Really great background info about that "two wolves" story here:
Please boost as you would a good meme.
soweli tu li lon insa sina li utala.
soweli nanpa wan li pona, soweli nanpa tu li ike.
o pana e moku pona tawa soweli nanpa tu!
soweli nanpa tu li moku mute li kama pilin pona.
tenpo ni la, sina jo e soweli pona tu lon insa sina! pona a!
There are two wolves inside of you, thrashing and gnawing, one plays a bone flute in eerie otherworldly scales and the other growls continuously, a low and ominous din. Both hearts beat within your chest at an unnatural volume and you can hear the blood moving through your body, see the blood moving through others. You are the avatar of the slaughter
This unimposing building allowed me to take out three #books at a time twice a week, until I finished the books in the children's section and they gave me five tickets that let me take out any book. I wouldn't be who I am without this service - please support your local #library. #LlanilltudFawr #LlantwiMajor
Onym just happened to cross my radar: ostensibly a curated list of tools and resources for naming things, but it contains a wealth of links to numerous sites of interest to linguists and language-freaks in general: https://onym.co
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I'm glad that we can count on Supreme Court Justice Kavanaugh to buck the right wing of the bench and stick up for ordinary people against big corporations... probably a coincidence that the big corporation in question is one Trump holds a huge grudge against.
jan pona pi toki pona o
sina pilin seme?
For all of my hate for planet money, they did something incredible in #908 around 22min. They asked a Google employee about how important having a Gmail account is to recapcha identifying you as human, and then left his mic on for him clicking his tongue, breathing, etc. nervously while working out how he wanted to answer.
It was deeply uncomfortable, surprisingly long, and just absolutely perfect. If anyone asks if podcasts are art, just play them this clip.
"As human beings, our job in life is to help people realize how rare and valuable each one of us really is, that each of us has something that no one else has - or ever will have - something inside that is unique to all time. It's our job to encourage each other to discover that uniqueness and to provide ways of developing its expression." - Fred Rogers
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mi pali. tenpo lili kama la, mi moku. tenpo moku o kama!
May Day jam a day late: Pet Shop Boys, "What Are We Going To Do About The Rich?"
I like jewels and skulls and swords and sorceries and dice
A Mastodon instance for tabletop gamers.