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  • Forstraught - Everything2.com
    com Recommended Reading About Everything2 User Picks 2016 New Hampshire Democratic Primary Thomas Atkins transfinite induction September 11 2002 Not All Who Are Lost Wandered Super bowl babies Editor Picks Ailurophobia Cathy Martin and the tunnel of fire bremsstrahlung Do not go gentle into that good night Indian Recipes B New Writeups Eternal September idea by Tem42 2016 New Hampshire Democratic Primary event by Glowing Fish Super bowl babies thing

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  • Distraughted - Everything2.com
    Everything2 User Picks 2016 New Hampshire Democratic Primary Thomas Atkins transfinite induction September 11 2002 Not All Who Are Lost Wandered Super bowl babies Editor Picks Ailurophobia Cathy Martin and the tunnel of fire bremsstrahlung Do not go gentle into that good night Indian Recipes B New Writeups Eternal September idea by Tem42 2016 New Hampshire Democratic Primary event by Glowing Fish Super bowl babies thing by TheAnglican Not All

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  • Bacchus - Everything2.com
    is also identified with the old Italian god Liber I like it thing by moodster Fri Jan 05 2001 at 8 46 37 Also a comic book by Eddie Campbell published by Eddie Campbell Comics At times very funny other times tragic it is the story of the adventures of Bacchus one of the last of the greek gods yes Bacchus is a roman name but we are clearly dealing with the greek god to survive to the present day Contains a lot of mythology and features Theseus the Eyeball Kid son of Argus Hermes the Telchines three shady brothers who aspire to be the Gods of Business the sicilian mafia satyrs lots of wine and hangovers Cameo appearances by Eddie s pals Dave Sim Neil Gaiman and Alan Moore I like it definition by Webster 1913 Tue Dec 21 1999 at 22 01 16 Bac chus n L fr Gr Myth The god of wine son of Jupiter and Semele Webster 1913 I like it Dionysus Bacchanalian Aftermath of a Stellar Rave The Bacchae To Anacreon in Heaven Mythos Roman to Greek A table of Gods King of Cups Bakkhai Tactical vomit Dictionary of Classical Mythology libation The Devil s Dictionary My zen life with coffee Classical Mythology Sources Antony and Cleopatra II VII Priapus We shall be nothing a hundred years hence Liber Dithyramb Neil Gaiman Orgy King of All Cosmos John Adams s 1799 State of the Union Address Log in or register to write something here or to contact authors Sign in Login Password remember me Lost password Sign up Need help accounthelp everything2 com Recommended Reading About Everything2 User Picks 2016 New Hampshire Democratic Primary Thomas Atkins transfinite induction September 11 2002 Not All Who Are Lost Wandered Super bowl babies Editor Picks Ailurophobia Cathy

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  • bottle opener - Everything2.com
    here or to contact authors Sign in Login Password remember me Lost password Sign up Need help accounthelp everything2 com Recommended Reading About Everything2 User Picks 2016 New Hampshire Democratic Primary Thomas Atkins transfinite induction September 11 2002 Not All Who Are Lost Wandered Super bowl babies Editor Picks Ailurophobia Cathy Martin and the tunnel of fire bremsstrahlung Do not go gentle into that good night Indian Recipes B New

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  • Marriage à-la-mode - Everything2.com
    who discovers the man has signs of syphilis 4 The Toilette the husband s father has died and the husband and wife are now an Earl and a Countess Seen here the countess holds a toilette or reception in her bedroom 5 The Bagnio The Earl catches his wife with her lover and is stabbed as the lover flees the painting shows the Countess begging for forgiveness from her wounded and dying husband 6 The Lady s Death The Countess has poisoned herself following her lover being hanged for murdering her husband Hogarth painted this series as a cautionary tale about the dangers of arranged marriages and marrying for money He was planning on painting another series called A Happy Marriage but only some preliminary sketches for the series survive Sources http en wikipedia org wiki Marriage C3 A0 la mode I like it arranged marriage Wordmongers Masque William Hogarth old money countess reception Marriage Week 2010 St Brides liquid bread The White Goddess The Oath of the Horatii cautionary tale new money Toilette Earl Distraught Baltic Bagnio 1745 1743 Forgiveness merchant nobleman bankrupt Log in or register to write something here or to contact authors Sign in Login Password

