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LenHazell53 comments on Sep 14, 2021:
articles is behind a pay wall try this link instead
Anemoia is a word coined by The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows, which means: nostalgia for a time ...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 14, 2021:
A core tenant of fascism, to instill a nostalgic longing for a national "golden era" that never actually existed. A prime example being the "wild west" era as depicted in "Weste'n" movies of the USA "When men were men, women were grateful and sheep were nervous"
I must find more about Osho.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 14, 2021:
The world's greatest holocaust movie that you probably never heard of or saw was made 20 years ago.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 13, 2021:
Sounds about the same level of good taste as Jerry Lewis's epic "The Day the Clown Cried" a 1972 film about a Jewish clown who acted as a Judas goat to have children in the concentration camps follow him in to the gas chambers. The film was supressed for many years but has since 2015 been available to watch in an edited form at the library of congress. However from 2024 the complete film will be available to view, after a protracted copy right case was finally resolved.
Absolute hypocrisy?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 13, 2021:
Ah yes general Pinochet, Lovable terrorist, war criminal, genocidal maniac He who to the eternal shame of all English people was given safe harbour in the UK by the late and unlamented turd in knickers Margaret Thatcher, who described him as "A hero of democracy" and "A dear old friend and Ally" and had her own doctor certify him as unfit to stand trial in Spain for crimes against humanity, before she smuggled him out of the country back to Chile where he miraculously recovered from vascular dementia. Until that is until 2002 when he was due to stand trial again for instigating and ordering the deaths of 75 political opponents in the so called "Caravan of Death" atrocity. On 25 November 2006 his 91st birthday, having again undergone yet another miraculous recovery from terminal vascular dementia Augusto José Ramón Pinochet Ugarte, emeritus general and emeritus Senator, Issued a statement declaring how proud he was of ALL he had done, how he regretted nothing and how grateful Chile should be to him for all of his atrocities. He was immediately placed under house arrest again. However on the morning of 10 December 2006 suffered an expected heart attack and had all charges quashed on compassionate grounds by the Chilean government, a pardon issued and his arrest lifted. He died later that day in a military hospital with his whole family in attendance. He was not granted a state funeral (an honor normally bestowed upon past presidents of Chile) but was buried with full military honours in a funeral for their former commander-in-chief by the Army. He was granted last rites by the Catholic church and a religious presence at his funeral, and his cremated remains we taken away to a secret location. Burial was denied him because of threats of vandalism to any tomb or grave from all over the world.
Purloined from the Australian fbuck page of a women's group called "Destroy the Joint".
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 12, 2021:
I worked in the passive fire protection side of construction for many years, as an office manager. I eventually came to the conclusion that many (by no means all) of the people working in construction only do so because they are to stupid not to. The push to cut costs and actual time working by the employers in order to keep estimates down lead to dreadful working conditions, low pay, corner cutting, ludicrous health and safety violations and a reliance on sub par workers who will put up with slave like treatment just to pocket a few extra quid dodgey bonus money. One guy almost lost an eye thanks to not wearing double glazed safety googles when a drill bit snapped off and and went straight through the cheap replacements he had bought himself from poundland, having lost his company issue goggles and being afraid to admit it and have to pay the £15 replacement cost. Another occasion saw me having to call the police to remove from site a sprayer turn up for work on Monday morning having been taken off site in an ambulance on Friday because he suffered a severe stroke. He had discharged himself from hospital claiming he could not afford to lose a days pay, even though he was crippled all down one side and and had used a crutch to operate the brake of his car to get to site. In order to go on to site myself I had to complete a CSCS course (Construction Skills Certification scheme) in on site health and safety and appropriate behavior. I assumed the course would be detailed and explanatory. It basically amount to a list of things not to do unless you want to die a horrible and gruesome death. One question I particularly recall was to do with what to do if working a height was impossible because of a delay in the arrival of a cherry picker. The options were A)Wait until it arrives B) Have some one lift you up on the prongs of a fork lift C) pull up a van close to the work area and stand on the roof Amazingly some people got it wrong, however since the pass mark is only 45% this did not really matter that much I suppose. When I scored 100% because I knew not to drink petrol or pain thinners (another question) the administrator call me a clever dick and asked me "what the fuck I was doing there." I had one woman work for us on one occasion, as a sprayer. She left after a week claiming "being around so many arseholes is melting my brain." her name was Pam and the last I heard was she was managing a delivery depot in Middlesbrough. I never saw a women's convenience on site other than in the office because it was according to one project manager I met "Too fucking posh." to have more than one.
