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#31
Quote:No, you're not ready. Trust me.

Whoa... I REALLY wasn't ready! Cannibalistic hippies... Does it never end??? Is this from the Manson Family Cookbook?
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#32
Avalonik Wrote:Whoa... I REALLY wasn't ready! Cannibalistic hippies... Does it never end??? Is this from the Manson Family Cookbook?

No kidding.  These ppl definitely are not amateurs. ;-)
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#33
Avalonik Wrote:
Quote:No, you're not ready. Trust me.

Whoa... I REALLY wasn't ready! Cannibalistic hippies... Does it never end??? Is this from the Manson Family Cookbook?

No, the Manson Family only ate placenta if they found it in a trashcan.
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#34
Ah, yes... far more chthonic. :)
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#35
Avalonik Wrote:Ah, yes... far more chthonic. :)

"Chthonic"! How cool of you to use that word. Have you read "Sexual Personae," by chance? That's where I first learned it; Paglia uses versions of it a thousand times (I love how she writes!).
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#36
VoxClamantis Wrote:
Avalonik Wrote:Ah, yes... far more chthonic. :)

"Chthonic"! How cool of you to use that word. Have you read "Sexual Personae," by chance? That's where I first learned it; Paglia uses versions of it a thousand times (I love how she writes!).

That is a cool word. I read it in C.G. Jung's works. My dh has several of them.
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#37
Quote:Have you read "Sexual Personae," by chance?

No, I have not. One of my old professors at Art school (an ex-protestant minister turned 'pagan' immanentist if I remember rightly) liked to throw that word around. He was always railing against Plato -the fool!

Luckily, I have little occasion to use it...
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