. I have centuries left to live. How may I devote those years to bringing back the fish and coral?" he asked.
The elven princess, who was Born Whole, smiled at U'urmo'ot. "By serving my mother, of course," she said softly.
"And our small people?" Ast'Lar asked. "What of them?"
"Your people are in need of healing, as is your world," the elf said. "The Queen only asks that you live your lives and enjoy her grace."
Ast'Lar felt the whole thing was strange, she felt off balance. This was nothing like the directness of the Terrans.
The elf woman curtsied again. "I must return to my mother, let her know I have breathed the air of this world, and commune with her so that she may begin. Till we meet again," the elf turned and walked back to the ship, her guards around her.
"She's... different," Ast'Lar said, rubbing her fur as watching as the wings of the ship spread out again and the abdomen began to glow.
"I found her comforting," U'urmo'ot said softly.
"Really? She did not make you afraid?" Ast'Lar asked. "She's going to completely rebuild the world. Take control of the weather systems and more. I thought you were afraid of them using nanites."
U'urmo'ot watched the ship lift off, the abdomen wrapped in rainbow colors as it raised into the sky, almost appearing to be leisurely about the whole thing, as if flight was natural for the craft.
"Will you accompany me to my office, Postal Most High?" U'urmo'ot said.
Ast'Lar twitched her whiskers in surprise. "Of course, Most High."
She followed the Lanaktallan to his office slash apartment, watching as he moved over to the holodisplay. U'urmo'ot twiddled with the control a moment and the holodisplay came on, showing visuals of her planet.
Not how it was outside, but how it looked right after the Lanaktallan found them.
"This is what I saw in my office decades ago," U'urmo'ot said as the view swept over blue and green water, lush vegetation covering islands, bright coral, and lagoons of perfect clarity full of darting fish. He waved his hand and a dense city of plascrete and duralloy appeared, with no vegetation and a heavy oppressive feeling. Before Ast'Lar could ask U'urmo'ot shook his head and inflated his crests only to let them slowly deflate in a defeated feeling action. "This is where I was assigned when I saw those survey scans."
He waved his hand through the holodisplay, dismissing the images.
"I never saw a naturally growing plant until I reached here," U'urmo'ot said. "I learned how to fish by watching VR records of your people. When I got here, I despaired. Gone were the bright glowing night fish, the coral was all gray and dead. I fish and release them if I catch them, but most days I catch nothing."
Ast'Lar nodded. The same thing had happened to her people. More and more the nets were empty.
"A computer cannot feel the life that should be here," U'urmo'ot said. He shook his head. "A computer designed the cities I was born, grew up, and worked within. I would not trust a computer to guide the nanites to repair your world."
"But you trust the elf creature?" Ast'Lar asked.
U'urmo'ot nodded. "She is a living thing. Even if she was made in a lab and grown in a vat, she is still a living creature. She will understand this world like you or I, not like a computer."
Ast'Lar thought again of the beautiful images that had appeared on the holotank.
"I would trust her more than a VI," U'urmo'ot said. He looked Ast'Lar and signified amusement. "After all, I will be staying here to watch, to help restore this place to the beauty I would stare at for hours at a time in my apartment."
"You surprise me, Most High," Ast'Lar said quietly.
U'urmo'ot shrugged. "I just want to stand on the dock and fish. There is no surprise in that."
Ast'Lar just stayed silent.
"I just want to be left alone so I can fish. In order for that to happen, the world needs restored to its beauty," U'urmo'ot said.
Ast'Lar realized that he was telling the truth.
"Does it bother you that you are the only one of your kind on my planet?" she asked gently.
U'urmo'ot shook his head. "No. I am relieved."
"Why?"
"Because I know I will be left alone."
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The rain was coming down steadily, carrying the smell of harsh industrial chemicals and bitter metals, staining the concrete and asphalt. In some places graffiti ran off the concrete, leaving behind only the stains as paint washed into the trash filled gutters. Off in the distance gunfire could be heard as well as the sirens of LawSec. The clouds were black, obscuring the stars that most people had forgotten were there, replaced by neon signs.
A lone figure slumped through the alley, dressed in a heavy black trenchcoat, a hat pulled low over his brow to conceal his face, his hands covered by black leather gloves, and heavy black boots on his feet. He wove between the piles of garbage, some of them so old they had solidified into a compact mass no less enduring that the concrete walls of the alley. The figure moved up to a metal door and knocked twice, waiting a second, then knocking three times.
A slide pulled open, revealing a set of low-end cyber-eyes.
"What?" the voice growled.
The figure looked up, letting the eyes see his face.
The slide snapped shut and the heavy locks opened on the door. Thumping music could be heard from within, glimpses of neon light coming from further in, barely held back by the thick cloth covering the inner doorway. The figure on the other side of the door had the heavy, blocky look of industrial-prison strength augs, making the man seem lumpy and deformed.
The blocky man didn't bother patting down the lankier one, just moved aside then shut the door behind the figure in the trenchcoat. The figure pushed through, moving through a hallway lined with other people, wearing much less cloth and a lot more sweat and glitter. Chrome glimmered in the neon, powdered drugs vanished up nostrils, liquid intoxicants vanished into mouths, and hammering acoustics pummled the flesh.
The figure just slouched through the hall, taking a left and pushing through a doorway marked "EMERGENCY EXIT - NO EXIT", the door shutting out the sights and sounds of the illegal nightclub as the figure moved down the stairs.
At the bottom of the stairs was another heavy door, this one with a guard on either side. The guards said nothing, the left hand one silently opening the door for the newcomer, who moved through as if it was almost an effort to reach through the apathy to bother to go inside.
The music was back, different, a feeling of barely restrained anger and resentment carried through in the chords and tones. The neon came from displays rather than whirling lights, the chrome here didn't glimmer seductively, instead seeming almost threatening in the way it gleamed in the dim lights.
The figure moved to the back, where a round couch squatted around a low table covered with datachits, datacubes, credsticks, drugs, bottles of booze, and scattered glasses in various states of fullness. On the couch were a half dozen figures, male and female, all hairless primate bipeds. Most had colorful tattoos that flashed and sparkled and moved, all with neon colored hair, most of them with piercings in addition to their cyberware, which gleamed with chrome and dripped oil and expense in equal measure.
The newcomer said nothing, just sat down, leaning back against the couch and tugging the hat lower to conceal their features.
The conversation was part bragging, part trash talking, part speculation on what the job could possibly be. Most of them were hoping for a run against various companies, or maybe a snatch and grab, or maybe even security for a high profile VIP.
The newcomer said nothing. He ignored the others and they ignored him. Many of them considered the newcomer to possibly be a n00b to the whole thing. There was some speculative looks, a few questions, but nobody pushed it too far.
The newcomer didn't even seem to breathe, seemed almost as if they had expired after sitting down.
Finally a figure in a suit worth more than the cyberware on any of the individuals pushed through the crowd, guarded by three figures in body armor and making sure the pistols on their hips were obvious to everyone.
The suited figure had a chair brought up, sat down, and unfolded a small microcomp. He twiddled with the keyboard for a moment, bringing up a holodisplay, then looked everyone over.
"I am Mister Johnson," he said, almost unnecessarily.
The others all nodded.
"This is a multi-spectrum job. There is a research facility performing research that the people I represent are interested in," he stated.
The newcomer didn't move even though the others leaned forward slightly.
"Your target is a datastore that is removed from the net, which means you will have to penetrate the security of the target facility, access a terminal with connections to the datastore, and download the files my client desires and then extract the data from the facility," Mr. Johnson said.
The others all nodded.
"Any other data you acquire will either be purchased by my client or can be sold through your own fixers," Mr. Johnson stated. "Damage to the facility is acceptable, and collateral damage is expected."
That got broad smiles from the cybernetically enhanced males and females on the couch.
"Once you extract the data, you will move to the drop-off point. There you will meet with a liaison, who will pay you the remainder of your fee as well as negotiate for any additional data you have acquired," Mr. Johnson said. "My client is willing to pay 20% up front."
That got smiles and exclamations of glee from all but the newcomer, who still hadn't moved.
"To accept this job, simply slot your credstick, accept your payment, and the details will be loaded onto the credstick," Mr. Johnson said.
All six of the more active slotted their credstick, one by one hurrying out, until only the newcomer, Mr. Johnson, and his guards were at the table.
"Do you intend on taking part in this job?" Mr. Johnson asked the newcomer, who still hadn't moved.
"I like to know more before I accept," the newcomer said, still not looking up.
"Details are provided upon acceptance of the mission," Mr. Johnson stated.
"Who is the target? The subsidiary and the primary owning corp?" the newcomer asked.
"Details are only provided upon acceptance," Mr. Johnson said.
"Then I'm out," the newcomer said. "Feel free to enjoy your evening, Mr. Johnson."
The suited figure cocked an eyebrow. "The terms were acceptable to your compatriots."
"They are not my compatriots, my peers, or my friends," the newcomer said. "Just as they are merely useful idiots to you."
The suited figure went still a moment. "Very well. Enjoy your evening."
The newcomer didn't move as Mr. Johnson gathered up the microcomp and stood up, his guards pushing an opening into the crowd that the suited figure vanished into.
A female with a black cybernetic arm moved out of the shadows, where she had been standing against the wall with many others, sitting down.
"Didn't like the job?" she asked.
"No."
"We've had to be careful lately. Still waiting for the fallout?" she asked.
The newcomer nodded. "There's new players. Not player players, but something moving in the shadows," the newcomer looked up, his cybernetic eyes glinting in the light. "I'm getting a bad feeling. Rumor says the old players are back and have new tricks."
A group of chromed, tattooed, and neon haired individuals suddenly appeared out of thin air on the couch next to the pair. They all sat perfectly still for a moment, then began introducing themselves to one another.
"N00bz," Trenchcoat said.
"Lots of them. No pain rigs either," the woman noted.
It was easy to tell, they didn't bother with the drinks, the drugs, the stims, since they got no biofeedback from the system.
"What do we do?" the woman asked. She rubbed her black cyberarm. "We're the only two left from our guild."
Trenchcoat stood up, looked around, and motioned at her to follow. They wove between the terminals and the dancers, heading back up to the club. Once up there they pushed their way through the crowd, noting that more and more of them had the dense feeling of reality behind them. They moved to a table, both ordering drinks.
"Sammy Chop Chop and Dangerous Dan are both dead," the female said. "Street buzz says it's megacorp or feddy related."
"No. If it was feddy, their meat woulda been whacked, if it was corp there'd be some kind of notice in the game. They were taken out somehow. Something different," Trenchcoat said. He waved his hand. "Look at them all, dancing here. It disgusts me."
The woman shook her head. "They just know it was an important place during The War."
"It was a hospital. The place should still ring with the screams of the dying," Trenchcoat said. "The Smaugs got in and killed everyone in here, almost got you. Now they're dancing and stimming and just want to brag to their friends that they partied at The Aid Station."
The woman sighed. "You need to relax."
Trenchcoat shook his head. "I can't. I'm warning you, warning everyone, there's something out there. It learned, or it's respecting the rules this time, or something. But in the last two months most of the Old Chrome is dead."
"Or in hiding. Like you," the woman said. She opened her mouth to say more when Trenchcoat suddenly moved. He was so fast he was a blur, reflexes tweaked so high by cyberware that they surpassed inhuman and went into almost supernatural. He kicked the table up, vat grown tailored muscle powering the table up even as he dropped to the ground and did a sweep kick that knocked her chair to the side.
The figure behind her was tall, dressed in an old War jacket with pins on it, his hair shut, a square jaw, and bulky with slabware. His hand missed grabbing the woman's hair, his other hand coming out of his jacket with a heavy autoloader pistol that shined in the neon.
Trenchcoat rolled on his side as the figure leveled its pistol and started firing, the shots narrowly missing the rolling man, who got his trenchcoat open to reveal a sawed off pump action shotgun.
The crowd was screaming, some surging away, others surging forward with their comlinks out, hoping to get a good shot they could put up on GalNet.
Trenchcoat fired once, the shot taking the big figure in the chest and knocking him down. Trenchcoat got up on one knee, grabbing the woman's jacket and heaving her to her feet.
"We've gotta move," Trenchcoat said. Half of the crowd was trying to get closer or trying to get away, the rest were dancing like nothing was happening.
The big figure stood up as Trenchcoat and the woman scrambled to their feet. He pulled a short blocky looking black SMG out of his jacket and started shooting a tight burst, the weapon barely moving in his hand as he easily controlled the recoil.
Trenchcoat and the woman ducked low, the woman pulling a smoke grenade from her jacket and dropping it on the ground.
The figure stepped forward, scanning the now screaming crowd, the end of the barrel sweeping around like a snake's head. A dozen had been killed by the short bursts and now the crowd was taking it seriously.
There
The figure fired off another burst, narrowly missing the target, the last of the magazine rattling away. The figure looked at the weapon and started to reload it, not bothering to take cover. Trenchcoat popped back up with the shotgun and shot the figure once, twice, three times in the chest, pumping the action of the shotgun.
The figure didn't go down this time.
The female kicked open the fire door and lunged out into the alley. "Come on!" she yelled.
The smoke grenade was hissing out, filling the club with even thicker smoke.
Trenchcoat lunged and scrambled for the door, barely getting out into the rain and slamming the door before light SMG rounds plinked into the door with the rattle of hail on a tin roof.
"An Arnie, they're using Arnie's," the woman gasped as they ran down the alley. "You were right, Crashrider, they're back."
"Told you," he gasped. "We gotta get to Sal's. We gotta warn everyone."
In the no-frills apartment, on a world nobody cared about, that produced nothing of real value, hundreds of light years from any front, Eegleet's meat body shivered with how close he'd come to getting killed.
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2020.07.09 18:54 Toma_L Toma Impressions Update: 203 Games commented, ranked and rated

