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MoJoRiSin 12-31-2014 03:02 PM

hypothetical post two unrelated things thread
 
"just rendezvousing with this comet is an extraordinary thing, we are going to make discoveries that no one has imagined yet"

http://youtu.be/DVwHCGAr_OE

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http://youtu.be/mBRP-o6Q85s


ps Happy New Year Everyone!
:) :) :)

MoJoRiSin 01-09-2015 07:37 PM

The wish within a human being is the most powerful energy that exists.
~Rudi

There is one thing that destroys anyone's ability to advance spiritually : the ability to control the mind and the emotions. In order to free the mechanism for spiritual growth, this control is the first step in beginning a spiritual life.
~Rudi

ps "Do you cheat on Words with Friends and use the dictionary? (It's triple word score!)"
~Honest Tea (FB entry) 01.09.2014

MoJoRiSin 01-14-2015 10:45 PM

hypothetical post two unrelated things thread
 
http://cdnpix.com/show/imgs/06048e6d...b6118b0d44.jpg

In the cycle of nature there is no such thing as victory or defeat: there is only movement.
~Paulo Coelho

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http://whyatt.com.au/wp-content/gall...s_image_17.jpg

MoJoRiSin 01-16-2015 11:06 PM

hypothetical post two unrelated things thread
 
[font="Courier New"][color="DimGray"][b]Voltaire
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
For other uses, see Voltaire (disambiguation). Voltaire Nicolas de Largillière, François-Marie Arouet dit Voltaire (vers 1724-1725) -001.jpg Portrait by Nicolas de Largillière Born François-Marie Arouet 21 November 1694 Paris, France Died 30 May 1778 (aged 83) Paris, France Pen name Voltaire Occupation Writer, philosopher, playwright Nationality French François-Marie Arouet (French: [fʁɑ̃.swa ma.ʁi aʁ.wɛ]; 21 November 1694 – 30 May 1778), known by his nom de plume Voltaire (/voʊlˈtɛər/;[1] French: [vɔl.tɛːʁ]), was a French Enlightenment writer, historian, and philosopher famous for his wit, his attacks on the established Catholic Church, and his advocacy of freedom of religion, freedom of expression, and separation of church and state. Voltaire was a versatile writer, producing works in almost every literary form, including plays, poems, novels, essays, and historical and scientific works. He wrote more than 20,000 letters and more than 2,000 books and pamphlets. He was an outspoken advocate, despite the risk this placed him in under the strict censorship laws of the time. As a satirical polemicist, he frequently made use of his works to criticize intolerance, religious dogma, and the French institutions of his day."
~ copy and pasted from ::
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voltaire
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The End of the Holidays
by Mark Perlberg

We drop you at O’Hare with your young husband,
two slim figures under paradoxical signs:
United and Departures. The season’s perfect oxymoron.
Dawn is a rumor, the wind bites, but there are things
fathers still can do for daughters.
Off you go looking tired and New Wave
under the airport’s aquarium lights,
with your Coleman cooler and new, long coat,
something to wear to the office and to parties
where down jackets are not de rigeur.
Last week winter bared its teeth.
I think of summer and how the veins in a leaf
come together and divide
come together and divide.
That’s how it is with us now
as you fly west toward your thirties
I set my new cap at a nautical angle, shift
baggage I know I’ll carry with me always
to a nether hatch where it can do only small harm,
haul up fresh sail and point my craft
toward the punctual sunrise.
“The End of the Holidays” by Mark Perlburg, from The Impossible Toystore. © Louisiana State University Press, 2000. Reprinted with permission. (buy now)
~http://writersalmanac.org/episodes/20141228/

MoJoRiSin 01-18-2015 03:54 PM

hypothetical post two unrelated things thread
 
"Leo Tolstoy, was a Russian novelist, short story writer, essayist, playwright and philosopher who primarily wrote novels and short stories. Tolstoy was a master of realistic fiction and is widely considered one of the greatest novelists of all time. He is best known for two long novels, War and Peace (1869) and Anna Karenina (1877). Tolstoy first achieved literary acclaim in his 20s with his semi-autobiographical trilogy of novels, Childhood, Boyhood, and Youth (1852–1856) and Sevastopol Sketches (1855), based on his experiences in the Crimean War. His fiction output also includes two additional novels, dozens of short stories, and several famous novellas, including The Death of Ivan Ilyich, Family Happiness, and Hadji Murad. In addition to novels and short stories, he also wrote plays and philosophical essays on Christianity, nonviolent resistance, art and pacifism."
copy and pasted from
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leo_Tolstoy
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"The first beds were really rooms within rooms. They had roofs from which hung heavy draperies like sleeping-car curtains. These air-tight folds surrounded the entire structure. The question of who was going to open the window did not exist in the good old days. This fabric sarcophagus occupied the centre of the great upper hall in every well-appointed castle. On the floor and benches surrounding it slept the court: ladies-and-gentlemen-in-waiting, pages, hautboys, halberdiers, friends of the family, serfs and serfants – anyone , in fact, who couldn’t find a better place."

