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Colin Mitchell @muffinista

@rustyk5 I have a dream about turning this into a game sometimes

@HappyHorseSkull i think it's ticks, but experience both all summer long and would rather not deal with either

ugh i hate ticks soo much

i pruned raspberries and planted blueberries so my whole body is covered in phantom thorns and ticks

Bill of San Dimas. Ted of San Dimas. The school at San Dimas. Rufus of the sun. The Sun to the East.

Lincoln of Hodgenville. Lincoln at Washington. Bill and Ted at Washington.

Lincoln at San Dimas. San Dimas, the sun high.

The Assembly at the School of San Dimas. Their faces long, eyes white. Bill and Ted at the Assembly. The Assembly, Their eyes wide!

Lincoln at the Assembly, Temba: "Darmok and Jalad at Tanagra! The river Temarc... IN SPRING!"

Temba, his arms open: Lincoln at San Dimas.

"it's good so see you online again" hallmark card

Interesting: Internet Archive says that for government and military sites, it has quietly stopped following robots.txt โ€” which is usually used to instruct search engines, not archivists. They might expand that out to more sites, too: blog.archive.org/2017/04/17/ro

It is claimed Ernest Hemingway once wrote a six-word short story that could make people cry for a bet. The wager was ten dollars, which Hemingway won with the following: Show more

These Were Simply To Holler

You halloo
the plums
that were towards this icebox

or whom
we are probably substituting
off breakfast

Perplex me
I will have been delicious
peculiarly sweet
but duly cold

@muffinista Eugen, his Patreon well-funded.

it's bizarrely refreshing that I can't search to see if someone else has already tooted the same joke or idea as me

a mastodon instance where everyone is required to toot in Darmok-style allegory

a clean well lit SEO guide

@muffinista

FOR SALE: Under Kilimanjaro. Never read

personally i want to know a six-word story that would make Ernest Hemingway do the crying