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Friday Smackdown: Furble Grove

5 days ago

The trees towered, a grove of five just in front of us, a path around, and a trail of its fur, scales and laughter all along. We drew our bows,…

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Friday Smackdown: Blood Weaver

2 weeks ago

The blades buckled beneath the yarn. Paws were not meant to be that dexterous, but his training in the textile arts had surpassed even that of the nomadic mural weavers…

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Friday Smackdown: Crumble the Meat Gourd

4 weeks ago

The Crumbling Cliffs. That’s where the creature lived, but nary a soul had seen it. Oblong-shaped and bent,¬†with a single leg and, what looked like, a meat slicer off each…

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Friday Smackdown: Swarm Roar

1 month ago

Captured in the rain and looking toward the hill, we ran. The rumble of the swarm oscillated with the falling water to the point we couldn’t hear our own footsteps….

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Cool Tools of Doom: The Lytro Illum Light Field Camera $349.99 (73% off)

1 month ago

Unless carrying a heavy DSLR and a pack of lenses across your back is your idea of a fun time, chances are you depend on a smartphone for what are…

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Canon Takes You Deep Inside of an $11,000 Super Telephoto Lens in This Stop Motion Short

2 months ago

Designed to withstand the harsh demands of the world’s elite sports and wildlife photographers, Canon’s $11,000 EF 200-400mm f/4L IS USM Extender 1.4X high-performance super telephoto zoom lens is a…

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Friday Smackdown: Avocado Monster

2 months ago

We would pop a few over the fence, just to hear the reaction. It was usually a grumble of sorts, a low guttural sound of pre-digested enzymes breaking down the…

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Friday Smackdown: Bucket of Wet Rolls

2 months ago

We had already eaten our fill when they wheeled out the largest bucket we had ever seen–it’s why they had removed the wall and fitted that senile, old robot lady…

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Friday Smackdown: Gut Knuckles

2 months ago

The muscles tightened before we could even jump. It was high, but shorter than the last fall. It’s the last 20 feet that gets you. Hitting the thrust reversers at…