Toma Impressions Update: 203 Games commented, ranked and rated
Hey everyone, quick update on my progress from last week. You can also just follow the itch collection over here: https://itch.io/c/915453/quick-impressions-bundle-for-racial-justice
Pyre is obviously great, but my biggest surprises were: Bad Blood - Absolutely fantastic local coop stealth arena. Absolutely tr this if you have a friend over.
The Village Monsters - Very relaxed mix of Animal Crossing, Harvest Moon and Undertale.
The Away Team - Fantastic concept to mix interactive fiction with team management and space exploration risk/reward systems.
Ganbare Super Strikers is another personal favourite of mine for its tactical socceblitzball gameplay, but it definitely has some pacing issues.
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https://supergiant-games.itch.io/pyre
https://preview.redd.it/3r6nhc4b2v951.jpg?width=1920&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=38ea775d340644a8019044eebca818f35185de85
Pyre is a fantastic journey with very tense and exciting realtime tactical "sports" combat, an intriguing story and some cool choices over the course of the campaign, which affects your progress and playstyles. The art style is fantastic and compliments the characters and this weird and original mix of a colorful and dark background theme very well, its just incredbly beautiful, solemn and polished. This is definitely one of the best games in the bundle, but it also might swallow you up hole as this isnt an affair you'll be done with in a single evening. Very wholesome and worthwhile package with characters you'll remember long after the game is over and a lot of fun to be had during the matches. 5/5
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https://josh-bossie.itch.io/village-monsters
https://preview.redd.it/wududg9c2v951.png?width=1920&format=png&auto=webp&s=f9981016200f3deeec00b8870ff62ac0bb45a40e
How... is this game so good without anyone knowing about it? Its a very relaxed town "sim", that plays like a mix of Animal Crossings laid back charme, Undertales characters and Harvest Moons mechanics. What really gets me is how much effort and thought the developer put into ever single of these characters, making this a very wholesome and relaxing experience that you want to go back to. You are the last human and live among Monsters, fishing, hunting, farming, spelunking, digging for treasure, searching for the secrets of the world and getting to know an immeasurably adorable and likable cast of characters. Still not fully finished, but great stuff. 4,5/5
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https://wsong.itch.io/badblood
https://preview.redd.it/3vjybo7d2v951.png?width=2356&format=png&auto=webp&s=e9558e037a910117beae4e9bd3fb7ec60a687316
Local 2 player splitscreen stealth arena and... holy crap this is good. Lets start with the fact that its a stealth game where you see the opponents screen. These madmen actually found a way to make that work and incorporate that aspects into game mechanics that can be used to subtly confuse you or be obfuscated if you want to change what your opponent is seeing. Rustling grass and walking too quickly gives your position away, but you also need to keep track of landmarks and thorns to plan your route to your opponent. The game also has 4 different characters with different movement, kill and special abilities and 2 different modes that shake up how you play. Easy to pickup, hard to master, the game really could use a decent tutorial for a new pair of players, but this is a beautiful and surprisingly complex stealth death match. 4,5/5
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https://underflow-studios.itch.io/the-away-team
https://preview.redd.it/c9p06zme2v951.png?width=1920&format=png&auto=webp&s=06460a5fb16dca50c3474b302d9ad81f0cd3160b
I absolutely love this. This interactive fiction adventure tries to mix a very text heavy sci fi story that is seriously well written and has me hooked with a bit of crew management and risk/reward mechanics for exploration/progression. You are the last known ship of humanity (literally, because you are the AI of the ship), trying to find a new home. You choose a band of survivors or create your own and venture out into the unknown. The clear highlights are the well written scenarios. I dont want to spoil anything here, but they do a great job introducing interesting setups, allowing you to make some tough choices and even giving you some challenges to replay it based on what your "AI goal" might be. It could do with more event randomization as they are relatively static if you come in with the same group on a future playthrough, but this is a great text based adventure and original concept. 4,5/5
You need to install https://openal.org/downloads/oalinst.zip to run it.
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https://bootdiskrevolution.itch.io/bleed
https://preview.redd.it/ap7up8qg2v951.jpg?width=1280&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=1104ef6a5253eff41e784a4a65650fb9ca994cb3
Although the second game (also in the bundle) tops it in almost every regard, the first Bleed is still a challenging and fun action platformer with cool boss fights, highscores, upgrades between levels, fancy ass bullet time and dashing combat maneuvers and some cool level mechanics. Compared to Bleed 2 especially it feels a lot more "Indie", the levels design is a bit simpler and the combat isnt quite as jawdroppingly exciting but its just a damn good action platformer. 4/5
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https://linker.itch.io/polymute
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A unique adventure puzzle game, where you dont collect items, but forms of the plants and animals around you that you can transform in to solve puzzles. Need to get through a crack? Turn in a worm. Need to get over the water? Turn into something light for a frog to carry you over. The game seems simple, but quickly shows how much more content its hiding once you get a few more forms and it becomes less obvious how to uncover any given secret. It has a lovely old school charm, but the controls and UI are a bit frustrating occasionally, especially when you just want to try different possible solutions. Absolutely worth checking out still however. 3,5/5
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https://marafrass.itch.io/clam-man
https://preview.redd.it/3l5aw4ak2v951.jpg?width=1920&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=0c3faf099b0fcd63a8a4085bdf9e0c30375884b5
Point & Click adventure game that is less about inventory items and more about the story and weirdness in everything around you. I really adore these adventure games that try hide a lot of content and references in every nook and cranny that you dont really need to interact with. There is a lot of heart in this small story if you have the patience to explore the life of this everyday clam and the case of the missing job. 3,5/5
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https://dear-villagers.itch.io/another-lost-phone-lauras-story
This is the sequel to "A normal lost phone", that is also in the bundle. You find a phone and your curiosity gets you to poke around in its data, apps and contacts. I really like these type of games and enjoyed the tone, pacing and overall story more than in the first game. it doesnt really add anything to the formula that the first one invented however, which is a bit disappointing. Still a good and unique style of puzzle game that requires a different kind of problem solving than most other games. 3,5/5
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https://graffiti-games.itch.io/double-cross
https://preview.redd.it/c1h1i7ol2v951.png?width=1920&format=png&auto=webp&s=c98c6481ef5df8952face02b0f62d46af3af839f
There are a lot of things I like about this game. Its an action platformer with the unique premise of needing to save parallel worlds as part of an agency in charge of keeping the integrity of all parallel universes intact. The game has some well designed characters, intriguing story beats, some fun combat mechanics including a beat em up style combo system and I really wanted to see it continue. Its more on the easy side, and that coupled with its tendency for a relatively simplistic level design does detract from my enjoyment a bit however. 3,5/5
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https://rese.itch.io/ganbare-super-strikers
https://preview.redd.it/paocsh0n2v951.png?width=1544&format=png&auto=webp&s=65b6d148f459c3725eb6756978cfa974684d011d
Turnbased Tactical Soccer game (Basicailly Blitzball if you played Final Fantasy X). I have a huge fondness for this type of game, as I love that these are games where the tactical RPG formula of positioning, levelling up and special moves offer a non combat themed way to engage with it tactical ideas. I enjoy this a lot, but it definitely could use more polishing, better music, sound and visual design and I get the impression that the more free flowing encounters of Inazuma Eleven are just better suited to this particular subgenre as turn based slows down the game quiet a bit. Still, very enjoyable tactical shenanigans. 3,5/5
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https://jellyteam.itch.io/super-slime-arena
https://preview.redd.it/u8lol9yv2v951.png?width=1920&format=png&auto=webp&s=fc9e15e9ec37b0895267b1024af67b85e7383197
Pretty cool little Arena Fighter with slimes of different sizes and abilities. Currently the modes are still a little limited, as there arent any online matches unless you have a few people setting it up. Other than that its a great party vs game with some really cool abilities and quite a few different modes. They are working on bots so you also have some singleplayer content, but especially if you have a few friends around, this is really dope. 3,5/5
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https://postmortempixels.itch.io/nextjump
https://preview.redd.it/ijl49rfx2v951.png?width=1748&format=png&auto=webp&s=d852a141d6821c6836b55b4d975b6149aaf006a7
Strategy game with shmup flavor, where you get a few moves and then everything on screen moves. Your task is to kill enemies, change your position to avoid the incoming bullets or mines to hit you. Due to that, it has some cool emergent tactical decisions you need to make every turn to continue fighting, save yourself or collect more scraps. More currency to upgrade but risk damage or just play it safe? The game is a bit short and there isnt a whole lot of content to go through, but its a really cool little game genre crossover thats absolutely worth checking out. 3,5/5
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https://cardboardkeep.itch.io/puzzle-puppers
https://preview.redd.it/v93opyry2v951.png?width=1922&format=png&auto=webp&s=c9ae42ab198bd83af69ec459db3a5129dcd74ae4
Good puzzle game, thats basically a line drawing game where the lines/dogs are not allowed to intersect while reaching the goal. The puzzle mechanics are solid, but its clearly a mobile design, as the UI and the controls do feel a bit uncomfortable on PC. If you enjoy these type of games, this is a solid collection of puzzles to chew through that add a few more things to consider when you go through the levels. 3/5
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https://boreal-tenebrae.itch.io/boreal-tales
https://i.redd.it/28zrgod03v951.gif
Ps1 era inspired mystery horror adventure game that has some seriously intriguing aspects. The mood is great, the story has me hooked, I enjoy the low poly art style and movement, clearly reminiscent of older top down adventure games and it just has a ton of varied ideas for its story. Unfortunately, the game has so many bugs that I find it hard to outright recommend it. If you are the type who manages to bite through the surface issues, there is a very intriguing story beat here. 3/5
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https://merlandese.itch.io/last-word
https://preview.redd.it/2h9de5l13v951.png?width=640&format=png&auto=webp&s=de7925448764f528827a51dd34240847073443fa
An RPG where the battle mechanics are focussed on an abstracted conversational theme. I really like the idea of it: You are invited to a home party where the task is to get the final word in a conversation. You do that by choosing RPG style battle options about aggressive/submissive choices against your conversational opponent in a rock/papescissors manner that in turn affect different energy bars, like power or tact that enable you to choose different powers. Unfortunately this idea gets abstracted so much, that the theme hardly matters anymore and is just a backdrop to a very simple numbers game. Lovely idea that doesnt really land. 2,5/5
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https://modus-interactive.itch.io/sanguine-sanctum
https://preview.redd.it/9eq03cj23v951.png?width=1920&format=png&auto=webp&s=c9158f7cd81a2423a15c8a095248b81ac70ae1c5
Cool little atmospheric "Horror" exploration game. I liked the PS1 era inspired graphics and overall presentation, but the actual content is a bit less inspired. The game focusses a lot on walking around until you find the solution to simple environmental puzzles. If you are into these type of games, you'll enjoy this as well, but the missing depth, intrigue and "horror" leave me a bit lukewarm on tihs title. 2,5/5
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https://tristan-dahl.itch.io/lingotopia
https://preview.redd.it/w4qwl7d43v951.png?width=1800&format=png&auto=webp&s=d699d7882ee98edb7650315e5dd3d42814533e1b
Game that actually tries and is somewhat successful in teaching language. You want to dabble in learning Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Russian or Spanish? Then This could be pretty intriguing, it even offers fan made translations for other languages and overall, I absolutely love the idea. You are stranded in a world with a language you dont understand and you slowly learn the individual words through repetition. I walked by so many trash cans, that I probably will remember now that Gomi is trash and Gomibako trash can in japanese. Unfortunately, it seems VERY rough around the edges game wise. No clear indication where to go, no quests, no map, bugs here and there etc. Its rough, but also pretty unique. 2,5/5
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https://rainsdowne.itch.io/the-rainsdowne-players
https://preview.redd.it/ugluu6h73v951.png?width=855&format=png&auto=webp&s=a3051f5a29a0cf53cbcbea17bb4fe0cb06089a25
Adventure game/RPG hybrid about 2 theatre actors who are trying to improve their play by getting inspiration from the people and activities around them. The setup is original and the game has a lot of content with a lot of background story, minigames and different play cards to collect. Those play cards are then used to set up the individual acts of the play to create a different story performed for the audience, which for example is played by evading items thrown at the actors. There is a lot of cool setup here, but the gameplay isnt really supporting the whole concept well enough. Still worth checking out if you enjoy unique RPG settings. 2,5/5
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https://eselsi.itch.io/rooftop-cop
https://preview.redd.it/gqud9q1b3v951.png?width=1280&format=png&auto=webp&s=0fd967a9258571af32b4c68d580b09612410d093
Collection of 5 small experimental games set to an ambient music album. Some of these have a very intriguing style and concept that could be turned into really deep and fulfilling games, but serve more as a experiential slices here. It is a cool little crossmedia experimental game, but its missing a bit of focus and the experiences are very hit or miss. 2/5
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https://dean-sick.itch.io/cosmic-rochambo
https://i.redd.it/nkc6akvd3v951.gif
I was funnily enough reminded of Rebop Blasters (also in this bundle) and Rebop is apparently the spiritual successor of Rochambo, which shows in many areas. Rochambo isnt as fun, polished or well thought out as Rebop, as the gameplay systems dont really make a cohesive whole, even if the basic idea and style definitely is there. I found it more tedious than fun, but since Rebop is in the bundle, check that one out if you want a 2 player indie fighter! 2/5
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https://wolfgame.itch.io/silverquest-gaiden
https://preview.redd.it/38cz950h3v951.png?width=860&format=png&auto=webp&s=fdf3635584b0c08c74c301b8c81d5a802df8a583
Very early alpha of a 1 colo1 bit roguelike. The fundamentals are there, but its currently still missing the actual game. Menus arent fully implemented, some features outright dont work, its just an endless dungeon without actual goal or variety as far as I can tell. You can play a lyre, but its unclear which requirements even need to be met to equip items that might or might not have descriptions. Cool art style, but no substance yet as its an early alpha. As the last update is from 2014, this is unlikely to get continued anytime soon. Cool as a little early development slice of a roguelike. 1,5/5
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2020.07.07 16:17 AceroInoxidable Answers to the question 'What are the best short stories ever written?' from a few days ago

