All higher knowledge in her presence falls/Degraded.
Oh, sigh. That is how I roll, too, Flavia.
Medusa and I have considered, on various occasions, starting such a school, but alas, we never seem to get the financing together :) (In other words, you're singing my song, sister.)
Ha! I love this. To bring up another old catch-phrase: been there, done that, saw the movie and got the t-shirt.
Yeah, funding would be a problem. But maybe this video could serve as the first course in a distance-learning program?
i thought you were talking about literary criticism in this post for way too long.
It took my five minutes (real time) and looking at the video to understand what this post was about.Sigh. Once upon a time, I had a life . . . .(Happily) Married PCH in SD
PCH: well, it's a cultural reference that possibly only a small segment of the population gets--I'm thinking maybe those between the ages of 40 and 25. (Though 25 may actually be way too young. . . Bro, if you're reading this, would "busting a move" in its secondary--or, okay, in any--sense be a term your college friends would understand?)As for YOU, G-Fav, who sent me email along the same lines--you have no excuse. I'm 95% certain that song was played at your wedding. Ask our friend Amelia what it's all about--better yet, ask her to sing it.
Oh, and Lurkfish: I completely misunderstood your comment when I first read (and responded to it)--I thought you were being sarcastic.It's hilarious to me that you (I think?) actually thought there must be literary-critical content here. Because, you know: my blog is that high-toned.
I'd say it'd be about 60% among my friends who are, of course, hipper than most.
sadly, i only get the Goldilocks reference.
My brain is running on about 10% capacity. Students? Is that what it's about? God, no need to explain it to me - it's like explaining a great joke to the village idiot at the table for 10 minutes...Thanks for the video, though!
10 days later and I'm still not sure what it means. I was thinking way more deep, existential crisis. Thank god for the (smarter than me) commenters. I know all the words to the song, though, fwiw.
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