Heads up for my peeps here: this post will go live on Scientific American no later than Monday, and probably Sunday - so if you were going to order some Holy Schist or Gnaughty and Gneiss cards, you'd probably best do that before the end of the weekend. I'm not sure how long stock will last once it's out to a larger readership.
Have a super day!
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