A few days ago I asked here and on other subreddits "What's the best short story ever", and I immediately received more than 400 responses. 442 recommendations, to be exact.
I only wanted a few ideas for my book club (originally located in Madrid, Spain, although we're gathering online since the apocalypse started) because we're discussing short stories in English, but now I have a lot of... statistical data.
And these are the results, that of course are very US-centric, which is normal as most subreddits were American.
The most voted stories were:
Title Author Recommendations
The Lottery Shirley Jackson 10
A Good Man Is Hard To Find Flannery O'Connor 8
The Yellow Wallpaper Charlotte Perkins Gilman 7
Short Stories Jorge Luis Borges 6
The Last Question Isaac Asimov 6
The Veldt Ray Bradbury 5
Harrison Bergeron Kurt Vonnegut 4
Short Stories Anton Chekhov 4
The Dead James Joyce 4
The Egg Andy Weir 4
A Perfect Day For Bananafish J. D. Salinger 3
A Rose For Emily William Faulkner 3
Boule De Suif Guy de Maupassant 3
Flowers For Algernon (Short Version) Daniel Keyes 3
Liking What You See Ted Chiang 3
Metamorphosis Franz Kafka 3
Short Stories Nikolai Gogol 3
The Cask Of Amontillado Edgar Allan Poe 3
The Distance Of The Moon Italo Calvino 3
The Husband Stitch Carmen Maria Machado 3
The Jaunt Stephen King 3
The Necklace Guy de Maupassant 3
The Siren Lampedusa 3
The Tell-Tale Heart Edgar Allan Poe 3
To Build A Fire Jack London 3
Notes:
The list above, however, doesn't show important information, because sometimes an author was recommended a lot, but the votes were scattered along many different of their stories. Therefore, I did a dynamic table on Excel to find out which authors were more recommended in total:
Author Recommendations
Ray Bradbury 16
Edgar Allan Poe 15
Jorge Luis Borges 15
Stephen King 13
Shirley Jackson 12
Ernest Hemingway 12
Alice Munro 10
Flannery O'Connor 10
Anton Chekhov 9
Isaac Asimov 8
H. P. Lovecraft 8
Guy de Maupassant 8
Ted Chiang 8
Nikolai Gogol 7
Kurt Vonnegut 7
Raymond Carver 7
James Joyce 7
Charlotte Perkins Gilman 7
Haruki Murakami 4
Andy Weir 4
Carmen Maria Machado 4
James Baldwin 4
Roald Dahl 4
Franz Kafka 4
Julio Cortazar 4
Of course, the results were quite different, as the table above shows different recommendations compared to the "per story" votes.
Quite interesting. Anyways, here's the complete list of short stories suggestions (Google Sheets document) in case you want to see the ones that were not recommended by many readers, which were, mostly, the non-classic and non-famous works:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/16p9TYFXkVVjJ5yFUHYOs5HHqdMwa0BlPh8DJVD5wDWI/edit?usp=sharing
Thank you all for your recommendations and excuse my crappy English. Feel free to join us for a discussion at Ciervo Blanco Book Club anytime! We sure have now many texts to talk about :-)
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2020.07.07 16:15 AceroInoxidable Answers to the question 'What are the best short stories ever written?' from a few days ago

A few days ago I asked here and on other subreddits "What's the best short story ever", and I immediately received more than 400 responses. 442 recommendations, to be exact.
I only wanted a few ideas for my book club (originally located in Madrid, Spain, although we're gathering online since the apocalypse started) because we're discussing short stories in English, but now I have a lot of... statistical data.
And these are the results.
The most voted stories were:
Title Author Recommendations
The Lottery Shirley Jackson 10
A Good Man Is Hard To Find Flannery O'Connor 8
The Yellow Wallpaper Charlotte Perkins Gilman 7
Short Stories Jorge Luis Borges 6
The Last Question Isaac Asimov 6
The Veldt Ray Bradbury 5
Harrison Bergeron Kurt Vonnegut 4
Short Stories Anton Chekhov 4
The Dead James Joyce 4
The Egg Andy Weir 4
A Perfect Day For Bananafish J. D. Salinger 3
A Rose For Emily William Faulkner 3
Boule De Suif Guy de Maupassant 3
Flowers For Algernon (Short Version) Daniel Keyes 3
Liking What You See Ted Chiang 3
Metamorphosis Franz Kafka 3
Short Stories Nikolai Gogol 3
The Cask Of Amontillado Edgar Allan Poe 3
The Distance Of The Moon Italo Calvino 3
The Husband Stitch Carmen Maria Machado 3
The Jaunt Stephen King 3
The Necklace Guy de Maupassant 3
The Siren Lampedusa 3
The Tell-Tale Heart Edgar Allan Poe 3
To Build A Fire Jack London 3
Notes:
The list above, however, misses some important information, because sometimes an author was recommended a lot, but the votes were scattered along many different of their stories. Therefore, I did a dynamic table on Excel to find out which authors were more recommended in total:
Author Recommendations
Ray Bradbury 16
Edgar Allan Poe 15
Jorge Luis Borges 15
Stephen King 13
Shirley Jackson 12
Ernest Hemingway 12
Alice Munro 10
Flannery O'Connor 10
Anton Chekhov 9
Isaac Asimov 8
H. P. Lovecraft 8
Guy de Maupassant 8
Ted Chiang 8
Nikolai Gogol 7
Kurt Vonnegut 7
Raymond Carver 7
James Joyce 7
Charlotte Perkins Gilman 7
Haruki Murakami 4
Andy Weir 4
Carmen Maria Machado 4
James Baldwin 4
Roald Dahl 4
Franz Kafka 4
Julio Cortazar 4
Of course, the results were quite different, as the table above shows divergent recommendations compared to the "per story" votes.
Quite interesting. Anyways, here's the complete list of short stories suggestions (Google Sheets document) in case you want to read the ones that were not recommended by many readers, which were, mostly, the non-classic and non-famous works:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/16p9TYFXkVVjJ5yFUHYOs5HHqdMwa0BlPh8DJVD5wDWI/edit?usp=sharing
Thank you all for your recommendations and excuse my crappy English. Feel free to join us for a discussion at Ciervo Blanco Book Club anytime! We sure have now many texts to talk about :-)
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2020.07.07 16:14 AceroInoxidable Answers To The Question 'What Are The Best Short Stories Ever Written?' From A Few Days Ago

A few days ago I asked here and on other subreddits "What's the best short story ever", and I immediately received more than 400 responses. 442 recommendations, to be exact.
I only wanted a few ideas for my book club (originally located in Madrid, Spain, although we're gathering online since the apocalypse started) because we're discussing short stories in English, but now I have a lot of... statistical data.
And these are the results.
The most voted stories were:
Title Author Recommendations
The Lottery Shirley Jackson 10
A Good Man Is Hard To Find Flannery O'Connor 8
The Yellow Wallpaper Charlotte Perkins Gilman 7
Short Stories Jorge Luis Borges 6
The Last Question Isaac Asimov 6
The Veldt Ray Bradbury 5
Harrison Bergeron Kurt Vonnegut 4
Short Stories Anton Chekhov 4
The Dead James Joyce 4
The Egg Andy Weir 4
A Perfect Day For Bananafish J. D. Salinger 3
A Rose For Emily William Faulkner 3
Boule De Suif Guy de Maupassant 3
Flowers For Algernon (Short Version) Daniel Keyes 3
Liking What You See Ted Chiang 3
Metamorphosis Franz Kafka 3
Short Stories Nikolai Gogol 3
The Cask Of Amontillado Edgar Allan Poe 3
The Distance Of The Moon Italo Calvino 3
The Husband Stitch Carmen Maria Machado 3
The Jaunt Stephen King 3
The Necklace Guy de Maupassant 3
The Siren Lampedusa 3
The Tell-Tale Heart Edgar Allan Poe 3
To Build A Fire Jack London 3
Notes:
The list above, however, doesn't show important information, because sometimes an author was recommended a lot, but the votes were scattered along many different of their stories. Therefore, I did a dynamic table on Excel to find out which authors were more recommended in total:
Author Recommendations
Ray Bradbury 16
Edgar Allan Poe 15
Jorge Luis Borges 15
Stephen King 13
Shirley Jackson 12
Ernest Hemingway 12
Alice Munro 10
Flannery O'Connor 10
Anton Chekhov 9
Isaac Asimov 8
H. P. Lovecraft 8
Guy de Maupassant 8
Ted Chiang 8
Nikolai Gogol 7
Kurt Vonnegut 7
Raymond Carver 7
James Joyce 7
Charlotte Perkins Gilman 7
Haruki Murakami 4
Andy Weir 4
Carmen Maria Machado 4
James Baldwin 4
Roald Dahl 4
Franz Kafka 4
Julio Cortazar 4
Of course, the results were quite different, as the table above shows different recommendations compared to the "per story" votes.
Quite interesting. Anyways, here's the complete list of short stories suggestions if you want to see the ones that were not recommended by many readers (Google Sheets document), which were, mostly the non-classic and non-famous works:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/16p9TYFXkVVjJ5yFUHYOs5HHqdMwa0BlPh8DJVD5wDWI/edit?usp=sharing
Thank you all for your recommendations and excuse my crappy English. Feel free to join us for a discussion at Ciervo Blanco Book Club anytime! We sure have now many texts to talk about :-)
submitted by AceroInoxidable to suggestmeastory [link] [comments]


2020.07.07 16:11 AceroInoxidable Answers to the Question 'What are the best short stories ever written?' from a few days ago

A few days ago I asked here and on other subreddits "What's the best short story ever", and I immediately received more than 400 responses. 442 recommendations, to be exact.
I only wanted a few ideas for my book club (originally located in Madrid, Spain, although we're gathering online since the apocalypse started) because we're discussing short stories in English, but now I have a lot of... statistical data.
And these are the results. Quite US-centered, which is normal because most people on these subreddits are American.
The most voted stories were:
Title Author Recommendations
The Lottery Shirley Jackson 10
A Good Man Is Hard To Find Flannery O'Connor 8
The Yellow Wallpaper Charlotte Perkins Gilman 7
Short Stories Jorge Luis Borges 6
The Last Question Isaac Asimov 6
The Veldt Ray Bradbury 5
Harrison Bergeron Kurt Vonnegut 4
Short Stories Anton Chekhov 4
The Dead James Joyce 4
The Egg Andy Weir 4
A Perfect Day For Bananafish J. D. Salinger 3
A Rose For Emily William Faulkner 3
Boule De Suif Guy de Maupassant 3
Flowers For Algernon (Short Version) Daniel Keyes 3
Liking What You See Ted Chiang 3
Metamorphosis Franz Kafka 3
Short Stories Nikolai Gogol 3
The Cask Of Amontillado Edgar Allan Poe 3
The Distance Of The Moon Italo Calvino 3
The Husband Stitch Carmen Maria Machado 3
The Jaunt Stephen King 3
The Necklace Guy de Maupassant 3
The Siren Lampedusa 3
The Tell-Tale Heart Edgar Allan Poe 3
To Build A Fire Jack London 3
Notes:
The list above, however, is missing some important information, because sometimes an author was recommended a lot, but the votes were scattered through many different stories by the same writer. Therefore, I did a pivot table on Excel to find out which authors were more recommended in total:
Author Recommendations
Ray Bradbury 16
Edgar Allan Poe 15
Jorge Luis Borges 15
Stephen King 13
Shirley Jackson 12
Ernest Hemingway 12
Alice Munro 10
Flannery O'Connor 10
Anton Chekhov 9
Isaac Asimov 8
H. P. Lovecraft 8
Guy de Maupassant 8
Ted Chiang 8
Nikolai Gogol 7
Kurt Vonnegut 7
Raymond Carver 7
James Joyce 7
Charlotte Perkins Gilman 7
Haruki Murakami 4
Andy Weir 4
Carmen Maria Machado 4
James Baldwin 4
Roald Dahl 4
Franz Kafka 4
Julio Cortazar 4
The results were quite different, as the table above shows divergent recommendations compared to the "per story" votes.
Quite interesting. Anyways, here's the complete list of short stories suggestions (Google Sheets document) in case you want to see the ones that were not recommended by many readers, which were, mostly, the non-classic and non-famous works:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/16p9TYFXkVVjJ5yFUHYOs5HHqdMwa0BlPh8DJVD5wDWI/edit?usp=sharing
Thank you all for your recommendations and excuse my crappy English. Feel free to join us for a discussion at Ciervo Blanco Book Club anytime! We sure have now many texts to talk about :-)
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2020.07.03 16:02 earnshavian Did Imelda Staunton play another witch before Dolores Umbridge?

