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... living in the West today from almost all of our ancestors, over two things without which human beings cannot exist: food and sex.
The question before us today is not whether the two appetites are closely connected. About that much, philosophers and other commentators have been agreed for a very long time. As far back as Aristotle, observers have made the same point reiterated in 1749 in Henry Fielding’s famous scene in Tom Jones: The desires for sex ...
... that it is up to them, not only to do the right thing, but to figure out what "the right thing" is. As a result, they could grow up to be responsible, thinking, useful adults, members of a peaceful and productive community, instead of growing up to be little more than cattle on the farms of tyrants. - Larken Rose, The Most Dangerous Superstition
None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who ...
... boarding and were last to board! We could have missed our flight!
We told the agent at the gate that it was our anniversary trip and asked if there were better seats (we didn't fell comfortable asking someone else to move - as the other agent suggested). Sure enough, there were two bulkhead seats on Row 8 available! More leg room for our 7+ hour flight! We quickly boarded and settled in ...
... 1901. It was either 619 Fitzwater, according to the 1900 U.S. Census, or 620 Fitzwater, according to the death certificate. Jusuf even jumped out of the cab and took a few shots of me in front of the buildings. The neighborhood is now quite genteel, but the buildings do look like they might have been there in 1900. It was a very interesting experience. By the way, Charlie D. was born in July 1901, a few months after his father died of sarcoma of the ...
... of this sun. It was only a few minutes before we were allowed to enter, and were directed to stay in line. We were at the security checkpoint. One family at a time was ushered through security, which is very similar to that of an airport. I thought to myself that it was good practice for tomorrow.
After clearing security, I made my way to another line similar to the DMV. We had to wait for numbers to be called to go to a window. ...