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  • Dream Log: August 16, 2002 - Everything2.com
    Password remember me Lost password Sign up Need help accounthelp everything2 com Recommended Reading About Everything2 User Picks 2016 New Hampshire Democratic Primary Thomas Atkins transfinite induction September 11 2002 Not All Who Are Lost Wandered Super bowl babies Editor Picks Ailurophobia Cathy Martin and the tunnel of fire bremsstrahlung Do not go gentle into that good night Indian Recipes B New Writeups Eternal September idea by Tem42 2016 New

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  • Nessun dorma - Everything2.com
    whites of her eyes the color of her skin Dear god What has he done I had a nightmare he says as if there could be an excuse for scaring her this way You have to stop she shouts slapping at him with an open palm You re killing yourself You re killing me I just need some sleep he says realizing the futility of his attempt When he s not trying to sleep he s working When he s not working he s trying to sleep Never sleeping How long has it been now Seventy two Ninety six hours Well into the stages of hallucination Induced narcolepsy The brain shuts down involuntarily That must have been it Do you hear me You re going to stop Randi says She grabs his wrist with a wet shaking hand If I can just get a good night s sleep he says No it s going to stop You re killing yourself and soon you re going to start hurting other people I can t believe they let you work this way She hit him where he hurt A sucker punch he resented He d have to try not to shut her down She didn t understand Nobody who hasn t been through it can understand a residency It s how we learn to become physicians As if on que his beeper went off He reached for it by instinct holding the black box to his chest staring into it while Randi pled with him to stop The ER nurse John You need help He heard her He ignored her He picked up the phone and dialed the hospital If you go in I m not going to be here when you get back You don t understand said to her cradling the phone between his cheek and shoulder Don t I mean anything to you she said and started to sob You knew what you were getting into when you married me This is what I do Two more years That s all I need Randi got out of bed as Carolyn answered Through the phone She s asking for you John She says you know why she has to talk to you He watched Randi pull open the closet yank a shirt and a pair of jeans off the shelf and start to fumble as she put them on It was like a movie a story he was powerless to stop Where are you going On the phone John What happened to you tonight We re worried Randi I married a man who wanted to be a doctor to help people I married a kind loving man who had more time for everyone than himself But I didn t get into this marriage to watch you self destruct Randi I m not Carolyn on the phone John did you get any sleep Randi said I can t live like this She zippered her jeans and buttoned a blouse over her bra Where are you going he said getting out of the bed Carolyn s tinny voice on the phone said Get off the phone John Go to sleep I m sorry I paged She hung up What do you care You re getting too emotional Will you just think he said the sight of her dressed and ready to go at four AM panicked him And now he felt like he was in the ER a bloodied trauma case being wheeled in by paramedics and he had to make decisions He dropped the phone embraced Randi How many times do I have to wake up to you screaming and throwing punches One of these days you re going to hurt me I can t take it I ll stop he said All I need is some sleep She pulled out of his arms took her purse from her dresser You always say that You need to learn to say something else because I don t believe anything you say anymore What do I have to do She cut him off with a word almost whispered Goodbye You can t mean this Goodbye John I love you You made a mistake doctor Pugelli He heard gurgling when Betty spoke Took the clipboard from the wall and perused the nurses notes Nothing about pneumonia Congestive heart failure Did you hear me Betty said What mistake is that John said replacing the clipboard He touched her wrist Pulse quick Wrist cold Her breathing shallow and labored Her forehead was cool sweaty He heard her say You haven t heard a word I said I heard you he said pulling the cell phone from his belt Something was wrong A suture must have broken She was bleeding internally Speed dial one You almost killed me Betty said You made a mistake and you almost killed me But I stopped you You looked right at me and I stopped you On the phone the surgical nurse Do you need Dr George He s got his forwarding turned off Dr Hazouli is on I don t want Hazouli I want George You get him and tell him to get his fat ass out of that golf cart The perforated liver is a bleeder Betty said I m going to die They re going to blame you but I don t Everyone dies He hung up on the surgical nurse docked the phone on his belt and looked into Betty s eyes only now processing what she d said You re not going to die he said Don t be silly Betty said You saw me when I was dead I didn t And John remembered looking up from Betty s bloodied torso to see her standing against the wall in her Sunday church clothes white shoes white purse small hat gushing a cascade of white lace over her face Hallucination Narcolepsy He needed sleep It s not too bad Betty said Quite nice actually You re