Watching the 1990 movie of “The Witches” by Roald Dahl I noticed someone who resembles both Umbridge and Imelda. She’s not credited, I assume because she was an extra hence the absence of IMDB data or photos. Witches 1990 clips of Imelda Staunton?
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2020.07.01 09:36 SolaceInfotech What Is Deno? Is It A Replacement For Node.js?

If you have used Node.js, but don’t like its packet manager npm or you want a more secure JavaScript runtime environment than Node.js, then deno is there for you.

What Is Deno?

Deno is a new runtime for JavaScript and TypeScript, created by Ryan Dahl- the creator of Node.js. It is intended to fix the design problems in Node.js. Like Node.js, Deno is essentially a shell around the Google V8 JavaScript engine, even though unlike Node.js it includes the TypeScript compiler in its executable image.

JavaScript And Deno-

According to Dahl, Javascript lacked some features that are useful for Node.js. Some of these are added to JavaScript over the years as a part of the ECMAScript (ES) standard. Javascript has callbacks and events forever, but it can make the code more complicated particularly when you need to chain asynchronous actions. Syntax is more readable with Promises. Promise is a returned object that represents the eventual completion or failure of asynchronous operation, to which you can attach callbacks. Declaration of a function async simplifies the syntax and allow you to use await in the function to pause in non-blocking way until the promise settles.
At the time of Node.js creation, the de facto standard for JavaScript modules was CommonJS, which npm supports. Afterward, ECMAScript committee officially support a different standard, ES Modules which jspm supports. ES Modules are supported by Deno.
TypeScript is a typed superset of JavaScript. It compiles to plain JavaScript. TypeScript adds optional types, classes and modules to JavaScript and supports tools for large-scale javascript applications. Deno includes an image of the TypeScript compiler as a part of its runtime. If you pass a TypeScript file to Deno, it will first compile it to JavaScript and after that pass to V8 engine.

Features of Deno-

1. Security (permissions)-

One of the most important features of Deno is- Focus on security. Deno executes the code in a sandbox, means runtime doesn’t have access to- File system, Network, Execution of other scripts, and the environment variables.
How does the permission system works?
(async () => { const encoder = new TextEncoder(); const data = encoder.encode('Hello world\n'); await Deno.writeFile('hello.txt', data); await Deno.writeFile('hello2.txt', data); })(); 
According to the above example, script creates two files- hello.txt and hello2.txt with the message Hello world. The code has no access to the file system, as it is being executed in the sandbox. Deno namespace provides many fundamental helper functions. With the use of namespace, we are losing the browser compatibility.
When we run it with execution of-
deno run write-hello.ts 
We are notified with following warning-
⚠️Deno requests write access to "/Users/usefoldehello.txt". Grant? [a/y/n/d (a = allow always, y = allow once, n = deny once, d = deny always)] 
If we select the allow always option, we will get the access only at once. It we will select deny option, it will show the PermissionDenied message and we will not have any error-handling logic.
Now, if we use the following command to execute the script-
deno run --allow-write write-hello.ts 
Both files are created and there are no prompts.
Beside the –allow-write flag for the file system, there are some other flags are available to enable network requests, access the environment and to run subprocesses and these are –allow-net, –allow-env, and –allow-run respectively.

2. Modules-

Deno, loads modules by URLs. Most of you will be confused by an import statement with URL like-
import { assertEquals } from "https://deno.land/std/testing/asserts.ts"; 
With the use of URLs, deno packages can be distributed without a centralized registry such as npm. When we import the code by URL, it is possible for package creators to host their code where they see fit- decentralization at its finest. No extra package.json and node_modules.
At the start of application, deno downloads imported modules and caches them. As they are cached, Deno will not download them until we particularly ask for it with the –reload flag.

Comparing Deno With Node.js-

1. Architecture-

Like Node.js, Deno is based on Chromium’s V8 JavaScript engine and its makes use of event-driven, non-blocking architecture. Both differ in the languages they’re written in. Node.js use C++ with libuv with its I/O library and Deno use rust with Tokio.

2. API-

For API, Deno is its thing. Everything is written with Typescript and async API is based on Promises. Main functionalities are restricted, while other can be found in the Standard Library. From an overview, it looks nice but when you came to know that API changes means hard time converting Node.js codebase to Deno.

3. ES Modules-

Current module system of Node.js is CommonJS, even though the standard for JS has been ESM. Node.js support ESM but this feature is (v14.x.x) marked as experimental, forcing the JS community to use either one or other.
Here come the Deno with spoort of its ESM and ESM-only module.

4. Security-

It is one of the most important points. When compared to Node.js, it sandboxes the execute code and allows access to selected parts of the system. Means access to disk, network and sub-processes can be easily limited by passing the appropriate flags.

5. Dependency Management-

Deno brings changes to dependency management. Deno takes a complete different approach to dependencies. Regardless of having an NPM like registry and package manager, Deno imports and uses dependencies from URLs-
import { serve } from "https://deno.land/[email protected]/http/server.ts"; const s = serve({ port: 8000 }); console.log("http://localhost:8000/"); for await (const req of s) { req.respond({ body: "Hello World\n" }); } 
Then the downloaded modules, are stored on your machine. That means no node_modules anymore!
Deno also gets rid of omnipotent package.json file. There are not alternative to it other than deps.ts file, that acts like a re-directing type of file for external modules:
export { assert } from "https://deno.land/[email protected]/testing/asserts.ts"; export { green, bold } from "https://deno.land/[email protected]/fmt/colors.ts"; 
For NPM registry, deno can now load dependencies from URLs and is not required with Node.js. If you are interested in such an option, Deno provides its own package hosting.
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2020.06.17 16:08 DramaticPatience0 20 Jobs in Minneapolis Hiring Now!

Company Name Title City
The Latitude Group Sales/Business Development Manager Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Action Selling Business Development Manager Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
SRG-Finance Edina Accounting Director 170k + Bonus Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Parker and Lynch Accounting Manager Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Kaplan Insurance Agency, Inc. Personal Lines Account Manager Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
The Foth Companies Business Development Leader Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Seh Sr. Transportation Engineer Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
The Bluebird Group Accounting Specialist Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Grey Search + Strategy Senior Electrical Engineer- Power Distribution Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
SilverCrest Properties, LLC Maintenance Supervisor Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Opportunity Community Services Inc Housing Stabilization Specialist Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Parker and Lynch Senior Accountant Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Premier Physician Services LLC Neurologist - Locum or Perm Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Russell Herder Digital Marketing Strategist Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Total Expert Senior Software Engineer - Data Visualization Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
BihlerMED Independent Sales Representative Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Infor Inside Sales Rep Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
True Source IT, LLC Xamarin Developer Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Brooksource Associate Frontend Developer Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Dahl Consulting IT Recruiter-Lead Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Hey guys, here are some recent job openings in minneapolis. Feel free to comment here or send me a private message if you have any questions, I'm at the community's disposal! If you encounter any problems with any of these job openings please let me know that I will modify the table accordingly. Thanks!
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2020.06.15 16:21 DramaticPatience0 32 Jobs in Minneapolis Hiring Now!

Company Name Title City
Dahl Consulting Business Data Analyst w/Strong Excel Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Kaplan Insurance Agency, Inc. Personal Lines Account Manager Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
The Bluebird Group Accounting Specialist Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Bdc Management Company Onsite Manager Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Esp It Data Quality Analyst Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
ITM TwentyFirst, LLC Accountant Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Grey Search + Strategy Controls Engineer Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Seh Sr. Transportation Engineer Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Daugherty Business Solutions Senior Front-End Software Engineer Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
The Foth Companies Business Development Leader Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
TransPerfect Account Manager Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
SilverCrest Properties, LLC Maintenance Supervisor Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Pemberton Whiteman & Hill Medical Science Liaison {MSL} - Oncology Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Brooksource Front End Engineer Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Celarity User Experience Lead Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Medix Staffing Solutions GMP Biomanufacturing Operator Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Ultimate Staffing Medical Billing Coordinator ($19-24/hr) Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Lifesprk RN Case Manager Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Salo Llc Senior Financial Planning Analyst Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Grey Search + Strategy Senior Electrical Engineer- Power Distribution Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Etrade Financial Consultant Minneapolis
Ecolab Corporate Account Manager Minneapolis
Post Consumer Brands Senior Account Manager Target Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Bloomington
Collabera SQL Developer Minneapolis
TotalMed Systems, Inc. Med-Surg-Nurse Minneapolis
TotalMed Systems, Inc. ICU Nurse Minneapolis
Real Staffing Principal or Senior iOS Developer Lead Minneapolis
Aramark Maintenance Worker - Res-Care, Inc - Minnesota Minneapolis
TotalMed Systems, Inc. ER Nurse Minneapolis
CommonBond Communities Property Manager Minneapolis
Talent Software Services Back End Developer Minneapolis
Strategic Staffing Solutions Sharepoint Consultant Minneapolis
Hey guys, here are some recent job openings in minneapolis. Feel free to comment here or send me a private message if you have any questions, I'm at the community's disposal! If you encounter any problems with any of these job openings please let me know that I will modify the table accordingly. Thanks!
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2020.06.14 17:05 DramaticPatience0 32 Jobs in Minneapolis Hiring Now!

Company Name Title City
Dahl Consulting Business Data Analyst w/Strong Excel Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Kaplan Insurance Agency, Inc. Personal Lines Account Manager Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
The Bluebird Group Accounting Specialist Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Bdc Management Company Onsite Manager Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Esp It Data Quality Analyst Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
ITM TwentyFirst, LLC Accountant Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Grey Search + Strategy Controls Engineer Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Seh Sr. Transportation Engineer Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Daugherty Business Solutions Senior Front-End Software Engineer Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
The Foth Companies Business Development Leader Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
TransPerfect Account Manager Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
SilverCrest Properties, LLC Maintenance Supervisor Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Pemberton Whiteman & Hill Medical Science Liaison {MSL} - Oncology Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Brooksource Front End Engineer Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Celarity User Experience Lead Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Medix Staffing Solutions GMP Biomanufacturing Operator Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Ultimate Staffing Medical Billing Coordinator ($19-24/hr) Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Lifesprk RN Case Manager Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Salo Llc Senior Financial Planning Analyst Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Grey Search + Strategy Senior Electrical Engineer- Power Distribution Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Etrade Financial Consultant Minneapolis
Ecolab Corporate Account Manager Minneapolis
Post Consumer Brands Senior Account Manager Target Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Bloomington
Collabera SQL Developer Minneapolis
TotalMed Systems, Inc. Med-Surg-Nurse Minneapolis
TotalMed Systems, Inc. ICU Nurse Minneapolis
Real Staffing Principal or Senior iOS Developer Lead Minneapolis
Aramark Maintenance Worker - Res-Care, Inc - Minnesota Minneapolis
TotalMed Systems, Inc. ER Nurse Minneapolis
CommonBond Communities Property Manager Minneapolis
Talent Software Services Back End Developer Minneapolis
Strategic Staffing Solutions Sharepoint Consultant Minneapolis
Hey guys, here are some recent job openings in minneapolis. Feel free to comment here or send me a private message if you have any questions, I'm at the community's disposal! If you encounter any problems with any of these job openings please let me know that I will modify the table accordingly. Thanks!
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2020.06.13 16:33 DramaticPatience0 20 Jobs in Minneapolis Hiring Now!

Company Name Title City
Securian Financial Software Development Manager- Employer Benefit Web Applications Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Diversant, Llc Full Stack Web Developer (w/Python) Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Kaplan Insurance Agency, Inc. Personal Lines Account Manager Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Celarity User Experience Lead Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Dahl Consulting Business Data Analyst w/Strong Excel Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
ITM TwentyFirst, LLC Accountant Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Brooksource Application Support Analyst Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Grey Search + Strategy Controls Engineer Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
The Foth Companies Business Development Leader Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Parker and Lynch Senior Accountant Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
The Latitude Group Sales/Business Development Manager Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
On-Demand Group Sr Java/Angular Developer Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Brooksource Front End Engineer Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Bdc Management Company Onsite Manager Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Dahl Consulting Business Development Manager- MSP/VMS Sales Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Russell Herder Account Manager Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
SilverCrest Properties, LLC Social Media Manager Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Heartland Payroll Solutions Territory Sales Manager Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Wigen Water Technologies Business Development Greater-Minneapolis-Saint-Paul-Area
Collabera Scrum Master Minneapolis
Hey guys, here are some recent job openings in minneapolis. Feel free to comment here or send me a private message if you have any questions, I'm at the community's disposal! If you encounter any problems with any of these job openings please let me know that I will modify the table accordingly. Thanks!
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2020.06.13 16:21 Rythemy Multiple achievements bugged?

