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Britta from "Community" looking surly at the pool.



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  1. Rec 17

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    In Momo’s house, there are two thousand and eighteen plaques listing the materials and manufacture of each possible object that a well-rounded young lady might someday need to create for her own personal or professional use.

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    4 Dec 2016

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    I don't even go here, but I loved them the way I would love a novel, and I want to read this again in a few months and feel the 'almost' that's there in the end. Things are more than how they're made.

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    Hinata finds that he likes standing close to Kageyama on buses and trains. It doesn't mean anything--probably. Maybe.

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    3 Dec 2016

  3. Rec 32

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    3 Dec 2016

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    But the absence of words in their daily lives is never more apparent to Kageyama than when he is with Hinata, whose usually boundless energy seems subdued when he can’t express himself like he wants to. Sometimes when he can’t help himself the words burst out of him, but the poor boy has never been able to articulate himself concisely, and he uses up his one sixty-seven before he’s said anything at all and is left frustrated and stomping his foot. The first couple times it was amusing. Now it’s just sad.

    [Based on the poem The Quiet World by Jeffrey McDaniel.]

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    1 Dec 2016

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    An old favorite.

  5. Rec 16

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    Kageyama Tobio wished upon a falling star.

    He would learn, in due time, that stars do not grant wishes, for stars do not fall: they float, many millions of miles away, and there they always stay, keeping themselves very much to themselves.

    No, the little ball of falling light on which Tobio cast his wish, was a fire demon.

    And fire demons don’t grant wishes either.

    But they, at the very least, will listen.

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    23 Nov 2016

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