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Posted by Mark Oshiro

In the first part of The Fifth Elephant, I’M IN, LET’S DO THIS. Intrigued? Then it’s time for Mark to read Discworld.

Well, I’m starting my twenty-fourth Discworld book today. And after twenty-three of these things, I was ready for some familiarity. Indeed, this book employs a few repetitive themes or motfis. We’ve got the massive scope of the introduction, the detached narration, and the hint of something, somewhere, that’s hiding. Or happening. Or sneaking around. Or plotting. You get the idea. (And usually, I completely forget about it until later.) It’s a common method that Pratchett uses for foreshadowing, so not exactly revolutionary or anything. Thus, the fifth elephant must be important, as well as the dwarfen myth that a fifth elephant crashed onto the Disc. (Right as I typed that, a light went off in my head: that must be the reason for the fat deposits in the ground!) The same goes for the sleeping “thing” in the wagon. IT’S IMPORTANT, I KNOW IT.

But all is not the same in Ankh-Morpork! I was honestly surprised to get another Watch book so soon after the last one, but I am not complaining at all. Why? Here’s what’s changed since the last Watch book:

  • The installation of “cameras” in busy intersections that automatically photograph anyone who speeds. WHICH I CAN’T BELIEVE IS NOW A THING.
  • BOOTS! Like, the ones attached to cars, except these are attached to carts of anyone who breaks parking laws. Which… that’s a pretty huge thing to do right off the bat, right? Here in the States, we use car boots for people who have delinquent accounts, meaning that they had to have a certain number of unpaid tickets. (Or it’s an amount or it’s a time that it’s gone unpaid.) The boot cannot be removed until the outstanding balance is paid off.
  • Departments! That had been suggested in the last Watch book, but those departments are much more defined here, with different Watch members working in various places.
  • THE SEMAPHORE TOWERS!!! Okay, granted the first use of one in a Discworld books is hilariously unnecessary, since the trolls who can remove the boot are literally right down the street from Colon, but they’re still awesome!!! It’s a brilliant development for a city as large as Ankh-Morpork and with the Watch growing so frequently. Hell, it works well during he scene of the dwarf riot.
  • Based on Vimes’s conversation with the Patrician, there’s a new training school, the repair of the carrier pigeon network, THE RIVER WATCH (!!!!), and a new station on Chitterling Street.

These elements of progress are exciting for the reader because it’s a sign of just how much Pratchett has grown the Watch since they were first introduced. Gods, I can barely fathom just how run down, ignored, and dismissed the City Watch used to be, and now? Meetings with Lord Vetinari all the time. More rigorous patrolling. Departments. Technology. How many people actually work for the Watch these days? I don’t even know!

The Watch has come a long way, so I understood why Vimes felt so impossibly busy with the job. (Again, what a huge change for his character, too.) However, I am selfishly thrilled about the RIDICULOUS set-up for this book, which Pratchett gives us in the first twenty pages: the dwarfs of Überwald have a very important crowning (of the Low King!) coming up. It is vital that Ankh Morpork have a presence so that they can continue to benefit materially from the things that the dwarfs export to other nations. (Including those fat deposits.)

Guess which Duke has to go?

Look, on a very base level, I love the idea of Vimes being annoyed. HE’S JUST SO FUNNY WHEN HE IS UNCOMFORTABLE AND IRRITATED. But I’m actually more excited about who he is going to bring along with him:

“I suggest Sergeant Angua, Sergeant Detritus and Corporal Littlebottom.”

“Ah,” said Carrot, nodding encouragingly.

“Sorry?” said Vimes. “I think there must have been a whole piece of conversation just then that I must have missed.”

“A werewolf, a troll and a dwarf,” said Carrot. “Ethnic minorities, sir.”

“…but, in Uberwald, they are ethnic majorities,” said Lord Vetinari. “All three officers come from there originally, I believe. Their presence will speak volumes.”