Anyone is having the same issue with me?
  1. Data showing 30 types of food consumed but no [Transtar Gourmand]
  2. I used Danielle's voice to open Deep Storage but no [Open says she]
  3. I did perform an Apto-Regressive Neurotomy on Dahl but no [This Never Happened]
  4. What's most infuriating, is that I used all 4 audio charges but no [You Rang]
I'm on GOG, latest version - got around 15 achievements unlocked already so it's not a connection problem, or so I think :(
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2020.06.12 20:15 noahrain Georgia Government Update June 12

June 12, 2020
Hello Georgia Redditors, here is a summarization of the Georgia Government's ongoings this week, additionally, attached is a visualized data breakdown of the Georgia primaries of June 9. This is something I do for work and like to share with friends and family, so why not my fellow Georgians. I hope you enjoy, I may post more if I have a positive reception.
Interesting conclusions from the primary data:
Democrats "outvoted" Republicans by total votes attributed in both the US Senate race and the US House races. The opposite is seen in the Georgia Legislature, where Republicans "outvoted" Democrats by total votes attributed.
In the Georgia presidential primary, all democratic votes cast combined were 21,000 more than the total votes Trump received. The same is seen in the US House and Senate races where Senate democrat candidates combined vote total was 76,000 more than the total received by Sen. Purdue and in the House races, all democrat candidates outvoted all republican candidates by 22,000 votes.
Again, the opposite was seen in the Georgia General Assembly races. In the House, the Democrats were "outvoted" by Republicans by 27,000, and in the Senate, they were "outvoted" by 50,000.
Weird things are at play in the state.
I’ll finish with this quote from Ronald Dahl's book Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. “Violet you’re turning Violet” or rather, "Georgia, your turning Purple!". Look at the numbers I’ll let you be the judge.
To find who your legislators or what district you are in, use this link. From here you can visit the Secretary of States website to view the election results and have knowledge of what your ticket will look like come November. I urge everyone to research their ticket and contact their representatives or candidates about issues important to them, the number one thing I hear when speaking to representatives is that they wish more constituents would reach out for a dialogue.
Legislative Session Update:
As decided by the Speaker of the House, David Ralston, and Lt. Governor, Geoff Duncan, on Wednesday, June 3, the 2020 Legislative Session will resume on Monday, June 15, for Legislative Day 30.
In a memorandum released earlier this week, House Majority Leader, Jon Burns, and House Minority Leader, Bob Trammel, made recommendations which covered House floor procedures, committee meeting procedures, and precautions to be taken while working in the Capitol and CLOB. The Majority Leaders Office also released an announcement detailing newly implemented policies on scheduling an appointment with Majority Leader Jon Burns.
Speaker Ralston released a memo stating the adoption of the Majority and Minority Leaders' recommendations with minimal revisions. The Speaker made the following statement in the memo, "These recommendations were arrived at after a great deal of discussion between House leadership and staff with the health and safety of everyone as the overriding priority. I thank those involved in the discussions and planning for their tireless work on behalf of our House of Representatives. "
All House committee and subcommittee meetings will be streamed live on the internet in an announcement released by the Speaker's Office. The Speaker gave the following statement regarding the shift to the live streaming of all House committee meetings, "The COVID-19 pandemic has made social distancing an immediate priority, but this new, expanded streaming capability continues the House of Representatives' commitment to open debate on policy matters impacting Georgians," said Speaker Ralston. "I appreciate the willingness of our members to take this next step in inviting Georgians into the People's House."
COVID-19 Update:
In a press conference Thursday, June 11, Governor Brian Kemp issued an executive order which lifts the widespread restrictions in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19 on Thursday, reopening even more venues and raising the shelter in place orders for people over 65-years-old. The shelter in place order ends effectively immediately for any residents or visitors to Georgia who are over 65 years old unless they are in a nursing home, in a long-term care facility, or have health issues. The executive order also addresses ongoing emergency response efforts for fighting the spread of COVID-19 and, unless noted otherwise in specific sections, the order will go into effect at 12 AM on June 16, 2020, and runs through 11:59 PM on June 30, 2020.
I hope everyone has a great weekend.
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2020.06.07 18:22 Brad_Pohl Some validation from Seth

I hope the mods allow me to post this here as I think it's an important validation of Neville's ideas of living in the end, from an unimpeachable source (IMHO.. lol) .. it's from Lynda Madden Dahl's page reminding her followers of some of Seth's and Jane Roberts early statements on expectation as it relates to changing our reality.

Hi Seth friends, as you may recall from prior discussions on action, action is the inner vitality of All That Is, and from it springs ALL creation. So how do we work with action in order to assist our personal creations? Here’s an interesting fact: only ONE THING directs action, or sets creation’s course, and it is EXPECTATION (also called suggestion by Seth, and found within all beliefs). Seth calls it ‘...the direction in which action itself moves.’ Below is a comment of his that drives home the point that if we want to change our realities, then we simply must change our expectations: ...................................................... “Expectation, perhaps more than any other quality, characterizes the individual, and represents the innermost aspects of his personality. It is the framework for his physical constructions, and more than atoms and molecules it represents the psychic building blocks from which his constructions will be erected. … “The core of individuality, then, is the individual’s expectations, for he will truly get what he wants, individually and collectively. “If a man wants to change his fate, desire is not enough, but expectation IS. Desire may grow into expectation, but alone it is not enough. Expectation is actually the main trigger that switches inner data into the realm of physical construction. Without it, no physical construction results. … “Expectation is the force, then, that triggers psychic realities into physical construction.” The Early Sessions, Book 2, Session 76 (originally underlined word in caps)
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2020.05.30 17:59 secretymology AA Milne, Arthur Ransom, Roald Dahl, CS Lewis and JRR Tolkein - The Top 5 Twentieth Century British Children’s Writers Who Just Happen To Have Also Been Spies (At Least The Ones That Are Known)

Writers create plots; spies uncover them. In a sense, all writers function like spies—observing the people around them, studying character types, becoming flies-on-the-wall for the purpose” of gathering information.
https://www.economist.com/prospero/2016/04/04/the-unsurprising-link-between-authorship-and-espionage
Although primarily known for his adult works of spy fiction, and of course for being the creator of James Bond, Ian Fleming was an active member of MI6/ Naval Intelligence during WW2. He was also the creator of the children’s classic “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.”
Edit: The film version of which was scripted by...Roald Dahl!
He is by far from the only British example of a spy who made his living from capturing the young imagination in both post-war periods.
Interestingly, every single one listed below is a very famous name and has had recent film adaptations of their works within the last five years - their work is evidently still relevant to us.
  1. AA Milne (Creator of the “Winnie The Pooh” and “Christopher Robin” books)
“Secret documents saved from a skip reveal Pooh author AA Milne’s confidential role as a World War I military intelligence propagandist.
Milne was already a successful professional playwright and author when he was recruited by Military Intelligence and went on to publish his first Winnie The Pooh book in 1926. MI7b recruited about 20 people from the cream of British writing talent at time. The secret writers of MI7b produced 7,500 articles from 1916-18.
https://metro.co.uk/2013/04/24/winnie-the-pooh-author-aa-milne-was-wwi-spy-3666009/
20 British writers recruited? The only one we know of was discovered by pure accident. There is so much we do not know.
2) Arthur Ransome (Creator of “Swallows and Amazons”)
Civil Service reports state: “[Ransome is] not a Bolshevik…his association with the Bolsheviks was begun, and has been continued throughout, at the direct request of responsible British Authorities. He was first asked to get into the closest possible touch with them by Mr Lindley when he was Chargé d'Affaires.”
https://www.independent.co.uk/news/people/swallows-and-amazons-author-arthur-ransome-was-suspected-russian-spy-mi5-secret-files-reveal-9251217.html
He also was on the payroll of MI6, as agent S76.
There were, it seems fair to say, two Arthur Ransomes, and it is not surprising we find it hard to reconcile the two – the second has pretty much expunged the first. It is as if we don't quite like to imagine that someone whose fiction inhabits a utopian world of such cheerful innocence and old-world virtues could, in real life, have been considered a grave risk to national security.
The first Ransome was an uncritical defender of the Russian revolution, a man who wrote passionately pro-Bolshevik pamphlets and articles, denied the Red Terror, justified the suppression of democracy, was even prepared to accept as necessary execution without trial. He collaborated with the Cheka – the Bolshevik secret police and forerunner of the KGB – and Lenin saw him as his first source of intelligence on British policy. At the same time, despite serious doubts about his loyalty, he was in the pay of British intelligence as an acknowledged intimate of many of the revolution's leaders: he was at the least a spy, possibly a double agent.
https://www.theguardian.com/books/2009/aug/13/arthur-ransome-double-agent.
3) Ronald Dahl (Creator of “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”,”Matilda”, “The Witches”, “James and the Giant Peach” etc)
Roald Dahl flew fighter planes in World War II, and afterwards went to work in the British embassy in Washington, DC. There, allegedly, he worked with British and Canadian agents to investigate the political leanings of prominent American women.
According to some sources, including his friend Antoinette Haskell, Dahl was sleeping with all of these women - including influential publisher and socialite, Claire Booth Luce - in order to get close to them.
His main objective was to turn influential US figures away from Isolationism towards actively supporting the British in WW2. He was pretty successful, a fact to which history can evidently testify.
https://bookstr.com/list/8-famous-authors-who-were-also-spies/
Dahl had fought as a fighter pilot earlier in the war, until injuries grounded him. He then worked for a secret service network based in the United States called British Security Coordination (BSC). It had been initially established to promote UK interests in the United States and to counter Nazi propaganda.
It is not known exactly how Dahl was recruited as a British agent, but it is thought he was working loosely for BSC by the first four months of 1944 when, officially, he had a public relations role at the British Embassy in Washington DC. He was "run" from New York by William Stephenson, a buccaneering Canadian industrialist and businessman.
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/books/booknews/7931835/Roald-Dahl-was-a-real-life-James-Bond-style-spy-new-book-reveals.html
4) CS Lewis (Creator of The “Narnia” books”)
C.S. Lewis served MI6 during World War II.
He served the intelligence service by going on the radio to encourage Icelanders to welcome the British who invaded and secured Iceland after the Germans invaded and secured Denmark in 1940.
C. S. Lewis’ mission was simple: To help win the hearts of the Icelandic people. He did this by speaking on the radio to Icelandic people talking about the connections between Anglo-Saxon and Icelandic cultures.
https://www.episcopalcafe.com/c-s-lewis-spy/
5) JRR Tolkien (Creator of “The Lord of the Rings” and “The Hobbit”)
JRR Tolkien secretly trained as a British Government spy in the run up to the Second World War, new documents have disclosed.
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/6197169/JRR-Tolkien-trained-as-British-spy.html
Since his field of speciality was linguistics, he was considered a valuable asset in cryptography at Bletchley Park, alongside luminaries like Alan Turing.
The story in today’s Guardian goes that he passed their entrance tests, but then refused to commit to the enterprise thereafter, but this sounds rather unlikely and certainly unpatriotic during a time of war!
“A GCHQ historian, who would not give his name for security reasons, said: ''JRR Tolkien is known the world over for his novels, but his involvement with the war effort may take a few people by surprise.
''While he didn't sign up as was probably intended, he did complete three days' training and was 'keen' to do more.
''Why he failed to join remains a mystery. There is no paperwork suggesting a motive, so we can only assume that he wanted to concentrate on his writing career.''
There is some confusion here though - official inconsistencies can often be ‘red flags’. Read the Wikipedia entry:
“In the run-up to the Second World War, Tolkien was earmarked as a codebreaker. In January 1939, he was asked whether he would be prepared to serve in the cryptographic department of the Foreign Office in the event of national emergency. He replied in the affirmative and, beginning on 27 March, took an instructional course at the London HQ of the Government Code and Cypher School. A record of his training was found which included the notation "keen" next to his name, although Tolkien scholar Anders Stenström suggested that "In all likelihood, that is not a record of Tolkien's interest, but a note about how to pronounce the name."He was informed in October that his services would not be required.“
Hmm...sounds a little ‘spooky‘ to me!
Theories:
  1. They had a natural aptitude for language, so it would have been sensible during war to employ it for propaganda purposes during their inevitable military service.
  2. They were trained in certain intelligence skills and dark arts that could be transferred innocently thereafter to non-military life
  3. They were lifetime actors - Their lives have been devoted to political or cultural propaganda and military intelligence of one sort of another.
Having recently re-read Frances Stonor Saunders’ excellent “The Cultural Cold War”, focusing as it does on the conscription of and funding for Western visual artists and musicians to compete with their Soviet counterparts for propaganda purposes, I began to wonder if there was a literary equivalent as well.
There is of course a very long list of spies who wrote adult (mainly spy) fiction, but what fascinates me MOST is the possible propagandic effects of seemingly innocent works meant for children, written by authors well versed in the dark arts.
Unlike, say, horror movies or death metal music - which radiate threat - children are defenceless against the allure of ‘sweet poisons” that do not in any way look dangerous and are in fact foisted on kids by adults who aren’t aware of any danger to avoid.
This is an ongoing project for me, but this brief list of actual intelligence assets who went on to write children’s books clearly indicates that the cultural Cold War was being waged through many media and on many varying levels of complicity.
Clearly FOIA requests are inevitable, since so little data is available through other sources; but there must be many more figures in the UK (and US) who have this “spy-children’s author” double distinction, so if anyone knows of other writers who might fit the bill, please do let me know.
Thank you for reading down to the bottom!
All feedback would be appreciated.
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2020.05.14 06:52 stevetheclimber The /r/Mindcrack Time Capsule - 2020 Edition

Hello everyone, and welcome to the 2020 edition of the mindcrack time capsule! I am taking over this 6 year long tradition from u/123robot with permission so that the time capsule will hopefully remain as up to date as possible with the current status of everything Mindcrack. I'll mostly be following the previously established formatting with a few additions.
We've gained 2,200 subscribers in the last year, so for anyone that might not have seen it before this is a yearly tradition where we pack a variety of information about the state of the group, members, and subreddit into a single post and open it up exactly one year later, giving the community a chance to reflect back on any changes that have occured. It's always great looking back on the memories that take place over the years.
An important part of the time capsule is the community: it's not just me putting this together, it's something we can all add to and help make complete. If you have any information you want to add to the time capsule, a message to store for the future, maybe predictions you want to make for the future, or just correcting a mistake I've made trying to gather all this info together, then you are very much encouraged to do so! The community efforts that go into this are what really make it!
Now that the introduction is out of the way, let's get to the time capsule! Here's what I currently have written out:
Today is the 13th of May, 2020.

