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Book above doctor's head in THE SHINING
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MP
2012-02-06 23:15:30 UTC
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During the scene where Wendy sits down to talk to the Doctor in THE
SHINING, a thick blue book is seen behind the doctors head,
immediately to her right. Can anyone identify this book or its author?

This scene has some interesting/relevant books, papers etc scattered
about, but no one's been able to make out the title of this particular
one.
kelpzoidzl
2012-02-08 11:02:37 UTC
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During the scene where Wendy sits down to talk to the Doctor in THE
SHINING, a thick blue book is seen behind the doctors head,
immediately to her right. Can anyone identify this book or its author?
This scene has some interesting/relevant books, papers etc scattered
about, but no one's been able to make out the title of this particular
one.
Harmony of Night Sock Coccoon?

Thats a toughie.

I tried all kinds of photoshop and no luck.
Don Stockbauer
2012-02-09 06:07:58 UTC
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During the scene where Wendy sits down to talk to the Doctor in THE
SHINING, a thick blue book is seen behind the doctors head,
immediately to her right. Can anyone identify this book or its author?
This scene has some interesting/relevant books, papers etc scattered
about, but no one's been able to make out the title of this particular
one.
Harmony of Night Sock Coccoon?
Thats a toughie.
I tried all kinds of photoshop and no luck.
It's either "Birdbrains I have known" or "Chess and Umbrella Twirling
made Easy."
kelpzoidzl
2012-02-09 09:24:59 UTC
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During the scene where Wendy sits down to talk to the Doctor in THE
SHINING, a thick blue book is seen behind the doctors head,
immediately to her right. Can anyone identify this book or its author?
This scene has some interesting/relevant books, papers etc scattered
about, but no one's been able to make out the title of this particular
one.
Harmony of Night Sock Coccoon?
Thats a toughie.
I tried all kinds of photoshop and no luck.
It's either "Birdbrains I have known"  or "Chess and Umbrella Twirling
made Easy."
I know...it has to be held up to a mirror of course...!
kelpzoidzl
2012-02-09 09:29:21 UTC
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During the scene where Wendy sits down to talk to the Doctor in THE
SHINING, a thick blue book is seen behind the doctors head,
immediately to her right. Can anyone identify this book or its author?
This scene has some interesting/relevant books, papers etc scattered
about, but no one's been able to make out the title of this particular
one.
Harmony of Night Sock Coccoon?
Thats a toughie.
I tried all kinds of photoshop and no luck.
It's either "Birdbrains I have known"  or "Chess and Umbrella Twirling
made Easy."
I know...it has to be held up to a mirror of course...!- Hide quoted text -
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Hmmmm...it says:

