Exploring r/QuarterLand feels like drifting off into a fever dream, one that veers into a full-on nightmare at times. The subreddit's demented community of 4,000 people (which I admit, I am a part of) seems to have an unspoken understanding of the specific flavor of the content's strangeness. Beware: the further one ventures through the QuarterLand page, the more they will stray from their sense of reality.
There are apparently a bunch of different, totally unconnected people who have made their own Lovecraftian versions of "Jolene." Like the one above: And in your eyes deep pools of viceNo spilt blood will for her sufficeThe elder gods sing in her name: "Jolene" Her bloodlust has grown beyon'What mortal men may yet reckonHer mindless… READ THE REST
Skewers are about as primal an instrument as man has ever devised. In fact, a stick with a fashioned tip for just that type of open-flame cooking was found at a campsite believed to date back over 300,000 years. With all that research and development time, it would be easy to imagine that pretty much… READ THE REST
Even in this new age of home offices and remote employment, we still haven't really advanced the state of desk decor much, have we? The walls around you may have changed and your boss may have to Zoom you rather than casually eyeball your productivity during a judgmental walk-by, but the immediate desktop environment probably… READ THE REST
STEM jobs are expected to increase to more than 9 million next year, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. With job markets still recovering from the COVID shutdowns and seismic shifts in scores of industries over the past year, it's no wonder that many parents are getting smart and deciding to get their… READ THE REST