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« Reply #1440 on: September 13, 2014, 01:44:28 AM »

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« Reply #1441 on: September 13, 2014, 01:52:25 AM »

Cumin is good, and by the way Indian women always know to put cumin on their curry.

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Bon appétit, monsieur! J'adore votre soeur! Elle est très belle!

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Could I be your fictional sister's type? I have this intuition that we would hit it off really well if she existed.

Depends.  Will your wife acknowledge me as her fictional brother?  Smiley
Totally. The two of you look very similar anyways.  Tongue

Don't insult Mor. It's his job to insult me. But my angel in the avatar sure is hot. Seriously the reason I mention women so often is I am a poet. I adore beauty, in particularly the female kind. In fact I feel like I was born in the wrong age. I still write sonnets and poems old school. They don't always rhyme--that's optional--but they follow some sort of rule generally. The sound of words spoken by the human voice must follow rules just like music although it can be played with. I even have a lady, like Dante, I have spoken of only in greetings, a Beatrice. I have not seen her in five years. She exists only in my memory. It's Platonic and without lust. Karlie Kloss on the other hand, well, only art can purity lust because poetry should generally lack lust, except when it portrays characters. Art on one level should be above lust, and yet because it is human, is should contain what is human. Thus does Chaucer give us a bawdy Wife of Bath and Shakespeare both the innuendo and the lady beyond reproach, who in the Platonic mind is above lust. This sort of thought has left us once we got rid of teaching the liberal arts. Dante writes of his lusts and even had a suggestive little poem about he an a couple friends in a boat with some ladies. He writes of how he lusted and Beatrice purified his lust by her goodness, representing Christ and all that is good and beautiful. That is why we see heaven and hell. so much nonsense gets put out today. Seriously here is a great video to watch if you have time:

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x1euvbw_bbc-why-beauty-matters-full-version-bbc-roger-scruton_tech

What on earth are you blathering on about?
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« Reply #1442 on: September 13, 2014, 01:21:40 PM »

Barnacle Bill by Betty Boop

The crazy stuff they let young people watch these days!
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« Reply #1443 on: September 13, 2014, 04:08:25 PM »

Yeah, like Spongebob. He needs to die a slow death. But watching the link I realise this is rather more suggestive than one might expect for the "good old days".
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« Reply #1444 on: September 13, 2014, 09:02:12 PM »

Cumin is good, and by the way Indian women always know to put cumin on their curry.

On?!  What is it, parmesan cheese?  Be quiet.

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http://cdn.theguardian.tv/brightcove/poster/2012/1/10/120110IndianCooking2_5677264.jpg

Bon appétit, monsieur! J'adore votre soeur! Elle est très belle!

I don't have a sister, but if I did, you would not be her type.
Could I be your fictional sister's type? I have this intuition that we would hit it off really well if she existed.

Depends.  Will your wife acknowledge me as her fictional brother?  Smiley
Totally. The two of you look very similar anyways.  Tongue

Don't insult Mor. It's his job to insult me. But my angel in the avatar sure is hot. Seriously the reason I mention women so often is I am a poet. I adore beauty, in particularly the female kind. In fact I feel like I was born in the wrong age. I still write sonnets and poems old school. They don't always rhyme--that's optional--but they follow some sort of rule generally. The sound of words spoken by the human voice must follow rules just like music although it can be played with. I even have a lady, like Dante, I have spoken of only in greetings, a Beatrice. I have not seen her in five years. She exists only in my memory. It's Platonic and without lust. Karlie Kloss on the other hand, well, only art can purity lust because poetry should generally lack lust, except when it portrays characters. Art on one level should be above lust, and yet because it is human, is should contain what is human. Thus does Chaucer give us a bawdy Wife of Bath and Shakespeare both the innuendo and the lady beyond reproach, who in the Platonic mind is above lust. This sort of thought has left us once we got rid of teaching the liberal arts. Dante writes of his lusts and even had a suggestive little poem about he an a couple friends in a boat with some ladies. He writes of how he lusted and Beatrice purified his lust by her goodness, representing Christ and all that is good and beautiful. That is why we see heaven and hell. so much nonsense gets put out today. Seriously here is a great video to watch if you have time:

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x1euvbw_bbc-why-beauty-matters-full-version-bbc-roger-scruton_tech
tl;dr
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« Reply #1445 on: September 13, 2014, 09:28:46 PM »

There is an abundance of quality Catholic and non-Chalcedonian liturgical videos on Youtube. We, however, tend to make a poorer show for some reason. Tongue I get excited when I see good videos.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y2zRSU_PUW8
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« Reply #1446 on: September 13, 2014, 09:51:34 PM »

Cumin is good, and by the way Indian women always know to put cumin on their curry.

On?!  What is it, parmesan cheese?  Be quiet.

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http://cdn.theguardian.tv/brightcove/poster/2012/1/10/120110IndianCooking2_5677264.jpg

Bon appétit, monsieur! J'adore votre soeur! Elle est très belle!

I don't have a sister, but if I did, you would not be her type.
Could I be your fictional sister's type? I have this intuition that we would hit it off really well if she existed.

Depends.  Will your wife acknowledge me as her fictional brother?  Smiley
Totally. The two of you look very similar anyways.  Tongue

Don't insult Mor. It's his job to insult me. But my angel in the avatar sure is hot. Seriously the reason I mention women so often is I am a poet. I adore beauty, in particularly the female kind. In fact I feel like I was born in the wrong age. I still write sonnets and poems old school. They don't always rhyme--that's optional--but they follow some sort of rule generally. The sound of words spoken by the human voice must follow rules just like music although it can be played with. I even have a lady, like Dante, I have spoken of only in greetings, a Beatrice. I have not seen her in five years. She exists only in my memory. It's Platonic and without lust. Karlie Kloss on the other hand, well, only art can purity lust because poetry should generally lack lust, except when it portrays characters. Art on one level should be above lust, and yet because it is human, is should contain what is human. Thus does Chaucer give us a bawdy Wife of Bath and Shakespeare both the innuendo and the lady beyond reproach, who in the Platonic mind is above lust. This sort of thought has left us once we got rid of teaching the liberal arts. Dante writes of his lusts and even had a suggestive little poem about he an a couple friends in a boat with some ladies. He writes of how he lusted and Beatrice purified his lust by her goodness, representing Christ and all that is good and beautiful. That is why we see heaven and hell. so much nonsense gets put out today. Seriously here is a great video to watch if you have time:

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x1euvbw_bbc-why-beauty-matters-full-version-bbc-roger-scruton_tech
tl;dr

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« Reply #1447 on: September 13, 2014, 09:53:46 PM »

lol, it means too long; didn't read.  Tongue
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« Reply #1448 on: September 16, 2014, 02:32:19 PM »

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Aristotle says in the Metaphysics that "in mathematics goodness does not exist." It is a rather great quote to show to any math teacher when they tell you how important math is. Give them a riddle: I am not tall, I am not short, nor big nor take up any space but simply am. I have no name but I am.
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« Reply #1450 on: Yesterday at 10:43:48 PM »

Makes me want to watch on of the Beethoven movies. Have the first and second on DVR
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Aristotle says in the Metaphysics that "in mathematics goodness does not exist." It is a rather great quote to show to any math teacher when they tell you how important math is. Give them a riddle: I am not tall, I am not short, nor big nor take up any space but simply am. I have no name but I am.
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