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Fiction: Observations and Oversights on the Opportunistic Occupation of Octopuses in the Office

An essay by Camille Delacroix, as provided by Michael M. Jones Art by Justine McGreevy It all started with one simple question. “Daphne, why is there an octopus on the ceiling?” For there was, indeed, an octopus clinging to the … Continue reading

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