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  11. <title>[Journal - 5.13]The header from hell</title>
  12. <description>It&#8217;s ranting time! Today I would like to share with you my thoughts about a particularly annoying thing on the internet.</description>
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  17. <title>[Journal - 5.6]April reading review</title>
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  23. <title>[Notes - 4.27]Water, water everywhere</title>
  24. <description>Today I muse about water, both in its liquid and solid form. No gaseous meditations, though.</description>
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  29. <title>[Journal - 4.11]March reading review</title>
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  35. <title>[Journal - 4.1]Review: Beauty and the Beast</title>
  36. <description>Today I have a rather long review of the new live-action Disney film for you. (The March reading review will, as such, be somewhat delayed.)</description>
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