Dead Reckoning

Dead Reckoning

v. intr.
finding yourself bothered by somebody’s death more than you would have expected, even if they were only an abstract presence in your life, like a lighthouse in the distance that suddenly goes dark, leaving you with one less landmark to navigate by.

In navigation, dead reckoning is the practice of using your prior course to extrapolate your subsequent position. It can be useful on starless nights but often leads to cumulative errors; if you don’t often check your position against new data, you might end up completely lost.

Mornden

Semaphorism

Los Vidados

Ochisia

Incidental Contact High

On Tenderhooks

Ecstatic Shock

Hanker Sore

The Mcfly Effect

Querinous

Dorgone

Skidding

Rivener

Dolonia

Redesis

Hubilance

The Kinder Surprise

Drisson

Dead Reckoning

Cullaways

Solla, Solla, Solla

Kairosclerosis

Attriage

Dorgone

Manusia

Angosis

Fool’s Guilt