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In the Shadow of No Towers was lovely and frightening, as expected. I’m now a little over halfway through The Great Influenza: The Epic Story of the Deadliest Plague in History and am suitably filled with a sneaking sense of gloom and doom.

All my college friends are of course devastated by the outcome of the presidential election. I can tell from their blogs, online comics, whatnot, displaying to the world a little profanity, a great deal of anger and despair. My parents are similarly depressed. My workmates put up a good front, yelling “Four more years!” in the conference room. This is, as you might guess, ironic as hell.

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