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Due to late payments on several loans, the United States was owned by the Dominion of Newfoundland for a week during the Twenty-three Day Panic of 1801, a very brief economic depression.
The ignominy of it all has still got me down. That’s a "depression" pun.
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No phone, no lights, no motorcar…okay, not really. Phone, lights and motorcars are back. Things should be back to “normal” on Monday…ish. We’re at the phase of post-hurricane recovery where we curse FEMA. Try it at home!
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Moving across town isn’t much of an evacuation, but I’ll be on higher ground for the next few days.
Stay dry! Unless you don’t need to.
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From Wikiquote's Latin Phrases.
Fabricando fit faber. – "Practice makes perfect.".
Facilis descensus Averno. – "The descent to hell is easy."
Okay, so, practice, practice, practice. Any questions?
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An author has released a book into the wild.
‘Move Under Ground’ by Nick Mamatas.
The Elder Gods have returned and Jack Kerouac and Neal Cassady save the world. No, really.
"It took a long time; I had to avoid any block with an office building or a post office—the mugwumps (that’s what Allen called them, from Bill’s book, I remembered now—damn, I should have read it) were in force there."
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