CXXV? CCCU
?XR OCC-0C ??? X
kelpzoidzl
2012-02-09 09:31:18 UTC
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During the scene where Wendy sits down to talk to the Doctor in THE
SHINING, a thick blue book is seen behind the doctors head,
immediately to her right. Can anyone identify this book or its author?
This scene has some interesting/relevant books, papers etc scattered
about, but no one's been able to make out the title of this particular
one.
Harmony of Night Sock Coccoon?
Thats a toughie.
I tried all kinds of photoshop and no luck.
It's either "Birdbrains I have known"  or "Chess and Umbrella Twirling
made Easy."
I know...it has to be held up to a mirror of course...!- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -
CXXV? CCCU
?XR OCC-0C ??? X- Hide quoted text -
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Well, its not MMI
MickeyMoop
2012-02-09 16:53:29 UTC
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It's enough that Anne Jackson and Anne Meara are healthy, wealthy and wise. "Fear and Pyramids on a Lunar Sideshow"? "Red Currant Jelly"? "Xenu vs. Sauron at Black Rock"?
Don Stockbauer
2012-02-10 05:04:12 UTC
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It's enough that Anne Jackson and Anne Meara are healthy, wealthy and wise. "Fear and Pyramids on a Lunar Sideshow"? "Red Currant Jelly"? "Xenu vs. Sauron at Black Rock"?
"How to Perform Brain Surgery on Yourself"?
MickeyMoop
2012-02-10 14:32:19 UTC
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AGNI online "The Kubrick Version" by Ann Lewinson http://www.bu.edu/agni/fiction/online/2003/lewinson-kubrick.html certain alporithm at 40% success in Google Image claims the blue book is "Carl Furillo" by Ted Reed. Or "Project Blue Book"
Don Stockbauer
2012-02-10 14:39:12 UTC
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AGNI online  "The Kubrick Version" by Ann Lewinson  http://www.bu.edu/agni/fiction/online/2003/lewinson-kubrick.html certain alporithm at 40% success in Google Image claims the blue book is "Carl Furillo" by Ted Reed. Or "Project Blue Book"
"Maudy, that thar MickeyMoop feller done posted a bunch uh stuff whut
ah kint figger out again. Whut are we gonna do with this guy?"
MickeyMoop
2012-02-10 14:50:04 UTC
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In reel time, we can take "Maude Adams" to the Bijou in fly-specked Picture Show, Texas and watch the matinee "Hugo" - popcorn on you, cowbell - right behindcha, Donnyyyy; I will find out the contents of that book if I have to shortcircuit every neuron in Brin's Brain.
MickeyMoop
2012-02-10 15:44:59 UTC
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That you should see, a toastedcheesemonkie beachcomber taking a metal detector into Verdun, that you should see. Whilst our Cartographer adjusts the horizontal, let us peruse more crypto-mentally latitudal peanuts embedded in the sidewalks of WeidnerWorld. ..."nothing" much happening in Yahooian Kubrick updates other than Bear McCreary "reveals the physics behind your favorite science fiction theme tunes" http://www.wired.com "Perfect Fifth" Strauss and Freddy Nietzsche and Copland and John Williams and GO MAROONS!
kelpzoidzl
2012-02-11 06:32:29 UTC
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That you should see, a toastedcheesemonkie beachcomber taking a metal detector into Verdun, that you should see. Whilst our Cartographer adjusts the horizontal, let us peruse more crypto-mentally latitudal peanuts embedded in the sidewalks of WeidnerWorld. ..."nothing" much happening in Yahooian Kubrick updates other than Bear McCreary "reveals the physics behind your favorite science fiction theme tunes"http://www.wired.com "Perfect Fifth" Strauss and Freddy Nietzsche and Copland and John Williams and GO MAROONS!
Project Blue Hook
Don Stockbauer
2012-02-11 07:19:01 UTC
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In reel time, we can take "Maude Adams" to the Bijou in fly-specked Picture Show, Texas and watch the matinee "Hugo" - popcorn on you, cowbell - right behindcha, Donnyyyy; I will find out the contents of that book if I have to shortcircuit every neuron in Brin's Brain.
she-it, boy that done be moh cornfusion that annythin else you done
wrote. wut tha hell is this, some sorta communistic plot or
sumthin????/
kelpzoidzl
2012-02-11 21:06:37 UTC
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In reel time, we can take "Maude Adams" to the Bijou in fly-specked Picture Show, Texas and watch the matinee "Hugo" - popcorn on you, cowbell - right behindcha, Donnyyyy; I will find out the contents of that book if I have to shortcircuit every neuron in Brin's Brain.
she-it, boy that done be moh cornfusion that annythin else you done
wrote.  wut tha hell is this, some sorta communistic plot or
sumthin????/
The Tower of Babel is being conducted LIVE! right here on
thehangingbyanarrowthreadamkwhere there is no waytostaveoffspamandthe
rising tide of evaporativefacebookism.
Don Stockbauer
2012-02-12 05:44:48 UTC
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In reel time, we can take "Maude Adams" to the Bijou in fly-specked Picture Show, Texas and watch the matinee "Hugo" - popcorn on you, cowbell - right behindcha, Donnyyyy; I will find out the contents of that book if I have to shortcircuit every neuron in Brin's Brain.
she-it, boy that done be moh cornfusion that annythin else you done
wrote.  wut tha hell is this, some sorta communistic plot or
sumthin????/
The Tower of Babel is being conducted LIVE! right here on
thehangingbyanarrowthreadamkwhere there is no waytostaveoffspamandthe
rising tide of evaporativefacebookism.
That echos my thoughts!
MickeyMoop
2012-02-14 00:07:53 UTC
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"Me and My Arrow." "Where's the rest of Us?"
Don Stockbauer
2012-02-14 20:31:05 UTC
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"Me and My Arrow."  "Where's the rest of Us?"
Staight up and narrow?
M Jones
2012-02-12 16:39:30 UTC
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During the scene where Wendy sits down to talk to the Doctor in THE
SHINING, a thick blue book is seen behind the doctors head,
immediately to her right. Can anyone identify this book or its author?
This scene has some interesting/relevant books, papers etc scattered
about, but no one's been able to make out the title of this particular
one.
I have checked and it looks like it could be "In This House of Brede" by
Rumer Godden. However on looking closely in photoshop the word Brede is
very fuzzy and comes to resemble the word Panic. I wonder if he altered
it...

