Her surname is sometimes erroneously given as Porter. Immanuel Kant believed that his paternal grandfather Hans Kant was of Scottish origin.
Oh my, this is the perfect antidote to Monday blues. Deiseach April 23, at 1: It was partly my fault for having too much fun being on the receiving end of a Navy SEAL copy-pasta type experience, and I probably goaded Mr Gupta more than I should have past a certain point.
I apologise to Scott for lowering the tone but dang it was fun!
ManyCookies April 23, at 2: And I read pretty much everything with a generic tone, but man did I hear the full Irish accent there.
Deiseach April 23, at 2: Even in his occult activities, Yeats was an organisation man. Yeats, with a bouncer, saw him off the premises, called in the police and ended up victorious in court.
What the fuck did you just fucking say about me, you little witch?
You are nothing to me but just another new age hippie. I will curse you with precision the likes of which has never been seen before on the astral plane, mark my fucking words.
You think you can get away with saying those incantations to me over the Internet? As we speak I am activating my secret network of sigils across the USA and your crystal supplier is being traced right now so you better prepare for the banishment, hippie.
The banishment that wipes out the pathetic little things you call your rituals. Not only am I extensively trained in banishing, but I have access to a temple and a set of elemental weapons and I will use them to their full extent to wipe your miserable practices off the face of the continent, you little Wiccan.
I will evoke fury all over you and you will be driven insane by it. Okay, I am shutting up for good about this, I promise! Nornagest April 23, at I got about a third of the way in before I was too bored to continue.
And that was on a fourteen-hour flight to Hong Kong. Callum G April 23, at 4: His point about folk tradition interpretation of enlightenment being different from his tradition of enlightenment feels true to me.
I get associations with Gandhi, yoga, drugs and meditation. Instead I see his interpretation as related to the above. His model of enlightenment is different and more sophisticated than ours; ours stemming largely from western interpretations.
Nornagest April 23, at 4: Combined with a really expansive notion of racism and two scoops of his own, ah, cultural pride. Le Maistre Chat April 23, at 5: John Schilling April 24, at 9: He has had plenty of time to learn the cultural norms of that place, Ah, I see.🔥Citing and more!
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T his may be the first Harlan Ellison book I ever read. For that reason alone, it would be significant to me. I cannot be certain, because that was a quarter century ago, in , and I don't remember much about that year except for the two-mile I ran and, on April 14, the first kiss with a girl who would become my first love and lifelong friend.
May 4, AM | Posted by The Media: | Reply. The way you look at the media is adolescent, Alone. Overdetermined. Pacific Standard is a far more banal entity than you might think--it used to be called Miller-McCune (after Susan) and its beat is the social sciences, meaning it's more like Psychology Today than The Atlantic.
Essay on Victor Frankenstein as the Monster in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein - In the novel Frankenstein, by Mary Shelley, Victor Frankenstein is the true monster, not the creature himself. Victor Frankenstein grew up in Geneva.
FRANKENSTEIN In the story “Frankenstein,” written by the author Mary Shelley, Victor Frankenstein decided that wanted to create a being out of people that were already dead.
He believed that he could bring people back from the grave.