I didn’t recall Detritus or Littlebottom coming from there, but I’l blame that on my memory, not Pratchett, and WHO CARES, THIS IS INCREDIBLY EXCITING. Y’all, I definitely did not expect another trip to Überwald after Carpe Jugulum, but we’re gonna get one AND it’ll be in the midst of the complicated and dramatic Low King ascension, AND three of my favorite Watch characters will all get to be along for the journey AND Vimes will most assuredly have to wear silly outfits.

THIS IS MY THING. I can’t wait!!!

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Mar. 24th, 2017 08:05 am
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I am still dead this morning and instead of spreading germs (like oh, I dunno, my advisor, the head the the art department, my graphic design professor, other students) I'm going to be responsible and courteous and stay home with my sickness. It's a terrible time because there are so many things due next week but I don't know, guys, I just can't find it within me to care.

I made a 94/100 on my introduction speech in public speaking. My only downfall was that I said "uhm" too many times, haha. I hope that my entertaining speech does as well (my topic was "Top Five TV Detectives (And Their Sidekicks) and in no particular order, I talked about: Shawn and Gus from Pysch, Adrian Monk from Monk, Jessica Fletcher from Murder, She Wrote, Munch and Fin from Law and Order: SVU, and of course, Sherlock and John from Sherlock. It was a pretty big hit with the class, I got some laughs and a lot of discussion afterwards, so that's nice.

Today's going to be spent catching up on DW (sorry I've been so absent, guys) and listening to the Beauty and the Beast soundtrack (I bought the deluxe edition, it has something like 52 tracks and they're all wonderful). Maybe, just maybe, I'll get a little something written for one or two of the super short prompt communities I'm a member of.
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DEAR HARRIETTE: My cousin and I have been close for all my life. We are about the same age, and we go to the same college. We applied to all the same schools and even have the same major. It has been fun having her to share the college experience with.

This morning, I received a text message from my cousin asking me to write a research paper for her. She offered me compensation for this. I was stunned. I have never even thought about having someone else do my work. I warned her about plagiarism and that her academic integrity is being placed on the line. How can I get the point across that she should never try to get out of doing her own work? -- Not Your Words, Syracuse, New York

DEAR NOT YOUR WORDS: It is doubtful that you can change your cousin’s mind about her unethical behavior. What you can do is put your foot down and let her know where you stand. Have a sincere conversation with her. Talk about your life together and all the things that you have enjoyed together over the years. Remind her of how excited you both were when you got into the same college. Impress upon her how special you believe it is that the two of you are on this journey together. Then, tell her that you do not think it is honest or wise to blur the lines the way she has suggested. Tell her that you absolutely will not write a paper for her, and that you do not think this is a path she should travel. Urge her to dig in and do the work herself.

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Mar. 24th, 2017 12:00 pm
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Posted by rbarenblat@gmail.com (Velveteen Rabbi)

FlamePurpleDECALAt the blessed crack of well-before-dawn on Sunday I'm heading south for what promises to be a truly extraordinary week.

Each year, the chaplains at Williams College partner with the Center for Learning in Action on an interfaith service trip to Tuscaloosa, Alabama. (See Alabama Calling, Williams Alumni Review, July 2012.) This year I am profoundly blessed to be one of the chaplains serving my alma mater, which means I get to take part!

The four chaplains (Jewish, Christian, Roman Catholic, and Muslim) will travel to Alabama with a group of a dozen students from a variety of faith backgrounds. This year's group includes students who self-identify as Jewish, Christian, Roman Catholic, Muslim, Buddhist, Deist, and atheist.

We'll begin the week by visiting the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute (and those who are there on that Sunday morning will attend services at the 16th Street Baptist Church; I'm sorry to miss that, though am grateful that those of us who are flying in on Sunday morning will get there in time for the Civil Rights Institute.)

