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    Slothrop reacted to subvert47's post in the thread Chess with Like Like.
    seems like a good moment to mention my chess blog... http://200opengames.blogspot.com/ 🐧
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    Slothrop replied to the thread Chess.
    Like a lot of people, I've got back into chess via the online thing since lockdown, although I've come to realize that I kind of find it...
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    Slothrop replied to the thread what are you reading now?.
    I think it is, actually? I seem to remember being told at some point that it's pronounced Seek-oh.
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    Slothrop replied to the thread what are you reading now?.
    Just read Dan Sicko - Techno Rebels. It's good, I guess? Well researched, good information, engaging to read. I found it weirdly lacking...
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    Slothrop replied to the thread William Gibson.
    Meanwhile on Twitter:
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    Slothrop replied to the thread "I'm trad, dad!".
    "You’re always on about these driving-belts, you are always exploding about internal combustion. We’ve had machines here in England for...
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    Slothrop replied to the thread Election 2020.
    My thought last night was that it looked less like a genuine coup attempt and more like a bunch of fuckwits larping a coup attempt, if...
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    Slothrop replied to the thread Insomnia.
    TBH at this point I'd assume that anyone who just hits the pillow and immediately conks out for eight hours of deep, uninterrupted sleep...
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    Slothrop reacted to DannyL's post in the thread Children with Like Like.
    Having a kid is weird in the pandemic also cos you can't do the normal stuff involving grandparents, babysitters, or take em anywhere...
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    Slothrop replied to the thread Children.
    A weird thing about having a baby during the pandemic is that so much of your normal stuff is on hold anyway and you have no idea how...
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    Slothrop replied to the thread Record of the Year 2020.
    "Everyone nominate one and then vote for the order" or even "everyone nominate one and then don't bother ordering them" would arguably...
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    Slothrop replied to the thread Record of the Year 2020.
    I think it's particularly noticeable for Wire because pluralism is kind of central to what they do. With a mag that's tied in to a...
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    I've only read the Prelude, though.
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    IT was a close, warm, breezeless summer night, Wan, dull, and glaring, with a dripping fog Low-hung and thick that covered all...
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    I quite like the bit in The Prelude about going up Snowdon at night.
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