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A Magazine for

Sean Morley

Fun Writer

Gnashing teeth, affable heart. Sean Morley loves friendship and power.

Morley's Fun Page It’s fun to toil

We've glimpsed a society in which non-essential work is paused and people are allowed to be as calm as multiple catastrophes allow. Now we're revving up the Global Warming Machine and preparing to forget that another world was ever possible.

Morley's Fun Page A beautiful day at the snail races

Examining the friction between a desire for an overhaul of oppressive hierarchies through confrontational direct action versus my other desire to sit in a dark room and sweat all the liquid out of my body.

Morley's Fun Page The Clap

Scorched Britons jerk their bodies upright, shake sand from puckered skin and crane their eyes towards a fixed position in the centre of the sun. It is time to commence The Clap.

Morley's Fun Page Tulpamancy Explained

What separates a tulpa from an imaginary friend is that, once fully formed after months of a process called 'forcing', a tulpa will act autonomously.

Morley's Fun Page Animal Hanging

There are records of animals being put on trial and punished by public execution, usually hanging, dating back to the 13th through to 16th century for crimes ranging from theft to murder to bestiality.

Morley's Fun Page Kropotkin's Crab

"Oh, no, uh... Peter Kropotkin was a naturalist and anarchist philosopher from the 19th century and he saw a crab here in 1882..."