Then we'll spend the week working on a Habitat for Humanity building project together, building a home for someone in need and continuing to help our host community there recover from tornadoes that devastated the area a few years ago. We'll camp out in a local church social hall, and cook vegetarian meals together each night. (I've packed my sleeping bag. The whole thing is giving me fond memories of touring with the Williams College Elizabethans during my own undergraduate days.)

Each night a different chaplain will offer teachings on the shared theme of brokenness and mending. Those evening sessions offer an opportunity to introduce students to our four different faith-traditions, and also to get them talking with each other and with us about how the conversations we're having in the evenings relate to the holy work we're doing during the day. 

Over the course of the week, as we engage with the civil rights movement and how that historic and historical struggle for human rights dovetails with today's politics, I expect that (alone and together) we'll wrestle with our own relationships to race and privilege. For most of us, the American South will be unfamiliar territory, so there's learning to do there. And for most of us, the kind of conscious multi-faith community we're aspiring to co-create will be unfamiliar territory, too. I suspect that all of us will find ourselves pushing up against our usual boundaries from time to time. 

We'll seal the week with what feels to me like a gloriously multi-modal celebration of Shabbat: first we'll attend Friday dinner and activities at the Islamic Society of Birmingham, then Saturday morning Shabbat services and lunch at Temple Emanu-El, and then Saturday afternoon mass (or as I've been thinking of it, Shabbat mincha in a different key) at St. Francis Xavier, with havdalah as part of our closing reflections and integration work on Saturday night. 

(As a student of the students of Reb Zalman z"l -- he who famously called himself a "Spiritual Peeping Tom" and said he liked to see how other people "get it on with God" -- I think that Shabbat sounds like an actual foretaste of heaven!)

I know that this will be an exhausting and overwhelming week -- and I anticipate that it will be at least as wonderful as it is challenging. I don't know that I'll manage to blog much while I'm away, but I imagine that I will harvest spiritual riches from this trip for a long time to come. 

 

Daily Happiness

Mar. 24th, 2017 04:13 am
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1. I slept in until about 1pm, so that was good. Unfortunately that seems to have pushed my late sleep schedule even further back, and it was already creeping further than I'd like. (Here it is 4am and I'm a bit tired but not like super sleepy, though I will at least get in bed after posting this, and see if that makes me sleepier.) However! The person who usually closes on Fridays is out tomorrow, so I have to stay till closing, which means I don't have to go in until noonish, and the same goes for Saturday and Sunday, and then I have Monday off and no morning plans, so even if my sleep schedule is terrible, I at least have the next four days in a row I can sleep in. :p

2. Carla happened to see (Japanese) curry on sale at the store today and bought some, so I made curry for dinner. It was delicious and now we have lots of leftovers as well, for easy meals.

3. I finished translating the first chapter of a new series I'm working on, and hopefully will have that ready to post within the next few days.

4. I played a bunch more Zelda tonight. Went back to the area just below the Great Plateau and picked up a couple shrines I'd missed, and that plus the one in Zora's Domain got me another upgrade. One of the shrines was by a stable I hadn't been to yet, and Hestu was there outside! So I was able to get another few inventory slots opened up, though I didn't have a ton of Korok seeds, and it seems that the fee goes up by one with each slot you add. I also found the Zora helm, and upgraded both it and the Zora armor. Now it's time to go get some shock arrows and a photo of a Lynel (and at least try to take him on, while I'm up there; I know I could just stealthily gather arrows and snap his photo and not actually kill him, but where's the fun in that).

5. Carla got some cute pictures of Jasper this morning.

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Posted by Fred Clark

Writing a bad book — a hastily written, shabbily imagined, incoherent story with wrenching lapses in continuity, hilarious factual errors, and characters that do not behave in recognizably human ways — was the only way for LaHaye & Jenkins to keep their prophecy beliefs intact. Had they tried to write a better book — one in which, at a minimum, there was a semblance of continuity and in which people acted like people — they would have been forced to realize that the thing they’ve been telling themselves they believe is an impossibility.
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Posted by Tim Hardwick

Apple took down its online store early this morning as the company prepares to launch its special edition (PRODUCT)RED iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus in more than 40 countries and regions around the world.