The book is about an enclosed community of nuns who overcome crisis by
their devotion to faith and spirituality.
MickeyMoop
2012-02-13 23:59:18 UTC
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"Well, no *****te." We will find properly motivated graduate students to investigate all of Frau Winifred Torrance's cultural signifiers if we have to ... bribe koffkoff beguile the purty pink Portian in the corner. Sixpence None The Richer, LeighNash, "Breathe Your Name." Matthew Crawley walked the Walk. Diana Rigg - i breathe her namen.
kelpzoidzl
2012-02-15 06:44:34 UTC
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Post by MP
During the scene where Wendy sits down to talk to the Doctor in THE
SHINING, a thick blue book is seen behind the doctors head,
immediately to her right. Can anyone identify this book or its author?
This scene has some interesting/relevant books, papers etc scattered
about, but no one's been able to make out the title of this particular
one.
I have checked and it looks like it could be "In This House of Brede" by
Rumer Godden.  However on looking closely in photoshop the word Brede is
very fuzzy and comes to resemble the word Panic.  I wonder if he altered
it...
The book is about an enclosed community of nuns who overcome crisis by
their devotion to faith and spirituality.
That would be quite a trick. Amazon shws that as published in 2005.
Wrong?
kelpzoidzl
2012-02-15 06:49:29 UTC
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During the scene where Wendy sits down to talk to the Doctor in THE
SHINING, a thick blue book is seen behind the doctors head,
immediately to her right. Can anyone identify this book or its author?
This scene has some interesting/relevant books, papers etc scattered
about, but no one's been able to make out the title of this particular
one.
I have checked and it looks like it could be "In This House of Brede" by
Rumer Godden.  However on looking closely in photoshop the word Brede is
very fuzzy and comes to resemble the word Panic.  I wonder if he altered
it...
The book is about an enclosed community of nuns who overcome crisis by
their devotion to faith and spirituality.
That would be quite a trick.  Amazon shws that as published in 2005.
Wrong?
Must be, the author died in1998. Any links to phots ofbthe hardcover?
kelpzoidzl
2012-02-15 06:52:55 UTC
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During the scene where Wendy sits down to talk to the Doctor in THE
SHINING, a thick blue book is seen behind the doctors head,
immediately to her right. Can anyone identify this book or its author?
This scene has some interesting/relevant books, papers etc scattered
about, but no one's been able to make out the title of this particular
one.
I have checked and it looks like it could be "In This House of Brede" by
Rumer Godden.  However on looking closely in photoshop the word Brede is
very fuzzy and comes to resemble the word Panic.  I wonder if he altered
it...
The book is about an enclosed community of nuns who overcome crisis by
their devotion to faith and spirituality.
That would be quite a trick.  Amazon shws that as published in 2005.
Wrong?
You musthaebeenphotsopg a bluray image. Iused standard DVD in
computer.
kelpzoidzl
2012-02-15 08:12:45 UTC
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During the scene where Wendy sits down to talk to the Doctor in THE
SHINING, a thick blue book is seen behind the doctors head,
immediately to her right. Can anyone identify this book or its author?
This scene has some interesting/relevant books, papers etc scattered
about, but no one's been able to make out the title of this particular
one.
I have checked and it looks like it could be "In This House of Brede" by
Rumer Godden.  However on looking closely in photoshop the word Brede is
very fuzzy and comes to resemble the word Panic.  I wonder if he altered
it...
The book is about an enclosed community of nuns who overcome crisis by
their devotion to faith and spirituality.
That would be quite a trick.  Amazon shws that as published in 2005.
Wrong?
You musthaebeenphotsopg a bluray image. Iused  standard DVD in
computer.
Ipad typing in dark is typoillogical
MickeyMoop
2012-02-17 14:23:16 UTC
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What exactly, {s**tte eating grin worth 100 million dollars, nu?} (und imagine those four, in hand with replicants, the Mapothers and the Urbans, promenading along the High Line, that you should see) would Winnie (Freddie/Wendy) find entertaining about "In This House of Brede"? CoffeeeKlutch amongst yerselfs.
kelpzoidzl
2012-02-17 23:53:58 UTC
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What exactly, {s**tte eating grin worth 100 million dollars, nu?} (und imagine those four, in hand with replicants, the Mapothers and the Urbans, promenading along the High Line, that you should see) would Winnie (Freddie/Wendy) find entertaining about "In This House of Brede"? CoffeeeKlutch amongst yerselfs.
All I know is I best get a Bluray for screenshots on my computer
because it looked like Harmony of Night by Sock Coccoon in standard
def.
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kelpzoidzl
2012-02-18 00:09:09 UTC
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What exactly, {s**tte eating grin worth 100 million dollars, nu?} (und imagine those four, in hand with replicants, the Mapothers and the Urbans, promenading along the High Line, that you should see) would Winnie (Freddie/Wendy) find entertaining about "In This House of Brede"? CoffeeeKlutch amongst yerselfs.
All I know is I best get a Bluray for screenshots on my computer
because it looked like Harmony of Night by Sock Coccoon in standard
def.http://img834.imageshack.us/img834/4766/shiningbooks.jpg
After more top notch investigatory snarks I see it clearly

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M Jones
2012-02-19 17:02:11 UTC
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What exactly, {s**tte eating grin worth 100 million dollars, nu?} (und imagine those four, in hand with replicants, the Mapothers and the Urbans, promenading along the High Line, that you should see) would Winnie (Freddie/Wendy) find entertaining about "In This House of Brede"? CoffeeeKlutch amongst yerselfs.
All I know is I best get a Bluray for screenshots on my computer
because it looked like Harmony of Night by Sock Coccoon in standard
def.http://img834.imageshack.us/img834/4766/shiningbooks.jpg
After more top notch investigatory snarks I see it clearly
http://img839.imageshack.us/img839/5054/shinginbook3.jpg
I can confirm the book is indeed "In This House of Brede" by Rumber GOdden.

