The Mine Song but Stingy is Too Spastic to Maintain His Sanity
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The Mine Song but Stingy is Too Spastic to Maintain His Sanity

Every Every Everything EVERY! Everything, Everything, Everything EVERY! Every Every Everything EVERY! Everything, Everything, Everything EVERY! Every Every Everything EVERY! Everything, Everything, Everything EVERY! (BEEP) [PossiblyRandom theme song plays] This mailbox is mine. And this TRIAGONAL sign, TRIAGONAL SIGN TRIAGONAL SIGN TRIAGONAL SIGN TRIAGONAL SIGN THAT BLUE balloon, the month of june it’s MIMIMIMIMIMI MIMIMIMIMIMI […]

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The Many Stations of Book Preservation
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The Many Stations of Book Preservation

So, detective. What do we have here? Looks like poor handling in the worst way. You see the spine can only take so much before it cracks. Food damage, lack of circulation, they both contributed to an early death. You can see the crack along the spine here and food stains on these, these, and […]

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The Sad State of Game Preservation
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The Sad State of Game Preservation

In 1927, French film maker Abel Gance released the silent film Napoleon vu par Abel Gance, and what many consider to be his master work, with the initial release running roughly 4 hours in length. While it spearheaded many now commonplace techniques in cinema, it eventually faded from the public eye, only being left in […]

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