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JFRO'S 2020

Jfro's 2020 from ash966 on 8tracks Radio.


Format once again ripped off shamelessly from the Librarian in 

Black:


Books -- Circe, 1177  B.C.: The Year Civilization Collapsed, 

Network Effect, Spinning Silver, The City We Became, The 

Mirror & The Light, Ancillary Justice, The Last Emperox, Into 

the Drowning Deep,  Every Heart A Doorway, Jade War, Jane 

Doe, Agency, Gideon The Ninth, The Traitor Beru Cormorant, 

The Tombs Of Atuan


Comics -- Solutions & Other Problems, Godslave, Back


Movies -- We Have Always Lived In The Castle, Industrial 

Accident: The Story of Wax Trax! Records, What She Said, 

Hotel Artemis,  The Old Guard, Greyhound, The Disaster Artist, 

Ready Or Not,  John Wick: Chapter 3, 1917


TV Shows -- The Mandalorian, The Queen's Gambit, The 

Expanse, Drag Race (US, All Stars, Canada, Holland), The 

Boys, The Umbrella Academy, Legendary, We're Here,  Divorce, 

Insecure, Letterkenny, Archer, Better Call Saul, The 

Magicians, Hunters, Altered Carbon, The Chilling 

Adventures of Sabrina, Counterpart, Picard, The Good 

Place, The Bodyguard, Bojack  Horseman, Billions, The 

Witcher, Mr. Robot, His Dark Materials, Motherland: Fort 

Salem


Albums --Valkyrie: Fear, Lucifer: Lucifer III, Guided By 

Voices: Mirrored Aztec, Monolord: No Comfort, Kadavar: For The 

Dead Travel Fast, Various Artists: Not From Where I'm Standing, 

Dayglow: Fuzzybrain, Devil To Pay: Forever, Never or Whenever


Songs --Yvie Oddly: "Hype", Shea Couleé and GESS: 

"Collide", BLACKPINK: "How You Like That", Cinerama/The 

Wedding Present: "The Name Of The Game/White Riot" (Split 7"), 

Orville Peck: "Dead Of Night", Kim Petras: "In The Next Life", 

Saweetie: "Tap In", DJ S.K.T & Jem Cooke: "Boomerang (Round & 

Round)", Bonnie X Clyde: "Atypical", Moguai: "Commander For 

The Night", Not-So-Ebb: "Stay Inside Your Home"


Apps --Inkscape, Tinkercad, Google Meet,  Soundiiz, iMovie, 

Camtasia, Twitch, Instagram 


Devices --Snowball USB Microphone, Lulzbot 3D 

Printer,  Wolverine Digitizer


Events --Condemic, Black Girl Magic, Guided By Voices, 

The Wedding Present, Windhand, Soul Asylum, 

ToshoCon online, First Avenue 50th Anniversary, 

Creative Night @GPS, virtual get-togethers with friends 

and  family, virtual learning circles, Werq The World 

Online


Items of clothing --sweater vests, anything houndstooth, 

pimped-out masks, My Neighbor Totoro kigurumi


Games --Rummikub, Candy Crush Jelly Vs.,Hearts, Axon 

Punk


Web sites --Signschool, AITA, Board Game Arena


Twitter Twerps -

@Artists_Ali, @PulpLibrarian, @SketchesbyBoze, 

@AngryBlackLady, @Lexialex, @VaguelyFunnyDan, @

ChuckTingle, @jonrog1, @RepKatiePorter, 

@Catshouldnt, @Garrett_Archer, @XiranJayZhao, 

@AntisemitismCow, @Nymphomachy, 

@midnight_pals, @RikerGoogling


YouTubers -- IMHO, Ben G. Thomas, Hbomberguy, 

History With Cy, Jenny Nicholson, Jessica Kellgren-

Fozard, Kat Blaque, Lindsay Ellis, Sarah Z, Study of 

Antiquity and the Middle Ages, Wilma Fingerdoo, Trey 

The Explainer, Extra Credits


Materials - handmade paper, ink-jet Shrinky Dinks, 

jewelry wire, Mod Podge


Boyfriend --JSeux cannot be defeated!


Special shout-out to the United States Postal Service, for Click 'N' 

Ship, bringing me stuff, and saving democracy.

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