Little Engines That Couldn’t

“For every little engine that could, there’s 100 little engines that couldn’t, all of whom rolled backwards down the hill uncontrollably, crashing at the bottom and spilling cargo and passengers all over the landscape like gory piles of silly string. Failure is always an option, even when it’s not an option.” – Tucson Codex, 7:28 Image: long curly tendrils of something creep over the top half of the page. The author credit hiding within them reads “The Good Reverend Roger and his terrifying back hair”

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