Hopton, Ralph; Balliol, Anne (2014-09-09). Bed Manners: A Very British Guide to Boudoir Etiquette (Old House) (Kindle Locations 66-70). Osprey Publishing. Kindle Edition.


^ the book goes on to say that this horrible arrangement gave rise to it dawning on everyone they could join to a monastery and have their own
room with a bed of their own ;)

MoJoRiSin 01-20-2015 09:54 PM

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"As a parent you think of your children going to college, graduating, having a career, marriage, children. Maggie is the legal guardian for 30 children. She’s their mother. Who is going to marry a young woman who is responsible for 30 children? Her life is not going to be a normal typical life. On some level you go through a mourning process for that as a parent."
read the rest
here
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The End of the Holidays
by Mark Perlberg

We drop you at O’Hare with your young husband,
two slim figures under paradoxical signs:
United and Departures. The season’s perfect oxymoron.
Dawn is a rumor, the wind bites, but there are things
fathers still can do for daughters.
Off you go looking tired and New Wave
under the airport’s aquarium lights,
with your Coleman cooler and new, long coat,
something to wear to the office and to parties
where down jackets are not de rigeur.
Last week winter bared its teeth.
I think of summer and how the veins in a leaf
come together and divide
come together and divide.
That’s how it is with us now
as you fly west toward your thirties
I set my new cap at a nautical angle, shift
baggage I know I’ll carry with me always
to a nether hatch where it can do only small harm,
haul up fresh sail and point my craft
toward the punctual sunrise.
“The End of the Holidays” by Mark Perlburg, from The Impossible Toystore. © Louisiana State University Press, 2000. Reprinted with permission. (buy now)
~http://writersalmanac.org/episodes/20141228/

MoJoRiSin 01-31-2015 04:45 AM

gOD iS a fUNNY bASTARD!!!!!!!

MoJoRiSin 02-01-2015 06:40 AM

Dayl can you help design something for me?
it looks sort of like an L and it goes across and anyway it's like a three sided square that's connected by a pole to him 990° angle to the same exact thing as the three great site Heights where we used to try to balance on it remember in the living room front of the two green chairs song on repeat ...
Rolling Stones SATISFACTION

MoJoRiSin 02-02-2015 11:08 AM

krishna das serenade (at the M0 ment)
Radhe Go Linda

i will find it for you
do not worry your
PRETTY LITTLE
hed

MoJoRiSin 02-02-2015 11:09 AM

http://www.amazon.com/Radhe-Govinda/...=Radhe+Govinda

MoJoRiSin 02-04-2015 06:58 PM

they SEEm to know what a "show" is
do their parents even have time to whatch 'em
NO too bus E stuck IN TRAFFIC
you know the movie
they one for England is almost more depressive its called
TRAFFIK

don't even bother
welcome to the brave new world
amazing
no?
please do not fvvkk this up
if that would even be possible HA!

MoJoRiSin 02-05-2015 03:38 PM

hypothetical post 2 unrelated things thread
 
1.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5i0z...sSgs2s&index=8


http://www.fastcodesign.com/1672846/...-like-hipsters

spend any free time listening carefully to Donovan

son: mommy what does same sex penetration mean?
my dream world
daughter: mommy is that even possible
think "jelly bean" "smarties"
think on this guy::

the one who whistles while he builds this:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pipe_organ

you know what it is not a good thing to buy a human bean
HOWEVER what Mo really can't wrap her mind around
their family members SOLD them
who are these people? do they even enjoy playing image association, fiction project, the beautiful thread etc? it dawned on me::
the answer

MoJoRiSin 02-08-2015 01:08 PM

hypothetical post two unrelated things thread
 
1. https://41.media.tumblr.com/c5d42bf4...pl4ko1_500.jpg

2.

"A female, therefore, should learn the Kama Shastra, or at least a part of it, by studying its practice from some confidential friend. She should study alone in private the sixty-four practices that form a part of the Kama Shastra. Her teacher should be one of the following persons, viz., the daughter of a nurse brought up with her and already married,[12] or a female friend who can be trusted in everything, or the sister of her mother (i.e., her aunt), or an old female servant, or a female beggar who may have formerly lived in the family, or her own sister, who can always be trusted.

