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mark a rayner: Twitterpocalypse

Writer’s note: Most of the Twitter handles are invented. And if the reverse chronology is a problem, you may prefer to start this short story at the beginning, but I recommend starting here: LandingPartyONE Displeased we did not demolish Twitter … . . . → Read More: mark a rayner: Twitterpocalypse

LeDaro: So… the World hasn’t ended

I was watching a documentary on CBC, I couldn’t finish it. It was too nonsensical. The documentary was on the supposed end of the world predicted for 2012. About people who actually believed it was going to happen, and were “preparing” with bomb shelters and other measures.

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Trashy's World: I should feel sorry for them, right?

Naaawwwww! (5) Trashy, Ottawa, Ontario . . . → Read More: Trashy’s World: I should feel sorry for them, right?

mark a rayner | scribblings, squibs & sundry monkey joys: Clown Apocalypse: The Sexy Cataclysm

The Clown Apocalypse was not universally grim, unless you were coulrophobe with a debilitating fear of clowns. Apart from the moments of hilarity you’d sometimes get when you saw someone who was previously uncoordinated juggling while riding a unicycle, or … Continue reading →

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mark a rayner | scribblings, squibs & sundry monkey joys: Why Everyone Should Read Cat’s Cradle

“Now I will destroy the whole world.” – What Bokonists say when they commit suicide, Cat’s Cradle, Chapter 106 You’d think a story about the end of the world – not just the world of one person, or human civilization, … Continue reading →

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