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Apr. 22nd, 2019 07:26 am
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This looks really really good and deserves a signal-boost (which a friend has asked I give it):

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/katiewest/better-than-irl

On the other hand, I am slightly traumatized by being reminded that such a huge part of my life (which is still a huge part of my life) is now Olden Times.

Some stuff...

Apr. 22nd, 2019 02:10 am
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More editing, but not enough to finish the chunk. Much of the early portion of the day was spent feeling so ungodly sleepy...

Then the computer was whining that it was out of memory, and I had to go and carefully compress some files, one at a time, to try to free up space -- and then it cried that it was out of memory again, and I turned on Activity Monitor, and suddenly, POOF! Memory appeared. >_>

Spouse says it was probably coincidence.

Have moved the speaker out to the car, but not plugged it in or anything. Still, it will hopefully be nice to have something that will be willing to hook up to Bluetooth so I can play stuff from my phone when A: the radio is boring, and B: kid is not playing stuff on their headphones.

Need to edit TWO things, I think. Eeeeg.

Havva Quote
One: I am emphatically NOT fine. Two: YOU CAST HOLD PERSON ON ME!
--Bryn, Hit & Abyss, Episode 8: Words Kill
(It's true; one of the other PCs cast Hold Person on her, and not for that great a reason.)


INwatch+Bookwatch )

y'all want some good crack?

Apr. 21st, 2019 10:34 pm
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WTF February (1202 words) by norakwami
Chapters: 3/?
Fandom: Miraculous Ladybug
Rating: Teen And Up Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Relationships: Gabriel Agreste | Papillon | Hawk Moth & Nooroo, Adrien Agreste | Chat Noir & Marinette Dupain-Cheng | Ladybug
Characters: Gabriel Agreste | Papillon | Hawk Moth, Nooroo (Miraculous Ladybug), Adrien Agreste | Chat Noir, Marinette Dupain-Cheng | Ladybug
Additional Tags: Chicken!Gabriel Agreste, Crack Treated Seriously
Summary:

A collection of stories written for @mlb-shit-post's WTF February event.
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Posted by Catherine

Summary

Website: https://thesmallbusinessparty.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thesbparty/
Slogans:
Let’s save small business together.
Themes:
Electorate:
NSW
Preferences: To be updated when the how to vote cards are declared.

Policies & Commentary

OK!  Easter is over, which means it’s time for me to get back  to the political commentaries before we get the NBN on Thursday and lose the internet for the next three weeks (I hope, so very much, that I’m exaggerating about this, but I have to say, nothing I have heard about the process of NBN installation fills me with optimism…).

I’m still super tired, so I’m going to start off with the Small Business Party, a single-issue party based in Sydney that wants to champion small businesses.  It’s very NSW-centric, and I suspect will not be running candidates elsewhere, so this is likely to be one of my shorter posts.  You are probably as relieved as I am by this statement.

The first thing you need to know about this party is that its pages all come with YouTube videos that autoplay the first time you open them.  And then they repeat!  Endlessly! I mention this up-front, because it was a nasty shock when I opened several pages at once, preparing to read them – you may want to switch off the sound on your computer before you start visiting the website.  In their defence, the videos I’ve watched are short, well-produced and summarise their policies well.  Also, I’m all for accessibility, and I think these videos would be great for someone with a learning disability or visual impairment (well, except that you miss the cute cartoons), but the autoplay thing makes my hair stand on end.  Website owners, please don’t do this!  We don’t all want to be bombarded the moment we open a web page!

The SBP’s premise is that running a small business is more than just a job, that small businesses are ‘families… local communities, and… the heart and soul of this great Australian nation’, and that they are being treated unfairly by governments.

Small businesses need a champion now more than ever. Consistently Governments’ make decisions which destroy small businesses, hurt our families, and impact our local communities.

We are here to fight for these businesses and their families and ensure that progress doesn’t come at their expense.