'9/11 didn’t end on 9/11': attorney says his clients are still dying 20 years later
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 12, 2021:
It is a matter of record that had the two towers not come down on Sept 11th 2001 they would have had to have been closed shortly thereafter anyway as they where riddled with massive ( millions of tons) amounts of asbestos used in their original construction, the use of which was about to become completely illegal in building used as places of employment in the federal United States. The cost of replacing the the asbestos in the towers was estimated to run in to tens of billions of dollars, and like wise the cost of demolishing the towers safely with that much toxic material in them would have been equally expensive. The plan therefore was to simply abandon them and leave than as concrete sealed monuments, from 2005 onward. When the towers did come down clouds of asbestos flooded the surrounding areas causing massive outbreaks of asbestoses. A second toxic dust cloud was sent up weeks later during the clean up operation, and again intermittently over the following decade, as ground zero was cleared. This is not conspiracy theory, there is no assignment of blame or accusations of cover ups, these are simple verifiable (but largely ignored) facts.
Hate to post this apparently truism especially considering the source.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 11, 2021:
Unless you are so stupid you think it is all going really well ;)
Nice picture
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 11, 2021:
Are you sure he is smiling? Looks more like his master just told him they are going on holiday to Korea
Bullying probe recommends Bishop Anne Dyer should leave role []
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 11, 2021:
The last time some one in the Anglican community said of a bishop "Will no one rid me of this turbulent priest?" It did not end well.
Awwww, now the poor wittle antivaxers and their imbecile supporters on Fox and even on CNN (Jake ...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 11, 2021:
Those who demand the "Freedom" not to wear masks and not be vaccinated use the same arguments as those who opposed the second hand smoke laws, the seat belt laws and those for crash helmets, OUR BODIES OUR CHOICE and yet object wildly when those advocating for abortion rights, say the same thing. Perhaps the smartest thing to do would be to extend this argument to ALL crime, close down the prisons and allow free reign to the murders, rapists, thieves etc ON THE SOLE CONDITION THAT they may only practice their "god given freedom of action" upon ONLY those who supported the same?
The further I move away from god, the more free I am of satan. Irony
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 11, 2021:
Nah, I don't believe in either of them.
How do you like this then?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 11, 2021:
Quite right too
Exclave noun a portion of a country geographically separated from the main part by ...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 11, 2021:
Since the cold war it is more common to use the Russian term Oblast for political exclaves
Exclave noun a portion of a country geographically separated from the main part by ...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 11, 2021:
Such as Northern Ireland, being a part of the UK, but having borders only with the Irish sea and the Republic of Ireland.
California QAnon follower indicted on charges of killing his 2 kids with speargun in Mexico
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 11, 2021:
This is very reminiscent of the Stephen King horror short story "Suffer the Little Children" about a third grade teacher who becomes convinced certain members of her class are not fully human and are in point of fact hybrid aliens. Things do not end well. This kind of irrational fanatical paranoia seems to be a hold over in the US psyche from the "Reds under the bed" McCarthite indoctrination of the 1950s
David Bowie. - Starman 1972. []
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 10, 2021:
A truly unique and original talent
An Australian woman's opinion of Australia?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 10, 2021:
There is no such thing as a free country. Each country tolerates certain cultural freedoms concomitant with tradition and expediency for as long as it is expedient to do so, when it is no longer expedient "freedom to" is transposed with the need for "freedom from" until a new status quo is established. Most freedoms are allowed in order to facilitate fear in the general populous, division in the political system and the desire in the people to be oppressed for their own perceived good. *Oppression by common consent* has been the accepted tool of the right since the end of WW2, you don't need a totalitarian government if you can persuade the electorate TO demand and vote for laws against their own interests. "Woke" society is the latest example of this, when every thing you say can be made to seem offensive, the only freedom left to you is the right to remain silent (and even exercising that right is a bit suspect, because who knows what you are NOT saying).
Howard Stern slams anti-vaxxers, radio hosts who died from COVID-19
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 10, 2021:
Howard Stern talking sense? Isn't that one of the first signs of the apocalypse?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 9, 2021:
Neither, but then according to tradition I'm not actually Jewish at all, only descended from a Jewish great grandfather.
Yihaw baby... let em ride!
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 9, 2021:
It is? Damn I knew I was missing out on some of the perks.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 9, 2021:
Ow my brain hurts๐Ÿ™‰๐Ÿ™‰๐Ÿ™‰๐Ÿ™‰๐Ÿ™‰๐Ÿ™‰
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 9, 2021:
Mr. Patriot, and Son: Isn't this what we would normally expect of a former president?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 8, 2021:
What a couple of freaks
An em-bear-assing story
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 8, 2021:
There by hangs a tale I suspect.
