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Where did I put that?

2014.11.28 02:12 Timoleonwash Where did I put that?

Oh my best Beloved, "Old age hath yet its honor and it's toil...," and for me now, one of the toils is remembering where i put... HENCE:
Note to officials: I, nom de plume Timoleon Wash, am a journalist. My 'newspaper' is this subreddit, other subs and reddit user names. In my newspaper I act as reporter and editor and publisher. Reddit.com is my printer and distributor.
Publisned around the 2nd of April, Anno Domini 2,014 Easy, practical solutions to some of America's pressing problems. here And discussions can be found at the sub /PoliticalDiscussion posted by user JustLookingAroundRdt.
Publisned on Monday, the 2nd of June, Anno Domini 2,014 at 1:01 PM Pacific A preliminary foray into the world of atheists. here
Published on Sunday, the 18th of May, Anno Domini 2,014 at 9:34 PM Pacific Another Modest Proposal Discussions on AskReddit and PoliticalDiscussion ᄽὁȍ ̪ őὀᄿ And here and here and here and here.
Published on Friday, the 16th of May, Anno Domini 2,014 at 3:04 PM Pacific SCUBA Diving Q/A here ♥‿♥
Published on Tuesday, the 29th of April, Anno Domini 2,014 at 10:22 AM Pacific Essay on Driving Safely here (╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻
Published on Thursday, the 24th of April, Anno Domini 2,014 at 11:36 AM Pacific The advent of nationwide sobriety check points here ლ(ಠ益ಠლ)
Published on Monday, the 21st of April, Anno Domini 2,014 at 6:24 AM Pacific Where might one find lost weight? here (ᵔᴥᵔ)
Published on Monday, the 21st of April, Anno Domini 2,014 at 3:48 AM Pacific Why I AM, and AM NOT, a Communist. here ๏̯͡๏﴿
The 14h of April Anno Domini 2,014 at 9:24 PM Pacific The Moon Jellyfish of Mission Bay San Diego here
Anno Domini 2,014 April 2nd 3:23 AM Pacific The facts in the case of the mysterious disappearance of Malaysia Flight #370 are here
Anno Domini 2014 March 29th 5:56 PM Pacific Why did our Minutemen stand in a line to fight the Redcoats? Because
TODAY I LEARNED (TIL)
LANGUAGES Anno Domini 2,014 March 31st 2:52 AM Pacific
Aristotle taught me that a good, well rounded, liberal education consists of the 4 R's: Reading, wRiting, aRithmetic (in the ole days known as Reckoning) and Rhetoric; as well as Music and Athletics (not sports). Sadly, liberal education has all but vanished in 2014 America. With the advent of the industrial age and its subsequent specialization, tradecraft became paramount; how to do rather than how to be. Nevertheless my Beloved, I invite you to join me on an adventure in language.
GERMAN The language of our forefathers, in part anyway. Some claim around 26% of English is of Germanic origin, the bulk of the remaining from Latin, Greek and French. Here's a Christmas song for you my Beloved.
GREEK As the original language of Western Civilization, here's a simple Greek Alphabet song.. And The Lord's Prayer in Greek.
LATIN As the successor of Greek and the language of our civilization for over a millennium, here's the text and a video of the ever popular Christmas Carol, Adeste Fideles. Something I appreciate about Latin: If one, today, who can read Latin were to pick up a 2,000 year old text, they could with little difficulty read it. Try that with English I wonder how long English as we write it today will last...
ARAMAIC A dialect of which Jesus spoke at His last supper. As close to the Hebrew Dialect of Aramaic I can get, my interpretation of some of his statements then.
LIBRIVOX.ORG recordings
Verbal RHETORIC
Voice Lessons
  1. Relax. 2 cleansing breaths. Straighten spine all the way to the head.
  2. Think of creating a ball of air by tightening your diaphragm and forming the ball in your head; i.e. mouth and nasal passages. Discover that low notes are created much lower in the body, more throat and mouth, than high notes created above in the nasal cavity.
  3. Get formal training 1st in diction.
Formal EDUCATION
Harrison Middleton University, HMU, is the first accredited, 100% online, (skype strongly recommended) graduate level liberal arts opportunity I've found. As their student, oh best Beloved, I'll be keeping some of my course work here so I won't lose it :)
Text books How to Read a Book by Mortimer Adler. The Great Conversation (Great Books of the Western World) by Robert Maynard Hutchins (Editor) Great Books of the Western World by by Mortimer J. Adler, Clifton Fadiman and Philip W. Goetz.
Courses HMU 506 - Plato, 520 - Calvin.
HMU MIND MAPS
Anno Domini 2,014 April 7th at 5:22 AM Pacific Map from HMU's Cornerstone course.
Anno Domini 2,014 April 4th at 1:06 PM Pacific Map of Adler's "The Great Conversation"
Anno Domini 2,014 March 21st at 4:54 PM Pacific Map of "How to Read a Book" by Adler.
Reposted from 3/14 - 342 108 ???
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2014.03.30 01:48 Timoleonwash WHERE DID I PUT THAT?