See this capture i got from an HD copy of the Shining

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See copy of old hardback book image I got from Amazon

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The blue colour of the spine is the same. The lettering is also the same.
M Jones
2012-02-19 17:11:37 UTC
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What exactly, {s**tte eating grin worth 100 million dollars, nu?}
(und imagine those four, in hand with replicants, the Mapothers and
the Urbans, promenading along the High Line, that you should see)
would Winnie (Freddie/Wendy) find entertaining about "In This House
of Brede"? CoffeeeKlutch amongst yerselfs.
All I know is I best get a Bluray for screenshots on my computer
because it looked like Harmony of Night by Sock Coccoon in standard
def.http://img834.imageshack.us/img834/4766/shiningbooks.jpg
After more top notch investigatory snarks I see it clearly
http://img839.imageshack.us/img839/5054/shinginbook3.jpg
I can confirm the book is indeed "In This House of Brede" by Rumber GOdden.
See this capture i got from an HD copy of the Shining
http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/846/shining.png
See copy of old hardback book image I got from Amazon
http://img708.imageshack.us/img708/6566/51ey8ekd39lsl500aa300.jpg
The blue colour of the spine is the same. The lettering is also the same.
I initially thought the last word was "panic". This was the case
because the font type they used for the letter e can look like a c when
viewed from far away or where the resolution isn't high enough. "In
This House of Panic" i thought amusing. However, i think it is
interesting that the doctor is talking about auto hypnosis and self
suggestion when there is a book above her head that deals with religion
and spiritualism.
Sensitivity
2012-02-20 08:55:47 UTC
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What exactly, {s**tte eating grin worth 100 million dollars, nu?}
(und imagine those four, in hand with replicants, the Mapothers and
the Urbans, promenading along the High Line, that you should see)
would Winnie (Freddie/Wendy) find entertaining about "In This House
of Brede"? CoffeeeKlutch amongst yerselfs.
All I know is I best get a Bluray for screenshots on my computer
because it looked like Harmony of Night by Sock Coccoon in standard
def.http://img834.imageshack.us/img834/4766/shiningbooks.jpg
After more top notch investigatory snarks I see it clearly
http://img839.imageshack.us/img839/5054/shinginbook3.jpg
I can confirm the book is indeed "In This House of Brede" by Rumber GOdden.
See this capture i got from an HD copy of the Shining
http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/846/shining.png
See copy of old hardback book image I got from Amazon
http://img708.imageshack.us/img708/6566/51ey8ekd39lsl500aa300.jpg
The blue colour of the spine is the same. The lettering is also the same.
I initially thought the last word was "panic".  This was the case
because the font type they used for the letter e can look like a c when
viewed from far away or where the resolution isn't high enough.  "In
This House of Panic" i thought amusing.  However, i think it is
interesting that the doctor is talking about auto hypnosis and self
suggestion when there is a book above her head that deals with religion
and spiritualism.- Hide quoted text -
Thanks, i was hoping to see that. ( I did doctor my last screenshot
link as a joke),
Once you said the title and name I could make sort of make it out.

.
kelpzoidzl
2012-02-20 10:34:57 UTC
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What exactly, {s**tte eating grin worth 100 million dollars, nu?} (und imagine those four, in hand with replicants, the Mapothers and the Urbans, promenading along the High Line, that you should see) would Winnie (Freddie/Wendy) find entertaining about "In This House of Brede"? CoffeeeKlutch amongst yerselfs.
All I know is I best get a Bluray for screenshots on my computer
because it looked like Harmony of Night by Sock Coccoon in standard
def.http://img834.imageshack.us/img834/4766/shiningbooks.jpg
After more top notch investigatory snarks I see it clearly
http://img839.imageshack.us/img839/5054/shinginbook3.jpg
I can confirm the book is indeed "In This House of Brede" by Rumber GOdden.
See this capture i got from an HD copy of the Shining
http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/846/shining.png
See copy of old hardback book image I got from Amazon
http://img708.imageshack.us/img708/6566/51ey8ekd39lsl500aa300.jpg
The blue colour of the spine is the same.  The lettering is also the same.
Thanks, for those links. Mystery solved...

Now the question is where is the connection. On purpose? accident?
Just from a handful of books set up there.

Maybe there will be a run on House of Brede copies.

