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Poor Mojo's Almanac(k) Classic issue #422 (published February 19, 2009)
It could be a beaker full of death.
Giant Squid: Ask the Giant Squid: In Search Of Tycho Brahe's Nose (A Tahitian Tale; part three of not more than four) by the Giant Squid
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Fiction: They're My Arms Now by Lane Kareska
The dogs jumped in their traces. Eight dogs divided into two columns. Forepaws in the dry snow. Their breath smoked in the arctic air. They'd only done ten miles since last night's camp and were eager to do more. The youngest whined about it aloud until one of his seniors nipped him silent. . . .
Poetry: Up to the Heavens by Alex Galper
Outside, on a different planet
Arctic winds chill
to the bone
and winter bites.
But here . . .
Rant: The Third Book of Occult Philosophy by Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa
Concerning the bodies of Angels, there is a great dissension betwixt the late Divines, and Philosophers; for Thomas affirms that all angels are incorporeal, yea evil angels, yet that they do assume bodies sometimes, which after awhile they put off again; Dionysius in Divine Names strongly affirms that Angels are incorporeal. Yet Austin [Augustine] . . .