Monthly Archives: July 2011

Now and Later

The audience is much more well behaved in the first one.

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No, for real, it’s a great, surrealist film from 1927. Enjoy yourselves. Everywhen.

“All life’s consequences seem to connect, beginning from that point of inarticulation.  An infrequent obvious and the incidental  unearthed.”

Richard Scxhildgen

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Somnambulist

Origin: 
1790–1800;  < Neo-Latin somnambulismus,  equivalent to somn (us ) sleep + ambul ( āre ) to walk + -ismus – ism

 an abnormal condition of sleep in which motor acts (as walking)are performed
 actions characteristic of somnambulism
som·nam·bu·lis·tic Pronunciation:  /(ˌ)säm-ˌnam-byə-ˈlis-tik/
Function: adj 


—Related forms

Conversation

— Coercion—

Decline—

Famous Quotation:
            “A reactionary is a somnambulist walking backwards.”
                                                                                              Franklin D. Roosevelt