Monthly Archives: September 2016

Goya, My Man

Come back. I am sorry. I was running late. Two hundred years? My darling, that’s an eye blink, barely a deposition of decay to become the oil that fuels our cars. Cars? Well, I’ll explain later. Meet me a las … Continue reading

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The Bornean Stubtail

The Bornean Stubtail is a plain brown bird about the size of a goose egg. What passes for its song consists of rapid outbursts of high-pitched static. As its name implies, it is found only on the island of Borneo … Continue reading

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