"Eric - much depends on your location. In the US, may good liquor stores now carry a variety of absinthes (ranging from terrible to quite good). The best ones are still only to be had ordered from europe, but as a starting point on US Absinthes, I…"
drawing, reading, library science, mythology, art nouveau, tea, German, Doctor Who, Torchwood,
David Eddings, Neil Gaiman, Terry Prachett, Anne Rice, J.K. Rowling, Stephen King
Schindler's List, Interview With The Vampire, Der Krieger und die Kaiserin, Alien, Brokeback Mountain, Kung Fu Hustle, Lola rennt, Monty Python and the Holy Grail, Fight Club, Moulin Rouge, Dead Poets Society, Hellboy, Edward Scissorhands, 12 Monkeys, Match Point, Das Leben der Anderen
David Sylvian, Depeche Mode, New Order, Placebo, John Foxx, David Bowie, The Beatles, Franz Ferdinand, Talk Talk, H.I.M, The Charlatans (UK), Vernian Process, Muse
"My dear fellow, when I see a monstrous tulip with *four* wonderful petals in someone else's garden, I am impelled to grow a monstrous tulip with *five* wonderful petals, but that is no reason why someone else should grow a tulip with only *three* petals." -Oscar Wilde, on plagiarizing and being plagiarized.
The gentleman in my profile picture is not me - it's Aubrey Beardsley (1872-1898), an artist whom I admire greatly.
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"Hey, Spencer...I've got a word picture for you. Imagine you want to take a trip to a town in a distant state, but you decide not to drive. No airports are close by, so you're left with two options: go by Amtrack (the passenger…"
"Actually, it's true that your face is round, but it's fairly small and your forehead is huge. It's just the way you're proportioned. Consequently, a forward swept style might be more flattering, because it would…"
"There was no requirement that the insults be mean...only that they be manly.
Proper and appropriate use makes them manly.
Trust me, it is quite possible to express complete disdain, without swearing or even raising your voice.…"