Read what an American reporter thinks of Australia today and published in RT.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 8, 2021:
OH dear Robert Bridge is the master of the false analogy is he not? Kesey’s ‘One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest’ is obviously well beyond him for a start. Unlike those who have read and actually understood the book, not just quote mined it as Mr Bridges has done while for the most part relying on his knowledge of the film, he would know the metaphor does not stand up in the context he is using it. The book is told from the POV of a mentally deranged man "Chief" Bromden, in whose mind, the complete sociopath McMurphy, is some kind of messianic saviour. When Nurse Ratched as the Chief sees it, "Tortures" the patients, she is actually protecting and caring for them. Trapped in an under funded, short staffed Hell Hole of an institution she alone is doing her best. She is the only one who does care and is the only one who actually not only believes but also can diagnose that Randall is NOT faking it, that he is insane. She knows he is a danger to himself and others and is protecting him, a kindness he repays by assaulting her sexually and trying to kill her. She knows were Randall to be sent back to prison he would be dead in a week, and that he must be controlled for his own good. Unfortunately, while she is away recovering her "superiors" lobotomise Randall as a punishment, driving the Chief to escape and run riot. Like wise the forcible administration of drugs to a certified mental incompetent and dangerous psychopath for his and the protection of others sake, is in no way comparable to mandatory vaccination of ordinary people, who should have the mental competence and social responsibility to in fact demand that they be vaccinated en mass for the good of all. As Nurse Ratched so rightly says, if adults will not behave like adults, then there is no choice but to treat them like children, and protect them and others from their imbecilic behaviour, for the greater good.
Cathartic adjective of or relating to the purging of the emotions or relieving of emotional ...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 8, 2021:
When I was at university there was a trend for talking about "textual Catharsis" projecting your emotions on to your close reading of the text in order to purge them from yourself. It got so bad among the structuralists, postmodernist and deconstructivist that one of our lecturers in print journalism (an Australian chap named Phil Elliot) announced before assigning a project that if the word catharsis appeared in any essay by anyone during the entire term he was going to stick the collected works of Jacques Derrida up into an area of the perpetrator "where the sun don't shine".
“What history teaches us is that neither nations or governments learn anything from it” ...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 8, 2021:
Never trust an historian they live by the idea that If I say I flew and you say you saw me fly, then I flew. It never occurs to them historians might lie.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 8, 2021:
And when you believe in Superman you don't need a police force either.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 8, 2021:
An archaic version of the modern stage and script direction B'whaha meaning a devilish of villainous laugh
OH-Sen: Retired Lt. Colonel Vindman Tells Mandel (R) To "Sit Down and Shut Up" Over Afghan Refugees
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 6, 2021:
Isn't this the same guy Trump wanted to fire because his ancestors were immigrants from the Ukraine
Keep with @HippieChick58 's word that starts with 'ob', this is one of my favorites.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 6, 2021:
obnubilate 1. To darken or obscure with clouds; becloud 2. To cause to be unable to think clearly; confuse 3. To make hard to understand or follow; obscure
You too can learn to laugh? Amazon's woke Cinderella?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 6, 2021:
Mr McCaffrey's review is filled with fear, so much so that you can practically smell him shitting his pants as he hunches over his tripe writer screaming to keep the nasty wimmins away from his withered scrote sack. I saw the "Cinderella" remake yesterday, my (lesbian, married) niece asked to watch it with her wife while visiting. It's okay, not good, not bad, bright and colourful, little kids will love it. All that is different from any other version of Cinders that I have seen on stage, screen or TV is that the prince does not want to be king he just wants to be free to marry someone he loves rather than be ordered to marry for political expedience (How toxic is that shock horror, oh hang on isn't that from teh original story?). Cinderella herself wants to be allowed to prove herself capable rather than just to be married off for a dowry or used as a slave (Again isn't that from the original story too?). So the happy ever after is different from the usual one in that she saves him rather than the other way around. Very Buffy the vampire slayer. The whole film is stolen by Maddie Baillio as Malvolia and Charlotte Spencer as Narissa the step sisters who are genuinely funny and act as the comic relief throughout in parts obviously meant to be a knock off Kirsten Wigg and Mellissa McCarthy who would have stunk up the screen unlike these two ladies who shine.
Two cowboys get stranded when their horses run off.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 5, 2021:
Scammer laying it on thick "Hello pretty angel! I must say you are looking so adorable through ...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 5, 2021:
This is the male equivalent of "Hey Tommy, me luv you wrong time, 1 dorra, yes?" and just about as appealing
As it would’ve been Freddie Mercury’s 75th birthday today, I felt I should post something to ...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 5, 2021:
๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ขโ˜น Still sadly missed
Best argument for a vaccine mandate
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 5, 2021:
The alternate was to do as they did in WW1 Drive a herd of sheep across the mine field back and forth until all the danger has gone, because no matter how many of their compatriots they see die, the sheep will still not see the danger they are in
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 5, 2021:
Oddly virago is a Latin term that means "thanks to man" in the sense of a respectful impersonation vir=man ago=thanked Later of course it became derogatory, assigning "inappropriate" male traits to a woman, such as being an arsehole, being bad tempered and a bully. All traits that apparently are not only acceptable but admirable in the male, for some "odd" reason.
What a good idea? Bette Middler advocates women withhold sex.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 5, 2021:
The Lysistrata persuasion method, an historically precedented method.
Connubial adjective of marriage or wedlock; matrimonial; conjugal.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 5, 2021:
Also the root of the slang term canoodling/conoodling meaning heavy petting, kissing and cuddling among unmarried people.
