Psycho-Babble Faith Thread 804

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Faith No More?

Posted by fachad on August 16, 2002, at 22:57:05

Has this board died?

Or is it just the "Dark Night of the Board"?

 

Re: Faith No More?

Posted by BekkaH on August 17, 2002, at 1:37:56

In reply to Faith No More?, posted by fachad on August 16, 2002, at 22:57:05


>
> Or is it just the "Dark Night of the Board"?


Only when it's three o'clock in the morning.

 

Re: Faith No More? fachad

Posted by BeArDedLADY on August 17, 2002, at 5:16:50

In reply to Faith No More?, posted by fachad on August 16, 2002, at 22:57:05

Fachad:

I posted about the Sartre Cookbook. Any idea where I can get it?

http://www.dr-bob.org/babble/faith/20020715/msgs/698.html

http://www.dr-bob.org/babble/faith/20020715/msgs/794.html

 

It's now Psycho-Babble Faithless (nm)

Posted by mist on August 17, 2002, at 10:22:58

In reply to Faith No More?, posted by fachad on August 16, 2002, at 22:57:05

 

Will Bennie make us ageless? mist

Posted by BeArDedLADY on August 17, 2002, at 10:45:16

In reply to It's now Psycho-Babble Faithless (nm), posted by mist on August 17, 2002, at 10:22:58

We shall survive. Let us take ourselves along.

beardy

 

depressionogenic music BeArDedLADY

Posted by mist on August 17, 2002, at 22:16:36

In reply to Will Bennie make us ageless? mist, posted by BeArDedLADY on August 17, 2002, at 10:45:16

Something about EJ gives me a lingering feeling of unease tinged with melancholy (of the "out of sorts," faintly dissatisfied variety). Maybe it's just the fact that a lot of is lyrics sound like gibberish to me.

 

Re: Faith No More? BeArDedLADY

Posted by fachad on August 18, 2002, at 1:55:37

In reply to Re: Faith No More? fachad, posted by BeArDedLADY on August 17, 2002, at 5:16:50

I found the Sartre cookbook on a link on David Chalmers homepage

http://www.u.arizona.edu/~chalmers/

He has a "Philosophical Humor" section

http://www.u.arizona.edu/~chalmers/phil-humor.html

and here is the Sartre Cookbook:

http://icemcfd.com/wayne/sartre-cookbook.html

-fachad


> Fachad:
>
> I posted about the Sartre Cookbook. Any idea where I can get it?
>
> http://www.dr-bob.org/babble/faith/20020715/msgs/698.html
>
> http://www.dr-bob.org/babble/faith/20020715/msgs/794.html
>

 

Thank you for the links! fachad

Posted by BeArDedLADY on August 18, 2002, at 6:56:55

In reply to Re: Faith No More? BeArDedLADY, posted by fachad on August 18, 2002, at 1:55:37

The humor section is hilarious. My husband, the philosophy major in my life who, in his younger days, was never without his trusty Portable Nietzsche, will love the site.

beardy

 

my favorite song of all time mist

Posted by BeArDedLADY on August 18, 2002, at 7:01:17

In reply to depressionogenic music BeArDedLADY, posted by mist on August 17, 2002, at 22:16:36

I always loved Bernie Taupin's lyrics when I was a kid, and that happens to be my favorite song of all time. (That's not to say my favorite songs are good songs; Thin Lizzy's "The Boys are Back in Town" is near the top of the list for personal reasons!) But I love the reverb in "Bennie," and I like to sing it in the shower. I think someone like Tori Amos should remake it.

Welcome to the faithless. (Maybe they are blinded.)

beardy

 

Re: my favorite song of all time BeArDedLADY

Posted by mist on August 18, 2002, at 10:26:55

In reply to my favorite song of all time mist, posted by BeArDedLADY on August 18, 2002, at 7:01:17

> I always loved Bernie Taupin's lyrics when I was a kid, and that happens to be my favorite song of all time.

That's probably because you understand it (and his other songs) and I don't! They just make me confuuuuuuuuuuused. :) I did like the sound of them at one point though, but they have a different effect on me now. In general, I've grown less and less fond of lyrics in music and prefer instrumentals.

 

Re: Thank you for the links! BeArDedLADY

Posted by fachad on August 18, 2002, at 17:46:32

In reply to Thank you for the links! fachad, posted by BeArDedLADY on August 18, 2002, at 6:56:55

David Chalmers is a really incredible philosopher. He is at University of Arizona, where I got a B.A. in philosophy years ago. I wish I was a few years younger so my college years could have corresponded with his tenure there...

> The humor section is hilarious. My husband, the philosophy major in my life who, in his younger days, was never without his trusty Portable Nietzsche, will love the site.
>
> beardy
>


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