Internet users attempting to access the store section of the U.S. site are being met with the familiar "We've got something special in store for you" placeholder, accompanied by a relaunch time of 8:01 a.m. Pacific Time, which is when Apple previously said it would officially be launching the new red colorway iPhone.

Today Apple is also launching a new lower priced 9.7-inch iPad to replace the iPad Air 2, as well as new storage tier options for the iPhone SE and the iPad mini 4.

The PRODUCT(RED) iPhone 7 will be available in 128GB and 256GB storage capacities for the same $749/$849 and $869/$969 prices as the equivalent iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus models in standard colors. The anodized aluminum's vibrant red finish has a white Apple logo and white front bezels.

Apple's new tablet, which it is simply calling "iPad", is Apple's new entry-level model at the 9.7-inch size, starting at $329 for 32GB and $429 for 128GB. The device will be available in more than 20 countries and regions.

The new 32GB and 128GB storage capacities for the iPhone SE will cost $399 and $499 respectively, replacing the original 16GB ($399) and 64GB ($449) storage capacities. All other specs for the smaller profile handset remain the same.

The new 128GB model iPad mini 4 with Wi-Fi will start at $399, which was previously the price for the 32GB model with Wi-Fi, which has been discontinued. A cellular model with 128GB of storage will also be available for $529.

During Tuesday's announcement of the new products, Apple also launched new Apple Watch bands and iPhone cases in new colors.

Despite the unusually early shuttering of the store, it's very unlikely that it relates to anything other than updates to the online ordering process to reflect the new products, but we'll keep readers updated as soon as we learn more.

(Thanks, Andrea!)

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Posted by Smithy

TRump-speechThe FBI investigating the actions of individuals is only indicative of their guilt when they are investigating someone else, according to Trump supporters today.

Friday Links (fair share edition)

Mar. 24th, 2017 03:11 am
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It's Friday! We're four weeks into March already. I find myself a bit cranky at the end of the week. My husband's surgery went well last week and he seems to be recovering well, but I'm just tried and really would like a long nap.

Anyway, here are the links I found interesting this week, sorted into categories.

Links of the Week



fascists ruin everything (volume 2).

‘Special Snowflake’ My Ass: Why Identity Labels Matter.

Michigan man - still very much alive - publishes his own obituary.

A Comic About Granny the Orca.

This Week in Restoring Our Faith in Humanity



PSA: DON’T THROW AWAY YOUR OLD CLOTHES (EVEN IF THEY’RE PRETTY HAGGARD).

Threadcycle: Where to give.

Four-year-old treks miles of wolf-packed snowfield to save grandma.

Colin Kaepernick makes another $50,000 donation, this time to Meals on Wheels .

This Week in Difficult to Classify



'Missing Richard Simmons' And The Nature Of Being Known. "... speaking metaphorically, not every expression of gratitude arrives on paper, which you can keep with you, pinned to your life indefinitely. Some thank-you's arrive written on rocks, and if you feel obligated to carry all of those rocks everywhere you go for the rest of your life, if you can't learn to look at them, be grateful for them, and set them down, even they become a lot to carry."

The Problematic Run And Odd, Apologetic Conclusion Of The Hit Podcast ‘Missing Richard Simmons’.

Far-Fetched As They Might Seem, Secession Movements Are Thriving In The NW.

This week in awful news



Gutting the Meals on Wheels program would devastate millions, including 500,000 vets who rely on it.

This week in awful people



Texas Teacher Arrested for Improper Relationship with Student Smiles For Mugshot.

This week in awful people who only have themselves to blame



Meet the Trump voters who want more government health care, not less.

News for queers and our allies:



When We Rise Is a Mess. But Maybe It’s the Mess We Need?