In response to a comment elsewhere & in memory of a comedian who loved to mock Catholicism "Dave ...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 5, 2021:
One of the finest comedian ever to grace the TV
Couldn't agree more.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 4, 2021:
True dat
A lot of women (and their boyfriends or husbands) are posting their photos in the No Bra group on ...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 3, 2021:
Yet men's nipples, which are exactly the same are okay. Sexual mores are strangely gender specific
What does the bible say about "rights"?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 3, 2021:
THe bible says specifically that women only have the "Duty" to remain silent and obey their husbands, and men have he duty to fear and obey god. No rights as such at all.
Pretty Eliza Liz
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 3, 2021:
And one second later she got her heel caught in her handbag strap and went arse over elbow down the stairway?
I'm outa here!
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 3, 2021:
Got his towel and his copy of the HHGTTG, all set to go Arthur Dent.
Newly released by the channel many hates for challenging their cognitive dissonance:
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 3, 2021:
Yup True not just of Russia and America, but any and all nations that use nationalism as a front for capitalist expansionism. Laws exist only for control and ordering of the lessers by their "betters" who are by their very nature exempt from the need for law and control.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 3, 2021:
French slang term for a hoaxer, fraudster or trickster also the root of the English expression via Normandy French a Quack meaning the same thing.
Cute young ladies can come in a variety of sizes.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 2, 2021:
Her name apparently is Juliëtte Sophie van der Weerd, she is a dutch model, this photo dates from October 2017. She just under 8ft tall in heels Here is a more recent photo
What are your thoughts on a Perpetual Motion Machine (P.M.M) functioning?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 2, 2021:
It is not possible, the nearest we could, hypothetically, get to it is somehow tapping the actual motion of the universe, but even then it would not be perpetual, it would slow and decrease with the motion of the universe and eventually stop.
If u take enough Ivermectin it kills covid-19, cancer, colds, flus and stupidity.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 2, 2021:
Yup death is the most effective universal panacea of all.
What do you like to read? With that, if you wanted to write such, what would you do differently?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 2, 2021:
My reading tastes are pretty eclectic. My favourite fiction authors are Graham Masterton, Richard Matheson, Arthur Conan Doyle, HG Wells, Marie Corelli, Agatha Christie and Tom Sharpe. I also enjoy Japanese light novels and manga my favourites being Hiroya Oku, Tsugumi Ohba, Yana Toboso and Nico Tanigawa I read none fiction for fun, mostly history, anthropology and mythology. When I write I mainly write horror, comedy and science fiction.
Hiya! It's been a long time since I do asking questions ๐Ÿ˜… and my question is.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 2, 2021:
I've seen it mentioned in Japanese movies and TV, unfortunately I am very allergic to coffee so will never be able to try it.
Now Texsucks women will have to go to other states to have an abortion, thanks to the republicans in...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 2, 2021:
Texas bravely marching backward in to the 14th century since 1836
Tru dat. ๐Ÿ˜…
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 2, 2021:
This why I have always rented. Owning a house is liability not an investment asset.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 2, 2021:
Your post brought back this memory from my childhood
Have you put your happiness beyond your cognitive horizon?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 2, 2021:
There is no such thing as happy, there are just occasional moments of ascension in to realms of lesser misery :(
Alma Mater noun a school, college, or university at which one has studied and, usually, from...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 2, 2021:
Literally translates from Latin Nourishing Mother Originally a Roman Catholic terms for the Madonna and for mother church, later adopted by Universities
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 2, 2021:
As in the moto of the Freemasons Veni Vidi Taci (some times spelled Tace) ***Listen, Observe, Remain Silent***
A nice overview of The Shroud of Turin.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 1, 2021:
I cannot recommend highly enough Turin Shroud: How Leonardo Da Vinci Fooled History by my facebook friend Lynn Picknett and her co author Clive Prince. Though I do not agree with the entire premise their experiments in to how the shroud was faked using a camera obscura and light sensitive chemicals and the history surrounding why, is fascinating.
Any of your "friends" or coworkers, etc try to say the bibly says no masks, ask them to point out a ...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 1, 2021:
Well the Babble does not mention masks, but then it does not mention trousers, televisions, howler monkies, DC10s or Tofu either. So according to their logic all these things must be forbidden by gawd too.
Lauren Boebert’s Husband Did Time for Lewd Exposure That She Witnessed Salon.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 1, 2021:
Perhaps he thought he was just exercising his constitutional right Bare his Weapon in public? Or perhaps there is a need to call his (phonetic) name sake's wife Lorena Bobbitt?
Help I'm being controlled by my fat shepherd.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 1, 2021:
I had this problem with one of my Staffies, she would begin to bark at 3.00 pm every day to be taken for a walk. I figured that she was hearing the bell ring in the local close by primary school to signal the end of the school day. However when visiting my father who lives out in the middle of nowhere, she still began barking at 3 on the dot. What was more unnerving was that, even when the clocks changed for BST or GMT she still barked at three by the clock. So either she could actually tell time by the clock, or was picking up on some unconscious reaction from me. My current dog, a Shar-Pei, is also practically autistic and gets very angry if her precise routine is not adhered to, going off to sulk in corners and grumble to herself until things are back on schedule.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 1, 2021:
Though Stultus can be translated as "foolish" it's literal translation is "unmoving, obstinate, stubborn" Therefore Stultify = Stultus (obstinate) and -ify from Latin -ficare to make a facsimile of. Therefore Stultify to behave in the manner of an obstinate or stubborn one Hence To be not open to reason
Gorgonize verb (used with object) hypnotize; petrify.
