(posted by chris the cynic)
Remember these? There was never an intention to stop doing them.
Also the idea of writing prompts has been suggested again.
For example, “What’s the culture like where you live/where you grew up/some other place you know well?” Then people can each write about their own place in their own way and those of us who are not omniscient can learn about places unlike the ones we know. Any thoughts on that?
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