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Pan Horama

"Panorama," from the Greek "pan" for "all" and "horama" for "view." This etymology is more interesting than this board game by a factor of 100. And no, I don't care that I don't know how factors work.

Here in moose country, sometimes you’ll see a moose. Not very often. But sometimes. Once, on a hike, a moose wandered near to where we were eating lunch. Another time, when my Mom was painting a landscape while listening to music on some headphones, she looked up to see a moose standing next to her. Those are my two moose stories.

In Alex Wynnter’s Panorama, there are moose all over the damn place. Foxes too. That’s probably the best thing about it.

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