it’s eye of newt and hazelnut”.
Not my favourite flavour, come to think of it none of them are.
Son of sly-grogging backroom-abortionists,
Avondale was quite teh place back in the day.
Um excuse me........
Can we start the uprising now?
Key on God: “I wouldn’t describe myself as atheistic
Goff’s response was similar: “I`m not an atheist.
Funny how they both got the A -word in, just so they could say they weren't it.
Very cunning........ don't frighten the horses,
Deeply profound or incisive thinkers on this important subject they are not.
Have at it, all you smug judgers. Just how much of a moronic boofhead am I?
Funny thing is I used to love the WWF. Hulk Hogan, Hacksaw Jim Duggan, Randy Savage, The Bushmen(who ate sardines before going in the ring to make their breath stink). I wanted Smell-o-vision The Hart Foundation. And that other pansy who went on to make movies. Fabulous theatre. But I had to be contrary and love the villians and loathe the heroes. Boy am I a boofhead!
Bad luck to the Crusaders it would have been nice for CHCH for them to win.
In my experience, it’s not the people who are interested in the play you want to worry about.
Quite right, I'd be your worse nightmare. Watching and listening to grown men and women clustered around a glowing box yelling abuse, or howling celebratory noises sends me in a fit of cognitive despair so deep I have to self anaesthetise to an alarming degree. As I wonder who is the worse addict me or them. Did I just compare sports fans to junkies...... I think I did. I won't do it again. Work will save me.
when you shadow is directly below you, rather than dawn or dusk, when it can cast all the way to the horizon.
Well they usually set up camp mid afternoon so probably around then. And Im sure spirit anger would be invoked if someone else's teepee site infringed on yours. Its just one of those oddities of human history the ways we viewed land and possession of it. Hey I'm not idealising it, but we are locked into the property as asset model now for better or worse, depending on your point of view.
Not that I’m encouraging anyone you understand and Dr Haywood might find it useful in his talk. And OK I’m doing it for the kids, some advice for when you get high. I’ll be off working rugby.
It is possible, however, if not actually plausible, to seize this datum from the other end and argue, and Aldous Huxley did in his classic essay, The Doors of Perception, that the primary function of the brain could be eliminative: its purpose could be to prevent some vast, transpersonal dimension of mind from flooding consciousness, thereby allowing apes like ourselves to make their way in the world without being dazzled at every step by visionary phenomena irrelevant to their survival. Huxley thought that if the brain were a kind of “reducing valve” for “Mind at Large,” this would explain the efficacy of psychedelics: They could simply be a material means of opening the tap.
Unfortunately, Huxley was operating under the erroneous assumption that psychedelics decrease brain activity.
And I know Shayne Carter so will be dazzling you may need a reducing valve opener.
Its going to put some much needed dosh in my pocket.
We had housing concerns in the stone age, probably a home and the defense of it was the main survival advantage humans could attain – control and ownership of land is the key battle around which tribes and nations have fought forever
Some of the indigenous American tribes believed you could only own the piece of land you were standing on literally only as far as your shadow reached. And often they battles were largely symbolic sometimes no killing took place just a coup de grace, a tap to the head. And even something they just did in summer when they had the time and energy against traditional foes.
When it started to get a bit crowded in Europe it got messy, and just got worse.