Four Points by Sheraton Philadelphia Northeast
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... are uncomfortable with how far the sexual revolution has gone — and not knowing what to do about it, they turn for increasing consolation to mining morality out of what they eat.
So what does it finally mean to have a civilization puritanical about food, and licentious about sex? In this sense, Nietzsche’s fabled madman came not too late, but too early — too early to have seen the empirical library that would be amassed from the mid- ...
... another "authority" to take its place: "government." The escaped monkeys simply build a new cage, and eagerly jump into it, because that is all they know, and all they have ever known.
In a world without the "authority" myth, on the other hand, children could be taught to be moral instead of merely obedient. They could be taught to respect people, instead of respecting the inhuman, violent monster called "government." They could ...
What an amazing day!
We joined a small (5 total) tour group thru our KOA. They picked us up at the front office and our tour guide took us everywhere. He never stopped telling us interesting, and often little known, facts about the people and places we visited as well as several that we only got to drive by. He was unbelievable!
Our first stop was to see the Liberty Bell. We actually got to take our picture standing right in front of ...
... One that caught our attention had a series of free standing bridges. It was hard to imagine how they could get the sand packed enough to stand without support underneath. There were about 25 sculptures, each in a roped off area, so the sculptors had to work with limited space and in close proximity to others. It was quite impressive. I'm sort of embarrassed by my drip castles now!
We took the bikes back and split up to do what we ...
... pulled out the ledger from 1901 (three inches thick and about 20 inches long by 12 inches wide), the year in which Charlie D. Senior died. Flipping to 12 April 1901, we located Charles Pasquale. The right person? I think so after finding the 1900 U.S. Census, for both his home address and the hospital where he was being treated, and his death certificate. Now, I can't explain the spelling of the name or the reason why he was counted twice ...