Animal Crossing Pocket Camp, Other Video Games 0 comments on Animal Crossing Pocket Camp: Haunted Scavenger Hunt

Animal Crossing Pocket Camp: Haunted Scavenger Hunt

My Pocket Camp character wears a cat Halloween costume. They stand near the collection of Haunted Scavenger Hunt items.

The Haunted Scavenger Hunt followed the Fishing Tourney (Goldfish), which came after Isabelle’s Creek Cooldown. Both of those events fit together well, because they both had something to do with water. The Haunted Scavenger Hunt, however, didn’t match. To me, it felt like maybe it was originally intended to be a Halloween event.

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The January 6th Committee

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Photo by Caleb Perez on Unsplash

The Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol is a Committee in the U.S. House of Representatives. As you may have guessed, the Committee’s main purpose is to investigate the January 6th attack on the United States Capitol. This committee is also referred to as the “Select Committee”.

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Book Reviews, fantasy, horror 0 comments on The Forked Path – by T. R. Thompson

The Forked Path – by T. R. Thompson

Cover of The Forked Path by T.R. Thompson. The cover is mostly green, with many plants and trees. A green figure with antlers looks out at the viewer.

The Forked Path, by T.R. Thompson, is Book 2 of the Wraith Cycle. I highly recommend that you read Book 1, The Blood Within the Stone, before jumping into Book 2. This second book picks up not long after the first one ends, and there is an assumption that readers will already be familiar with (most) of the characters.

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Twitter is Supporting Cryptocurrency

This is really bad news for artists who post their work on Twitter

Twitter introduced a feature called “Tips” which is intended to roll out to all users (eventually). The purpose of “Tips” is to enable Twitter users to support their favorite creators – who are on Twitter – by giving them a tip. Options for tipping include Cash App, Patreon, Venmo, and others.

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Governor Newsom Signed Bills To Build More Housing in California

A construction worker wearing a hard hat is on top of the side of a building made of wood. The worker is building the home.
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Governor of California Gavin Newsom signed bills that are intended to increase California’s housing supply and fight the housing crisis. These bills were signed on September 16, 2021. They are part of California’s Comeback Plan.

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