Monthly Archives: November 2017

Amoeba’s Lorica: Bleater’s Bane (A Fable)

If you spend long enough traveling the disappearing backroads of central Florida, the tale of Bleater’s Bane will come to your ears in tortured snippets, like the whine of a mosquito in some far corner of the bedroom on a … Continue reading

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Amoeba’s Lorica: Meme-ories 12 (Sine Requie)

Just a simple reminder from Your Friendly Neighborhood Amoeba (most particularly, to himself) that, if you think that, for a single second, you’re entitled to take a break from paying attention – if you think, for a single second, that … Continue reading

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Amoeba’s Lorica: Ever Last-ing

REWARD, n. Punishment, seeking opportunity and justification. Many, many years BI*, a young man from Cleveland set out on a world tour, seeking enlightenment. He had been told, by a scruffy fellow sleeping on the banks of the Cuyahoga River, … Continue reading

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