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  1. Nick Lamb says:

    Huh. The planned messaging in the UK (in ~1940 when the British government thought Sea Lion was both viable and possibly imminent) was "You can always take one with you" rather than purporting victory in death.

  2. Jason Kaczor says:

    While - these are awesome... some idiots (you know who...) will probably weaponize the third one as a stupid FaceBook/Twitter meme and their cult members will interpret them the wrong way...

    The last two paragraphs of Charlie Stross's "Dead plots" post regarding conspiracy theories as fiction resonates... (and I mean, half his written career is based off wacky conspiracy theories..."A Colder War")


    (Argh, I love me some conspiracy theories as fiction - but "teh stupid" will always be with us, I just wish they could just go back to church and get off the internet entirely...)

    • Pronoiac says:

      Around a decade ago, I considered setting up a wiki to annotate the Illuminatus books. I feel like I dodged something now.

  3. Jeff says:

    Wow. The weather one was wild. My son loves the moon. I'm not so sure that's so wholesome anymore@$_4&+;;:&6788((!!;;........beeeeeeep TRANSMISSION SUPRESSED BY ERROR CORRECTION.... END TRANSMISSION....

    go outside

    l00k up

    moon good, blood^h^h^h^h^hlight good


  4. Corey says:

    Found out about Local58 a few years ago, probably via nexpo on youtube.

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