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Ron Carrier
Librarian. ABD philosophy. 桜の樹の下には屍体が埋まつてゐる! ❤️ ❤️
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G. K. Chesterton 11h
Anybody, male or female, enfranchised or disenfranchised, can see what a vote is; why it is supposed to be useful, and why it is really useless.
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composers doing normal shit Jan 8
Willliam Walton holding a koala.
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Ron Carrier 13h
I regret to inform you that, from a music-historical point of view, you don’t need to be skilled to be important.
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Ron Carrier 13h
Not to mention all the ostinati, such as this one:
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Ron Carrier 13h
Or why everything has an arch structure—“First I’ll go from tonic to dominant (and repeat it in case you weren’t paying attention), and then I’ll return to the tonic by a slightly more devious route (and repeat it in case you weren’t paying attention).”
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Ron Carrier 13h
Replying to @tonreihe
It describes pretty much everything in this ration:
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カプラ 14h
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Ron Carrier 13h
Thank you to Steve1989 for coming up with the phrase “tactical gas station food.”
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Ron Carrier 14h
Replying to @lovelykeffie @snus_kin
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Irène DB 15h
Replying to @UrbanFoxxxx
When the machine's attempts to render reality merely turns it on its head. [there's also a book, with Philipp Sarasin ]
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University Bookman 16h
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Ron Carrier 15h
Replying to @lovelykeffie @easynam
There, Keffie fixed it for you. :)
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MACR-EN036 16h
BLUECHECK: without the indignity of each individual grave taking up a lot of space, we could compress hundreds, even thousands of corpses into a single small space!!! a “mass grave”, if u will
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Ron Carrier 15h
Replying to @lovelykeffie
Good morning! (And yes, soon!)
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Antoine Bousquet 17h
"The war produced a tear in the crust of banalities and conventions. A 'window' was opened onto the secret mechanisms and profound layers of human becoming. A region was formed where it was possible for humans to breathe an air charged with heaven." - Teilhard de Chardin (1917)
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trevor welch May 21
Jacquard loom patterns translated to music
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Ron Carrier 15h
Replying to @_heliotropic_
When you take Fenollosa just a bit too seriously lol.
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『Chad』 May 20
When you've reached enlightenment
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Ron Carrier 15h
Replying to @Outsideness
Saw the domain this was coming from and thought that something had gone horribly wrong with PJ Media.
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Ron Carrier 15h
Replying to @riyenakshi
Нянс.
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