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Nicole, aka @PinkInDetroit has been furiously drawing her little fingers off recently and it's because she's been deep in the throes of giving birth to an awesome children's book called Rosie: A Detroit Herstory.
Rosie tells the tale of Detroit's "Rosie the Riveters", the women who helped fuel the war machine that ultimately secured an Allied victory against the Nazi empire.
The book is nearly complete, and is written simply enough to be considered a "children's book" but they're pretty sure adults are going to love it too. Bailey, the author, is also the purveyor of Detroit History Tours, and she doesn't mess around when it comes to historical research.
The project was fully funded on Kickstarter after only a day and a half. If you would like to get a copy, you can find out more about the book and order your copy on Kickstarter.
The registration deadline is tomorrow
THE SECOND MISSION:
The Nintendo Switch is out of stock everywhere. Only a ninja can find one.
A ninja could make one appear at ICHQ this weekend.
If a Nintendo Switch (preferably with Neon joycon) appears this weekend, you will become the (extraordinarily rare) next Icrontic Ninja.
(You will also be reimbursed for the cost).
I'm going to be going with the 1800x because I only upgrade every 3-5 years and this one has to last.
This is a hell of a thing. $30 gets you $600 worth of video games, and 100% of the proceeds go to charity, with Humble matching up to $300k. Proceeds go to ACLU, IRC, and MSF
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