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... preserved in jars - in fact anything floating in yellow fluid in jars ... One of best sections is the body and its relationship/ importance to Grimm's fairy tales, including one tale of 3 surgeons who boasted they could remove and re-attach parts of their own bodies : one hand, one heart ,one eye - they did so overnight & found it impossible so they cheated with a thief's hand, a pig's heart and cat's eyes but then unfortunately they take on the characteristics of the ...
... touristy stuff.
Woke up to absolutely terrible weather. It was warm and muggy but pouring with rain. After about two minutes of walking and getting saturated I found a Rite-Aid and bought an umbrella but the rain was coming in sideways so it didn't help much. I met Tina and her mate Lindsay at the Reading Terminal Market so we could get breakfast and see Amish people. We saw an Amish guy wearing crocs, kinda ruined the novelty for me. There was a ton of ...
... much much MUCH better. The fact that I got to see both these bands on the same night still blows my mind as that would never happen in Australia, and if it did, it would cost ALOT more than I paid for it.
The Arctic Monkeys were awesome. Alex Turner's accent is so damn cool. I was a little worried the American crowd would not be into them as the band is not that popular there, but the Philly crowd got it which made me happy. I ...
... poems as lyrics (which you can hear upon request). They had some Japanese translations of Poe, but no Korean or Hungarian. We'll have to bring some next time!
Visiting my "phriends" has been wonderful, as always. I wish I could be here more often to share the yoke of dissertation writing with my classmates! Someday we will all be free... Baby # 2, whom I visited last night, was absolutely adorable and has a sweet, calm disposition. Congrats to the happy parents!
... out to Valley Forge opened a new world for us. This is where George Washington fought the British for their independence, so we took the time to drive around the National Park set aside to capture the actual 3500 acres of battle territory. Dwellings, mounds, old guns have all been left as reminders of stories and battles on this land.
Recently a wonderful monument and flag has been resurrected, holding pride of place on ...