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March 01, 2009


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All of the above. :)

Once Freud gave Virginia Woolf a flower. It was a narcissus. People have been making much of this choice of blossom ever since. I however think that sometimes a narcissus is just a narcissus.

The failure of the League of Nations. It was really crappy when the war was over and all those women had to stop playing ball.

(u) but it was the first law of Thermodynamics, the second came later.

The day in 1932 when stamps were thrown off Jack Benny’s roof and when, according to Virginia Woolf, human nature changed into an avocado.

(s) And to think that human nature would have changed if only the chemists had created either lithium or prozac, depending on whom your consult.

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"After You've Gone"
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in the corner
of the bedroom
as I enter
in the dark

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