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Amoeba’s Lorica: The Way We Were (and Aren’t)

So, this morning (18 November 2020), Your Friendly Neighborhood Amoeba was driving to work, listening to a classic rock radio station (we pause briefly while the Gen Z’ers do a websearch on ‘radio station’), and this song comes on. A … Continue reading

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Amoeba’s Lorica: Moonshadow

If I ever lose my hands, lose my plough, lose my land, If I ever lose my hands, away …. I won’t have to work no more. The scientist sat at his laptop computer in the spare bedroom of the … Continue reading

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Amoeba’s Lorica: For A Few Dollars Less

Store Clerk: “Six of these, then, at $2.99 each. Will there be anything else?” Amoeba: “Nope, that’s it, thank you.” Store Clerk: “I’ll ring you up then. Let me work out your senior discount …” Amoeba: “Thank you …” Amoeba’s … Continue reading

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