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Geoffrey McVey
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Is it that time of the year already? Winter just seems to fly past.
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Post-Patreon:

Writer me: "Yay! People like what I have to offer!"

Canadian me: "Do not look upon me, for I am unworthy of attention."

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The Rothlingsmark Patreon is finally live. Worldbuilders, gamers, and gamer-adjacent people, please share the word. It's for a good cause and I promise it will be worth your while.

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Sure, I can't read the language yet, but how hard could it be to teach myself with only the internet and some very outdated grammars to help?

(Answer: "quite")

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Given the burden that fact-checkers will struggle under for the next four years, it might be time to revive some of the text notations described by Isidore of Seville in his Etymologies. They would save a great deal of time.
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18/01/2017
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I don't know how I missed this when it first came out.

Caution: do not read at your office desk if you don't want workmates to wonder about you.

Term of the evening after a conversation with +Dymphna C. started to veer off track: Meh-nad

"I know we're supposed to go out for orgiastic frenzies tonight, but the weather's really terrible and I'm just not feeling it. You want to stay in, open some chardonnay, and watch a movie instead? If we want to be wild, we can have a few glasses and do some Cosmo quizzes."

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Naloxone saves lives, and you can carry it in your purse. You don't need a prescription. Many communities give it away for free.

Naloxone (sometimes called Narcan) is medication that works to inhibit the effects of opiates. It is safe, effective, and has been used in clinical settings for decades. If you adminsiter it to someone who has overdosed on heroin (or another opiate), they can recover within minutes. It can be administered via nasal spray. (I hate to break it to you, but Pulp Fiction is unrealistic.)

Maybe you'll never need it, but trust me: you never want to be in a situation where you need it and you don't have it.
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