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  • Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves: II - Everything2.com
    warm water and donning the shroud laid the corpse upon a clean place ready for burial This done Morgiana went to the mosque and gave notice to an imam that a funeral was awaiting the mourners in a certain household and prayed that he would come to read the prayers for the dead and the imam went back with her Then four neighbors took up the bier and bore it on their shoulders and fared forth with the imam and others who were wont to give assistance at such obsequies After the funeral prayers were ended four other men carried off the coffin and Morgiana walked before it bare of head striking her breast and weeping and wailing with exceeding loud lament whilst Ali Baba and the neighbors came behind In such order they entered the cemetery and buried him then leaving him to Munkar and Nakir the Questioners of the Dead all wended their ways Presently the women of the quarter according to the custom of the city gathered together in the house of mourning and sat an hour with Kasim s widow comforting and condoling presently leaving her somewhat resigned and cheered Ali Baba stayed forty days at home in ceremonial lamentation for the loss of his brother so none within the town save himself and his wife Kasim s widow and Morgiana knew aught the secret And when the forty days of mourning were ended Ali Baba removed to his own quarters all the property belonging to the deceased and openly married the widow Then he appointed his nephew his brother s eldest son who had lived a long time with a wealthy merchant and was perfect of knowledge in all matters of trade such as selling and buying to take charge of the defunct s shop and to carry on the business It so chanced one day when the robbers as was their wont came to the treasure cave that they marveled exceedingly to find nor sign nor trace of Kasim s body whilst they observed that much of gold had been carried off Quoth the captain Now it behooveth us to make inquiry in this matter else shall we suffer much of loss and this our treasure which we and our forefathers have amassed during the course of many years will little by little be wasted and spoiled Hereto all assented and with single mind agreed that he whom they had slain had knowledge of the magical words whereby the door was made to open moreover that someone besides him had cognizance of the spell and had carried off the body and also much of gold Wherefore they needs must make diligent research and find out who the man ever might be They then took counsel and determined that one amongst them who should be sagacious and deft of wit must don the dress of some merchant from foreign parts then repairing to the city he must go about from quarter to quarter and from street to street and learn if any townsman had lately died and if so where he wont to dwell that with this clue they might be enabled to find the wight they sought Hereat said one of the robbers Grant me leave that I fare and find out such tidings in the town and bring thee word anon and if I fail of my purpose I hold my life in forfeit Accordingly that bandit after disguising himself by dress pushed at night into the town and next morning early he repaired to the market square and saw that none of the shops had yet been opened save only that of Baba Mustafa the tailor who thread and needle in hand sat upon his working stool The thief bade him good day and said Tis yet dark How canst thou see to sew Said the tailor I perceive thou art a stranger Despite my years my eyesight is so keen that only yesterday I sewed together a dead body whilst sitting in a room quite darkened Quoth the bandit thereupon to himself I shall get somewhat of my want from this snip and to secure a further clue he asked Meseemeth thou wouldst jest with me and thou meanest that a cerecloth for a corpse was stitched by thee and that thy business is to sew shrouds Answered the tailor It mattereth not to thee Question me no more questions Thereupon the robber placed an ashrafi in his hand and continued I desire not to discover aught thou hidest albeit my breast like every honest man s is the grave of secrets and this only would I learn of thee in what house didst thou do that job Canst thou direct me thither or thyself conduct me thereto The tailor took the gold with greed and cried I have not seen with my own eyes the way to that house A certain bondswoman led me to a place which I know right well and there she bandaged my eyes and guided me to some tenement and lastly carried me into a darkened room where lay the dead body dismembered Then she unbound the kerchief and bade me sew together first the corpse and then the shroud which having done she again blindfolded me and led me back to the stead whence she had brought me and left me there Thou seest then I am not able to tell thee where thou shalt find the house Quoth the robber Albeit thou knowest not the dwelling whereof thou speakest still canst thou take me to the place where thou wast blindfolded Then I will bind a kerchief over thine eyes and lead thee as thou wast led On this wise perchance thou mayest hit upon the site An thou wilt do this favor by me see here another golden ducat is thine Thereupon the bandit slipped a second ashrafi into the tailor s palm and Baba Mustafa thrust it with the first into

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