Blockquotes: Guess which one is serialized in Salon
Chapter 6 of Cory Doctorow’s Themepunks:
The innuendo that she was romantically involved with one or more of the guys had circulated on her blog’s message boards and around the slashdots ever since she’d started writing about them. No woman could possibly be writing about this stuff because it was important — she had to be “with the band,” a groupie or a whore.
Wil Wheaton‘s seventh grade story:
As the sun set over the Golden Gate Bridge, I looked out onto America: once, the land of the free. Now, the land of the zombies.
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