Whats on page 237?
MickeyMoop
2012-02-24 15:00:25 UTC
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http://www.uncyclopedia.wikia.com/.../UnBooks:%22Incoherent_Overwritten_Literary_Trainwreck
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2012-02-24 15:07:05 UTC
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W e l l. that's what you would have read if Mrs. Pynchon hadn't taken sick as she was. From Kirk Douglas, Godfather to us all, Vanity Fair, September 2011, page 144
"Soon I will be 95 -
That is if I'm still alive.
I ask my friend who is 98,
'What do you think of our inevitable
fate?"
He smiles and turns away.
'I think of life,' I hear him say."
Ted
2012-02-25 02:09:22 UTC
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Thank you very much M. Jones.
MP
2012-02-25 02:10:47 UTC
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Thank you very much M Jones.
MickeyMoop
2012-02-25 16:16:42 UTC
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Thank you very much M Jones.
And now it's on to Vienna and let's win a wonkabar there. i should like to know what Shelley is reading right a b o u t now in the event of something happening to this group, this weegeed disaster. "those who once existed" in 1941 and failed to perform their bar mitzvah.
Don Stockbauer
2012-02-27 02:56:30 UTC
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Thank you very much M Jones.
And now it's on to Vienna and let's win a wonkabar there. i should like to know what Shelley is reading right a b o u t now in the event of something happening to this group, this weegeed disaster. "those who once existed" in 1941 and failed to perform their bar mitzvah.
So you're on drugs again?
kelpzoidzl
2012-02-27 11:30:52 UTC
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Thank you very much M Jones.
And now it's on to Vienna and let's win a wonkabar there. i should like to know what Shelley is reading right a b o u t now in the event of something happening to this group, this weegeed disaster. "those who once existed" in 1941 and failed to perform their bar mitzvah.
So you're on drugs again?
It's AMK in the Bermuda Triangle.
Don Stockbauer
2012-02-27 14:31:47 UTC
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Thank you very much M Jones.
And now it's on to Vienna and let's win a wonkabar there. i should like to know what Shelley is reading right a b o u t now in the event of something happening to this group, this weegeed disaster. "those who once existed" in 1941 and failed to perform their bar mitzvah.
So you're on drugs again?
It's AMK in the Bermuda Triangle.
So what's the solution, kelp?
MickeyMoop
2012-02-27 14:23:58 UTC
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Thank you very much M Jones.
And now it's on to Vienna and let's win a wonkabar there. i should like to know what Shelley is reading right a b o u t now in the event of something happening to this group, this weegeed disaster. "those who once existed" in 1941 and failed to perform their bar mitzvah.
So you're on drugs again?
From Daniel E. Slotnik, OBITUARIES, The New York Times for February 26, 2012 - goodbye, au revoir to Dmitri Nabokov, heir to Vladimir and Vera; all of this group, on or off drugs of a different persuasion, "as simple as a butterfly," Lewis Milestone recounted in HOLLYWOOD starring James Mason - "After his mother died in 1991, Mr. Nabokov moved into her apartment in Montreux, where he oversaw the Nabokov estate and where he lived at his death {born May 10, 1934 in Berlin}. . . in his memoir, Mr. Nabokov recalled one of his last exchanges with his father, who died in 1977. They spoke of butterflies, and of a bucolic valley near their home in Switzerland that they had always meant to explore.

