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David Artman
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Yogscast playing Microscope.
https://youtu.be/iTAPkCpLuuE

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I think I've figured out an influence for +Jason Morningstar​ cover art.
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+Jason Morningstar​, +Steve Segedy​: a mug for skeletons players! :-)

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I wish I'd read this back in my liberty spiked Mohawk days! ;-)
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GOD @ ConGregate?
http://www.con-gregate.com/

I'd be interested. Otherwise, I'll be a GM and maybe host some of my newer games (I tend to run more-established games at GOD).

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On this day:
At 16th June of 1986,The Smiths released the album 'The Queen Is Dead'.

The Queen Is Dead is the third studio album by the English alternative rock band The Smiths. It was released on 16 June 1986 in the United Kingdom by Rough Trade Records and released in the United States on 23 June 1986 through Sire Records.

The album spent twenty-two weeks on the UK Albums Chart, peaking at No. 2. Across the Atlantic, it reached No. 28 in Canada on the RPM 100 album chart and No. 70 on the Billboard 200 chart, and was certified Gold by the RIAA in late 1990.

The album cover, designed by Morrissey, features Alain Delon from the 1964 film L'Insoumis. In 2013 The Queen Is Dead was ranked the greatest record of all time on NME Greatest Albums of All Time list.

The album is popularly regarded as The Smiths' best album.
Its mix of jangle pop, British Invasion, music hall, rockabilly and punk rock quickly became a British sensation and established The Smiths as one of the biggest bands of their era

#TheSmiths  #TheQueenisDead
#Album  #Onthisday
#Alternativerock
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This is pretty important, folks. Reshare, tell others, write your representatives. Extremely great idea!

Solar FREAKIN' Roadways!: http://youtu.be/qlTA3rnpgzU
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Memorial Day always puts me into an emotional conflict.

When does respect for honorable and dutiful sacrifice begin to sanction the ill wills and greed that required it? Do we have any more righteous wars left in us? Did we ever?

I find myself thinking that, just like Valentine's Day, this is another shitty holiday. Love deserves more than one calendar entry, so surely pain and loss does as well. The men and women lost to an aggressive will are remembered daily by their loved ones; why, as a nation, can't we find time enough every day to do the same?

And maybe, just maybe, in that remembrance decide that throwing more children into the meat grinder won't work any better than it did millennia ago?

Memorial Day is aptly named. Remember why war is the ultimate failure of everything that makes us human.
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