Two stories from Chinese folklore about broken things. A broken pot, a broken future, and how things can come together to heal. And why you shouldn't go to work drunk or else you might have to arrest a tiger.

The creature is the tooth tyrant, the Odontotyrannos, and it's not an angry dentist.

Uncle Jim's Worm Farm:

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"Jumbel" by Blue Dot Sessions
"Gathering Stasis" by Blue Dot Sessions
"Lemon and Melon" by Blue Dot Sessions
"Liptis" by Blue Dot Sessions
"Town Market" by Blue Dot Sessions


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