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  1. nzbekitty replied to your post:

    In NZ, it costs $NZD0.80 or one KiwiStamp to send a postcard domestically, and $NZD2.00 to send it internationally.

    Thank you!

  2. ALL! HAIL! COFFEE!

    ALL! HAIL! COFFEE!

  3. Late night print checking.

    Late night print checking.

  4. danielx9 replied to your post:

    Who’d you sell the souls to if I might ask? Lucifer? Beelzebub? Mephistopheles? The IRS?

    Soul broker privilege, we cannot reveal.

  5. minjiminjiminji replied to your post: “What superstition is appropriate for “taking an extra library day this…”:

    Folio flukes and bibliodipity.

    Perfect.

  6. Vampires skydiving on Vine

    We took a few vampire friends skydiving the other night to see if we could record it on Vine.

    Poor light and their inherent difficulty in appearing on camera prevented us from capturing the footage, but you should have seen the face of the skydiving coach when the vampires turned into mist half way down.

    Apparently we are the “first and last” bribe that pilot will ever take to go at night.

  7. What superstition is appropriate for “taking an extra library day this week and, after exiting and walking half a block, happen to be in the right place and time to direct someone who is lost to said library?”

    What superstition is appropriate for “taking an extra library day this week and, after exiting and walking half a block, happen to be in the right place and time to direct someone who is lost to said library?”

  8. ursus--arctos said: I would sell the last, meager bits of my soul to work for Evil Supply.

    Thank you for the kind words! It did cost a number of souls to launch the firm. We will announce openings as they come (though it will be quite some time before it’s a possibility)

  9. sablerabbit:

It’s here!

    sablerabbit:

    It’s here!

  10. Postcards are a fun way to say “I’m thinking about you and that is terrifying”

    We are working on a post about postcards. In the US, postcard postage is less expensive, and can be used to send said card anywhere in the world.

    How does this operate in non-US countries? Let us know! Thank you