The SBP is particularly worried about unaffordable housing and energy, excessive taxation and red tape.  Their about page contains some useful stats = there are over 2 million small businesses in Australia, and small businesses employ almost 50% of the workforce.  I would very much like to know how they are defining small business for this purpose, incidentally – I know the government defines businesses with fewer than 100 employees as small businesses for some purposes, for example, whereas I suspect what the general public envisages is something rather smaller (a family business, perhaps).

The SBP has seven policies.  The first two are about taxes – they want to get rid of land tax, which they feel is unfair because it takes no account of changes in the property market, and payroll tax, which they feel punishes small businesses for employing staff.

There is a strong note of resentment in the land tax video:

The NSW looooves to take money from the same people all the time – our small businesses and our families.  We already have enough taxes.

And in the payroll tax policy we have:

Why does small business always pay multiple times in NSW – WE carry an unfair burden.

The next policy is called ‘Cut Energy Prices’, which calls for less waste and smarter technologies and smarter cities. It’s hard to know what ‘smarter technologies’ means, because they don’t seem to be huge believers in climate change:

Governments in Australia are more concerned with appeasing either the climate change believers or the sceptics than to bother doing anything about our SKYROCKETING energy prices.

Again, we have the chorus of needing to protect our small businesses and our families and our communities – which are envisaged, I think, as largely one and the same thing.

You will also be unsurprised to hear that

Small businesses in Australia SUFFER through OUTRAGEOUS amounts of red-tape in any given week.

They feel that larger corporations actually push for compliance changes in order to sabotage smaller businesses, which is an interesting theory.

One thing that stands out to me, reading these first four policies, is a sense that many small businesses are currently standing at the very edge of viability – there is a real feeling of existential anxiety which permeates the way these issues are discussed, leaving no room for nuance.  Land tax *does* increase the cost of doing business… but it also tends to be a rather less regressive tax than some other options.  Red tape *is* annoying and time consuming and often excessive… but preserving the rights of employees to be treated equitably at work and to work in a safe environment is vital, and can’t be ignored either.  There needs to be some balance.  I don’t think small businesses are out to exploit their employees, but I do think that someone who is struggling to break even with their business might not have the clearest view of which bits of red tape really do reflect necessity, and which do not.

Another policy area is to cut stamp duty, which they think is helping drive housing unaffordability.  They want to abolish stamp duty entirely for retirees who are downsizing, and reduce it for everyone else.  This is actually one of their more nuanced policies, and I appreciate that they are aware that not everyone will be able to transition from renting to owning immediately, and that there will always be a need for affordable rental options – though it’s also interesting that their assumption is that everyone will own eventually, and that this is a desirable thing (as opposed, say, to an assumption that most people will rent, and that we need to reform our rental laws to make them work for long-term tenants as they do in many European countries).  I’m not necessarily arguing with this assumption, by the way, but it’s interesting that this is still the baseline we are coming from.

The Small Business Party wants to fix education.  Interestingly, they mostly want to do this by getting rid of HSC exams, which they feel are unnecessarily stressful and place a mental health burden on children, and replacing them with ongoing assessment.  This is really their only defined policy on the subject, which is fairly unusual.  No mention is made of the content of education that should be provided, but they want to upskill teachers and reward the ones with a passion for their job, rather than just throwing money at schools and reducing classroom sizes.

Finally, the Small Business Party wants free Out of School Hours Care (which for some reason they have decided to abbreviate to ‘OOSH’, and pronounce ‘Oosh’) for all working parents.

And that’s about it. I suspect I won’t be in a position to vote for this lot.  If I did… well, I think they would wind up about halfway down my ballot.  I mean, I don’t dislike them, which puts them well ahead of the game so far, but they really are single issue, to a degree that I find a little selfish, or perhaps it’s fairer to say short-sighted.

And now I’m going to go have a nap, because my tiredness has caught up with me. I apologise if I’ve been typing really weird stuff (I start spelling things in Scrabble Tile Value Order and swapping homonyms when I’m too tired.  I thought I was feeling normal when I started writing this post, but I think I was wrong.).

