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Empty Sandwich
Apr 22, 2008


Genesplicer posted:

I am a science teacher. Among other things, I collect sciency stuff that can be weird and/or dangerous. Since I live in Southern California, the danger of earthquakes is very real. If my house is destroyed by an earthquake or fire, the wreckage will be considered a toxic waste site, due to the materials I have collected.

earthquakes in my area are both rare and mild, but this is my pottery workshop. I keep the really poisonous stuff in the kiln shed, and while I hope none of it ever catches on fire, I also don't want to be downwind if it does

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Empty Sandwich
Apr 22, 2008


Icochet posted:

I bought myself a nice grave site and now I live in the grave. It's against the cemetery rules but gently caress em

live by the grave, die by the grave

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