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Month of the month: February!



01:07 pm

Holiday o' the day: National Freedom Day



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12:00 pm

Holiday o' the day: WTF Day



3
12:00 pm

Holiday o' the day: The Day the Music Died



4
12:00 pm

Holiday o' the day: Zombie-rama



5
12:00 pm

Holiday o' the day: National Weatherpersons Day



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12:00 pm

Holiday o' the day: Surprise!



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05:56 pm

Holiday o' the day: Edmas



8
12:00 pm

Holiday o' the day: The Devil Came Down to Devonshire



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12:00 pm

Holiday o' the day: Develop Alternative Vices Day



04:56 pm

Wonder what he's doing for Singles Awareness Day.



10
12:00 pm

Holiday o' the day: Suck It, Marriage Day



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12:00 pm

Holiday o' the day: Develop Alternative Zombocalypses



12
12:00 pm

Holiday o' the day: Darwin Day!



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12:00 pm

Holiday o' the day: Friday the 13th!



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12:00 pm

Holiday o' the day: Ignore Your Phone Day



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12:00 pm

Holiday o' the day: St. Skeletor's Day



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12:00 pm

Holiday o' the day: National Do a Grouch a Favor Day



17
12:00 pm

Holiday o' the day: My Way Mardi Gras



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12:00 pm

Holiday o' the day: Pluto Day



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12:00 pm

Holiday o' the day: Temporary Insanity Day



20
12:00 pm

Holiday o' the day: MST3K Day



21
12:00 pm

Holiday o' the day: Card Reading Day



22
12:00 pm

Holiday o' the day: Single-tasking Day



23
12:00 pm

Holiday o' the day: Anniversary of the Gutenberg Bible



24
12:00 pm

Holiday o' the day: Merry Zanemas!



25
12:00 pm

Holiday o' the day: Quiet as a Clam Day



26
10:30 pm

Holiday o' the day: TUMBLR STRIKES BACK



27
12:00 pm

Holiday o' the day: International Polar Bear Day



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05:50 am

Holiday o' the day: HOLIDAY!



11:35 pm

By the way...



About dream/reading tags

y-* tags categorize dreams.

For types: beyond the obvious, there are dreamlets (very short dreams), stubs (fragment/outline of a partially-lost dream), gnatter (residual impression of a lost dream).

For characters: there are roles (characters fitting an archetype), symbols (characters as symbols), and sigils (recurring figures with a significance bigger than a single dream's role/symbolism).

x-* tags categorize books.

Material is categorized primarily by structure, style and setting. If searching for a particular genre, look for the defining features of that genre, e.g. x-form:nonfic:bio, x-style:horror, x-setting:dystopian.

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