Monthly Archives: May 2017

  1. Binging Victorian

    05/27/2017 by syrbal-labrys

    Some years back, when an acquaintance characterized my house as a “cottage”, I characterized his nigh-onto-MacMansion as “Neo-Victorian.”  In some …
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  2. Truthy Tuesday – Candles in the Dark

    05/23/2017 by syrbal-labrys

    Ah, the road is long and dark here.  As I begin to function again, I cannot say the same of …
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  3. Monday Maenad – Pretty Little Lying Liars

    05/22/2017 by syrbal-labrys

    Is it magic of any sort when I name something for something else and destroy renamed object(s)?  Unlike this clear-thinking …
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  4. The Witch in the Garden

    05/21/2017 by syrbal-labrys

    I’ve not been doing HecateDemeter’s “Magical Battle of America” rites on Saturdays — not for just over a month now. …
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  5. Fucked Friday – Be Afraid Before It Is Too Late, Act While You Can

    05/12/2017 by syrbal-labrys

    Every week brings more shit to the storm, no? Back when the whole Patriot Act bullshit began and all the …
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  6. Truthy Tuesday

    05/09/2017 by syrbal-labrys

    Yes, I love Stephen Colbert. But no, this post is not about him. I’ve been struggling since mid-April after a …
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  7. Monday Maenad

    05/08/2017 by syrbal-labrys

    Yes, let’s all take a moment to think about those fuckers in Congress, shall we?  How few of them are …
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  8. Shut Up, Already?

    05/06/2017 by syrbal-labrys

    The Trumpler doesn’t like people saying stuff. Well, unless it is stuff about how “great” he is.  But if you …
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  9. :::Pinching Bridge of Nose:::

    05/02/2017 by syrbal-labrys

    Rethuglican Presidents: can’t live with them, can’t export them to Mars.  As HecateDemeter just reminded us, it is the season …
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