‘Billions’ Star Tells Ellen What It Means To Identify As Gender Non-Binary.

Science!



The First Spacewalker Cheated Death And Crash-Landed In a Forest Full of Wolves.

Humans may have turned the Sahara from a thriving ecosystem into a barren desert.

A tissue-box-size lab is circling the Earth conducting tiny experimentv.

Physicists Have Created a Tape That Is 100 Times More Conductive Than Copper.

Portions of Earth's earliest crust found in Canada.

HOW REDHEADS ENDED UP WITH RED HAIR.

Thousands of worlds may lurk beyond Pluto — and a stunning new animation shows the ones we've found.

Astronomers Spot A Dark Radio 'Hole' Around A Distant Galaxy Cluster.

Stunning 700-year-old giant cave used by Knights Templar found behind a rabbit hole in the British countryside.

This Black Hole Ripped Up a Star Then Pummelled It With Its Own Remains.

Trump just signed a law that maps out NASA's long-term future — but a critical element is missing.

When helium behaves like a black hole.

Boston Students Get A Glimpse Of A Whole New World, With Different Maps.

Large Hadron Collider discovers five hidden subatomic particles.

99-million-year-old mushrooms found perfectly preserved in Burmese amber.

World’s oldest fossil plants could rewrite life's early history.

How Dung Beetles Are Illuminating Our Understanding of Gender.

Mars May Once Have Had Rings, And It Will Again ... Eventually.

Mexico-sized algae bloom in the Arabian Sea connected to climate change.

Is Anyone Going to Save the Endangered Killer Whales in Puget Sound Before It's Too Late?

Science Fiction, Fantasy and Speculation!



Author Ahmed Khaled Towfik on the Outlook for Arabic Sci-Fi.

John Barrowman's massive garage sale is PACKED with Doctor Who items.

Renewal – QSF’s 2017 Flash Fiction Contest.

Of course the old trope that technology that is sufficiently advanced starts to look like magic is where Star Wars gets confused.

'Power Rangers' Breaks Ground With First Queer Big-Screen Superhero.

This week in Words



Marginalia: When you’re intrigued but simultaneously despise it.

This week in Health



Massive Movement Launched to Strip Congress of Their Healthcare, Over 400,000 Join.

G.O.P.’s Health Care Tightrope Winds Through the Blue-Collar Midwest.

Paul Ryan says he fantasized about cutting health care for the poor at his college kegger.

This Week in Inclusion



23 LGBTQ Books With A POC Protagonist, Because It's Time To Diversify Your Reading List.

Culture war news:



YouTube Blocks LGBTQ Videos Under Restricted Mode.

A Major New Study Shows That Political Polarization Is Mainly A Right-Wing Phenomenon. Yes. Stop saying that both sides are the same. We aren't!

Hate group: Pro-lgbtq ordinances means automatic anti-religious discrimination.

This Week Regarding the Lying Liar:



Petulant man-child Trump refuses to shake German Chancellor Merkel's hand.

Trump’s budget betrays the voters who elected him.

Trump's travel and security estimated to cost half a billion dollars for 1 term.

Trump’s Approval Rating Hits New Record Low.

56 days into his presidency, Trump's approval rating sank to 13 points above Nixon's nadir.

How Trump transformed the religious right into lapdogs of the alt-right' & other Tue. midday news briefs.

Trump Russia Dossier Decoded: Yes, There Really Was A Massive Oil Deal (UPDATED).

News about the Fascist Regime:



White House Official May Have Violated Campaign Finance Laws.

North Korean soldiers had better access to Tillerson than every U.S. media outlet except Fox News.

Report confirms Fox News’ Napolitano got his British Intelligence conspiracy theory from Russian state media.

This week in Politics:



Forgery and voter fraud charges filed against the former chairman of the Colorado Republican Party.

Republicans delay vote on 'Trumpcare' after struggling to reach an agreement on the bill.

