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  • “There was a flaw in their architecture. Within a few years of start-up, most of them had gone bugfuck insane. I don’t even want to think about what being stuck out here’s done to this one.”
    —“Nightingale” by Alastair Reynolds, in The Year's Best Science Fiction: Twenty-Fourth Annual Collection, ed. Garner Dozois (New York: St. Martin's Griffin, 2007)

    February 8, 2010

  • Sean remembered visits before the old man was committed, he and his dutiful father visiting the impeccable apartment in the slate house in Kingston, Ontario. Grampa made tea and conversation, both perfectly executed and without soul. It drove Sean's father bugfuck, and he'd inevitably have a displaced tantrum at Sean in the car on the way home.
    —Cory Doctorow, “Visit the Sins,” 2003;

    February 8, 2010

  • I can feel my face turning red and my ears feel hot and I'm so mad I want to smash their faces in. Toph is just picking up stuff left lying around by dumbass salesdroids and I'm setting up scams in fucking Spencer's Gifts which everybody knows is really hard to score at because security is like bugfuck tight.
    —Benjamin Rosenbaum, “Frankenstein's Daughter” in The Ant King and Other Stories (Northampton, MA: Small Beer Press, 2008)

    February 8, 2010