Eurovision Theme Song as determined by me, very objectively

I searched in vain for a Eurovision song featuring red tape (apparently, I had already used the only one there was for Tim Storer’s Independent SA Party).  And it must be admitted, ‘Small Business’ is not a topic that instantly brings to mind things Eurovisual.

However, after some very random investigations, I did find this delightfully 80s piece from 1991 by Sweden, which I feel is amusingly appropriate for the SBP – admittedly, my knowledge of the Eurovision oeuvre is not encyclopaedic, but I can’t recall a lot of backing dancers in business suits and ties.

late night links

Apr. 21st, 2019 11:19 pm
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Secrecy, double-dealing and greed at the NRA. From the article:

LaPierre is right that the N.R.A. is troubled; in recent years, it has run annual deficits of as much as forty million dollars. It is not unusual for nonprofits to ask prospective donors to help forestall disaster. What is unusual is the extent to which such warnings have become the central activity of the N.R.A. Even as the association has reduced spending on its avowed core mission—gun education, safety, and training—to less than ten per cent of its total budget, it has substantially increased its spending on messaging. The N.R.A. is now mainly a media company, promoting a life style built around loving guns and hating anyone who might take them away.


***

A market-driven Green New Deal would be unstoppable.

Another way of looking at detail in the Mueller Report.

Safety over scale: more and safer ride-sharing start-ups.

The burning houses of worship we don't hear about.

Why chickens are more than bird brains.

Could letting land lie fallow every few years aid in carbon capture?
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and I feel shattered. It was really, really good. It will stand up to a lot of re-reading and I know I will get a lot out of it. That glacier trek, oh my god. And I can't imagine what it must have been like to read it 50 years ago, 1969.

spoilers )

Unsorted linkspam

Apr. 22nd, 2019 12:19 am
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I've surely shared this classic Easter story before, but if you haven't read it, please do: "The 1969 Easter Mass Incident". The hilarity, it burns. "Content Warnings: Religion, food, symbolic cannibalism, symbolic gore, penis mention, Blasphemy, SO MUCH BLASPHEMY, weapons, war mention. Mind the warnings and your health always comes first. Its a HILARIOUS story, I promise."

Unsorted linkspam:

"‘Ugly Delicious’ Explores MSG Myths in ‘Fried Rice’: On his Netflix show, David Chang looks at the state of Chinese food in America".

"Layers of Deceit: Why do recipe writers lie and lie and lie about how long it takes to caramelize onions?" [2012]

"Autism Self-Diagnosis is not Special Snowflake Syndrome". [2015]

"The Myspace Dragon Hoard (2008-2010)". "A wide-ranging collection of 490,000 mp3 files from MySpace.com, accomplished using unknown means by an anonymous academic study conducted between 2008 and 2010."

"Do People in an Arby’s Know About “Sir, This Is an Arby’s”? Investigating the internet’s favorite joke on the front lines".

And a small heap via [personal profile] conuly:

--"Behind the New, Gloriously Queer Emily Dickinson Movie".

--"Why there’s so little left of the early internet". [BBC]

--"The Strange Beauty of Salt Mines".

--"How A Seed Bank Helps Preserve Cherokee Culture Through Traditional Foods".

--"Killer Rabbits in Medieval Manuscripts: Why So Many Drawings in the Margins Depict Bunnies Going Bad".

--"These ballroom dancers teach a gender neutral way where both people lead". [CBC]

--"How Social-Media Surveillance of Teenagers Led to a New Kind of Policing".

--"The world’s happiest people [note: the Danish] have a beautifully simple way to tackle loneliness".

--"The Extremely Real Science behind the Basilisk’s Lethal Gaze".

--"Webcomics: an oral history: Featuring the artists behind XKCD, Questionable Content, Dinosaur Comics, and more".

