the woowoo invasion continues unabated....

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Hermes (May 16, 2010, 10:57:11 AM):
That unicorn's wings are attached to its neck, which is quite far from its centre of gravity. I would like to see how it flies. And the angel is wearing a T-shirt. How do angels get their shirts on and off? Perhaps I should get that book - I would like to know more about the taxonomy of angels. They don't seem to have nipples, so they are probably not mammals. They also have six limbs, which is unusual for mammals (Batman excluded). I suspect that they are insects. It would also be interesting to learn more about their habitat and foraging habits. And how do they reproduce? Surely they don't do that filthy thing....
Brian (May 16, 2010, 12:49:26 PM):
That unicorn's wings are attached to its neck; I would like to see how it flies. And how do they reproduce? Surely they don't do that filthy thing....
...and Hermes what about those wings from your helmet....they must flap like hell to lift you (if the helmet stays on!! >:D) and why from the ankles??? ;D
Hermes (May 16, 2010, 14:45:00 PM):
Ah, but with two sets of wings the positioning is much more flexible. The cap does pull quite a bit when I take off in a hurry. ;)
Peter Grant (May 16, 2010, 15:08:47 PM):
Unicorns with wings are lame. They had much better woo when I was a kid...
Brian (May 17, 2010, 08:16:46 AM):
A Nice quote in the introduction from "The Antichrist" by Nietsche: "The conditions under which any one understands me, and necessarily understands me--I know them only too well. Even to endure my seriousness, my passion, he must carry intellectual integrity to the verge of hardness. He must be accustomed to living on mountain tops--and to looking upon the wretched gabble of politics and nationalism as beneath him. He must have become indifferent; he must never ask of the truth whether it brings profit to him or a fatality to him... He must have an inclination, born of strength, for questions that no one has the courage for; the courage for the forbidden; predestination for the labyrinth. The experience of seven solitudes. New ears for new music. New eyes for what is most distant. A new conscience for truths that have hitherto remained unheard. And the will to economize in the grand manner--to hold together his strength, his enthusiasm...Reverence for self; love of self; absolute freedom of self....."

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