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Literature
Curtain Time
Koschei the Deathless poured some zavarka into his glass, topping it up with boiled water from the samovar. "It's that time of year again, my dear."
"Indeed," replied Baba Yaga. "Where have you stowed your heart this turn?"
"I did the usual needle-in-a-duck-egg. So absurd! I must laugh even as I expire. And what of you? You are freer than I. Shall you help or hinder?"
"Hinder, methinks," said the witch, sipping her tea. "If I help too much they stop respecting me."
"A wise choice," replied Koschei. "We must never lose their respect."
A young man’s voice sounded from outside. "Izbushka, izbushka! Stan' k lesu zadom, ko mne peredom!"
The hut stopped spinning. "That means I must be going," said Koschei. "Good fortune to you, my dear."
"And to you as well, my love.  Let us make an interesting tale of it!"
Koschei vanished as the prince cautiously entered.
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Literature
Triple Reed
The Reed 1 book for Kiss Me Kate called for her to triple on clarinet, alto sax, and flute. That was no problem. She was a good reed player, and could even have quadrupled on piccolo had the musical director asked. The problem was that goddamn horn player sitting right behind her, whose lip always gave out halfway through Act II. If there was one thing that grated on her nerves more than anything else, it was a pitchy horn. Community theater being what it was, there was nothing the musical director was going to do about it either.
That night she brought her piccolo case anyway. Halfway through Act II she opened it. There was no piccolo inside, but the Beretta felt good in her hand.
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Sleeping Coco :iconlytrigian:Lytrigian 7 9
Literature
Ren Faire California
Sung to the tune of "Hotel California"
On a dull Marin highway,1
Hot wind in my hair,2
Warm smell of privy gas3
Risin' up through the air,
Up ahead at the off-ramp,
I turned aside on a lark.
The air grew dusty and my sight grew dim.4
I paid five dollars to park.5
As I stood in the gateway,
I heard the hawkers yell.6
And I was thinkin' to myself
That there's a good chance that this could be Hell.
Then they sold me a ticket,
and they pointed the way.
There were voice on their radios,7
I could hear them say...
Chorus
Welcome to the Ren Faire California!
Such a dusty place (such a dusty place)
Such a dirty face.
Bring plenty of cash to the Ren Faire California.8
For six weeks a year,
You can find it here.9
Their minds are Tudor half-timbered.
Their accents are just pretend.
They've got a lot of pretty, pretty boys,
The Faire calls "Friends".10
And they dance on the Main Stage,
Black velvet sweat.11
They dance to remember.
They drink to forget.12
So I called at the a
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An Eon of Remorse :iconlytrigian:Lytrigian 4 4 Congratulations :iconlytrigian:Lytrigian 7 0
Literature
Freak Summer Storm
The wind it came upon our quarter
speeding us across the water.
No cloud could we see in the sky
As swiftly eastward we did fly.
The Cardiff Rose's hold was heavy,
With the tribute seized in levy
From any ship we could board on,
Be it pinnace, be it galleon.
So back to England we were sailing,
when from aloft there came a-hailing:
"Attend, O Captain! Hear this now!
A merchantman doth cross our bow!"
Upon the poop the Captain paced,
a wolfish grin upon his face.
His eye grew bright, his heart grew bold,
For on the wind he scented gold.
From his perch the lookout called once more.
"They show the flag of their home shore.
The ensign 'pon that ship of fools:
On field argent, a cross of gules!"
Our Captain looked to the clear blue sky,
"No English colors meet my eye!
This fog so thick, this day so dark,
Methinks that be a Spanish barque!
"Put out more sail! Prepare the guns!
Stretch out her legs and make her run!
For though much wealth is in our hold,
I'll have that ship, and
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Literature
The Ceilidh
"Ian!" His father's voice held the same note of irritation it always did when preparing for a family gathering. Something about Highland dress brought out the strictness of his Scottish forebears. "We're leaving! Get down here now!"
"I'll be right there!"
Sheesh, thought Ian Douglass. It's not like the whole family's ever on time for this thing. He pushed his leather hairband down to his nose, then back up underneath his shaggy bangs so they were lifted up away from his eyes. So far he'd successfully resisted his mother's demands for a back-to-school haircut. With any luck he always would. And these days he had plenty of luck ― as long as he used it wisely.