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Apr. 21st, 2019 07:24 pm
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you and me could write a (bad) romance (7227 words) by AlexSeanchai
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Miraculous Ladybug
Rating: Teen And Up Audiences
Warnings: Creator Chose Not To Use Archive Warnings
Relationships: Adrien Agreste | Chat Noir/Marinette Dupain-Cheng | Ladybug, Adrien Agreste | Chat Noir & Gabriel Agreste | Papillon | Hawk Moth, guest starring - Relationship, Marc Anciel/Nathaniel Kurtzberg, Alya Césaire/Nino Lahiffe, Juleka Couffaine/Rose Lavillant, past minor relationships
Characters: Adrien Agreste | Chat Noir, Marinette Dupain-Cheng | Ladybug, guest starring, Marc Anciel, Nathaniel Kurtzberg, Alya Césaire, Nino Lahiffe, Nadja Chamack, Lila Rossi, Nathalie Sancoeur, Penny Rolling, Gabriel Agreste | Papillon | Hawk Moth
Additional Tags: Romance, Modeling, Designer Marinette Dupain-Cheng, Homelessness, Queer Het, Temporary Character Death, Marriage Proposal, sitting these two clowns down to talk about their feelings, Adrinette April 2019
Summary:

Adrien rubbed the back of his neck and didn't meet her eyes. "Sooo I kind of had a fight with my father. The part where the art room social scene comes in is, I told him I'm done modeling for anything but romance novel covers. And he doesn't believe me."

"...Romance novel covers," Marinette repeated slowly, imagination filling with Adrien in a charcoal suit waltzing with a woman in a crimson silk gown. Adrien in a pirate ship's crow's nest, poet shirt open to show his defined pecs and abs, with the black-and-red-garbed pirate queen. Adrien, blue-jeaned and shirtless and wielding a broadsword, with—

"The thing is—and this," Marc added, "is the part where Loverboy is getting all flustered—the thing is, romance novels, as a general rule, have two protagonists."

"Both of whom," continued Nathaniel while eyeing Marinette, "ought to be on the cover. Otherwise readers will get confused about the genre.

"Subtle," said Marinette. "Adjective. Antonyms include Marc and Nathaniel."

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Apr. 21st, 2019 07:23 pm
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you and me could write a (bad) romance (7227 words) by AlexSeanchai
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Miraculous Ladybug
Rating: Teen And Up Audiences
Warnings: Creator Chose Not To Use Archive Warnings
Relationships: Adrien Agreste | Chat Noir/Marinette Dupain-Cheng | Ladybug, Adrien Agreste | Chat Noir & Gabriel Agreste | Papillon | Hawk Moth, guest starring - Relationship, Marc Anciel/Nathaniel Kurtzberg, Alya Césaire/Nino Lahiffe, Juleka Couffaine/Rose Lavillant, past minor relationships
Characters: Adrien Agreste | Chat Noir, Marinette Dupain-Cheng | Ladybug, guest starring, Marc Anciel, Nathaniel Kurtzberg, Alya Césaire, Nino Lahiffe, Nadja Chamack, Lila Rossi, Nathalie Sancoeur, Penny Rolling, Gabriel Agreste | Papillon | Hawk Moth
Additional Tags: Romance, Modeling, Designer Marinette Dupain-Cheng, Homelessness, Queer Het, Temporary Character Death, Marriage Proposal, sitting these two clowns down to talk about their feelings, Adrinette April 2019
Summary:

Adrien rubbed the back of his neck and didn't meet her eyes. "Sooo I kind of had a fight with my father. The part where the art room social scene comes in is, I told him I'm done modeling for anything but romance novel covers. And he doesn't believe me."

"...Romance novel covers," Marinette repeated slowly, imagination filling with Adrien in a charcoal suit waltzing with a woman in a crimson silk gown. Adrien in a pirate ship's crow's nest, poet shirt open to show his defined pecs and abs, with the black-and-red-garbed pirate queen. Adrien, blue-jeaned and shirtless and wielding a broadsword, with—

"The thing is—and this," Marc added, "is the part where Loverboy is getting all flustered—the thing is, romance novels, as a general rule, have two protagonists."

