Emergency T-rannyMonday Poat

As if ty-ranny is a bad thing.

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Tolling For Thee – Blame it on Mitch

While probably too soon for the Second Coming, most all can see the the path is set.

Pablo Picasso, Guernica

The insanity of pressing headlong into world wide conflict is baffling. Picasso’s piece still sums it up.

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Outdated Memes

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BBF

Hello, and welcome to Big Boob Friday.

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Your model for today was born on February 15th, 1996 in Pescara, Italy. She stands 5′ 5″ and measures 362233 and 110 lbs. Please be a real boy for Miss Martina Finocchio.

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BBF

Hello, and welcome to Big Boob Friday.

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Your model for today was born August 9th, 1995 in Boston, Massachusetts. She stands 5′ 3″ and measures 342435 and 128 lbs. Please grab some nuggies with Miss Faryn Corey.

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BBF

Hello, and welcome to Big Boob Friday.

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Your model for today was born March 10th, 1964 in Ogden, UT. She stands 5′ 10″ and measures 362436 and 126 lbs. Please fetch spectacles for Miss Cynthia Brimhall.

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Types of Pain

Block Diagram for pain mechanism | Download Scientific Diagram

Ever stop to consider how many types of pain there are?

Pain in the neck.

Pain in the tuchas.

Pain mechanisms and analgesics pathways #Pain #Pathways # ...
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Rock Around the Croc: Minuet and Trio Form

Continuing our exploration of the Classical Era and the Viennese Classical Style. As a quick recap, the Classical era runs from the death of Bach in 1750 to the early 1800s, and the three principal figures of that era were Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven. The music of the Classical era is characterized by changed instrumentation (especially the invention and development of the piano), increased use of homophonic texture, use of tune as musical theme, and a change in expressive content (from the almost mathematical-sounding, motoric, intricate fugues of Bach to the highly lyrical and immediate sound of a sonata by Mozart or Beethoven).

That being said, Haydn has the nickname “the Father of the Symphony” because of how incredibly prolific he was, and the symphony is arguably the most important musical form of the Classical era. The structure of a typical symphony is four movements, with each movement set in its own form, as chosen by the composer. Last week I covered Theme and Variations form. This week we move on to Minuet and Trio, which often appeared in the third movement in symphony, string quartet or solo piano work.

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Weird Names / Weird Creatures

The Crazy Uncles of the Animal World

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