"♪!"
He looked down at the little plant spirit that had followed him home from the woods a week ago. The leaflike appendages on its head flapped as it bounced up and down on his bed. "Sorry, Pookie. I can't bring you today."
"♪! ♪?"
"It's just that Granaidh will be there. She... well, she
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Literature
Colder than Ice, Part 2
Colder than Ice, Hotter than Flame
Part 2
The cuts on Kit's face healed slowly as such things go for him, but they were mostly gone by the end of the day. That evening we made it as far as the first of the lodges built along the pass to shelter traders after each stage of the week-long journey. It was shut for the winter, but easy enough to break into. There was no fuel, but neither of us had any qualms about breaking up the furniture and we soon had a blaze roaring in the common room fireplace.
Kit cooked up a decent meal from our rations, so the first part of the night was fairly pleasant. It was marred only by his silence. He had hardly spoken two words since the tollhouse. He responded with warmth to any affectionate gesture on my part and would answer briefly if I spoke to him, but was otherwise withdrawn.
Snow fell very heavily that night. A strong wind came with it, blowing the draft back down the chimney and filling the room with smoke, forcing us to douse the fir
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Colder than Ice, Part 1 :iconlytrigian:Lytrigian 5 9
Literature
Barbaric Treatment
Late summer, 2261 AURC
The noontide sun gleamed off Hrothgar the Northman’s rippling thews, and his shaggy mane of golden hair shone. The cheap tunic he wore could not conceal the hard, rangy lines of his frame as he stood astride the path through the narrow pass he had made his own.
Voices reached his ears; ears that, although attuned to the clash and clangor of battle, had never been deafened by the clatter and bustle of what men called civilization and so remained alert to the slightest threat: the padded footfall of the wolf, or the quiet hiss of a blade drawn from its sheath. But these were careless voices, chattering and laughing, heedless of the peril that loomed before them in the barbarian’s mighty person. His grip tightened upon the hilts of the sword which he held before him, its point resting upon the stony earth; and his nostrils flared in fierce anticipation.
Up the slope before him they came: Two youths walking side by side. The one was tall and well-bui
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Literature
Along the Forest Road: Twelve
Two nights later, just as the rim of the sun dropped below the horizon, Miller put the torch to the pyre shared by Jonn and Shim. As the flames reached to the heavens the village musicians struck up a merry tune and the festivities began. The entire village was there, even those who’d opposed standing up to the brigands, and they were determined to give their fallen heroes a good send-off.
I passed by Mora after I’d drawn another couple of pints from the hogshead Crispian had provided for the occasion. She was sitting with Becka and her parents.
“...I tell you, I won’t have it any other way,” she said to them. “Me and Miller only had the one son. He’d have come of age in another year, and we all know it would’ve  happened anyhow. As far as I’m concerned, your girl’s my daughter-in-law and she gets everything that goes with it. If that’s the mill someday, then so be it!”
I found Kit and handed him a tankard. “So,
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Literature
Along the Forest Road: Eleven
There were no more enemies to fight, and the white fire subsided into my core. I staggered for a moment but soon regained my balance.
Every brigand was dead or dying. All of the boys had at least minor wounds, and a few were in a very bad way. These were being helped toward the inn by others who weren’t so bad off. Jonn was not among them. A heap of dead brigands lay near the spot where Crispian and Mallus finished their duel, and by the metal plates on the jerkin one of those near the bottom must have been Mallus himself. I frantically tossed bodies aside. Jonn was beneath them, covered with blood. I bent over him, straining for any signs of life. The ghost of a breath came from his nostrils. I lifted him up and hurried to the inn.
Inside, a half dozen of the tables were occupied by wounded fighters, and more were being helped inside. Kit was here working on Crispian, and I laid Jonn down on a table next to him. Kit looked up.
“Thanks, Tam. And congratulations. It was hard f
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I just made this up this evening. It's tasty.