" 'Tears suddenly welled in Father's eyes,' Mr. Nabokov wrote. 'I asked him why. He replied that a certain butterfly was already on the wing; and his eyes told me he no longer hoped that he would live to pursue it again. Nor would he ever visit that enchanted valley on the far side of the lake. But perhaps, in Father's memory, I shall.' "
MickeyMoop
2012-02-27 15:44:24 UTC
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Thank you very much M Jones.
And now it's on to Vienna and let's win a wonkabar there. i should like to know what Shelley is reading right a b o u t now in the event of something happening to this group, this weegeed disaster. "those who once existed" in 1941 and failed to perform their bar mitzvah.
So you're on drugs again?
it was DIMITRI. Let's move on, scene "I want your horror gagging on the mispelled floor. Fall of the House of Usher Fellig.
From Daniel E. Slotnik, OBITUARIES, The New York Times for February 26, 2012 - goodbye, au revoir to Dmitri Nabokov, heir to Vladimir and Vera; all of this group, on or off drugs of a different persuasion, "as simple as a butterfly," Lewis Milestone recounted in HOLLYWOOD starring James Mason - "After his mother died in 1991, Mr. Nabokov moved into her apartment in Montreux, where he oversaw the Nabokov estate and where he lived at his death {born May 10, 1934 in Berlin}. . . in his memoir, Mr. Nabokov recalled one of his last exchanges with his father, who died in 1977. They spoke of butterflies, and of a bucolic valley near their home in Switzerland that they had always meant to explore.
" 'Tears suddenly welled in Father's eyes,' Mr. Nabokov wrote. 'I asked him why. He replied that a certain butterfly was already on the wing; and his eyes told me he no longer hoped that he would live to pursue it again. Nor would he ever visit that enchanted valley on the far side of the lake. But perhaps, in Father's memory, I shall.' "
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Thank you very much M Jones.
And now it's on to Vienna and let's win a wonkabar there. i should like to know what Shelley is reading right a b o u t now in the event of something happening to this group, this weegeed disaster. "those who once existed" in 1941 and failed to perform their bar mitzvah.
So you're on drugs again?
it was DIMITRI. Let's move on, scene "I want your horror gagging on the mispelled floor. Fall of the House of Usher Fellig.
From Daniel E. Slotnik, OBITUARIES, The New York Times for February 26, 2012 - goodbye, au revoir to Dmitri Nabokov, heir to Vladimir and Vera; all of this group, on or off drugs of a different persuasion, "as simple as a butterfly," Lewis Milestone recounted in HOLLYWOOD starring James Mason - "After his mother died in 1991, Mr. Nabokov moved into her apartment in Montreux, where he oversaw the Nabokov estate and where he lived at his death {born May 10, 1934 in Berlin}. . . in his memoir, Mr. Nabokov recalled one of his last exchanges with his father, who died in 1977. They spoke of butterflies, and of a bucolic valley near their home in Switzerland that they had always meant to explore.
" 'Tears suddenly welled in Father's eyes,' Mr. Nabokov wrote. 'I asked him why. He replied that a certain butterfly was already on the wing; and his eyes told me he no longer hoped that he would live to pursue it again. Nor would he ever visit that enchanted valley on the far side of the lake. But perhaps, in Father's memory, I shall.' "
bloody 'ell, we've studied the Situation with our flat fact checking for years - he really was a Dmitri Vladimirovich...in ONT: Jolie, Jolie... ..fegelein did this! fegelein fegelein drill instructors barking in donaldduckese..."some enchanted valley you may meet a FEGELEIN eating pistachioes" two more months for the FELLIG show at ICP, opposite the Hippodrome on Avenue of the Americas, Naked City.
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2012-02-28 08:37:30 UTC
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Thank you very much M Jones.
And now it's on to Vienna and let's win a wonkabar there. i should like to know what Shelley is reading right a b o u t now in the event of something happening to this group, this weegeed disaster. "those who once existed" in 1941 and failed to perform their bar mitzvah.
So you're on drugs again?
  it was DIMITRI. Let's move on, scene "I want your horror gagging on the mispelled floor. Fall of the House of Usher Fellig.
    From Daniel E. Slotnik, OBITUARIES, The New York Times for February 26, 2012 - goodbye, au revoir to Dmitri Nabokov, heir to Vladimir and Vera; all of this group, on or off drugs of a different persuasion, "as simple as a butterfly," Lewis Milestone recounted in HOLLYWOOD starring James Mason - "After his mother died in 1991, Mr. Nabokov moved into her apartment in Montreux, where he oversaw the Nabokov estate and where he lived at his death {born May 10, 1934 in Berlin}. . . in his memoir, Mr. Nabokov recalled one of his last exchanges with his father, who died in 1977. They spoke of butterflies, and of a bucolic valley near their home in Switzerland that they had always meant to explore.
    " 'Tears suddenly welled in Father's eyes,' Mr. Nabokov wrote. 'I asked him why. He replied that a certain butterfly was already on the wing; and his eyes told me he no longer hoped that he would live to pursue it again. Nor would he ever visit that enchanted valley on the far side of the lake. But perhaps, in Father's memory, I shall.' "
 bloody 'ell, we've studied the Situation with our flat fact checking for years - he really was a Dmitri Vladimirovich...in ONT: Jolie, Jolie... ..fegelein did this! fegelein fegelein drill instructors barking in donaldduckese..."some enchanted valley you may meet a FEGELEIN eating pistachioes" two more months for the FELLIG show at ICP, opposite the Hippodrome on Avenue of the Americas, Naked City.
I LOVE TIN SUBARUS, COPPER HYUNDAIS, BUT I CONTSTANTINOPLE!
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Thank you very much M Jones.
And now it's on to Vienna and let's win a wonkabar there. i should like to know what Shelley is reading right a b o u t now in the event of something happening to this group, this weegeed disaster. "those who once existed" in 1941 and failed to perform their bar mitzvah.
So you're on drugs again?
  it was DIMITRI. Let's move on, scene "I want your horror gagging on the mispelled floor. Fall of the House of Usher Fellig.
    From Daniel E. Slotnik, OBITUARIES, The New York Times for February 26, 2012 - goodbye, au revoir to Dmitri Nabokov, heir to Vladimir and Vera; all of this group, on or off drugs of a different persuasion, "as simple as a butterfly," Lewis Milestone recounted in HOLLYWOOD starring James Mason - "After his mother died in 1991, Mr. Nabokov moved into her apartment in Montreux, where he oversaw the Nabokov estate and where he lived at his death {born May 10, 1934 in Berlin}. . . in his memoir, Mr. Nabokov recalled one of his last exchanges with his father, who died in 1977. They spoke of butterflies, and of a bucolic valley near their home in Switzerland that they had always meant to explore.
    " 'Tears suddenly welled in Father's eyes,' Mr. Nabokov wrote. 'I asked him why. He replied that a certain butterfly was already on the wing; and his eyes told me he no longer hoped that he would live to pursue it again. Nor would he ever visit that enchanted valley on the far side of the lake. But perhaps, in Father's memory, I shall.' "
 bloody 'ell, we've studied the Situation with our flat fact checking for years - he really was a Dmitri Vladimirovich...in ONT: Jolie, Jolie... ..fegelein did this! fegelein fegelein drill instructors barking in donaldduckese..."some enchanted valley you may meet a FEGELEIN eating pistachioes" two more months for the FELLIG show at ICP, opposite the Hippodrome on Avenue of the Americas, Naked City.
I LOVE TIN SUBARUS, COPPER HYUNDAIS, BUT I CONTSTANTINOPLE!
Maybe steel Subarus would work better. Proofread your joke before
posting. Hi, Mickey. How's your Aunt Lebusha?
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Thank you very much M Jones.
And now it's on to Vienna and let's win a wonkabar there. i should like to know what Shelley is reading right a b o u t now in the event of something happening to this group, this weegeed disaster. "those who once existed" in 1941 and failed to perform their bar mitzvah.
So you're on drugs again?
  it was DIMITRI. Let's move on, scene "I want your horror gagging on the mispelled floor. Fall of the House of Usher Fellig.
    From Daniel E. Slotnik, OBITUARIES, The New York Times for February 26, 2012 - goodbye, au revoir to Dmitri Nabokov, heir to Vladimir and Vera; all of this group, on or off drugs of a different persuasion, "as simple as a butterfly," Lewis Milestone recounted in HOLLYWOOD starring James Mason - "After his mother died in 1991, Mr. Nabokov moved into her apartment in Montreux, where he oversaw the Nabokov estate and where he lived at his death {born May 10, 1934 in Berlin}. . . in his memoir, Mr. Nabokov recalled one of his last exchanges with his father, who died in 1977. They spoke of butterflies, and of a bucolic valley near their home in Switzerland that they had always meant to explore.
    " 'Tears suddenly welled in Father's eyes,' Mr. Nabokov wrote. 'I asked him why. He replied that a certain butterfly was already on the wing; and his eyes told me he no longer hoped that he would live to pursue it again. Nor would he ever visit that enchanted valley on the far side of the lake. But perhaps, in Father's memory, I shall.' "
 bloody 'ell, we've studied the Situation with our flat fact checking for years - he really was a Dmitri Vladimirovich...in ONT: Jolie, Jolie... ..fegelein did this! fegelein fegelein drill instructors barking in donaldduckese..."some enchanted valley you may meet a FEGELEIN eating pistachioes" two more months for the FELLIG show at ICP, opposite the Hippodrome on Avenue of the Americas, Naked City.
I LOVE TIN SUBARUS, COPPER HYUNDAIS, BUT I CONTSTANTINOPLE!
Maybe steel Subarus would work better. Proofread your joke before
posting. Hi, Mickey. How's your Aunt Lebusha?
Auntie just fine, Donno, she's so hornniee. Book those jokes. Big Easy weekend featuring "our" "Stan"'s ACO, 2001, und some other Felligisms. A David Jones monkee in full, pacem. This Old Curiosity Groupe of ours. Steverino spots the alternate titles {Weekend at Auschwitz, anyone?} at the toppermost of the threadsermost; L'Arlesienne Suite No. 2 Farandole this. The Wailing Seventh approaches like a melancholic tree of pish {Hi, pooch; great garden, isn't it?)