LenHazell53 comments on Aug 31, 2021:
The word Gorgon, or gorgo simply means "of grim, fierce or terrible aspect" Only three such creatures were only ever created by the gods Medusa, Stheno & Euryale. In the myth of Perseus so grim was the gaze of Medusa the last of the three "Gorgones" she could turn a man to stone with fear allowing her to kill him while he stood frozen. Perseus was able to slay her by turning his back and watching her approach in the fogged back of his shield, before covering his eyes with his helmet, turning and striking her down.
July 10 · Did you know that “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” was written, not about the mythical...
LenHazell53 comments on Aug 31, 2021:
This myth has only gained credence since the version by Israel Kamakawiwoสปole, who substantially altered the lyrics. The original version of the lyrics was commissioned from Harburg and, like all the other songs, were based on dialog from the script and the book by L. Frank Baum who was an atheist. Harburg and Arlen wrote all of the other songs in the film however they were not a song writing team. Harold Arlen was a very prolific composer who worked in Holywood right up until his death in 1986, Harburg wrote the original songs for the film but had them roundly rejected as being too poor, his lyrics however made it in to the film but for many years were uncredited. The two men did not know each other and only met at the premier in 1939.
Check out Lena Mu
LenHazell53 comments on Aug 31, 2021:
The land of Mu (AKA Lemuria) is the Pacific Ocean's version of the legend of Atlantis. An advanced society of people who headed a great empire, who displeased the gods and as a punishment their island was sunk in to the sea.
Brian Dalton... []
LenHazell53 comments on Aug 31, 2021:
AH...yes, erm but you see...erm "a skin of blackness" does not mean "a blackness of the skin", see it ACTUALLY means an, erm well sort of a "air of darkness" around them. It means "good" people could sense evil from them, AND...and "white and delightsome" does not mean white skin, it means erm "Spiritual purity" right? So banning black people from the priesthood until 1978, was nothing to do with this, it was just that black people erm "were not ready" for the priesthood YET, but now they are and the declaration in 78 confirmed that and had nothing to do with the federal government threatening to withdraw the church's tax except status if they did not stop denying it. See all perfectly clear and innocent and NOT racist in the least little bit, when you think about it!
Wanna mingle? I like meeting new people
LenHazell53 comments on Aug 31, 2021:
Making that gesture won't make you any friends in the UK, it is the British equivalent of flipping the bird
House Spouse English beats up other languages in dark alleys, and then rifles through their ...
LenHazell53 comments on Aug 31, 2021:
It annoys me when people insist on gender neutralizing English, when it it is one of the most gender neutral languages in the world. Most Indo-European language randomly assign genders to everything, regardless of their actual sex (eg. all cats female, all dogs male, a pen female, a bicycle male) almost never using neutral pronouns such as "it" only to plural pronouns them, they, we etc.
Nostrum noun a pet scheme or remedy, especially for social or political ills; panacea.
LenHazell53 comments on Aug 31, 2021:
Literally Latin for "our" The word gained esoteric significance from the "mystery religion and ideologies" and the alchemical guilds of the middle ages which relied on the Latin "nostrum occultus" our hidden secrets.
Farron Balanced - Lauren Boebert's Financial Scandal Raises Even More Red Flags []
LenHazell53 comments on Aug 30, 2021:
OH dear, how sad, too bad, never mind
WTF? One, For Today: []
LenHazell53 comments on Aug 30, 2021:
Lucky him (sarcasm) From the RX US drug catalogue Ivermectin is a prescription medicine used to treat the symptoms of certain parasite infections (Strongyloidiasis of the Intestinal Tract and River Blindess (Onchocerciasis)). Ivermectin may be used alone or with other medications. Ivermectin belongs to a class of drugs called Anthelmintics. The most common side effects of Ivermectin include: Headache, Muscle Aches, Dizziness, Nausea, Diarrhoea Mild Skin Rash Eye Pain Or Redness, Puffy Eyes, Problems With Your Vision, Severe Skin Rash, Itching, Rash With Pus, Confusion, **Change In Your Mental Status,** Balance Problems, Trouble Walking, Fever, Swollen Glands, Stomach Pain, Joint Pain, Swelling in Your Hands or Feet, Fast Heart Rate, Trouble Breathing, Loss of Bladder Or Bowel Control, Neck or Back Pain, Seizures Light-Headedness **Get medical help right away, if you have any of the symptoms listed above.**
I totally agree….
LenHazell53 comments on Aug 30, 2021:
Among the standard tropes employed by Fascists when establishing a power base is to appeal to a return to mythical glorious golden age of the nations past, to provide a symbol for people to rally to and to claim the favour and allegiance of a god or gods with the nation, because of some idea that the people of said country are more worthy than those of other, *lesser* races. By these standards the US is already well on its way to being fascist in all but name.
