Browsing Month November, 2015

Faustrecht: German word meaning “law of the fist” or “law by force.” In French, perhaps “droit du poing.” https://t.co/bKX2PK9PdE

Faustrecht: German word meaning “law of the fist” or “law by force.” In French, perhaps “droit du poing.” https://t.co/bKX2PK9PdE Faustrecht: German word meaning "law of the fist" or "law by force." In French, perhaps "droit du poing." https://t.co/bKX2PK9PdE — Grant Barrett (@GrantBarrett) November 17, 2015 http://twitter.com/GrantBarrett/status/666411787009531904

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By the way, I wrote a book instead of doing my annual words-of-the-year list. #nowoty

By the way, I wrote a book instead of doing my annual words-of-the-year list. #nowoty By the way, I wrote a book instead of doing my annual words-of-the-year list. #nowoty — Grant Barrett (@GrantBarrett) November 16, 2015 http://twitter.com/GrantBarrett/status/666319449855758336

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Yay! I delivered the manuscript for my next book today! Editing, revisions, and copyediting are to come.

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A stiltwalker bows.

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Guard rail or guide rail?

Guard rail or guide rail? Guard rail or guide rail? — Grant Barrett (@GrantBarrett) November 13, 2015 http://twitter.com/GrantBarrett/status/665017738679554049

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Rainbow.

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