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The Magazine Rack : Free Texts : Download & Streaming : Internet Archive
weird assortment of what's already been scanned.... pc/computer/gaming magazines, militia newsletters, and old issues of USA Gymnastics... um x_x

still, looking forward to a growing archive
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november 2017 by cluebucket
Warren Ellis – WARREN ELLIS is a graphic novelist, writer, public speaker and author of the NYT best-selling novel GUN MACHINE.
via mefi user holborne, from Orbital Operations newsletter:

"I understand there’s been some confusion online as to whether it’s ever right to punch a Nazi in the face. There is a compelling argument that all speech is equal and we should trust to the discourse to reveal these ideas for what they are and confidently expect them to be denounced and crushed out by the mechanisms of democracy and freedom.

"All I can tell you is, from my perspective as an old English socialist and cultural liberal who is probably way to the woolly left from most of you and actually has a medal for services to free speech — yes, it is always correct to punch Nazis. They lost the right to not be punched in the face when they started spouting genocidal ideologies that in living memory killed millions upon millions of people. And anyone who stands up and respectfully applauds their perfect right to say these things should probably also be punched, because they are clearly surplus to human requirements. Nazis do not need a hug. Nazis do not need to be indulged. Their world doesn’t get better until you’ve been removed from it. Your false equivalences mean nothing. Their agenda is always, always, extermination. Nazis need a punch in the face."
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january 2017 by cluebucket
Tinybeans | Online Baby Journal for Sharing with Family
present for when I run out of ideas as everyone around me pops one out
tinybeans  baby  journal  newsletter  app  family  photo  diary  privacy  gift  book 
december 2015 by cluebucket

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