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Thank you very much M Jones.
And now it's on to Vienna and let's win a wonkabar there. i should like to know what Shelley is reading right a b o u t now in the event of something happening to this group, this weegeed disaster. "those who once existed" in 1941 and failed to perform their bar mitzvah.
So you're on drugs again?
  it was DIMITRI. Let's move on, scene "I want your horror gagging on the mispelled floor. Fall of the House of Usher Fellig.
    From Daniel E. Slotnik, OBITUARIES, The New York Times for February 26, 2012 - goodbye, au revoir to Dmitri Nabokov, heir to Vladimir and Vera; all of this group, on or off drugs of a different persuasion, "as simple as a butterfly," Lewis Milestone recounted in HOLLYWOOD starring James Mason - "After his mother died in 1991, Mr. Nabokov moved into her apartment in Montreux, where he oversaw the Nabokov estate and where he lived at his death {born May 10, 1934 in Berlin}. . . in his memoir, Mr. Nabokov recalled one of his last exchanges with his father, who died in 1977. They spoke of butterflies, and of a bucolic valley near their home in Switzerland that they had always meant to explore.
    " 'Tears suddenly welled in Father's eyes,' Mr. Nabokov wrote. 'I asked him why. He replied that a certain butterfly was already on the wing; and his eyes told me he no longer hoped that he would live to pursue it again. Nor would he ever visit that enchanted valley on the far side of the lake. But perhaps, in Father's memory, I shall.' "
 bloody 'ell, we've studied the Situation with our flat fact checking for years - he really was a Dmitri Vladimirovich...in ONT: Jolie, Jolie... ..fegelein did this! fegelein fegelein drill instructors barking in donaldduckese..."some enchanted valley you may meet a FEGELEIN eating pistachioes" two more months for the FELLIG show at ICP, opposite the Hippodrome on Avenue of the Americas, Naked City.
I LOVE TIN SUBARUS, COPPER HYUNDAIS, BUT I CONTSTANTINOPLE!
Maybe steel Subarus would work better.  Proofread your joke before
posting.  Hi, Mickey.  How's your Aunt Lebusha?
Auntie just fine, Donno, she's so hornniee. Book those jokes. Big Easy weekend featuring "our" "Stan"'s ACO, 2001, und  some other Felligisms. A David Jones monkee in full, pacem. This Old Curiosity Groupe of ours. Steverino spots the alternate titles {Weekend at Auschwitz, anyone?} at the toppermost of the threadsermost; L'Arlesienne Suite No. 2 Farandole this. The Wailing Seventh approaches like a melancholic tree of pish {Hi, pooch; great garden, isn't it?)
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Thank you very much M Jones.
And now it's on to Vienna and let's win a wonkabar there. "something happened"
    " 'Tears suddenly welled in Father's eyes,' Mr. Nabokov wrote. 'I asked him why. He replied that a certain butterfly was already on the wing; and his eyes told me he no longer hoped that he would live to pursue it again. Nor would he ever visit that enchanted valley on the far side of the lake. But perhaps, in Father's memory, I shall.' "
 bloody 'ell, we've studied the Situation with our flat fact checking for years - he really was a Dmitri Vladimirovich.. fegelein fegelein
I LOVE TIN SUBARUS, COPPER HYUNDAIS, BUT I CONTSTANTINOPLE!
Hi, Mickey. How's your Aunt Lebusha?
for the benefit of Uncle Albert, that u should see again and again and again the pecanissary running a metal detector thru Ypes http://www.benno-muchler.com
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how did you know i really had an uncle albert?
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how did you know i really had an uncle albert?
And now it's on to Putingrad and let's viddy Bonderchuk's tribute to the Natasha and her dancing.
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how did you know i really had an uncle albert?
  And now it's on to Putingrad and let's viddy Bonderchuk's tribute to the Natasha and her dancing.
It's AMK in the Bermuda Triangle.
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Just funnin'
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"Until recently, no ancient historian was more widely read than the first-century soldier-statesman Flavius Josephus, the greatest source of our knowledge of the Holy Land 'between the Testaments.' In many a Victorian home and American Sunday-school library, a copy of William Whiston's translation of Josephus' works, first published in 1737 and reprinted more than 200 times since, held pride of place next to the Scriptures.
"Yet to his own people Josephus remained a pariah - a man who betrayed them in the hour of their greatest crisis. Voicing the view of many, Israeli archaelogist and general Yigael Yadin called Josephus 'a great historian and a bad Jew.'
It's AMK in the Bermuda Triangle.
"In the second and bolder part of 'A Jew Among Romans,' Mr. Raphael casts Josephus as a prototype of the alienated 'un-Jewish Jew' in the Diaspora. Josephus, he contends, was 'the first of many exiles who, whatever their internal dissidence, impersonated conformity with a dominant culture.' There follows a litany of solitaries that Mr. Raphael regards as prefigured by Josephus, from the poet Yehuda Halevi in 11th-century Andalusia to the philosopher Baruch Spinoza in 17th-century Holland, to Sigmund Freud in turn-of-the-century Vienna, to the French film-maker Claude Lanzmann, director of 'Shoah,' who is likened to 'some kind of modern Flavius Josephus, unflaggingly persistant in the retrieval and recording of painful memories.' Torn between contradictory affinities, each bore something of the pathos so evident in Josephus, 'a writer whose Sisyphean exercise was to retrieve what had been lost to his people and to himself." - Benjamin BALINT, writer in Jerusalem, for the Wall Street Journal, 19-20 January 2013
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Turns out, " House of Brede" is a novel by Rumer Godden, who wrote the novel "The River" by Jean Renoir (which showed on TMC tonight)

