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  • And she's waited long, and now my pile's in sight I'm not going to throw it away.


  • There's a response from John Williams at The Second Pass that's well worth reading too: The slush pile's main strength is as an unintentional source of hilarity.

    Tuesday Hangovers

  • We can't afford to take chances on a slush pile's silt.

    Richard Laermer: Publishing Is Dead [Part 2]: Can We Make It About Writers For A Change?

  • In Pro, files you use most often will grow bigger over time and you can flip through a pile's contents by rolling the mouse's scroll wheel, among other things.

    A Desktop That Begs to Be Organized

  • One pile, with one place to be, so when it's out of hand I do notice, and when I want to know how long the pile's been waiting, I can look at the stuff on the bottom.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • No breath from the Springtime can soften the pile's wintry rigor


  • Record pile's OK, too, since the artists give you 40: 24 of ethereal indie tunes to cook to.

    Art: Eat Up, Rock On

  • I noticed a small, odd-looking letter sticking out from the pile's center.

    Step on a Crack

  • And off the side of the side road was another 15-foot cliff and it -- at the bottom of the cliff was another pile of garbage, and we decided that one big pile's better than two little piles, and rather than bring that one up, we decided to throw ours down.

    Arlo Guthrie, Remembering 'Alice's Restaurant'

  • For a moment the flame flickered small and insignificant, then there was a hiss and a bright fire streaked up the pile's centre.

    Sharpe's Havoc


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