Makes 4 servings.

1 cup steel cut oats
4 cups chicken broth
Julienne-cut sun-dried tomatoes
2 bay leaves
1 lb bulk Italian sausage
1 14.5 oz can diced tomatoes, fire-roasted if you can find them
Tomato paste, double concentrated (the kind that comes in a tube)
1 small onion, coarsely chopped
2 cloves garlic, minced
about 2 tbsp finely chopped or dry basil, plus fresh basil leaves for garnish
1 tbsp finely chopped or dry oregano
Pinch ground cloves
Red wine
Grated parmesan cheese
6 cherry tomatoes

In a 3 qt. saucepan, heat the chicken stock. When boiling, sprinkle in the oats and bring back to a boil. When it starts to get creamy, bring the heat down to a low simmer. Roughly chop about 6-8 pieces of the sun-dried tomato and add to the oats along with the bay leaves. Simmer uncovered until the right consistency, loose and smooth but not watery; about 20 minutes.

Put the sausage into a hot saute pan and cook, breaking up the pieces as you go. You want medium-sized pieces of meat here, not small granules, so don't break them up too small. When nice and browned, remove to a bowl and set aside. In the grease from the sausage (add some olive oil if there's not enough) cook the onions and garlic until slightly carmelized, then add the diced tomatoes and about 2 tbsp of the tomato paste, deglazing the pan as you go. Add basil, oregano, and cloves. Cook down over medium-low heat until most of the moisture is removed. Add a splash of red wine and reduce further. Make a well in the center of the pan, slice the cherry tomatoes in half, and heat them in the well until just slightly cooked.

When the oats are done, remove the bay leaves and mix in the sausage meat. Divide evenly into 4 bowls. Spoon 1/4 of the sauce into each bowl, either as a layer on top of the oats or in a circle along the edge of the bowl. Sprinkle each with about 1 tbsp parmesan.  Garnish with the cherry tomatoes, a few pieces of sun-dried tomatoes, and a couple of sprigs of the fresh basil.

If the tomato is too intense for you, halve the sauce ingredients and omit the sun-dried tomatoes, but my family loved it like this. I made it with dry herbs because that's what I had to hand, but I'm sure fresh herbs would better.

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I just made this up this evening. It's tasty.

Makes 4 servings.

1 cup steel cut oats
4 cups chicken broth
Julienne-cut sun-dried tomatoes
2 bay leaves
1 lb bulk Italian sausage
1 14.5 oz can diced tomatoes, fire-roasted if you can find them
Tomato paste, double concentrated (the kind that comes in a tube)
1 small onion, coarsely chopped
2 cloves garlic, minced
about 2 tbsp finely chopped or dry basil, plus fresh basil leaves for garnish
1 tbsp finely chopped or dry oregano
Pinch ground cloves
Red wine
Grated parmesan cheese
6 cherry tomatoes

In a 3 qt. saucepan, heat the chicken stock. When boiling, sprinkle in the oats and bring back to a boil. When it starts to get creamy, bring the heat down to a low simmer. Roughly chop about 6-8 pieces of the sun-dried tomato and add to the oats along with the bay leaves. Simmer uncovered until the right consistency, loose and smooth but not watery; about 20 minutes.

Put the sausage into a hot saute pan and cook, breaking up the pieces as you go. You want medium-sized pieces of meat here, not small granules, so don't break them up too small. When nice and browned, remove to a bowl and set aside. In the grease from the sausage (add some olive oil if there's not enough) cook the onions and garlic until slightly carmelized, then add the diced tomatoes and about 2 tbsp of the tomato paste, deglazing the pan as you go. Add basil, oregano, and cloves. Cook down over medium-low heat until most of the moisture is removed. Add a splash of red wine and reduce further. Make a well in the center of the pan, slice the cherry tomatoes in half, and heat them in the well until just slightly cooked.

