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Foes and More

It’s weird how the Irish religious festival of St. Patrick’s Day became mostly a day for drinking a lot here in the States, but that’s how these things often work. I don’t drink that much, but I did wear green, … Continue reading

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I Still Read Books

The Homeward Bounders, by Diana Wynne Jones – This book adapts the idea of gods playing games with mankind, except here they’re not really gods, but demonic beings known as Them who banish anyone who interferes with their games to … Continue reading

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Lugh’s Clues

Hey, who’s up for more mythology? If you’re not, you can skip this post or look at it later, but I found out from the pagans on my LiveJournal friends page that today is Lughnasadh, so I thought it would … Continue reading

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