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Archive: July, 2005
I posted this earlier a little while back on The Perfumed Garden of the Shaykh Nefwazi -but obviously you didn’t read it. So here come’s your spoon-feeding. Open the tunnel, the choo choo train is coming…
“In order that a woman may be relished by men, she must have a perfect waist…… If one looks at a woman with those qualities in front, one is fascinated; if from behind, one dies with pleasure…… She speaks and laughs rarely, and never without a reason. She never leaves the house, even to see neighbours of her acquaintance. She has no women friends, gives her confidence to nobody, and her husband is her sole reliance…… If her husband shows his intention of performing the conjugal rite, she is agreeable to his desires and occasionally even provokes them…… she is always elegantly attired, of the utmost personal propriety, and takes care not to let her husband see what might be repugnant to him.”
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“The fact that somebody like me is a sex symbol, it’s kind of good, I think, because it’s not like I’m a big muscle man or any of those things that normally are treated as sex symbols. It’s quite a good kind of thing for skinny people.”
Alan Cumming, Detour
So if all we have are bones to look at, how do the experts know dinosaurs weren’t cute and furry? They might have even had pink and purple racing stripes!
Phone snaps taken on my walk home along Brighton seafront…
This is an amazing collection of artwork depicting UFO’s through the ages! Some of the artwork represents actual sightings, others feature UFOs in a religious context.
Here are 8 of my favourites:
“These petroglyphs were created thousands of years ago by ancient Indians in the American Southwest. According to Indian folklore, two objects collided high in the sky and one crash-landed in the region of Death Valley. Some men arrived (presumably in another ship) and spent some time repairing the damaged Craft and were observed by the local Indians…”
“This cave painting is c.10,000 BC and is from Val Camonica, Italy. It appears to depict two beings in protective suits holding strange implements.” (more…)
“Africa’s history and peoples have profoundly influenced global culture and thought – and continue to do so today. America’s own past and present are strongly linked to Africa.
In this web site explore objects that attest to Africa’s striking diversity and long history. Listen as Africans talk about their lives and cultures. Discover your connections to Africa.”
There are some real gems to be found on this site. Note: the navigation runs along the bottom in case you miss it.
Using just the search bar learn how to find:
Definitions for a word or phrase, files of a particular filetype (like PDFs), pages that link to your site, pages related to your site, phonebook listings (residential or business), weather in your city, display a previously cached version of a web page and more.
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