KinokoFry #108 – Why The Wind Blows

I’m very excited to say that the Shruggenbee forums now have a dedicated place for BOOK TALK. I’ve already recommended the book I’m currently obsessed about and others are doing the same. If you like reading, or you think you maybe might like to give it a go again after high school killed that joy like it has done for so many others beore you… come reeeeeeeeeead with us!

Once more, a reminder that there are now…

New limited edition Little Horse prints!

There are 20 of each (though fewer than that left now), each one is beautifully printed on very lovely 100% recycled paper. Each one will be individually signed with a unique little picture, and hand-stamped on the back.

- Rebecca Clements

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this is disturbing.
your dark side is showing becks.
The engineer in me will not suspend disbelief. What is with those fans on the back wall? They would be totally ineffectual for anything. Sorry, I can’t help it.
Why don’t the worker ladybugs get blown away? You would expect the winds to be stronger at the source.


The “fans” are turbines wind-powering ladybug civilisation.

The workers are standing on the non-windy side. And are possibly wearing those iron boots from Zelda.


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