It’s the fifth of the month and that means the newsletter is out. What did you think about Chamomile’s story? Do you have any hints…
I am a fan of excellent Timothy Hutton and Maury Chaykin led, troupe centered A Nero Wolfe Mystery series. While I cannot imagine anyone by Chaykin in the role of Wolfe, this unbought pilot for 1959 series starring William Shanter as Archie Goodwin left me curious as to how he would have done in the role in the long haul.
However, one of the key concepts of owning something is the right to make profitable use of the property. While Paramount has this in a legal sense, in a practical sense I think that right is impeded by social forces the law cannot touch.
This is half of why I hate the phrase, “it’s just a cat”. You would not say “it’s just your sister”. “It’s just your wife” would never cross someone’s lips.
This letter/diary was written four years and a month before my birth, but I feel a strong kinship with the writer.
I do not believe in science. In the modern age that is admits being uneducated and irrational. This shows how little the modern age knows…
I knew the sensation from the Forgettings I had done. Forgettings are a must for an alchemist. You have room for only so many memories before the mix and start to still your sanity. Any alchemist who finds the Stone or the Exilir has to learn rituals of forgetting.
Today is the fifth Sunday after Pentecost and the Fifths Sunday of Matthew. It is the feast day of Holy Martyrs Proclus and Hilary of…
It seems like Matt was a good colleague and perhaps even a friend. I wish that was more valuable in your world than him never signaling something you disagreed with in public. I wish it had at least had enough value for you to bring your concerns to Matt in private instead of airing them in a way which has poisoned not only your relationship with Matt, but with the entire staff.
Clearly the crew of the Enterprise had acted with compassion and duty towards their friend. They also had a sense of honor and duty to the Federation. A man of duty and honor does not flee from his crimes but stands trial for them and fights for his vindication and receives his punishment.