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Algae as Biofuel

Algae as Biofuel

December 11, 2019

Moralexicon #4: Sit-Com Theory [Basic]

May 15, 2019

Moralexicon #3: The Solemn Feast of Saint Valentine, Martyr

February 13, 2019

A Catholic Learner’s Guide To Biblical Monstrosities #1: The Seraph

Gabriel Knapp, Monster Hunter: Bible | April 29, 2020

Greetings, fellow sinners of McQuaid Jesuit! I’m Gabe Knapp, resident biblical beastmaster and heresiarch, and I’ve come bearing horrible truths and unimaginable fears. This is the first (vocation willing) in my series of biblical "survival guides," starting with Seraphs.  As students of McQuaid Jesuit, we find ourselves close to religion on the daily, particularly Catholicism and other denominations...

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The Maiden Voyage

Thomas Crowley, Son of a Submariner | December 12, 2019

EXT. BOARDWALK TAVERN, MORNING Three goblins sit at an outdoor table at a tavern, drinking foamy mead out of wooden steins. In the distance, two figures are walking on the beach towards a large brown blob. The goblins shake their heads in disapproval. GOBLIN 1 There goes Rulton. Gonna get himself killed in that stupid thing. GOBLIN 2 What a mess. Held together by cheap enchantments and nymph sap. GOBLIN...

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If You Can’t See Your Friends, Grow Your Own

Matt Magiera, In Brettanomyces Is Fides | May 13, 2020

(or, and over Mr. [and the] Morales' most strenuous objections, "The Path of Yeast Persistence") If necessity is the mother of invention, then boredom must at least be the babysitter. Think of what an uncomplicated house Wallace and Gromit would live in if their inventions were driven solely by necessity. Certainly nobody would have invented game shows without boredom, that most monotonous muse,...

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Quarancuisine: The Wonders of Wastelessness

The Morales, Mixer, Baker, Broiler, Fry | May 13, 2020

If you've so much as breathed near a copy of the New York Times in the last five years, congratulations—you're currently the proud ignorer of approximately 1.6 million emails from NYT Cooking, and that's assuming they've only made their insidious way into one of your email addresses. If, like me, you make it a point to keep a few around, you can't so much as think about food without Sam Sifton...

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Cullenary #5: Gameday & Study Snacks

Cullenary #5: Gameday & Study Snacks

February 28, 2020

Cullenary #4: Holiday Candystravaganza

Cullenary #4: Holiday Candystravaganza

December 11, 2019

Cullenary #3: NOSH

Cullenary #3: NOSH

October 31, 2019

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