This Week in Racists, White Nationalists, and the deplorables



Did Gorka Really Wear A Medal Linked To Nazi Ally To Trump Inaugural Ball?

Anti-immigrant ringleader sad his hate group has been labeled a 'hate group' by SPLC.

Man Arrested For Deadly Midtown Stabbing Reportedly Came To NYC To Kill Black People. A white man who subscribes to white nationalist views when to New York City for the explicit purpose of killing a homeless black person. And it was so, so, so difficult to find a news story covering the white supremacist hate crime that didn't begin by describing how fashionably dressed the knifer was, or focusing on the police record of the victim,

This Week in Misogyny



Trump did to Merkel what men do to women all the time.

Farewells:



RIP: Bernie Wrightson – Renowned Horror Artist Passes Away at 68.

Bernie Wrightson, Comic Book Artist and Swamp Thing Co-Creator, Dies at 68.

Bernie Wrightson, co-creator of Swamp Thing, elevated the art of horror in comics.

Comic Book Fans Honor Bernie Wrightson by Posting His Finest Artwork.

Legendary musician, rock and roll pioneer Chuck Berry dies at 90.

Legendary Rock'n'roll pioneer Chuck Berry dead at 90.

Things I wrote:



Important things to remember.

Weekend Update 3/19/2017: Support trans kids.

Once more, with footnotes!

Defining my existence as inappropriate; why should that worry me?

Getting the words down.

You mean the world to someone.

Videos!



Main Title Sequence | FEUD: Bette and Joan Season 1 | FX (This is awesome, trust me!):



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Sara Benincasa Reviews Weird Beauty Products:

(Click here.)

Pinch Hits #9 - #10!

Mar. 24th, 2017 06:00 am
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We have two new pinch hits! If you are able to pick them up, please comment to this post with your AO3 name and which one you are after. All comments are screened!

Hetalia, Star Wars Original Trilogy, Dollhouse, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Original Work )

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Legends of Tomorrow, Stargate Atlantis, Dark Angel, Crossover Fandom, Teen Wolf, Sanctuary )

Drabble: A mere manner of speaking

Mar. 24th, 2017 10:02 am
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Eliza Ferraby looks where she has just written: ‘Sure I have nigh fallen in love with Lady Jane’. 'Tis a mere manner of speaking about a lady one finds entire after one’s own heart, with her fine herb-garden and well-equipped stillroom, her remarkable skill in dairy matters. Simply means one is greatly prepossessed by her. And yet, when Lady Jane talks of the late Miss Billston, there seems, Eliza frowns, she knows not what, but more than the affection due a cousin. But now she writes to Clorinda, and recalls those laughing blue eyes; and feels a curious inward flutter.

Neuro atypical characters in media

Mar. 24th, 2017 10:51 am
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When people say there aren't autistic characters in popular media, I wonder if they remember Matthew Cuthbert

He was portrayed with compassion, with care, and he was a full and whole character

It can happen!

Mar. 24th, 2017 05:20 pm
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I had an interesting discussion today. I was talking to a person who loves and respects me, and the subject of the Federal Government wanting to make changes to section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act came up.

And this person was of the view that it totally needed changing, and among the examples of ridiculous things they brought up was an incident where many people were offended by a political cartoon that depicted indigenous Australian fathers as absent/uncaring/terrible.

A discussion ensued. I argued that that was offensive; I reviewed the notion of punching down and its applicability to satire, and pointed out that while there are real problems with child neglect in some parts of the indigenous community, a) they know that and don't need some white guy to tell them, b) reinforcing negative stereotypes to the broader white community isn't helping, and c) most importantly, it's inappropriate for a white Australian cartoonist to treat that subject cavalierly, considering the incredible damage done to indigenous families by having two to three generations of stolen children rupturing the bonds of family and community, even apart from the effects of all the other racist structural damage of the last two hundred years.

The conversation concluded with: "... Okay. Yes. Good point."

I was... surprised.

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