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O.E. Tearmann

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Tamora Pierce, Charles DeLint, Catherynne Valente, a lot of 80s pulp

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O.E. Tearmann lives in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains, in what may become the CO-WY Grid. They share the house with a brat in fur, a husband and a great many books. Their search engine history may garner them a call from the FBI one day. When they're not living on base 1407 they advocate for a more equitable society and more sustainable agricultural practices, participate in sundry geekdom and do their best to walk their characters' talk.

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O.E. Tearmann Good question. You'll be seeing the unit get back to work now that they're pulled together again, being assigned to the high-level missions Command be…moreGood question. You'll be seeing the unit get back to work now that they're pulled together again, being assigned to the high-level missions Command believes they're best for. Beyond that, here's 5 elements of the story.
1. Hypnotic holographic Christmas advertising
2. Electrified brass knuckles carried by a girl who knows how to use them.
3. A rewrite of Romeo and Juliet in which nobody dies and a lot of people get laid.
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O.E. Tearmann The boys live in an America where your ability to be who you are depends entirely on the values of the founder who created the Corporation you're born…moreThe boys live in an America where your ability to be who you are depends entirely on the values of the founder who created the Corporation you're born into an employment contract with and their heirs. If you're born on ZonCom land, you can be and love whoever you want as long as you produce good work. But if you're born in AgCo, they will publicly execute you for your 'immorality' should you step out of their rigid line.
If Aidan were to see the present day, he'd be shocked that there was such an open debate, and fairly depressed that this free and robust discussion with all its points of view was stifled. Kevin, the student of history, would pick up a paper and start cynically pointing out the warning signs hinting at what would come...if he didn't exclaim 'Oh my god I've read about these!' and trot off to stare entranced at our geegaws and epherema. Which is more likely... (less)
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