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Imported from Storify: The Alt Nat US Park Service Twitter and Why You Should Follow Them

Alt US Nat Park Service: Resisting Trump Edit Alt US Nat Park Service: Resisting Trump So this alternate account account apparently has existed for a while: AltUSNatParkService@AltNatParkSer @WingsScotland Oi, fellow plebian. What say you, honourable rev, on the elecshun result? … Continue reading

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This is just to say…

Still planning on finishing Dr Laura. Just having a rough time with my health lately. Stay tuned.

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Dr Laura: Ch 2

Either chapter two is a lot better than chapter one, or I’m acclimating to the water quickly. There’s even some advice in here that’s decent. Chapter 2 is about “Stupid courtship”. On of the harder things I’ve been learning about … Continue reading

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New Series: Reading Dr Laura

Dr Laura and I have a┬áhistory. My mother, whom I have written about on this blog before and whom my senpai has repeatedly offered to punch in the face, was a huge fan of Dr Laura back in the day. … Continue reading

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Tomboy Hair: An Update

It seems my Tomboy’s Guide to Curly Hair has been getting some attention lately, so I wanted to give you all an update. You see, there comes a time in every butch person’s life where they want a real, solid … Continue reading

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On fatness, part 1

I’m going to save you some time and state my conclusion up front: diets don’t work. Does that make you angry? Are you already drafting a letter about how I’m irresponsible and reckless and playing fast and loose with my … Continue reading

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A proposed bill to strengthen our country’s technological infrastructure

A proposed bill to strengthen our country’s technological infrastructure: Remove the exemption classification for IT workers. Mandate that any flexible hours worked outside of the normal shift in response to an incident or other business-driven trigger (“on-call” activation) is considered … Continue reading

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