Today’s share comes at an opportune time, a time of opportunity, to consider what is a nation, the nation or nations, how they may unite or cleave irreparably, how they might speak a common tongue. Here’s Martin Porter‘s flash “Dictionary, or the Scattering of the Nations“:
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The month of drawing-the-knife is well half over, yeah? Oh Reader, we want to tell you about this Spring we’ve kindled. (Soon.) Today’s vernal equinox gift is Douglas Luman‘s brillo “A Brief History of Arson“:
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