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Erik Bear
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I made a new Blog, currently it is about poetry and Batman: http://colddarkmatter.wordpress.com/
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issue #3 is out in stores so you should all BUY IT

http://www.mtv.com/geek/comic/issue/2285/jurassic-park-dangerous-games-3.jhtml

personally, i think this one has the best art of all the issues i've seen
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well if any oil tycoons want to become superman villains, they have their earthquake machines ready: http://thinkprogress.org/romm/2011/11/02/360014/shale-fracking-earthquakes/
A previously unreported study out of the Oklahoma Geological Survey has found that hydraulic fracturing may have triggered a swarm of small earthquakes earlier this year in Oklahoma. The quakes, which...
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the gorgeous zoomable history of science fiction

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They're both in there around "HARD"
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i started a Tumbles a while back but i don't think i linked it to anyone, so, here it is, words and pictures presented to you with no context whatsoever: http://phmrel.tumblr.com/
CONTEXT-FREE NOISE
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I forget if you were on the trip to Denmark and also old enough to remember the Jewish Museum in Copenhagen, also designed by Libeskind. Another very interesting use of space and planes. From Wikipedia: "The whole building is organized as a series of planes, each corresponding to a particular field of religious discourse. Together, the planes, named Exodus, Wilderness, The Giving of the Law, and The Promised Land, carve interior corridors of fractured passageways and slanted floors.[3] These corridors comprise the museum’s exhibition spaces and, as they wind, they form the letters for the Hebrew word Mitzvah, meaning “good deed.”
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the Loveland frog has the saddest ending of any cryptid story:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loveland_Frog

"Officer Mark Mathews, now retired, explained that the incident was "habitually blown out of proportion [. . .]". He stated that, "It was and is no 'monster'. It was not leathery or [had] wet matted fur. It was not 3-5 feet tall. It did not stand erect. The animal I saw was obviously some type of lizard that someone had as a pet that either got too large for its aquarium, escaped by accident or they simply got tired of it. It was less than 3 feet in length, ran across the road and was probably blinded by my headlights. It presented no aggressive action." Mathews attempted to shoot the creature in order to back-up the account of his partner's sighting a few nights prior, but the lizard escaped, most likely to die from its injury, or from the bitter freezing cold."

mistaken for a legend, it was always very mortal, and it died alone and unknown.
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Aww, poor thing.
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oh yeah, i almost forgot: Jurassic Park issue 2 came out the other week, so you should all go buy it!

http://www.comixology.com/sku/AUG110356/Jurassic-Park-Dangerous-Games-2-of-5-
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Frank and Louie the cat was born with two faces, two mouths, two noses, three eyes - and lots of doubts about his future. Now hes in the 2012 edition of Guinness World Records.
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Wrote a Jurassic Park comic, and some other stuff that's not as cool
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