When the oats are done, remove the bay leaves and mix in the sausage meat. Divide evenly into 4 bowls. Spoon 1/4 of the sauce into each bowl, either as a layer on top of the oats or in a circle along the edge of the bowl. Sprinkle each with about 1 tbsp parmesan.  Garnish with the cherry tomatoes, a few pieces of sun-dried tomatoes, and a couple of sprigs of the fresh basil.

If the tomato is too intense for you, halve the sauce ingredients and omit the sun-dried tomatoes, but my family loved it like this. I made it with dry herbs because that's what I had to hand, but I'm sure fresh herbs would better.
Just watching old music videos and re-evaluating my life choices.

*sigh*
I'm writing this mainly to put it down on record, so I can check myself later on. We are, come what may, in for an interesting few years.
  • Trump has very little interest in doing the job himself. This is someone who couldn't even sit still for a two-hour debate prep session. He's likely to find the daily grind of briefings, meetings, and paperwork a dull drag. Day-to-day management of the government will probably be turned over to Pence, with Trump reserving himself for speeches, press conferences, public appearances, state dinners, signing ceremonies, and other self-promotional events. Edit 8 December 2016: At least when it comes to routine intelligence briefings, this seems to be what is developing. Trump receives the President's Daily Briefing (PDB), to which he is entitled as President-elect, about once a week. Pence receives it about six times a week. www.yahoo.com/news/trump-gets-…
  • With the effective power vacuum, the "swamp draining" Trump voters hoped for will simply not happen and the Republican establishment will move right in. This has already begun, with Pence being placed in charge of Trump's transition team, replacing Christie, who seems to be getting an increasingly raw deal in return for his support. There may be a few token outsiders added to the Cabinet, but there are a few in every administration. They don't remain outsiders for long.
  • As a result, Trump will push relatively few policy decisions, apart from a few high-profile, flashy issues. Most decisions made by his administration will be firmly in line with mainstream establishment Republican thinking.
  • One exception to this may be the fate of Obamacare. Early indications are that Trump's intentions for it may not quite be what the Republican establishment will want in its less fevered moments, and since he intends to attack it first thing he may well get what he wants. He's hinted that he'll fix Obamacare's problems (largely caused by deliberate non-cooperation from Republican governors) in part by a further expansion of Medicaid under the rubric of a "public option". This will effectively create a two-tiered healthcare system, where some have private coverage through their employers or professional associations, and others have public Federally funded coverage. It will in fact be an incremental step toward universal single-payer health care, but Trump will resolutely avoid calling it that.
  • He has already indicated his support for a $10/hr Federal minimum wage, something else he's likely to get right away and just about the only policy that really will directly help his supporters. That it's something the left has been pushing for will be steadfastly ignored.
  • Trump will probably settle his fraud lawsuits out of court so as to avoid distractions during the transition period and his first 100 days. He will claim this as a victory, despite a high likelihood they will be very costly to him. Edit: Called this one correctly as of 18 November 2016. www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/2…
  • Trump will be unable to deliver on any of his campaign promises when it comes to job creation, apart from directly funded Federal spending on infrastructure and defense. The former is actually a good thing: our national infrastructure is in dire need of an upgrade. But the trade wars he's threatening with China and his desire to renegotiate NAFTA will do far more harm than good. Growth and job creation will grind to a halt.
  • His tax scheme is the usual trickle-down nonsense, and it won't work now any better than it ever has. Given the vast sums he plans to spend, expect the Federal deficit to balloon even further.
  • Trump will, however, be able to claim victory on immigration almost immediately. That's because much of what he promised is already being done. Obama's administration has, contrary to right-wing rhetoric, been extremely active on immigration enforcement -- net immigration both legal and illegal from Mexico has in fact been zero for years now -- and a strong multi-agency vetting process is already in place for refugees from risky parts of the world. The Wall will not be built, as Mexico cannot be made to pay for it and Congress will certainly not appropriate the billions it would take to fund it, but he'll claim his vigorous enforcement (it's actually Obama's) has made it unnecessary.
