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Hairy Ticks of Dune Blog » The 12 Stages of Chigger Evolution (so far)
Basic Sand Chigger. I added the Latin taxonomical designation Trombicula arrakensis, Arrakeen Chigger. I forget what environmental factor occasioned the ...
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Hairy Ticks of Dune Blog » New Arrakeen sucks
Announcing C.H. Tabr! (The New ‘Keen is Dead!) The New Arrakeen: Like Waff in Hunters & Sandworms · CALLED IT! Perceptive piece on the new Dune movie, ...
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Hairy Ticks of Dune Blog » Brian Herbert Books
I’ve revealed recently that a while back I bought a copy of Brian Herbert’s Timeweb, Book 1 in his Timeweb Chronicles. (It was an impulse buy kinda thing; ...
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Hairy Ticks of Dune Blog » Origin of “Cymek”: Yet Another Pinch?
I’ve always assumed that cymek, the term for those “Jans in the Walking Pans” in the “Legends” books, was some stupidly conceived combination of “cyborg” or ...
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Hairy Ticks of Dune Blog » Dune fanfic
Here’s an odd little something on a blog called “OVERNIGHT TO MANY DISTANT CITIES”, sent to me this morning by Tanzeelat. Enjoy. Category: Dune fanfic, Web ...
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Hairy Ticks of Dune Blog » Dune Novels BBS
PAUL OF DUNE (WHOOSH?) THE DIRECT [...] Category: Dune Novels BBS, DuneNovels.com, Herbert Dairy Products, Heroes of Dune | 8 Comments » ...
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Hairy Ticks of Dune Blog » Dayton(a) Venue: Books & Co at the Greene
Hairy Ticks of Dune Blog. There’s only room enough in this stillsuit for .... Or suck-up better to the right people so he can get a feed off the venue mics. ...
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