General Information

Mindcrack currently has 24 members.
The latest member to join officially was OMGChad on the 31st of October, 2014. The latest member to leave was BTC (BlameTheController) on the 12th of November, 2015.
There are currently 22 people who are known to qualify as VIP members, although there is no official definition for VIPs so this may not be fully accurate. This includes 6 former Mindcrackers, the cumulative top donor during the 2015 Mindcrack Marathon, the winner of Surviving Mindcrack Island, 4 people invited during Mindcrack Season 6, 7 people who joined during the first weeks of Season 7, and 2 who joined later in 2019.
The latest VIP member to join was Soccermvp13 on September 29th, 2019.

Servers

Season 7 of the Minecraft Vanilla Server is currently on-going, with Breon, Dahl Dantill, Guude, and JSano having at least recently been active on the server. It is currently updated to Version 1.15.2.
Mhykol hosts an overviewer map of the vanilla server at mindcrackmap.com, here's how it appears today(map last updated March 30th, 2020).
The seventh Minecraft Modded Server started in November as Crackpack Season 4 using the newly developed Crackpack 3 modpack as an incentive for the 2019 Mindcrack Marathon, and although the server is still around no players have played on it in recent months.

Ultra Hardcore (UHC)

There have been 30+18 (Seventeen #ForTheKids and S4b) seasons of Mindcrack UHC.
Team Safety (OMGchad and Drew) are the winners of the latest official UHC, Season 30, which ended on the 26th of February, 2020.
Team CamoToe (Dahl, Kurt, Pakratt) are the winners of the latest charity UHC, #ForTheKids 17, which took place on the 9th of April, 2020.
PauseUnpause is the most deadly player in regular UHCs with 35 kills, and Arkas is the most deadly player in charity UHCs with 27 kills.
Nebris has the most wins in regular UHCs with 9, and Kurt has the most wins in charity UHCs with 5. (Latest UHC Stats by Guardax)
Seasons can be categorised as follows: 13 teams of four, 12 teams of two, 11 teams of three, 8 free-for-all, 2 PvE, 1 teams of five, 1 teams of ten.

Subreddit

/mindcrack has approximately 44,600 subscribers.
The Moderator Team of /mindcrack consists of 10 humans and 2 robots: GuudeBoulderfist, pakratt0013, stinusmeret, Zisteau, pajam, Lost-Chord, Compieuter, ArmoAram, stevetheclimber, emilythecool, MindcrackTwitchBot, and CrackBot / AutoModerator.
This is the subreddit today using old Reddit (Picture Version), and this is the same page using the redesign (Picture Version).
Here's the current flair selection, and here are the subreddit's traffic stats which are normally only viewable by mods.

Individual Members

The table below contains current subscription, follower, and member data for the Mindcrackers' various social media accounts. Each number is hyperlinked to include an image of that member's account as it appears on this day for easy comparison of account contents, videos, and Discord channels:
Mindcracker YouTube Twitch Twitter Patreon Discord
adlington 37,300 2,961 7,287 7 ($66) 36
AnderZEL 559,000 287,388 82,848 17 ($64) 827
Arkas 90,800 39,766 28,783 423
Aureylian 285,000 153,183 177,482
AvidyaZEN 22,083 267 66
Coestar 114,000 65,048 34,470 55 ($171) 1,496
DocM77 798,000 91,637 158,285 152 ($1,358) Patron only
Guude 381,000 45,329 106,196 Twitch sub only
Jsano19 50,100 5,383 15,728 1 ($5) Patron only
Kurt 402,000 52,243 64,427 300 Patron or Twitch sub only
MCGamer 102,000 90,659 40,376
Mhykol 55,900 16,166 28,531 0 150
Millbee 121,000 57,369 51,373 535
Nebris 138,000 21,328
OMGChad 116,000 / 997,000 49,274 33,404 1,130
Pakratt 52,600 127,477 23,547 507
PauseUnpause HIDDEN 157,012 123,736 994
PyroPuncher HIDDEN 30,601 54,696 1 ($2)
SethBling 2,080,000 250,350 419,309
Sevadus 48,300 423,478 62,875 1,138
Vechs 179,000 9,100 57,745 145 Patron only
VintageBeef 1,460,000 27,217 188,287 214 Patron only
W92Baj 118,000 9,950 48,598 12 Patron only
Zisteau 352,000 53,272 80,585 119 938
Mindcrack Network 162,000 71,799 56,187 377 ($1,765) 2,289
Additionally here's a table with the same numbers for the VIPs that are content creators. Last year YouTube started truncating subscriber numbers, so subscriber numbers are no longer as detailed as before.
According to the Mindcrack website, the total YouTube subscribers between all the Mindcrackers is 8,973,371, the total videos is 69,438, and the total views is 2,357,155,078.
SethBling is the most subscribed on YouTube with 2.08 million subscribers as well as the most followed on Twitter with 419k followers. Sevadus has the most Twitch followers with 423k followers.

Regular Series

Kurt's Far Lands or Bust series is currently on Season 8. The last episode was #782 on the 9th of May, 2020. The most recent F3 number revealed was 3,857,848 on August 31st, 2019. The series has raised over $445,731 for charity over the years, with $2,111 of that coming from the current season.
In February the Mindcrack Patreon started which supports making future marathons better, and with it the Mindcrack Podcast has returned for season 2 featuring Guude and Sevadus as hosts. The latest Mindcrack Podcast was S2E11 on May 11th, 2020 featuring guest Pyro, and new episodes release every Monday. There are also additional Patreon-only episodes which release every Thursday, with the latest being Premium Episode 9.
Cone, Kurt, and Zeekay host the podcast Ran When Parked which releases new episodes every other Wednesday, with the latest episode being episode 28.
Every Mindcrack member except JSano and Beef have streamed on Twitch since the start of last month, with everyone except those 2, Docm, Nebris, Pyro, and Baj currently streaming regularly. In total the members have streamed for a combined 1,720 hours on Twitch in the last 30 days.
Coestar's StreamADay continues going strong streaming every single day, currently at Day 2,353!
The following are all of the current regular collab series, sorted by when they happen in the week:
  • Pause and Justin do Sellout Sunday streams every Sunday night, mostly playing GTA V and Golf With Your Friends.
  • Breon, Guude, Ryuski, and Kingster(and previously Cone) form the team Best Squad that stream every Monday night, they finished Green Hell this week after recently switching from PUBG for the first time in years.
  • The Mario Karters consisting of Coestar, ConeDodger, Dadbee, Guude, Justin, Millbee, Phedran, and occasionally Ryuski normally stream Mario Kart 8 Deluxe every Monday, a series that has lasted for years and is currently at episode 348 on Guude's YT channel, however Coe recently got a new day job and can no longer join at that time and so they haven't streamed it in several weeks.
  • Coestar and Justin do Coldies and sometimes Codies every Monday night, streaming Project Winter and Codenames with friends.
  • Pakratt and Honney recently resumed their TFC Tuesday streams with the new 1.12 version after a 3 year hiatus, streaming it for 8 hours every Tuesday with friends from their community.
  • Guude and JSano record 2 episodes of Guano on the Season 7 Mindcrack server every Tuesday and Thursday which release on YT every other day and are basically a podcast, with Guude recently reaching his 900th Mindcrack episode.
  • A few months ago Nebris got a 9-5 job and can no longer record with the others, but Arkas, Guude, and Pakratt have continued and are currently recording Don't Starve Together streamed every other Wednesday and Friday, with Guude and Pak also releasing on YT. The latest YT episode is S1E23, and they've recorded up to S1E49.
  • Coestar, Guude, Justin, and Necomi are the Space Cops and stream games together every Wednesday night, currently playing a custom map in 7 Days to Die.
  • Coestar, Jaaski, Justin, and Pause join other friends for Bike Dads(sometimes Code Dads) streaming Trials: Rising every Thursday night(and sometimes Codenames).
  • Coestar and Guude are Two Bananas for Sale streaming various games every Friday night often with their Patrons, recently joined by ConeDodger and Kurt for Totally Reliable Delivery Service. Their Patreon currently raises $769 per month thanks to 56 Patrons.
  • Breon and Ryuski stream games together every Friday night, currently the Halo series.
  • Chiblee, Coestar, Jaaski, Justin, and Pause are joined by some other friends for Huskles streaming GMOD every Saturday night, a series that has been on-going since late 2018. Pause also releases the episodes on YT.
  • ConeDodger and Kurt play SnowRunner together every Saturday, with Kurt streaming and Cone recording.
  • Although it's been a year since they finished recording, episodes for the Divine Journey modpack series will continue to release on YouTube at a steady pace until the 11th of January, 2021 for Guude's videos and around the same time for Pakratt's videos.

Miscellaneous

There have been seven full Mindcrack marathons so far:
  • 2013: October 18th to 20th ($118,000 raised approx.)
  • 2014: September 13th to 14th in ($113,000 raised approx.)
  • 2015: November 6th to 8th in ($220,000 raised approx.)
  • 2016: October 23rd to 25th ($165,000 raised approx.)
  • 2017: October 14th to 15th ($263,000 raised approx.)
  • 2018: December 7th to 9th ($165,000 raised approx.)
  • 2019: October 25th to 27th ($251,000 raised approx.)
After the last full marathon Mindcrack has now raised over $1 Million for the Extra Life charity, and the group raised an additional $49,159 last month in two charity UHCs as part of Extra Life United: Online Edition. The question of whether there will be a full marathon later this year is currently uncertain with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
DocM77 and VintageBeef are both also members of HermitCraft.
SethBling recently broke the Super Mario World 0 Exit World Record after it was untouched for almost 2 years, then he did it AGAIN the next day. The first run occurred on April 28th (video) with a time of 0:41.65 after many thousands of failed or slow attempts live on Twitch, then the current world record happened on April 29th (video) with a time of 0:41.35.
MCGamer and VintageBeef both got married in the last year, and Vechs proposed! MC was married on June 23rd, 2019, Beef was married in October 2019, and Vechs announced his proposal on February 15th, 2019. On a sadder note Aureylian's wedding that was planned for last month unfortunately had to postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Adlington showed his face on stream earlier this year, making it so every Mindcrack member has now revealed their face.
Due to a number of reasons u/jamirofan2000 has understandably taken a break from making the Mindcrack Weekly Recap. Click here to view the latest recap from 4 months ago.

Predictions and other Community Contributions

From u/Gatling_Tech:
There will be around 3-4 more VIPs/server guests, but no new "full fledged" Mindcrackers.
One of the recently/soon to be married Mindcrackers will announce they're going to be a dad.
From u/123robot:
With the subscriber count for the subreddit seeming to trend upwards over the last year, I expect that'll improve with at least another 1000 subscribers.
Another 2 or 3 VIP members seems reasonable.
Far Lands or Bust will have reached Episode #840 and raised another $20,000 for charity.
u/Omegatron9 has also kept his spreadsheet and graphs on YouTube subscribers up to date.
Thanks to u/Gatling_Tech for helping provide information on what's been happening in the last year and also Phedran, Cone, and Ryuski for helping in the community Discord with the list of regular collab series.
Thanks for reading through this! It's not final yet though, you still have a chance to add what YOU want to see in the time capsule. Like I mentioned at the start you can leave any predictions you have in the comments for what Mindcrack will be like one year from now and what sort of changes may have happened, and if there's anything you want to place in the time capsule, maybe even a message to leave for your future self, feel free to leave it in a comment and I'll add it to the capsule for you with credit. This is the mindcrack time capsule after all, it's fully open to contributions from the community.
There's a lot that goes on across the Mindcrack group and I only have time to follow parts of it, so if you see anything I've missed, put down incorrectly, or forgotten, be sure to let me know and I'll fix it!
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2020.04.24 10:18 QuiMoritur Looking for a particular track that's unlisted on the official soundtrack

