the+fart+that+killed+everyone review 

THE FART THAT KILLED EVERYONE Duology- A Literary Sensation Takes the World By Noxious Storm

It’s not often that Powerwolf reviews works of literature, but considering the overwhelming importance that The Fart That Killed Everyone collection has had on the social, cultural, and geopolitical landscape, we would be remiss not to discuss it. Since this duology burst onto the scene, both the Trump and Clinton campaigns have rallied around the perceived messages at play, while Sanders has largely ignored them in a move that will likely cost him the DNC nomination. Some have argued that, like a fart, the novels’ message is nebulous enough that it can be appropriated by any Dick, Jane, or Sally with an agenda to push. I would argue that while The Fart That Killed Everyone and its sequel do contain political elements, the potency of the story’s messages are in their human universality.

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Rose Quartz show vs fan art mailbag 

FIRST WORLD PROBLEMS

Hey howdy hey Powerwolf Pack! Welcome back for another exciting edition of the Mailbag, where we discuss all your most pressing thoughts and questions about the world of entertainment, and how it affects us. Today on the mailbag, we discuss progressive outrage and entitlement in the nerd community and the ever changing nature of genre.

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