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  • Divorce, as Theodor Adorno observed, even between good-natured, amiable, educated people, is apt to stir up a dust-cloud that covers and discolours all it touches.

    Divorce, American Style

  • With motions born of long practice in virtuals, Red started actively pinging the area and accelerated towards the dust-cloud and the covert ops pilot that had just made such a silly mistake.

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  • Divorce, as Theodor Adorno observed, even between good-natured, amiable, educated people, is apt to stir up a dust-cloud that covers and discolours all it touches.

    Divorce, American Style

  • Divorce, as Theodor Adorno observed, even between good-natured, amiable, educated people, is apt to stir up a dust-cloud that covers and discolours all it touches.

    Divorce, American Style

  • Divorce, as Theodor Adorno observed, even between good-natured, amiable, educated people, is apt to stir up a dust-cloud that covers and discolours all it touches.

    Divorce, American Style

  • With motions born of long practice in virtuals, Red started actively pinging the area and accelerated towards the dust-cloud and the covert ops pilot that had just made such a silly mistake.

    365 tomorrows » 2008 » September : A New Free Flash Fiction SciFi Story Every Day

  • I was never out of the saddle, from one end of the train to the other, badgering them to keep up, seeing to the welfare of the beasts, bullyragging the guards to keep their positions on the flanks-and all the time with my guts churning as I watched the skyline, dreading the sight of mounted figures, or the tiny dust-cloud far across the plain that would herald approaching enemies.

    Isabelle

  • It was not wholly uninteresting, he added, since “the vast dust-cloud was thickly freckled with things strange to the upper air—things living and dead that flitted hither and thither, going and coming, appearing and disappearing among the rolling billows of dust.”

    LIGHTING OUT FOR THE TERRITORY

  • It was not wholly uninteresting, he added, since “the vast dust-cloud was thickly freckled with things strange to the upper air—things living and dead that flitted hither and thither, going and coming, appearing and disappearing among the rolling billows of dust.”

    LIGHTING OUT FOR THE TERRITORY

  • She grew up in the 30s, yes, but on a farm that did well; no Walker-Evans portraits of careworn mothers with a grimy brood, a husband coming out of a dust-cloud with a pail of snake urine.

    Tuesday, Dec. 22 – The Bleat.

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