  • Trump's foreign policy will be in large part driven by a strong desire to avoid antagonizing Russia at all costs. Therefore: [Edit 11 December 2016: Recent revelations from the intelligence community that Russia definitely interfered in the election may have repercussions here. Trump undoubtedly takes this seriously one way or another, despite his public complaints. He may have to curtail his actions in Russia's interests, or take action in less overt ways.][Edit 1 February 2017: Now that Rex Tillerson has been confirmed as Secretary of State, I anticipate things will go as predicted under this heading. Tillerson is also beholden to Putin, and has actually received a decoration from him, the Order of Friendship.]
    • Far from destroying ISIS, he's more likely to withdraw from Syria and leave clean-up there to the Russians as Putin wants. This may be a good thing too: The attempt to remove Assad was among Obama's greatest blunders. [Edit 1 February 2017: Trump has revealed he in fact had no plan to defeat ISIS as he bragged in his campaign, since one of the first things he did was to ask the Pentagon for a plan to defeat ISIS. Whether he implements anything they present him is an open question.]
    • We will therefore probably see a strong recovery in global oil prices, and increased costs at the gas pump, on consumer goods, and on air travel. I have long suspected that OPEC's over-production, and the resulting depression in oil prices, has been diplomatically manipulated by the US partly for the purpose of keeping Russia economically stressed. If that's what has been happening, it will end.
    • Given Trump's denial of climate change and his intention to cut subsidies for clean energy, this is a good thing in a way. Subsidies have been necessary because the slump in oil prices have made clean energy sources economically unviable. If we see crude oil back up over $100/bbl, that will change, and subsidies will simply be unnecessary.
    • Trump's "get tough" policy on North Korea will amount to nothing but a war of words, since Russia would prefer stability that close to its territory. Vladivostok is less than 80 miles from the North Korean border. [Edit 1 February 2017: Despite some provocative threats from North Korea and an impending ICBM test, the Trump administration is completely silent on the subject.]
    • While the Iran nuclear deal will perhaps be renegotiated for show, it will remain more or less the same in all essentials. Iran is a Russian ally. [Edit 1 February 2017: The show has begun. Iran was on the list of nations in Trump's travel ban, and his national security adviser Michael Flynn has put Iran "on notice" over a ballistic missile test. The travel ban inconvenienced the Iranian government not at all, and "on notice" is meaningless rhetoric, an opening gambit in the sham renegotiation which is now more likely to take place. There will be some minor modifications of Obama's anti-nuclear agreement, but no important changes, although Trump will sell them to the public as if they were enormously important.]
  • Since Trump's promises of jobs and prosperity for his support base of uneducated white men will fail to materialize, as his policies cannot yield that result, Democrats may regain control of the Senate in 2018 and will at least narrow the Republican majority in the House. A sure Republican congressional majority will be short-lived under Trump, and he'd best take advantage of it while he can.
  • This also means Trump is very likely to be a one-term President. He won by securing the narrowest of margins in a number of key swing states. One analysis I've seen points out that Trump carried these swing states by a combined margin of slightly over 112,000 votes. This is less than a quarter of the margin by which Clinton is winning the overall popular vote as of this writing. It won't take much for the swing states to go the other way.
I may edit this over the next few weeks to refine a few ideas as we get a better idea of how the Trump administration is shaping up. Either way, I'll come back to this in a few years to see how right or wrong I was.
I did my best, it wasn't much
I couldn't feel, so I tried to touch
I've told the truth, I didn't come to fool you
And even though
It all went wrong
I'll stand before the Lord of Song
With nothing on my tongue but Hallelujah

If you are the dealer, let me out of the game,
If you are the healer, I'm broken and lame,
If Thine is the glory, mine must be the shame.
You want it darker.

Hineni, hineni.
I'm ready, my Lord.
-- Leonard Cohen, 1932-2016

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