EDIT: For anyone who finds this post and is looking for the same thing, this is it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=371bqSESGkk&list=PLiVSF2AAhkqdwCpIYjitrQJfzB8zFP0Js&index=23
This track plays twice that I can remember, and it's not listed on the OST.
It plays when Kaspar interrupts the Coral data upload and Dahl's military operators attack in Alex's office, and when you're trying to restart Talos I's nuclear reactor to lift Alex's lockdown.
It's a super suspenseful track, sounds like there are alarms going off distantly in its background. Does anyone know where I can find it or what the track name is? I want to use it in a Prey one-shot I'm running for my D&D group. Thanks!
Examples (Spoilers for endgame content):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AsGfEu0W7UI&t=1s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mdj-2a8YhJY
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  1. Introducing Psychology, Third Edition: Daniel L. Schacter, et al.
  2. Organizational Behavior: Improving Performance and Commitment in the Workplace, 5th edition: Jason Colquitt
  3. Systems Analysis and Design, 6th edition: Alan Dennis & Barbara Haley Wixom & Roberta M. Roth
  4. Database Systems: A Practical Approach to Design, Implementation, and Management, 6th Edition: Thomas Connolly
  5. Media & Culture: An Introduction to Mass Communication, 11th Edition: Richar Campbell & Christopher R. Martin & Bettina Fabos
  6. Advanced Health Assessment & Clinical Diagnosis in Primary Care, 5th edition: Joyce E. Dains & Linda Ciofu Baumann & Pamela Scheibel
  7. Supervision Today! (8th Edition): Stephen P. Robbins & David A. DeCenzo & Robert M. Wolter
  8. Quantitative Human Physiology An Introduction, 1st Edition: Joseph J Feher
  9. Experiencing MIS (4th Edition): David M. Kroenke
  10. Experiencing MIS, 4th Canadian Edition: David M Kroenke
  11. EasyWriter with Exercises & with 2016 MLA (6th edition): Andrea A. Lunsford
  12. America Now, 12th edition: Robert Atwan
  13. Campbell Biology, 10th Edition: Neil A. Campbell & Jane B. Reece & Lisa Urry & Michael L Cain & Steven A Wasserman & Author
  14. Business Law Text and Cases, 14th edition: Clarkson & Miller & Cross
  15. Fundamental Accounting Principles, 23rd Edition: John J. Wild, Ken W. Shaw, Barbara Chiappetta
  16. Ecology, 4th Edition: Bowman, Hacker & Cain
  17. Introduction to Organic Chemistry, 6th edition: William H. Brown & Thomas Poon
  18. Microsoft Office 2016: In Practice: Randy Nordell
  19. Computer Systems: A Programmer's Perspective (3rd Edition): Randal E. Bryant & David R. O'Hallaron
  20. Introduction to Global Politics, 4th edition: Steve Lamy & John Masker
  21. Earth: An Introduction to Physical Geology, Fourth Canadian Edition: Edward J. Tarbuck & Frederick K. Lutgens
  22. CMPTR 3, 3rd edition: Katherine T. Pinard
  23. GO! with Microsoft Excel 2016 Comprehensive (GO! for Office 2016 Series): Shelley Gaskin & Alicia Vargas
  24. Biology, 10th Edition: Eldra Solomon & Charles Martin & Diana W. Martin
  25. Mathematical Applications for the Management, Life, and Social Sciences, 11th edition: Ronald J. Harshbarger & James J. Reynolds
  26. Contemporary Business, 17th Edition: Louis E. Boone & David L. Kurtz & Susan Berston
  27. Finite Mathematics & Its Applications, 12th edition: Larry J. Goldstein, David I. Schneider, Martha J. Siegel, Steven M. Hair
  28. Business in Action, 8th Edition: Courtland L. Bovee
  29. Essentials of Marketing: A Marketing Strategy Planning Approach; 15th Edition: William D. Perreault, Jr., & Joseph P. Cannon, & E. Jerome McCarthy
  30. Corporate Finance, 11th Edition: Stephen A. Ross, Randolph W. Westerfield, Jeffrey Jaffe & Bradford D. Jordan
  31. Modern Systems Analysis and Design, 8th Edition: Joseph Valacich & Joey George
  32. Business Intelligence, Analytics, and Data Science: A Managerial Perspective, 4th edition: Ramesh Sharda & Dursun Delen & Efraim Turban
  33. Biological Influences on Criminal Behavior, 1st edition: Gail S. Anderson
  34. Business Process Integration with SAP ERP: Jeffrey Word & Simha Magal
  35. Human Anatomy & Physiology: 10th Edition: Elaine N. Marieb & Katja Hoehn
  36. Contacts: Langue et culture françaises (World Languages), 9th Edition: Jean-Paul Valette & Rebecca M. Valette
  37. Western Civilization, 10th edition: Jackson J. Spielvogel
  38. Media Now: Understanding Media, Culture, and Technology, 9th edition: Joseph Straubhaar, Robert LaRose & Lucinda Davenport
  39. Essentials of Genetics, 9th edition: William S. Klug & Michael R. Cummings & Charlotte A. Spencer & Michael A. Palladino
  40. Development Through Life: A Psychosocial Approach, 12th Edition: Barbara Newman & Philip Newman
  41. Theories of Counseling and Psychotherapy, Systems, Strategies, and Skills, 4th edition: Linda Seligman & Lourie W. Reichenberg
  42. Motor Learning and Control Concepts and Applications (B&B Physical Education), 11th Edition: Richard A Magill & David Anderson Dr.
  43. Horngren's Financial & Managerial Accounting, The Financial Chapters, 6th edition: Tracie L. Miller-Nobles & Brenda L. Mattison & Ella Mae Matsumura
  44. Contemporary Clinical Immunology and Serology (Pearson Clinical Laboratory Science): Kate Rittenhouse-Olson & Ernesto DeNardin
  45. Introductory Chemistry, 6th edition: Nivaldo J. Tro
  46. Neonatal and Pediatric Respiratory Care, 4th edition: Brian K. Walsh
  47. Crime and Criminal Justice: Concepts and Controversies: Stacy L. Mallicoat
  48. Statistics: Concepts and Controversies, Ninth Edition: David S. Moore & William I. Notz
  49. The Fundamentals of Political Science Research, 2nd edition: Paul M. Kellstedt
  50. Introductory Geographic Information Systems, 1st edition: John R Jensen
  51. Campbell Biology, Second Canadian Edition: Jane B. Reece & Lisa A. Urry & Michael L. Cain & Steven A. Wasserman
  52. Geosystems: An Introduction to Physical Geography, Fourth Canadian Edition: Robert W. Christopherson & Ginger Birkeland
  53. Physical Geology, 15th edition: Charles (Carlos) Plummer, Diane Carlson, Lisa Hammersley
  54. Identity Technologies: Constructing the Self Online: Anna Poletti & Julie Rak (Editors)
  55. Religions in the Modern World: Traditions and Transformations, 3rd edition: Linda Woodhead, Christopher Partridge, Hiroko Kawanami
  56. Wireless Power Transfer for Electric Vehicles and Mobile Devices (Wiley - IEEE): Chun T. Rim & Chris Mi
  57. A Citizen's Guide to U.S. Elections: Empowering Democracy in America (Citizen Guides to Politics and Public Affairs): Costas Panagopoulos & Aaron C. Weinschenk
  58. Essential Elements for Assessing Infants and Preschoolers with Special Needs: Mary McLean & Mary Louise Hemmeter & Patricia Snyder
  59. Blended Practices for Teaching Young Children in Inclusive Settings, 2nd Edition: Jennifer Grisham-Brown & Mary Louise Hemmeter & Kristie Pretti-Frontczak
  60. Computer Systems, 5th edition: J. Stanley Warford
  61. M: Advertising, 3rd edition: William Arens & Michael Weigold
  62. California Politics and Government: A Practical Approach, 14th edition: Larry N. Gerston & Terry Christensen
  63. Single Variable Calculus: Early Transcendentals: Michael Sullivan
  64. Trigonometry, 8th edition: Charles P. McKeague & Mark D. Turner
  65. Chemistry, 12th edition: Raymond Chang, Kenneth A. Goldsby
  66. Campbell Essential Biology with Physiology, 5th Edition: Simon, Dickey, Hogan, Reece
  67. Advanced Financial Accounting, 11th Edition: Theodore E. Christensen & David M Cottrell & Cassy Budd
  68. Introduction to Multicultural Counseling for Helping Professionals, 3rd edition: Graciela L. Orozco & Wanda M. L. Lee & John A. Blando & Bita Shooshani
  69. Junqueira’s Basic Histology, 13th edition: Anthony L. Mescher, PhD
  70. Advanced Accounting, 3rd edition: Halsey & Hopkins
  71. Field Instruction: A Guide for Social Work Students, 7th edition: David Royse & Surjit Singh Dhooper & Karen Badger
  72. Writer's Reference with Writing About Literature with 2016 MLA Update, 8th edition: Diana Hacker & Nancy Sommers
  73. Intro to Java Programming, Comprehensive Version (10th Edition): Y. Daniel Liang
  74. New Worlds for All (The American Moment), 2nd edition: Colin G. Calloway
  75. Mass Communication: Living in a Media World, 6th edition: Hanson Ralph E.
  76. Visualizing Psychology, 2nd Canadian Edition: Karen Huffman & Alastair Younger & Claire Vanston
  77. Anthropology: Appreciating Human Diversity, 17th Edition: Conrad Phillip Kottak
  78. Introduction to Materials Management, 8th Edition: Steve Chapman, Tony K. Arnold , Ann K. Gatewood , Lloyd Clive
  79. Insurance Handbook for the Medical Office, 14th edition: Marilyn Fordney
  80. Workbook for Insurance Handbook for the Medical Office, 14th edition: Marilyn Fordney
  81. Social Psychology, 2nd Canadian Edition: Saul Kassin
  82. Criminal Justice in Action, The Core, 8th edition: Larry K. Gaines & Roger LeRoy Miller
  83. Your Office: Microsoft® Access 2016 Comprehensive: Moriarity & Kinser & Kosharek
  84. AM GOV 2017-2018, 5th Edition: Joseph Losco & Ralph Baker
  85. Diversity Amid Globalization: World Regions, Environment, Development, 7th edition: Lester Rowntree & Martin Lewis & Marie Price
  86. Management Information Systems: Managing the Digital Firm, 7th Canadian Edition: Kenneth C. Laudon & Jane P. Laudon
  87. Management of Human Resources: The Essentials, 4th Canadian Edition: Gary Dessler , Nita Chhinzer , Nina D. Cole
  88. Behavioral Neuroscience, Eighth Edition: S. Marc Breedlove
  89. Industrial/Organizational Psychology: An Applied Approach, 8th edition: Michael G. Aamodt
  90. Principles of Taxation for Business and Investment Planning 2018 Edition: Sally Jones , Shelley C. Rhoades-Catanach, Sandra R Callaghan
  91. Intermediate Algebra, 3rd edition: Miller & O'Neill & Hyde
  92. We the People (Full 10th Edition): Benjamin Ginsberg & Theodore J. Lowi & Margaret Weir & Caroline J. Tolbert
  93. Exercise Physiology: Nutrition, Energy, and Human Performance, 8th Edition: William D. McArdle, Frank I. Katch, Victor L. Katch
  94. Management, 3rd Canadian edition: John R. Schermerhorn & Jr. & Barry Wright
  95. Models for Writers: Short Essays for Composition: Alfred Rosa & Paul Eschholz
  96. Introduction to Sociology (Seagull Tenth Edition): Anthony Giddens & Mitchell Duneier & Richard P. Appelbaum & Deborah Carr
  97. Reel Music: Exploring 100 Years of Film Music (Second Edition): Roger Hickman
  98. Supply Chain Logistics Management (Irwin Operations/Decision Sciences), 4th Edition: Donald Bowersox , David Closs , M. Bixby Cooper
  99. Physics for Scientists and Engineers: A Strategic Approach, 4th edition: Randall D. Knight
  100. Social Psychology, Fourth Edition: Eliot R. Smith & Diane M. Mackie & Heather M. Claypool
  101. Type Rules, 4th edition: Ilene Strizver
  102. Shelly Cashman Series Microsoft Office 365 & Office 2016: Intermediate, 1st Edition: Steven M. Freund, Mary Z. Last, Philip J. Pratt, Susan L. Sebok , Misty E. Vermaat
  103. Interpersonal Communication: Relating to Others, 7th Canadian Edition: Steven A. Beebe & Susan J. Beebe & Mark V. Redmond & Lisa Salem-Wiseman
  104. Questions and Answers: A Guide to Fitness and Wellness, 3rd Edition: Sandra Carroll-Cobb & Gary Liguori
  105. Exploring Microsoft Office 2016 Volume 1 (Exploring for Office 2016 Series): Mary Anne Poatsy & Keith Mulbery & Cynthia Krebs & Lynn Hogan & Amy Rutledge & Eric Cameron & Jason Davidson & Rebecca Lawson & Jerri Williams & Linda Lau
  106. Fundamentals of Investing, Twelfth Edition: Scott Smart & Lawrence Gitman & Michael Joehnk
  107. Intermediate Financial Management, 11th edition: Brigham & Daves
  108. Textbook of Podiatric Medicine: Catherine Hayes & Judith Barbaro Brown
  109. Current Medical Diagnosis and Treatment 2018, 57th Edition: Maxine A. Papadakis & Stephen J. McPhee & Michael W. Rabow
  110. International Studies: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Global Issues, 4th edition: Sheldon Anderson & Mark Allen Peterson & Stanley W. Toops
  111. Design Basics, 9th Edition: Stephen Pentak
  112. Introduction to Hospitality Management, 5th edition: John R. Walker
