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2021.01.20. SPACE

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What is Elon Musk doing? - Oh, nothing, just riding the bike in his own way
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2021.01.20.
VILLANOVELLAS
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Dr Titus Bánhegyi reckoned he had managed to identify the area of the brain which is responsible for sensations of emptiness and hopelessness. Or as he put it: the cerebral bump in which Nothing resides.
2020.01.20. villanovellas
Casimir commenced work on a dark, earth-shaking work—a horror novel straightaway. Only before long he was seized by the misapprehension that because the novel was unmasking Evil the dead were angry, and they were doing all they could to ensure that the work would never reach print.
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It was impossible not to worship her. Everyone did indeed adore her, and the whole world waited for the countess herself to be happy at last—for her exaltedly ensconced, splendid peace and strength to find a worthy partner and purpose. At complete variance with all expectations, however, Natascha glittered alone like the Sun even after years.
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2021.01.20. Videos from Centauri
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Centauri, the ‘mysterious writer’, doesn’t live in the States, and yet his first novel is a genuine modern grand American novel. Spine-tingling accidents, attacks, brain surgery, boozing sessions, crises, and amorous disappointments mark the life of young Dan Coolbirth, whose romance with the much older Angelica is interrupted by a double homicide. That is when the road movie starts, and Dan flees from California northwards to Montana, where he comes across Teya, an Indian girl of ravishing beauty and special powers...
2020.01.20. ICEPICK
But they said nothing at all, and that was the last straw. They pretended nothing at all had happened. Perhaps they were relieved once my mother had gone, but then can’t have supposed it was a bundle of fun for me as well. After all, she had given birth to me, so it was not as simple as my having sight of her as sauntered out of the entrance door. I’m serious. Who gives a shit about how moths and fathers step in or out of doors at our place the way Mother did. I was the first in the family over four generations to know both my parents. That’s a trfle embarrassing, I reckon.
2020.01.20. ICEPICK
Grandpa’s fae was sealed much earlier, probably already back in 1848, in New England. During an explosion a devilishly big iron rod zinged into the noggin of a decent chap named Phineas Gage. It entered through his face and exited through the top of his skull. In those days steam machines no longer counted as novelties, but for boilers to blow up was still a common occurrence. I have no idea exactly what the hell detonated next to Phineas’s conk, matbe a locomotive, butin any event it must have been a huge bang, because the pipe shot through his head like a rifle bullet.
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2021.01.20. NOVELLAS
I had seen fog as it spread from tree to tree in an alder thicket, and as it slowly curled around a hilltop gun placement; I had seen from above, as it lodged in the trough of a valley far below, and as it steamed from north to south on a mountain pass; seen it as it layered on the asphalt road on my way homewards; I had also seen fog descending and lifting within just minutes, as well as choking smog that did not clear for weeks; on the shore of the Simpson Straits, in the Northwest Territories, I have stood in fog so thick that I could see only as far as the tip of my nose. But never before, anywhere, had I seen anything as dense as the fog inside me that summer.
2020.01.20. BOOK
Centauri is best known for not being known.
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ABOUT THE CENTAURI
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"His short stories have been labelled to be provocative, radical, merciless, enjoyable, humorous, beautifully rich, impressive, masculine, cynical, grave, hypnotic, virtuosic, absurd, grotesque, of high stature, satiric, nice, gently emotional, drastic, apocryphal, oceanic..."

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