Catholic Bishop: Vaccines Mandates Could Lead to the “Time of the Apocalypse” | Hemant Mehta | ...
LenHazell53 comments on Aug 30, 2021:
I never knew that, Alex Jones has taken holy orders?
It really chaps me when I realize how much more my health insurance is going to cost next year ...
LenHazell53 comments on Aug 29, 2021:
Well that's the US for you, richest country in the world and the only one without some form of national health system. A country that cares about its own citizens so much they can fuck off and die if they cannot afford the price of an antibiotic, insulin or treatment for a gun shot wound. And yet still does not realise it's "Great" health care system is the laughing stock of the world, especially when Billie Bob and Bubba Joe can be persuaded to turn out and protest against their own best interests, while hacking up bile because of the cough they have had for twenty years and cannot afford to get fixed.
LenHazell53 comments on Aug 29, 2021:
"A Lyttell Gest of Robyn Hode" is an English folk ballad, the oldest known copy of which dates from 1450, but tells of a "Brave Yoman" who lived in the time of King Edward, probably Edward II who had in 1324 a "valet de chambre" with the name of Robin Hood. Pitting Robin Hood against wicked usurper King John Lackland first appeared in the 16th century when the Lincoln weaving company based in the midlands of England released an advertising ballad called "The adventure of Robyn Hood" to sell their new product Lincoln Graine a new shade of red. This fashionable cloth replaced their previous Best seller Will (meaning a poet) Scarlett, Who also appears in the song along with Alan-a-Dale their fictitious spokes person and the maid Marion a clumsy religious metaphor. In later times Friar Tuk, Much the Miller's son and John Little other folk heroes were added to the myth to form the band of Merry Men. The real Robyn of Loxley (a village just outside of Sheffield) was Robert Fitztooth or Fitzooth (Child of God's own Truth), illegitimate son of Earl of Huntingdon. This Robyn fought in the Crusades gaining fame for his prowess with a sword and bloodthirsty appetite for killing Saracens. He is first identified with Robin Hood in the 1880's when the East Coast Sea Side town of Baytown changed it's name to Robin Hood's Bay in order to attract tourists. This they did by claiming Robin Hood while visiting Whitby abbey saved Baytown from marauding Pirates and had them rename the place in his honour. A deception which drew to the town Bram Stoker who was inspired by said Whitby Abbey to write Dracula and have the Vampire count live there. Sean Connery's appearance as Richard 1 in Prince of thieves is a call back to Connery's Role as the aged Robin Hood in "Robin and Marion" 1976
Memoriter adverb by heart; by memory.
LenHazell53 comments on Aug 29, 2021:
A synonym for Recitator one who recites from memory. Taken directly from Latin memoria "memory" With the suffix -ter (or -tor loaned from Latin teros) one who does, uses or performs the preceding noun
LenHazell53 comments on Aug 28, 2021:
Free means you have rights and responsibilities It does not mean you can choose to exercise the former and choose reject the latter if it feels like a bother. Free mean you are free to and must be free from, to the point when your right to have freedom too infringes my my right to have freedom from. This is where that much maligned and almost forgotten thing comes in to play MUTUAL RESPECT
Just seen in an Australian Aboriginal group on fbuk a complaint about Whites stealing a black ...
LenHazell53 comments on Aug 28, 2021:
Comparing one atrocity to another in order to try and claim a spurious moral high ground undermines the seriousness of both tragedies and the evil done in the name of society. Inhumanity is not a competitive sport. Victim hood is not a competition. Anyone who thinks it is, can only be described as a sick fuck! These children, white,black or sky blue pink with yellow dots on, were victims, their parents were victims and the consequences ripple through time as a testament to the failure of people to be civilised, humane or even worthy of the epithets human being. They need to grow up, team up and make sure this never happens again TO ANYONE!
We keep trying to put band-aids on societal issues that require tourniquets.
LenHazell53 comments on Aug 28, 2021:
This is very one sided. Service industries are there to provide a service, one that is paid for, often by other service employees who themselves have had to put up with toxic customers and have done so. Now entitled behaviour and bullying is NEVER acceptable from anyone, and the answer is simple, if you are getting bad service at one place, go somewhere else. If a customer is misbehaving send them somewhere else. Don't argue with an idiot, don't engage with a bully. I worked for 5 years in customer services in the then Inland revenue (HMRC now) Dealing face to face with hundreds of people every day, all of who where angry and felt they had been wronged. The colleague who trained me and who I eventually took over from, was a large, combative very rude and angry woman who got in to a dozen fights a day and called security on half those occasions. She only kept her position because no one else would do it, except me apparently. By the time I took over full time security were ringing me to ask if we were actually open, since in five years I only found it necessary to have called them three time. (Once memorably when a man came in to the inquiry office with a fourteen pound sledge hammer and began dismantling the place.) Most situations can be dealt with by simply knowing your job, product knowledge, empathy (Not sympathy) and not rising to combat anger with anger. An obnoxious customer has come looking for a fight, if they don't get what they came looking for they will either leave or allow you to actually help with the root cause of the problem. The old adage applies and works very well "The customer is always right, even when he is completely off his trolley."
