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Mercy by Shawn Mendes

This video reminds me of an episode of Mythbusters.

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Risen Christ Triptych Peter Paul Rubens

Usually I post art that I like.  This is not one of those times. (image courtesy of Wikipedia.) Now I love Peter Paul Rubens’ art.  There is a sensuality in his paintings that is vastly different than chaste Renaissance paintings. … Continue reading

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Elina Garanca Una Voce Poco Fa

  I do not post many videos of mezzo sopranos, partly because they do not get the lead parts in Operas.  The leads go to sopranos, and the mezzos are witches, bitches, and britches (boys). A mezzo soprano is a … Continue reading

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Emma’s Random (Reylo) Thoughts Part 5: Virgin Rey

I was not expecting to write this post, but I kept thinking about the idea of Rey as symbolic of a Religious Virgin and what that would mean for the film (and the potential of Reylo.) In my previous post, … Continue reading

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Emma’s Random (Reylo) Thoughts Part 4: Response to Comment

Frank Pellett was nice enough to comment on my third Reylo post, when I (finally!) posted my views and what I think Disney should do next. I’m not against Reylo cause it makes her weak, I’m against it cause it … Continue reading

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Emmas’s Random (Reylo) Thoughs Part 3: My Views

Ok, the last two pieces were kind of prologues to this post.  Now, at last, we get to my opinions about the Reylo ship, as well as my thoughts about what Disney should do next in the films. 1 There … Continue reading

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Five Years Cancer Free

Today is the fifth anniversary of my total thyroidectomy, which means that today marks me fifth anniversary of being cancer free! In celebration, here is Elton John’s Still Standing. Here is Elgar’s Pomp and Circumstances.

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