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I've started a Telegram channel for my Babylon Tales writing. I'll use it kinda like an interactive email newsletter (comments enabled on Broadcast messages). Consider joining us in Telegram!

RADIO HOST: Climate change isn't real. No science. It's political. It's all about making money.

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RADIO HOST: Climate change isn't real. No science. It's political. It's all about making money. Pauses for commercial break.

Myrna Loy

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Myrna Loy One of the greatest, coolest, most sarcastic actors ever.

"The air is weird"

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"The air is weird" Been playing Dead Effect 2 on Xbox One and I'm loving it. I could tell it was gonna have an old school console shooter quality about it, and it does. Which makes me happy. I need one of those in my life. What's not to love? Sci-fi. Zombie killing. Neat weaponry. And sometimes, it just makes me laugh. Like this moment. -- I'm planning to write a review on this one. So more on it later. #DeadEffect #DeadEffect2 #Xbox #XboxOne

Writing: The Struggle is Real

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Writing: The Struggle is Real Writing, when it comes, is a glorious waterfall of emotions and glory. The feeling is one I can hardly describe. But there are moments, times, days, weeks, months when you become beaten. Slapped. Kicked. Beaten with a bat, run over by car. Shot. Stabbed. Trampled by a stampede. It’s a moment when you sit down to get to work and there is a void. A great nothingness. Thus begins a struggle with an invisible foe. It feels like it’s you against a black hole. It sucks you in and you can’t quit it. You stand no chance. It’s nothing. Nothing. Nothing. So you try to turn your thoughts away from the typing part of writing, try to focus on other things like notes. Research. Something. Still. Nothing. Punched. Spit upon. Scarred, cut, wounded. You’re not sure you can go on. You try desperately to trick yourself into it by turning to music. That trusty playlist you’ve been building up with music to help inspire and guide you. So you listen. You listen. You listen stil