"Both of whom," continued Nathaniel while eyeing Marinette, "ought to be on the cover. Otherwise readers will get confused about the genre.

"Subtle," said Marinette. "Adjective. Antonyms include Marc and Nathaniel."

[111/365] clean all the things

Apr. 21st, 2019 11:28 pm
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Washing the dishes after a holiday meal made me miss my mom.

The details were all different for me today at work when I was cleaning up a Pesach seder, but my mom spends much of every family gathering in the kitchen and from the time I was old enough to be trusted drying the good dishes, I've helped out. So there was something very familiar about it even in its novelty (I know shamefully little about Judaism; I'm grateful to the increased time I've spent with these Jewish friends know that I'm employed by one of them having exposed me to a lot more conversations and information about it, but still everything is new to me).

Washing and drying and stacking and storing made me miss my mom, but also sheesh now I appreciate how much project managing she does in dealing with the aftermath of a big meal for a bunch of people. What gets washed in what order, where clean things can be put, she's better at all of that than me. This is the kind of skill that gets so devalued it is not even recognized as existing; so associated with women that even I who'd witnessed it for a couple decades didn't consciously think about it until now.

Maybe I shouldn't be too hard on myself for not being as good at this as my mom. She has a thirty-year head start on me, but she also had no doubt done this more before she was my age than I have. My life looks very different from hers, but still there are these echoes.

"Going There," Jack Gilbert

Apr. 21st, 2019 05:01 pm
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Of course it was a disaster.
The unbearable, dearest secret
has always been a disaster.
The danger when we try to leave.
Going over and over afterward
what we should have done
instead of what we did.
But for those short times
we seemed to be alive. Misled,
misused, lied to and cheated,
certainly. Still, for that
little while, we visited
our possible life.

- via [tumblr.com profile] sashayed, from The Great Fires: Poems 1982-1992

Apollo 11

Apr. 21st, 2019 07:52 pm
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I saw the movie Apollo 11 this afternoon, at the Somerville Theatre, and enjoyed it. This film is very much what it says on the tin, a documentary of the Apollo 11 flight put together entirely from archival footage, and works well.

I recommend seeing this on a large screen (in a movie theatre, or maybe on a large flat-screen television, rather than something like an iPad).

I had meant to go sooner, but I've been dealing with a lingering cough; there were a few days when I wasn't exactly sick, but was still coughing enough that it seemed unkind to go to the movies. By this afternoon, I sat for more than an hour and a half without coughing at all, aided only by a single medicated cough drop.

Signal Boost: Take heart

Apr. 21st, 2019 04:41 pm
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[personal profile] goss posted: Take heart
“Optimism is radical. It is the hard choice, the brave choice. And it is, it seems to me, most needed now, in the face of despair — just as a car is most useful when you have a distance to close. Otherwise it is a large, unmovable object parked in the garage.

...History and fable have both proven that nothing is ever entirely lost. David can take Goliath. A beach in Normandy can turn the tide of war. Bravery can topple the powerful. These facts are often seen as exceptional, but they are not. Every day, we all become the balance of our choices — choices between love and fear, belief or despair. No hope is ever too small.”

- Guillermo Del Toro



A day of tourism

Apr. 21st, 2019 03:17 pm
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Yesterday was gloriously sunny and I had nothing much to do, so after a morning spent doing laundry I headed over to the Ballard Locks. These locks link Lake Union, Lake Washington, and the associated ship canal, to Puget Sound. As I got off my bus and walked toward the water, the whole place smelt of the sea... and that made me really happy. I've missed that smell, and so far in my time in Seattle I haven't had much contact with salt water.

I wandered around the locks for a while, watching fishing and leisure craft locking in and out, and the lifting railway bridge do its thing. There's a salmon ladder around the locks which has a viewing room with glass panels to see the fish... but it was closed. I lay on the grass for a while, enjoying the outside. Then I walked up a hill, over the railway and along the fringe of Discovery Park, and caught a bus downtown.

