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Episode 394: Fruit Cutting Policies

May 8th, 2020 | Robin

The Cartography Hut gets smart as beloved Patreon backer Gerald Sears asks us to riff on intelligent maps.

Esteemed Patreon backer Sibel Permann urges the History Hut to find gaming gold in the Guelphs and Ghibellines.

The Horror Hut looks at a paper by Francis T. McAndrew on the social-evolutionary psychology of Bad Places.

Finally the Consulting Occultist elucidates the effort to market famously ill-reviewed 50s fantasy novel Kinsmen of the Dragon as an esoteric tome.

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3 Responses to “Episode 394: Fruit Cutting Policies”

  1. Tim Emrick says:

    Much as I hate to ever contradict Uncle Ken on anything, Annwn is pronounced “an-noon,” not “an-wyn.” (Learning how to pronounce Welsh names was the hardest part of the Celtic Lit class I took half a lifetime ago.)

  2. Now I want a horror piece set in a minimalist tiny house setting. 😁

  3. Jen Hartshorn says:

    Oh. My. God. “I remember when White Guleph magazine was about roleplaying” absolutely killed me dead.

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