Cruciverbalist noun a designer or aficionado of crossword puzzles.
LenHazell53 comments on Aug 28, 2021:
New to me :)
It's absolutely impossible for me to understand the reason behind this.
LenHazell53 comments on Aug 28, 2021:
Sheeple go where they are lead, even in to the slaughterhouse.
LenHazell53 comments on Aug 28, 2021:
Historian Sarah Rutherford in her seminal work "The Victorian Asylum" spends a chapter talking about "The Nuthatch Asylum" in Bodmin Cormwall. (A Nuthatch is a wading marsh bird common in the marsh areas of Devon and Cornwall) A progressive establishment run by a Quaker order, it was perhaps the most humane asylum for the mentally ill in England in the Victorian era. One of their more prestigious patients was Sir William Gull the Queens own physician, who embarrassingly went mad is buried their anonymously in a grave marked "A. Mason" The Doctor who ran the Nuthatch was a Dutch quaker (whose name escapes me for the moment) a follower of the methods for humane treatment of the mentally ill pioneered by William Tuke who pronounced the name of the old converted manor in his European accent as der Nert Hooch. In time staff and locals came to refer to patients as Nert's or Nutters and to Nuthatch itself as the Nuthouse and the Booby Hatch (A booby is a marsh dwelling bird the whoops and howls at night) During world war 2 American Troops were billeted in the reopened "Nert House" and were soon dubbed with the nick name Nerts which many of them pronounced "nerds" meaning crazy people. By this means the word made it back to America where it was heard and used by American Army cartoonist and propagandist Ted Geisel, who in 1950 used the word as a nonsense word in his children's book "If I Ran the Zoo" under his pen name Doctor Suess.
Today I found out the condition shared by my overly talkative friends. It is called logorrhea.
LenHazell53 comments on Aug 28, 2021:
I prefer the old term "verbal diarrhea"
Blackwater Founder Erik Prince Charging $6,500 for Seat on Flight Out of Kabul
LenHazell53 comments on Aug 28, 2021:
Well named is the Prince of Turds
Xanadu noun a place of great beauty, luxury, and contentment.
LenHazell53 comments on Aug 28, 2021:
Kubla Khan BY SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE Or, a vision in a dream. A Fragment. In Xanadu did Kubla Khan A stately pleasure-dome decree: Where Alph, the sacred river, ran Through caverns measureless to man Down to a sunless sea. So twice five miles of fertile ground With walls and towers were girdled round; And there were gardens bright with sinuous rills, Where blossomed many an incense-bearing tree; And here were forests ancient as the hills, Enfolding sunny spots of greenery. But oh! that deep romantic chasm which slanted Down the green hill athwart a cedarn cover! A savage place! as holy and enchanted As e’er beneath a waning moon was haunted By woman wailing for her demon-lover! And from this chasm, with ceaseless turmoil seething, As if this earth in fast thick pants were breathing, A mighty fountain momently was forced: Amid whose swift half-intermitted burst Huge fragments vaulted like rebounding hail, Or chaffy grain beneath the thresher’s flail: And mid these dancing rocks at once and ever It flung up momently the sacred river. Five miles meandering with a mazy motion Through wood and dale the sacred river ran, Then reached the caverns measureless to man, And sank in tumult to a lifeless ocean; And ’mid this tumult Kubla heard from far Ancestral voices prophesying war! The shadow of the dome of pleasure Floated midway on the waves; Where was heard the mingled measure From the fountain and the caves. It was a miracle of rare device, A sunny pleasure-dome with caves of ice! A damsel with a dulcimer In a vision once I saw: It was an Abyssinian maid And on her dulcimer she played, Singing of Mount Abora. Could I revive within me Her symphony and song, To such a deep delight ’twould win me, That with music loud and long, I would build that dome in air, That sunny dome! those caves of ice! And all who heard should see them there, And all should cry, Beware! Beware! His flashing eyes, his floating hair! Weave a circle round him thrice, And close your eyes with holy dread For he on honey-dew hath fed, And drunk the milk of Paradise. Coleridge Had intended it to be an epic poem, written in the throws of a laudanum trip. However he was interrupted by a "man from Porlock" (a near by village) who insisted on engaging Coleridge at length about trivialities. By the time Coleridge had closed the door on the busy body the rest of the poem had been lost to the midst of his drug addled brain forever. Douglas Adams used this incident as a center piece for his novel "The Dirk Gently Holistic Detective Agency"
Happy Thursday all
LenHazell53 comments on Aug 26, 2021:
A Katie Perry fake doctored from this photo
Vatican 'on edge' as Grindr data threatens to out priests
LenHazell53 comments on Aug 26, 2021:
as you sow, so shall you reap
“Quality means doing it right when no one is looking”…………..Henry Ford.
