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Scuba Man

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on: October 29, 2020, 12:02:22 AM
https://pseudopod.org/2020/10/09/pseudopod-725-the-lonesome-place/

Holy hell! That great. And the host's comments about...
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  ... as a grown-ass man.

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Reply #1 on: November 17, 2020, 02:30:19 AM
The 1925 showcase is going to be even better than the 1924 one.

And the closing quote was from a T.E.D. Klein story but fit perfectly with this episode.

"As a boy I’d been afraid of the dark—or, more specifically, of monsters. I knew they only inhabited the world of movies, but sometimes in the dark it would occur to me that I, too, might be performing, all unwittingly, in a movie, perhaps even in the dread role of victim. There were two things movie victims never did, at least (alas) in my day: they never swore, and they never uttered brand names. Knowing this, I’d hit upon an ingenious way to keep my courage up. Whenever I was forced to brave the darkness, whether in the cellar or the attic or even my own room, I’d chant the magic words “Fuck” and “Pepsi-Cola” and I knew that I’d be safe."
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