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Activism and Ecocriticism

I finally got around to reading the recent issue of ISLE*. As usual, there were a couple of interesting articles in it and I found it especially interesting, considering the kind of times we’re living in, that the contents were fairly openly political and activist-oriented. 1,309 more words

Environment

A Cult Simulator Where You Sacrifice People To A Lovecraftian God

(Source: kotaku.com)

As spring ended in the village, I was left with a tough choice. Which sin made someone more worthy of death: embezzlement or kleptomania? 447 more words

Technology

My Experience on The Isle so far

Remember that dinosaur game I mentioned in one of those 1-2 year old posts and how I couldn’t play it? Well I’ve been playing it a bit recently and I’ve wanted to share my personal experiences on that game so far. 315 more words

Gaming

mind our mind, an isle

“Be not afeard: the isle is full of Noises
Sounds and Sweet Airs, that give delight, and hurt not.”
(Prospero’s isle – Caliban)

The Tempest – Shakespeare… 111 more words

Painting

Isle Bakery 

Cake donuts are my thing. Sprinkles, even better. These delightful little saccharins are from the Isle Bakery.

Made fresh every single day, Isle has a good assortment of pastries including cupcakes, cookies, donuts, Bismarks, eclairs, and caramel apple fritters. 204 more words

Food & Drink

Bass Fishing on Mille Lacs

This past Saturday, I headed up to Isle to go fishing on Lake Mille Lacs with Governor Mark Dayton, Minnesota Vikings Defensive Tackle Linval Joseph and  … 235 more words

Parks & Geology

The Prince With the White Donkey

Once upon a time, in a kingdom far, far away there was a prince with a white donkey who worked as a cashier in the… 619 more words

Punky Funky Stuff