Shakespeare’s Plays Reordered 1590–91 Henry VI, Part II 1590–91 Henry VI, Part III 1591–92 Henry VI, Part I 1592–93 Richard III 1592–93 Comedy of Errors 1593–94 Titus Andronicus 1593–94 Taming of the Shrew 1594–95 Two Gentlemen of Verona 1594–95 Love’s Labour’s Lost 1594–95 Romeo and Juliet 1596 Edward III (1) 1595–96 Richard II 1595–96 A [...]
The symbol, it’s simple, usually three waves, like radio waves or visual indications of audio, or something. Originally, RSS was to serve up podcast files, but anymore, it’s my preferred method of reading long and short bits. The symbol may look like this. Should be on most serial websites. Anyone who pops out material with [...]
Honest Taste Test Not sure how honest the taste test really was, but the results do speak highly for that, at least socially conscoscious, corporate giant. It’s kind of a weird thing, love to hate them? Hate to love them? Each store is different, and some have seriously long-tern employees. Employee loyalty is bred by [...]
What does it mean, Born Under Mars? There’s always the Mars Retrograde material, typically I quote from As You Like It. In the big second-hand bookstore, I grabbed an image of this title. "Born Under Mars," though, has a lot more meaning to me. Mars Enters Gemini today.
Limiting you activity – “Usually when someone believes in a particular religion, his attitude becomes more and more a sharp angle pointing away from himself. In our way the point of the angle is always towards ourselves.” Zen Mind, Beginner’s Mind by Shunryu Suzuki. Weatherhill Press. NY & Tokyo, 1970, 1997. Page 75.
This would be funny, if it was the first time I’d heard it. Mentioned in 1997 – Sagittarius, I think, then Cancer, 1999, and for the time being, I can’t locate the other mention. “If Texas were to secede, what would we do with Austin?” “Build a wall around it, like the Vatican, because Austin [...]
Interesting reading about college and university experiences. Mine was different despite the bewildering array of choices. I knew what I wanted. Four-year degree. That’s what I wanted from a real College and University Very simple. Not complicated. From an early age, I was “fast-tracked” to get into a university, with my own choices leading me [...]
In a word confirmation bias, although I tend to cite Schrödinger myself.
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Looks like Austin, At the Rock Shop Again, at Nature’s Treasures, for Tuesday. astrofish.net/travel