Category Archives: Literature

Three For Ship by Crispus Knight

“My story is that of a Stockholm victim. The Pong lifestyle came naturally to me, and I mean the whole wonderful idea of it—the aesthetic principles of the game, its sacred rituals, and intense drinking requirements; the late night binges, missed … Continue reading

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HCS (I, 4): Halloween

Near the end of October, Dingo announced at a community dinner meeting that we were going to go “reverse trick-or-treating.” The reality of the suggestion hit home. At this point in time, there was still no power in much of … Continue reading

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Hurricane Camp Stories, Part I, Chapter 2: 2113

“9/2/2005  9:13 a.m.  WE ARE sorry for the school, but the shelter was a blessing. We had to bring over 200 people here with no help from any Coast Guard Boats, people died and are still in there house, we … Continue reading

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Hurricane Camp Stories: Part I, Chapter 1

Part I October 10, 2005 — January 8, 2006   “A solitude ten thousand fathoms deep Sustains the bed on which we lie, my dear: Although I love you, you will have to leap; Our dream of safety has to … Continue reading

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Who Dat?

“Who Dat?” (1937) Who dat up there / who’s dat down there Who dat up there / who dat well down there Who’s dat up there / sayin’ who’s dat down there When I see you up there / well … Continue reading

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Ken Jennings Weekly Trivia

This is our second week bringing you Ken Jennings’ Weekly Trivia.  Last week, we though Kate M. nailed question 7 when she answered that Captain Ahab, Bilbo Baggins, Mother Courage, Huck Finn, Ethan Frome, Sherlock Holmes, Lord Jim, Philip Marlowe, … Continue reading

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World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War (Book Review)

I’m very excited to be writing this for a number of reasons: 1) This is my first non-music-tournament post 2) Anyone that has talked to me after midnight on any given weekend of at least the last two years has … Continue reading

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