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David Cranmer
BEAT to a PULP ringmaster. Columnist at Macmillan’s Criminal Element and LitReactor. Math/Science enthusiast. And, most importantly, Ava’s dad.
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Richard Thomas 2h
I wouldn't dare, for sure. Unless I had at LEAST two copies. LOL I mean, this is how I handle notes for my classes
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LitReactor.com 3h
Are you a marker-upper or an I-wouldn't-dare-er?
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Seamus Heaney 9h
Let the smells of mint go heady and defenceless Like inmates liberated in that yard. Like the disregarded ones we turned against Because we’d failed them by our disregard.
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Stephen King 21h
Here's what Matthew 18:6 has to say about the Trump policy of putting kids in cages: "...whoso shall offend one of these little ones...it were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and that he were drowned in the depth of the sea."
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David Cranmer Jun 18
simply putting a “case” with deliberate suppression of his opponent’s point of view, and, what is more, with complete insensitiveness to any sufferings except those of himself and his friends.” —George Orwell [2/2]
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David Cranmer Jun 18
“We are all drowning in filth. When I talk to anyone or read the writings of anyone who has any axe to grind, I feel that intellectual honesty and balanced judgement have simply disappeared from the face of the earth. Everyone’s thought is forensic, everyone is [1/2]
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Thomas Paine Jun 16
"When we look back on the dangers we have been saved from, and reflect on the success we have been blessed with, it would be sinful either to be idle or to despair."
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David Cranmer Jun 16
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Jason Starr Jun 16
My Vintage Crime novel HARD FEELINGS One day only only! 99 cents!!!
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David Cranmer Jun 16
Replying to @jesterholm
I’ve been reading it through this year. A few pages at a time and enjoying it immensely.
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David Cranmer Jun 16
Getting ready to use a new toy. Never used the Poulan brand before but will let you know as I clear some dead trees out.
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Jake Hinkson Jun 15
For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows. 1 Timothy 6:10
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David Cranmer Jun 16
Replying to @davidrachels
That’s very cool, David. Nice to hear he’s an affable chap.
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David Cranmer Jun 16
Replying to @greenes_circles
Best kind of mornings.
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David Cranmer Jun 16
“He has been described as ‘the best novelist you’ve never heard of’ for so many years that ignorance is no longer much of an excuse.”
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Lawrence Block Jun 15
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David Cranmer Jun 15
I finished polishing my next article for that’s about the joyful ‘destruction’ of books—coming next week.
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The Atlantic Jun 14
Astronomers thought they captured a supernova, but they found a black hole eating a star instead, reports:
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William Shakespeare Jun 14
The devil can cite Scripture for his purpose.
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Maria Popova Jun 14
“Words are events, they do things, change things. They transform both speaker and hearer; they feed energy back and forth and amplify it. They feed understanding or emotion back and forth and amplify it.” Le Guin, always
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