The mist and the light... works. :)
It feels dreamy to me. :-)
Now all we need is for Jen to affirm that it is indeed a dream, and then we can have her commited. ;)
Ouch!Talk about your Disciplinary Societies... ;)
It's commitTed, nicrap. ;-)
Don't awaken the dreamer to his errors, jen... ;)
Channeling Pollack in that top photo, Jen.
Thanks, Fj. It wasn't a typo. I actually didn't know there was a second "t". :(
Thanks, Duck. The tangled branches appealed to me.
Wouldn't my word be enough? As a gentleman. ;)
Great. That will play in my head all. Day. Long. :-l Gentlemangentlemangentleman!
Funny. Not what I expected... but similar! ;)
An earworm, just the thing the doctor ordered for you. :p
All the gentlemen moved to east, it seems. ;)
What I find intriguing is the allusion to "foreign" (the hat and gun in your video... interspersed with "English" phrases) in the concept of a "gentleman".Sappho, we barely knew ye. ;)Perhaps a male's "critical distance"... :P
...even in "kynically" making fun of it.
Actually, one of the lines in the song says that the hero has just returned from London...Funny, you should say "kynically". I was just checking this; i am told that it's better than Sloterdijk's book on the same subject which i am sure you know about.
Only through Zizek's interpretation and analyses.I don't suppose there's an English version out there?
I have been checking, i couldn't find one. :(
Reading the comment section of a blog i came upon this gem: "Of course the process of learning is not for the lazy; it is for the leisurely." Really liked it. Thought should share with you. :)
It's ALL about the digressions, that's for certain! ;)Thanks for sharing.
De nada :)
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