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Water.— Todd Conaway (@Todd_Conaway) January 30, 2018
Simple and necessary. The perfect weapon.
The "arrival" was not some massive & glistening grey ship on the horizon, but rather a tiny spark of energy with a single drop of something deadly dropped somewhere in the Pacific. But that does not matter anymore. #ds106 #tdc2213
#tdc2206 sounds like a poem to me. So I hacked it up like any good zombie would do. All text submissions included thus far. Read it and weep #ds106 (used line randomizer https://t.co/xi5gtUy4hv ) and https://t.co/r2Y8sDmC3T to make dark and pretty. pic.twitter.com/Lc8JRVbB3M— Todd Conaway (@Todd_Conaway) January 23, 2018
The thing of it was, I kinda liked it. At first, I remember feeling like it was below my moral standards. But later, I learned to let go, and just be.— Todd Conaway (@Todd_Conaway) January 23, 2018
I mean the freedom! So sweet to run, to scream, to feed without the constraints of social customs and norms. #ds106 #tdc2206
I think I'll be needing a little more Sunshine on My Shoulders in the bunker. Death or Glory, The Guns of Brixton, Hateful, and jeez, even thinking about the Four Horsemen is all too dark https://t.co/bP8WFTbh0g #ds106 #tdc2202— Todd Conaway (@Todd_Conaway) January 19, 2018
With the talk of telescopes and seeing things, I am reminded of one of my favorite scenes in Sweet Thursday, by John Steinbeck. Hazel, Mack and the boys were so proud to be giving Doc a tool that would help him in his studies. His wise words upon receiving it: #ds106 #tdc2201 pic.twitter.com/5ySTMAWvln— Todd Conaway (@Todd_Conaway) January 18, 2018
The Earth is flat as a pancake.— Todd Conaway (@Todd_Conaway) January 17, 2018
In fact, it is a pancake.
A pancake being slowly raised to the mouth of a giant space alien who enjoys pancakes for breakfast.
So slow, we don't even notice.
This image is real. Really. #ds106 #tdc2200 pic.twitter.com/KeffgGyC6W
For the week ending with April 4th, 1964 (my birthday was Monday, March 30th) the Beatles held all of the Billboard top 5 US spots! Cant't Buy Me Love was Number 1 https://t.co/iEaKB3sylD #ds106 #tdc2193— Todd Conaway (@Todd_Conaway) January 10, 2018