The following are the arts to be studied, together with the Kama Sutra:—/
Singing.
Playing on musical instruments.
Dancing.
Union of dancing, singing, and playing instrumental music.
Writing and drawing.
Tattooing.
Arraying and adorning an idol with rice and flowers.
Spreading and arraying beds or couches of flowers, or flowers upon the ground.
Colouring the teeth, garments, hair, nails, and bodies, i.e., staining, dyeing, colouring and painting the same.
Fixing stained glass into a floor.
The art of making beds, and spreading out carpets and cushions for reclining.
Playing on musical glasses filled with water.
Storing and accumulating water in aqueducts, cisterns and reservoirs.
Picture making, trimming and decorating.
Stringing of rosaries, necklaces, garlands and wreaths.
Binding of turbans and chaplets, and making crests and top-knots of flowers.
Scenic representations. Stage playing.
Art of making ear ornaments.
Art of preparing perfumes and odours.
Proper disposition of jewels and decorations, and adornment in dress.
[24]Magic or sorcery.
Quickness of hand or manual skill.
Culinary art, i.e., cooking and cookery.
Making lemonades, sherbets, acidulated drinks, and spirituous extracts with proper flavour and colour.
Tailor's work and sewing.
Making parrots, flowers, tufts, tassels, bunches, bosses, knobs, &c., out of yarn or thread.
Solution of riddles, enigmas, covert speeches, verbal puzzles and enigmatical questions.
A game, which consisted in repeating verses, and as one person finished, another person had to commence at once, repeating another verse, beginning with the same letter with which the last speaker's verse ended, whoever failed to repeat was considered to have lost, and to be subject to pay a forfeit or stake of some kind.
The art of mimicry or imitation.
Reading, including chanting and intoning.
Study of sentences difficult to pronounce. It is played as a game chiefly by women and children, and consists of a difficult sentence being given, and when repeated quickly, the words are often transposed or badly pronounced.
Practice with sword, single stick, quarter staff, and bow and arrow.
Drawing inferences, reasoning or inferring.
Carpentry, or the work of a carpenter.
Architecture, or the art of building.
Knowledge about gold and silver coins, and jewels and gems.
Chemistry and mineralogy.
Colouring jewels, gems and beads.
Knowledge of mines and quarries.
Gardening; knowledge of treating the diseases of trees and plants, of nourishing them, and determining their ages.
Art of cock fighting, quail fighting and ram fighting.
Art of teaching parrots and starlings to speak.
Art of applying perfumed ointments to the body, and of dressing the hair with unguents and perfumes and braiding it.
The art of understanding writing in cypher, and the writing of words in a peculiar way.
[25]The art of speaking by changing the forms of words. It is of various kinds. Some speak by changing the beginning and end of words, others by adding unnecessary letters between every syllable of a word, and so on.
Knowledge of language and of the vernacular dialects.
Art of making flower carriages.
Art of framing mystical diagrams, of addressing spells and charms, and binding armlets.
Mental exercises, such as completing stanzas or verses on receiving a part of them; or supplying one, two or three lines when the remaining lines are given indiscriminately from different verses, so as to make the whole an entire verse with regard to its meaning; or arranging the words of a verse written irregularly by separating the vowels from the consonants, or leaving them out altogether; or putting into verse or prose sentences represented by signs or symbols. There are many other such exercises.
Composing poems.
Knowledge of dictionaries and vocabularies.
Knowledge of ways of changing and disguising the appearance of persons.
Knowledge of the art of changing the appearance of things, such as making cotton to appear as silk, coarse and common things to appear as fine and good.
Various ways of gambling.
Art of obtaining possession of the property of others by means of muntras or incantations.
Skill in youthful sports.
Knowledge of the rules of society, and of how to pay respects and compliments to others.
Knowledge of the art of war, of arms, of armies, &c.
Knowledge of gymnastics.
Art of knowing the character of a man from his features.
Knowledge of scanning or constructing verses.
Arithmetical recreations.
Making artificial flowers.
Making figures and images in clay.
A public woman, endowed with a good disposition, beauty and other winning qualities, and also versed in the above arts, obtains the name of a Ganika, or public woman of high quality,[26] and receives a seat of honour in an assemblage of men. She is, moreover, always respected by the king, and praised by learned men, and her favour being sought for by all, she becomes an object of universal regard. The daughter of a king too, as well as the daughter of a minister, being learned in the above arts, can make their husbands favourable to them, even though these may have thousands of other wives besides themselves. And in the same manner, if a wife becomes separated from her husband, and falls into distress, she can support herself easily, even in a foreign country, by means of her knowledge of these arts. Even the bare knowledge of them gives attractiveness to a woman, though the practice of them may be only possible or otherwise according to the circumstances of each case. A man who is versed in these arts, who is loquacious and acquainted with the arts of gallantry, gains very soon the hearts of women, even though he is only acquainted with them for a short time."
copy and pasted from
project gutenberg
~the kama sutra

MoJoRiSin 02-09-2015 07:07 PM

hypothetical post two unrelated things thread
 
this one is for Rosie

1.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ydvUIpSQI5E
2.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jz7IjXu0DfQ

welcome to the fam dam ilee

MoJoRiSin 02-15-2015 12:52 PM

hypothetical post two unrelated things thread
 
v Who are the Beatles looking at in this picture? did none of them have siblings?


1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Uk_6WWy0RA


2. http://img.thesun.co.uk/aidemitlum/a...N_1869110a.jpg


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