* ... Pickin' on an Old Guy*-* More on Salieri and Mozart!* ... Pickin' on an Old Guy by DarkSaxeBleu
... A man, in accordance with certain 19th century pop-ideology
(which is now being upgraded with a more researched scholarly one ),
suggested that Mozart is a BETTER COMPOSER than Salieri –
because of the CATCHY IDEAS which he uses –
and that other composers (like Salieri) do not use them, period.
I have shown in my brief yet kind dissertation that
Mozart's CATCHY IDEAS, which everybody seem to praise him over,
~ ARE BY OTHER COMPOSERS (like Salieri)
but that they all use them differently - and that maybe we should re-think all this annoying ''betterness'' which in our pop-culture supposedly comes with - - any - - defined and recognised-as-catchy s
* NUGGET 6: A Restless Day A-Head** NUGGET 6: A Restless Day A-Head by DarkSaxeBleu
EUNUS: Right! Nighty night, ye young people of little or zero faith! Go sleep it over (*looks at Vixen* ~ I can tuck you in, dear - ok – OOOK!!! Just joking! ... Jeeeshhh!!!)
VLAD: Maybe I'll go out and hunt tonight, need to clear my head a bit.
EUNUS: ... Never knew you had anything in it worth airing.
VLAD: *hisses and murmurs something about a sharp tailor-made stake*
EUNUS: Well, at least you have something hard in your pocket! It would be a complete travesty if at your tender age of 300 (take or leave a millennia) you'd already need aid ... Ever tried a cock ring? Very popular in Imperial China, tickly sheep eyelids and all. Uh, and here, this is the lock I bought you for your 16th birthday but your mom wouldn't have it, the rut (though *cage* may still a bit too large for you – try it just in case ... *hands him over the little pocket-size steel chamber and gives VIXEN lock and k
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Cave ab homine unius libri ... "We are all one. Ours is not a better way, ours is merely another way." ~ Neale Donald Walsch
Had he but spar'd his Tongue and Pen, He might have rose like other Men:
But, Power was never in his Thought; And, Wealth he valu'd not a Groat:
Ingratitude he often found, And pity'd those who meant the Wound:
But, kept the Tenor of his Mind, To merit well of human Kind:
Nor made a Sacrifice of those Who still were true, to please his Foes.
* Verses on the Death of Dr. Swift.
Nolite iudicare alii per vestram valores.
... Digging up dead people. ... For study purposes!
... CORRECTING THE GAPS in our COLLECTIVE MEMORY.
... For FUN, really.
''... Best way to come to the heart of the matter is to stick a knife into it.''
''You mean to say exactly what you know; but in reality you are giving expression to what is, in all essential particulars, an hypothesis. You do not KNOW it at all; it is nothing but an hypothesis rapidly framed in your own mind. And it is an hypothesis founded on a long train of inductions and deductions.'' ~ T. H. Huxley.
''Those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities. Quand la populance se mele de raisonner, tout est perdu.'' (Reason can justify everything - it is its winning trait - and a deadly flaw ...)
LIFE'S MOTTO: (one for Reality, one for Illusion)
~ Bumbulum magnum - vince pecunia. ( = Fart great - win money.)
~ Teneant omnes cervisia et evomere postea. (= Hold all the beer and vomit afterwards.)
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