(posted by chris the cynic, written by members of The Slacktiverse)
Storiteller’s kid is growing in leaps and bounds, sometimes in unexpected ways. This past week, he’s been obsessed with climbing in and out of a little plastic chair, as she describes in A Chair of One’s Own. As he grows older, she wants to make sure she continues to foster his imagination. She contemplates the cultural trope of giving up imagination as part of moving into adulthood in Songs to Grow Up With: A Manifesto on Puff the Magic Dragon.
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- Almost ten years ago Fred Clark noted that Steve had become and extremely important figure in American religion though we know almost nothing about him. I have attempted to bring together everything that we know about Steve–not much– from his lunar shenanigans with Eddie Izzard to rumors of him throwing empty beer bottles at the universe.
- I also made a post that consists of random thoughts brought up by watching Kim Possible. This includes overriding of consent played for laughs, the two very different pop culture ideas of what a zombie is, and Shego’s enduring awesomeness (the snark, it is wonderful.
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