I went to visit the Olympic Sculpture Park. The actual art on display didn't do much for me, but the setting was just about perfect for my particular combination of scenery-lover and transport geek. On one side of me, a freight railway with gigantic 3-loco trains rumbling by. On the other side, Puget Sound with its container ships. Beyond that, islands and mountains.

I got sunburnt. In April.

So far I've really been enjoying how walkable and busable this city is. It's definitely unusual to not have a car, but while staying in the central areas I really haven't missed having one. I did give in and get a Lyft account, but the only times I've had to use it have been when I've been in a hurry or had a lot of luggage - the buses really are quite good. I haven't yet tried much rush-hour travel; that will come when I start my new job tomorrow. Wish me luck!
 


vital functions

Apr. 21st, 2019 10:03 pm
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Reading. V excited that I can read physical books at the moment without my hands yelling at me (hurrah for ring splints). Head On (John Scalzi) and record of a spaceborn few (Becky Chambers) in hard copy; I'm now making substantial progress through The Collapsing Empire (also John Scalzi) in ebook, because I got to the top of the library queue. (For reference, also on hold: Feel Free, being collected essays by Zadie Smith; Daring Greatly, Brené Brown, having failed to get together the brain to read it when I got it out the library in hard copy a while back; The Consuming Fire, John Scalzi, sequel to TCE; Conversations with Friends, Sally Rooney. There's a fair chance that I'll suspend the holds on both the Smith and the Brown just because they are likely to be fairly heavy going and, as discussed in therapy a few weeks back, it is actually okay for me to read for fun at the moment.)

Details, including spoilers. )

Film/TV. Leverage. It is Leverage. I am still kind of fascinated by it but, like, I cannot quite deal with Eliot, last episode, having... decided that Parker was incompetent? For reasons of plot convenience? Obviously she wasn't, but. Oh children.

Growth. AHAHAHA SO MUCH. Headlines:
  • I've repotted the lemon!
  • I've provided some timelapse photography of the plot!
  • I've borrowed a cordless drill and made significant progress with building my raised bed edging! (This also counts as a Skill Acquisition, especially as I was doing so without more competent supervision.)
  • I've fixed the broken autovent on the roof of the greenhouse! (Ish. It's possible I need to get a new wax cylinder; it's not opening as much as I really feel it ought.)
  • ............ I found the carpet.
  • It is, you see, The Rule that every allotment plot is absolutely chock-full of fundamentally made-of-plastic carpet.
  • I thought I'd got away with it.
  • I tried to dig a hole to put the legs of the raised bed into.
  • ... I hit carpet.
  • I have found at least two layers.
  • I... I think they extend underneath all the raised beds.
  • The raised beds in which I am growing spinach, and fennel, and allium various.
  • The raised beds I weeded thoroughly last year and then manured and then left to get themselves set up with decent soil structure and generally getting going with a no-dig philosophy.
  • That I'm now going to have to dig up.
  • To get out the carpet.


Notable Pokémon. Another (!) shiny Eevee. Hatched a Really Rather Good Beldum. No event-specific shinies yet, of course, but there we go.
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Players
Ander: Human cleric
Dorritt: Human warlock
Himo: Wood Elf rogue
Kokai: Gnome Mage
Milo: Human Ranger

Alas, my notes seem to be incomplete. Well, no doubt I can reconstuct the missing material at some future date. Suffice to say we have descended into the city and had a few inconclusive encounters with locals.

There are far too many large dinosaur footprints in this city. Read more... )

violent tween zone

Apr. 21st, 2019 11:35 am
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If children survived to age seven, their recognized life began, more or less as miniature adults. Childhood was already over. The childishness noticeable in medieval behaviour, with its marked inability to restrain any kind of impulse, may have been simply due to the fact that so large a proportion of active society was actually very young in years. About half the population, it has been estimated, was under twenty-one, and about one third under fourteen.

Barbara Tuchman - A Distant Mirror, The Calamitous 14th Century

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