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Apollo Lemmon
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I'm vegan, integral, transhumanist, socialist, and unceasingly enthusiastic about life.
I'm vegan, integral, transhumanist, socialist, and unceasingly enthusiastic about life.

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I enjoyed a run this afternoon under some overcast skies. I’m planning to be running every day again as Spring arrives this week.  ​Explored area around Abel Township with Head of Runners, retrieved govt supply drop #zombiesrun

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I was thrilled when Niki Ashton entered the leadership race for Canada’s New Democratic Party. We need leaders like her who are willing to be open about being socialist and to take stands against the real dangers that come with the agendas of the…

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“Low Light” is a hopeful, catchy single from Hillsburn. The song can be purchased through Bandcamp and the video is a treat, with familiar streets of Halifax popping up. Now while the city sleeps, Kiss me in the street, my love. I’m learning to be…

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The Your Lie in April anime series took me nearly a year to finish and won my heart. I began watching in May of last year and, having savoured the episodes, just today finished the heartbreaking, touching final episode. It’s stunningly animated,…

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Tony C. Smith, of the venerable science fiction audio magazine StarShipSofa, is putting together a science fiction anthology in response to the rampant xenophobia we see in evidence across the world and especially in the form of American fascism. He has…

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Bambu’s Prey for the Devil arrived in September of  2016, but it still feels very fresh and timely. The album’s social justice and radical left core resonates more than ever in 2017. The tracks are brilliant, start-to-finish, and this album has stayed…

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The Most Wonderful Wonder quickly became one of my favourite podcasts because of it's wonderful blend of history and folk music. Every episode has been a delight. In the aftermath of the American election, the podcast featured a snapshot of the life of Joe Hill in "The Preacher and The Slave". His fight against callous business owners, the Salvation Army and capitalism more widely is beautifully captured by Welcome Little Stranger. It's a piece of history we need more than ever today.

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This afternoon I ran the Zombies, Run! Fall 10k virtual race. The story was a fun take on the evil A.I. trope.

I finished in 49:18, a bit slower than I'd have liked, coming in 66th of 686 so far. 

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The Halloween episode of The Night Time Podcast features ghost stories from around my city. Haunted Halifax has stories from Citadel Hill, the old Spring Garden library and a local golf course. It's a short exploration of the ghosts and history that abide here and the narration brings to life some often forgotten things that make up the strangeness of this city.

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Saturday I began the Zombies, Run! Fall 2016 Virtual Race along a waterfront trail in Dartmouth. At that spot there's a great drinking mural and it was surrounded by a puddle that gave me the impression of the giant person having dipped the mug in.
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