And in The River, loo and behold we see a younger, more seductive, Mrs. Alexander as one of the three young women enamored by the soldier who lost a leg.

Id never seen this film before. I remembered this thread mentioning House of Brede.
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Thank you very much M Jones.
And now it's on to Vienna and let's win a wonkabar there. i should like to know what Shelley is reading right a b o u t now in the event of something happening to this group, this weegeed disaster. "those who once existed" in 1941 and failed to perform their bar mitzvah.
Commenorating an aging Angelina Jolie showing her leg for all the dogs
to piss on. An aging Billy Crystal bombing at the Kodak. A French
film winning the highest award,

Hollywood might move to France. Some great deals on old Farmhouses.
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During the scene where Wendy sits down to talk to the Doctor in THE
SHINING, a thick blue book is seen behind the doctors head,
immediately to her right. Can anyone identify this book or its author?
This scene has some interesting/relevant books, papers etc scattered
about, but no one's been able to make out the title of this particular
one.
Misner, Thorne, and Wheeler: "Gravitation"
W. H. Freeman, 1973
ISBN 0716703440

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Jan
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You are very sure of yourself, aren't you.

I believe it really is "In this House of Brede." From the author of The River made into the Renoir film with the young Mrs. Alexander.

I suspect Kubrick saw her in The River, and wanted her in ACO and he picked books to appear in The Shining.
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You are very sure of yourself, aren't you.
Just being silly.

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