LenHazell53 comments on Aug 25, 2021:
An ironic shame that the racist, slave driving, Anti-Semitic, ultra capitalist, Nazi son-of-a-bitch could not practice what he preached.
Mishpocha noun an entire family network comprising relatives by blood and marriage and ...
LenHazell53 comments on Aug 25, 2021:
From the Yiddish dialect, originating in the Hebrew ืžึดืฉึฐืืคึธึผื—ึธื”‎ mishpakhá, for “family”
I started a book last night about Bass Reeves the first black deputy United States Marshal.
LenHazell53 comments on Aug 25, 2021:
I wonder if Blazing Saddles was based on this guy
Kind of forgot about this but he certainly understood how to fleece the sheep
LenHazell53 comments on Aug 24, 2021:
He stole that Trick from Joseph Smith Jnr founder of the Mormon church. He told various women that if they did not submit to polygamous marriage with him then an Angel with a flaming sword would kill him and ruin the families of the potential wife, forever barring them from the celestial kingdom. He like most evangelists was a total shit
E.T., Phone Hell? Creationist Ken Ham Says Jesus Can't Save Space Aliens | HuffPost
LenHazell53 comments on Aug 24, 2021:
He is not even original about this Ray Bradbury used the idea for one of his Martian Chronicles short stories 70 odd years ago and by Philip José Farmer in his 1979 novel Jesus on Mars.
New Rule: Your Phone is Turning You into an Asshole | Real Time with Bill Maher (HBO) - YouTube
LenHazell53 comments on Aug 23, 2021:
Radio, television and telephones (real ones) came with an accepted etiquette. If a visitor came to your home, you turned off the TV and you conversed with them. Radio the same or turned down for back ground noise. If the phone rang, it was out of the main social area, in the hall or the kitchen, you spoke privately on the phone, out of the room for reasons of mutual privacy and respect. There were other unwritten rules, such as if someone wanted to speak to you, you did not ignore what they were saying and carry on watching Tom & Jerry while they spoke, you paid attention to them favouring the other person over your own personal gratification. Other than in an emergency you did not phone people after 9 o'clock at night. You did not phone your next door neighbour, you went and knocked on the door and spoke to them. If someone used the phone to sexually harass another person it was a crime. p/tSmart phones have no etiquette as to how, when or where you use them and for what purpose. They have almost become a form of ersatz personal telepathy, sharing your life with a chosen group of others, who you connect to at the expense of actual community. You ignore people who are actually there with you, other than to ask them to pay for this opt out, because real people are "Boomers" or old farts who "don't get it." Because Oh God Forbid that a child actually be asked pay their own phone bill or internet bill, by getting a P/t job, because that would be deprivation and child abuse. God Forbid a child be expected to communicate with the family that is feeding them while they sit at the same table and eat. No. rather they sit with a fork in one hand, phone in the other and play a game of candy crush with a "friend" on another continent in a corrupt form of English consisting of a form of short hand gibberish. Other, that is, than to complain to the person cooking for you, that the pizza you spent an hour making is shit, because it did not come from Dominoes and therefore is not 50% monosodium glutamate and does not taste and reek of plastic and so is not "real".
"Years ago, anthropologist Margaret Mead was asked by a student what she considered to be the first ...
LenHazell53 comments on Aug 23, 2021:
And the first sign of when a civiliastion turns in to a society, is when some one refuses to help the person with the broken leg unless they agree to pay them first.
LenHazell53 comments on Aug 23, 2021:
This to my mind, raises two questions 1 What has happed in the USA to make a significant minority of people SO insanely mistrustful of their own government. and 2 How fucking shit is the American educational system that enough people are willing to give this utter bullshit enough credence for it to have become a problem. I'm tempted to say, just let the arseholes chow down on horse wormer and fish tank bleach to their hearts content it just call it mass suicide.
Slavery with seeming impunity. No one cares they're just foreigners & unwanted refugees from Asia.
LenHazell53 comments on Aug 23, 2021:
WTF are purple carrots and where did they come from?
LenHazell53 comments on Aug 23, 2021:
Fascinating, I was completely unaware of these Thanks
LenHazell53 comments on Aug 23, 2021:
Unfortunately, Jacksie is not cockney rhyming slang. In England Fanny has never meant bottom or buttocks, it has always been a slang term for the vagina. There was an expression used in London in the late 19th century, which was a Jackie-Pardy, short for a politician/civil servant named Jack Pardoe a notorious liar, and a Jack Pardoe promise (Or Jackie Pardy) was worth "shit" as he talked out of his arse. The Modern use of the word Jacksie dates from World War 2. Robert Yaxley was a famous RAF Pilot and rear gunner, much decorated and his name Yaxley was adopted as a slang term by aircrews for being shot from the rear of the plane. Polish and Canadian Pilots however unfamiliar with the name pronounced it Jacksie (J is pronounced Y in polish) assuming it simply meant the rear of the plane. After the war, this entered common slang as back end, backside and eventually your bottom.


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