Aggression on Trees and Blogs
Not a naturist (but not a never-never-would/but probably won't) but nudity, could be, an answer to unwanted lust?
I’ve no desire to advocate for stripping off in public/should be encouraged. But there’s something of an analogy about it, regarding violence. Tarantino uses a ‘Japan looks at violence more/acts violently . . .
‘We’ve got lazy and let things get out of control’
Tap quotes Alex Jones, whilst affirming the obvious wisdom to acknowlege fair-do's, over woolly distractive thinking and "better not".
Infowars has an army of promotors and in some ways I look for others, doing similar... or - here’s my plea - . . .
Evil and #gilesfraser
On reading Giles - not unsurprising - views on evil, I wondered if the ten of thousands reading it would whimper a thought? Now on a Twit, searched #gilesfraser to find, Is Giles Fraser Cursitor Doom?, a repost (on an auto-collect) and zilch.
I had to look up what ‘cursitor’ means ‘courier or runner’. The Lone Star blogger . . .
Simon voted for the UK further (public) involvement in Syria. This says enough about his politics: Believe a lie or compromise, on one occasion it mattered to stand up for sense.
Regarding ‘sexual advances and “...she’s 17”.
He’s likely to be sacked because, the plus for public opinion will be too irresistible . . .
The Shining and the Moon
Could ‘Paul’ be accused of taking Jesus words and life towards a more pro-Jewish/Israel position? This comes out of the tendency to believe that ‘Abraham's children’ are the great woe-makers of humanity. (Or the Khazars who self-adopted themselves into this heritage).
I promised a study and assessment. Try and find some . . .
More Mass in B
Found a reverting film of one.
Had said I'd keep on Beethoven's Piano Concertos but the draw Bach-ward is too strong.
For me it went like this; converted Classical, can't listen outside without the haunting sense this isn't up to much, or at least, 'that'. After living with the Romantics and . . .