  113. Statistics for Managers Using Microsoft Excel, 8th edition: David M. Levine & David F. Stephan & Kathryn A. Szabat
  114. American Government and Politics: Deliberation, Democracy and Citizenship, 2nd edition: Joseph M. Bessette & John J. Pitney
  115. Problem Solving and Program Design in C, 8th edition: Jeri R. Hanly & Elliot B. Koffman
  116. Rereading America: Cultural Contexts for Critical Thinking and Writing, 10th Edition: Gary Colombo , Robert Cullen , Bonnie Lisle
  117. Marketing Metrics: The Manager's Guide to Measuring Marketing Performance, 3rd edition: Paul Farris & Neil Bendle & Phillip E. Pfeifer & David J. Reibstein
  118. Gardner's Art through the Ages: A Global History, Volume I, 15th Edition: Fred S. Kleiner
  119. Campbell Biology in Focus, 2nd edition: Lisa A. Urry & Michael L. Cain & Steven A. Wasserman & Jane B. Reece & Peter V. Minorsky
  120. Project Management: The Managerial Process, 7th edition: Erik W. Larson, Clifford F. Gray
  121. Management Information Systems: Managing the Digital Firm, (15th Edition): Kenneth C. Laudon , Jane P. Laudon
  122. New Perspectives on Computer Concepts 2016, Comprehensive: June Jamrich Parsons
  123. You May Ask Yourself: An Introduction to Thinking like a Sociologist (Fifth Edition): Dalton Conley
  124. Fundamentals of Canadian Nursing: Concepts, Process, and Practice, Fourth Canadian Edition: Kozier, Barbara J., MN, RN & Erb, Glenora, BScN, RN & Audrey T. Berman & Shirlee Snyder & Frandsen, Geralyn, EdD, MSN, RN & Buck, Madeleine, RN, BScN, MScN & Linda Ferguson & Yiu, Lucia, RN, BSc, BA, MScN & Stamler, Lynnette Leeseberg, RN, PhD
  125. Foundations of Clinical Research Applications to Practice, 3rd Edition: Leslie G Portney
  126. Essentials of Managing Human Resources, 6th Canadian edition: Eileen Stewart & Melanie Peacock
  127. Advanced Accounting, 13th Edition: Joe Ben Hoyle
  128. Accounting Information Systems, 14th Edition: Marshall B. Romney, Paul J. Steinbart
  129. Quantum Mechanics, Sixth Edition: Alastair I. M. Rae & Jim Napolitano
  130. Environmental Engineering: Fundamentals, Sustainability, Design, 2nd Edition: James R. Mihelcic & Julie B. Zimmerman
  131. Ethics: Selections from Classic and Contemporary Writers: Oliver A. Johnson & Andrews Reath
  132. Managing Human Resources, 8th Canadian edition: Monica Belcourt, Parbudyal Singh, Scott Snell , Shad Morris , George Bohlander
  133. Essence of Anthropology, 4th Edition: William A. Haviland, Harald E. L. Prins, Dana Walrath, Bunny McBride
  134. Organizational Behavior and Management, 10th Edition: John M Ivancevich, Robert Konopaske, Michael T Matteson
  135. Purchasing and Supply Chain Management, 6th edition: Robert M. Monczka, Robert B. Handfield, Larry C. Giunipero, James L. Patterson
  136. DeGarmo's Materials and Processes in Manufacturing, 11th Edition: J. T. Black
  137. Steel Design (Activate Learning with these NEW titles from Engineering!), 6th edition: William T. Segui
  138. Microeconomics, 2nd Canadian Version: Paul Krugman & Robin Wells & Iris Au & Jack Parkinson
  139. International Marketing, 10th edition: Michael R. Czinkota & Ilkka A. Ronkainen
  140. Crafting & Executing Strategy: The Quest for Competitive Advantage: Concepts and Cases (Irwin Management), 21st Edition: Arthur Thompson & Margaret Peteraf
  141. Byrd & Chen's Canadian Tax Principles, 2016 - 2017 Edition :Clarence Byrd & Ida Chen
  142. College Physics, 10th Global Edition: Hugh D. Young & Philip W. Adams & Raymond Joseph Chastain
  143. The Science of Psychology: An Appreciative View; 4th Edition: Laura A. King
  144. Concise Rules of APA Style, Sixth Edition (Concise Rules of the American Psychological Association (APA) Style): American Psychological Association
  145. Calculus, 10th edition: Ron Larson & Bruce Edwards
  146. Automotive Maintenance and Light Repair (Automotive Comprehensive Books): 1st Edition
  147. Macroeconomics, Fifth Canadian Edition: Olivier Blanchard, David H. Johnson
  148. The Cultural Landscape: An Introduction to Human Geography, 12th edition: James M. Rubenstein
  149. General Anatomy and Musculoskeletal System (THIEME Atlas of Anatomy), 2nd edition: Michael Schuenke, Erik Schulte, Udo Schumacher
  150. Managerial Economics in a Global Economy, 8th Edition: Dominick Salvatore
  151. Virtualization Complete: Business ELITE Edition (Proxmox-freeNAS-Zentyal-pfSense-freePBX-Artica Zarafa & FreeWebs): Lee R. Surber
  152. Essential University Physics, Volume 1, 3rd Edition: Richard Wolfson
  153. Fundamentals of Case Management Practice: Skills for the Human Services, 5th edition: Nancy Summers
  154. Understanding Business (Irwin Introduction to Business), 11th Edition: William G Nickels , James McHugh , Susan McHugh
  155. Corporate Finance, Third Canadian Edition: Jonathan Berk, Peter DeMarzo, David Stangeland
  156. The Developing Person Through Childhood and Adolescence, 10th Edition: Kathleen Stassen Berger
  157. Prescott’s Microbiology, 10th edition: Joanne M. Willey, Linda M. Sherwood, Christopher J. Woolverton
  158. World Civilizations, The Global Experience, Seventh Edition: Peter N. Stearns, Michael B. Adas , Stuart B. Schwartz, Marc Jason Gilbert
  159. Murray & Nadel's Textbook of Respiratory Medicine E-Book (Murray and Nadel's Textbook of Respiratory Medicine), Sixth Edition: V. Courtney Broaddus & Robert C Mason & Joel D Ernst & Talmadge E King & Stephen C. Lazarus & John F. Murray & Jay A. Nadel & Arthur Slutsky & Michael Gotway
  160. Business Forecasting: with ForecastX™, Sixth Edition: J. Holton Wilson & Barry Keating
  161. The United Nations and Changing World Politics, 8th edition: Thomas G. Weiss & David P Forsythe & Roger A. Coate & Kelly-Kate Pease
  162. Bridging the Gap: College Reading (12th Edition): Brenda D. Smith & LeeAnn Morris
  163. Data Mining For Business Analytics: Concepts, Techniques, and Applicationswith XLMiner®, 3rd edition: Galit Shmueli, Peter C. Bruce, Nitin R. Patel
  164. Medical-Surgical Nursing: Assessment and Management of Clinical Problems, Single Volume, 9th Edition: Sharon L. Lewis & Shannon Ruff Dirksen & Margaret M. Heitkemper & Linda Bucher
  165. Organizational Behavior, 7th edition: McShane
  166. Elementary & Intermediate Algebra for College Students, Media Update, 4th edition: Allen R. Angel & Dennis C. Runde
  167. Principles of Managerial Finance, Brief (7th Edition): Lawrence J. Gitman , Chad J. Zutter
  168. Principles of Managerial Finance, Brief (6th Edition): Lawrence J. Gitman , Chad J. Zutter
  169. Biology of Plants, Eighth Edition: Peter H. Raven & Ray F. Evert & Susan E. Eichhorn
  170. Environmental Science for a Changing World (Canadian Edition) 5th: Marnie Branfireun
  171. The Talent Management Handbook, Second Edition: Creating a Sustainable Competitive Advantage by Selecting, Developing, and Promoting the Best People (Business Skills and Development): Lance A. Berger & Dorothy R. Berger
  172. Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing For Canadian Practice, 3rd edition: Wendy Austin & Mary Ann Boyd
  173. The Law and Business Administration in Canada (14th Edition): J.E. Smyth, Dan Soberman, Alex Easson , Shelley McGill
  174. Managing Organizational Behavior: What Great Managers Know and Do, 2nd Edition: Timothy Baldwin, Bill Bommer , Robert Rubin
  175. Textbook of Biochemistry with Clinical Correlations, 7th edition: Devlin, Thomas M.;
  176. Cengage Advantage Books: Business Law Today, The Essentials: Text and Summarized Cases, 11th Edition: Roger LeRoy Miller
  177. Exploring Art: A Global, Thematic Approach, 5th Edition: Margaret Lazzari
  178. Functions Modeling Change: A Preparation for Calculus, 5th Edition: Eric Connally, Deborah Hughes-Hallett, Andrew M. Gleason , Phil Cheifetz
  179. Legal Environment, 6th edition: Jeffrey F. Beatty, Susan S. Samuelson & Patricia Sánchez Abril
  180. Essentials of Organizational Behaviour, First Canadian Edition: Stephen P. Robbins & Timothy A. Judge & Katherine Breward
  181. Student Laboratory Manual for Seidel's Guide to Physical Examination - Revised Reprint - E-Book, Eighth Edition: Jane W. Ball & Joyce E. Dains & G. William Benedict & Denise Vanacore-Chase & John A. Flynn & Barry S. Solomon & Rosalyn W. Stewart
  182. Canadian Business and the Law, 6th edition: Dorothy Duplessis, Shannon O'Byrne, Philip King, Lorrie Adams, Steve Enman
  183. Microeconomics, 6th Edition: R. Glenn Hubbard & Anthony Patrick O’Brien
  184. Organic Chemistry, 2nd Edition: David R. Klein
  185. Student Study Guide and Solutions Manual to accompany Organic Chemistry 2nd Edition: David Klein
  186. Robbins and Cotran Pathologic Basis of Disease, Professional Edition E-Book (Robbins Pathology), Ninth Edition: Vinay Kumar & Abul K. Abbas & Nelson Fausto & Jon C. Aster
  187. Fundamentals of Information Systems, 9th edition: Ralph Stair & George Reynolds
  188. Business Research Methods, 9th edition: William G. Zikmund, Barry J. Babin , Jon C. Carr , Mitch Griffin
  189. International Marketing, 17th Edition: Philip Cateora, John Graham, Mary Gilly
  190. Designing Engineers: An Introductory Text, 1st edition: Susan McCahan & Peter E. Weiss & Phil Anderson & Mark Kortschot
  191. Fundamentals of Thermodynamics, 9th Edition: Claus Borgnakke , Richard E. Sonntag
  192. Electric Circuits (Activate Learning with these NEW titles from Engineering!): James S. Kang
  193. Psychology: From Inquiry to Understanding, 3rd US edition: Scott O. Lilienfeld & Steven Jay Lynn & Laura L. Namy & Nancy J. Woolf & Kenneth M. Cramer & Rodney Schmaltz
  194. Psychology: From Inquiry to Understanding, 3rd Canadian edition: Scott O. Lilienfeld & Steven Jay Lynn & Laura L. Namy & Nancy J. Woolf & Kenneth M. Cramer & Rodney Schmaltz
  195. Print Reading for Engineering and Manufacturing Technology, 3rd edition: David A. Madsen
  196. Microeconomics , 14th Canadian Edition: Campbell R McConnell , Stanley L Brue , Sean Masaki Flynn, Tom Barbiero
  197. Wheater's Functional Histology E-Book: A Text and Colour Atlas (FUNCTIONAL HISTOLOGY (WHEATER'S)), Sixth Edition: Barbara Young & Phillip Woodford & Geraldine O'Dowd
  198. Human Geography, 9th edition: William Norton & Michael Mercier
  199. Understanding Digital Culture, 1st edition: Vincent Miller
  200. Voices of Freedom: A Documentary History (Fifth Edition) (Vol. 1), 5th Edition: Eric Foner
  201. College Mathematics for Business, Economics, Life Sciences, and Social Sciences, 13th Edition: Raymond A. Barnett, Michael R. Ziegler, Karl E. Byleen
  202. Building Construction: Principles, Materials, & Systems (2nd Edition): Madan L Mehta Ph.D., Walter Scarborough, Diane Armpriest
  203. The Language of Medicine, 11th edition: Davi-Ellen Chabner
  204. The American Political System (Core Third Edition): Ken Kollman
  205. Jordan's Fundamentals of the Human Mosaic, Second Edition: Terry G. Jordan-Bychkov
  206. Physical Chemistry: A Molecular Approach, 1st Edition: Donald A. McQuarrie & John D. Simon
  207. Database Systems - Introduction to Databases and Data Warehouses ,Edition 1: Nenad Jukic, Susan Vrbsky, Svetlozar Nestorov
  208. History in Practice 2nd edition: Ludmilla Jordanova
  209. Marketing: Defined, Explained, Applied (2nd Edition): Michael P Levens
  210. Comprehensive Medical Assisting: Administrative and Clinical Competencies, 6th edition: Wilburta Q. Lindh & Carol D. Tamparo & Barbara M. Dahl & Julie Morris & Cindy Correa
  211. Sleisenger and Fordtran's Gastrointestinal and Liver Disease: Pathophysiology, Diagnosis, Management (Gastrointestinal & Liver Disease (SleisingeFordtran)), Tenth Edition: Mark Feldman MD & Lawrence S. Friedman MD & Lawrence J. Brandt MD
  212. Research in Psychology: Methods and Design, 8th Edition: Kerri A. Goodwin & C. James Goodwin: Kerri A. Goodwin & C. James Goodwin
  213. Systems Architecture, 7th edition: Stephen D. Burd
  214. Data Structures and Abstractions with Java, 4th Edition: Frank M. Carrano, Timothy M. Henry
  215. Cognitive Psychology: Connecting Mind, Research, and Everyday Experience, 4th ed.: E. Bruce Goldstein
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