Oh my best Beloved, "Old age hath yet its honor and it's toil...," and for me now, one of the toils is remembering where i put... HENCE:
Note to officials: I, nom de plume Timoleon Wash, am a journalist. My 'newspaper' is this subreddit, other subs and reddit user names. In my newspaper I act as reporter and editor and publisher. Reddit.com is my printer and distributor.
Publisned around the 2nd of April, Anno Domini 2,014 Easy, practical solutions to some of America's pressing problems. here And discussions can be found at the sub /PoliticalDiscussion posted by user JustLookingAroundRdt.
Publisned on Monday, the 2nd of June, Anno Domini 2,014 at 1:01 PM Pacific A preliminary foray into the world of atheists. here
Published on Sunday, the 18th of May, Anno Domini 2,014 at 9:34 PM Pacific Another Modest Proposal Discussions on AskReddit and PoliticalDiscussion ᄽὁȍ ̪ őὀᄿ And here and here and here and here.
Published on Friday, the 16th of May, Anno Domini 2,014 at 3:04 PM Pacific SCUBA Diving Q/A here ♥‿♥
Published on Tuesday, the 29th of April, Anno Domini 2,014 at 10:22 AM Pacific Essay on Driving Safely here (╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻
Published on Thursday, the 24th of April, Anno Domini 2,014 at 11:36 AM Pacific The advent of nationwide sobriety check points here ლ(ಠ益ಠლ)
Published on Monday, the 21st of April, Anno Domini 2,014 at 6:24 AM Pacific Where might one find lost weight? here (ᵔᴥᵔ)
Published on Monday, the 21st of April, Anno Domini 2,014 at 3:48 AM Pacific Why I AM, and AM NOT, a Communist. here ๏̯͡๏﴿
The 14h of April Anno Domini 2,014 at 9:24 PM Pacific The Moon Jellyfish of Mission Bay San Diego here
Anno Domini 2,014 April 2nd 3:23 AM Pacific The facts in the case of the mysterious disappearance of Malaysia Flight #370 are here
Anno Domini 2014 March 29th 5:56 PM Pacific Why did our Minutemen stand in a line to fight the Redcoats? Because
TODAY I LEARNED (TIL)
LANGUAGES Anno Domini 2,014 March 31st 2:52 AM Pacific
Aristotle taught me that a good, well rounded, liberal education consists of the 4 R's: Reading, wRiting, aRithmetic (in the ole days known as Reckoning) and Rhetoric; as well as Music and Athletics (not sports). Sadly, liberal education has all but vanished in 2014 America. With the advent of the industrial age and its subsequent specialization, tradecraft became paramount; how to do rather than how to be. Nevertheless my Beloved, I invite you to join me on an adventure in language.
GERMAN The language of our forefathers, in part anyway. Some claim around 26% of English is of Germanic origin, the bulk of the remaining from Latin, Greek and French. Here's a Christmas song for you my Beloved.
GREEK As the original language of Western Civilization, here's a simple Greek Alphabet song.. And The Lord's Prayer in Greek.
LATIN As the successor of Greek and the language of our civilization for over a millennium, here's the text and a video of the ever popular Christmas Carol, Adeste Fideles. Something I appreciate about Latin: If one, today, who can read Latin were to pick up a 2,000 year old text, they could with little difficulty read it. Try that with English I wonder how long English as we write it today will last...
ARAMAIC A dialect of which Jesus spoke at His last supper. As close to the Hebrew Dialect of Aramaic I can get, my interpretation of some of his statements then.
LIBRIVOX.ORG recordings
Verbal RHETORIC
Voice Lessons
  1. Relax. 2 cleansing breaths. Straighten spine all the way to the head.
  2. Think of creating a ball of air by tightening your diaphragm and forming the ball in your head; i.e. mouth and nasal passages. Discover that low notes are created much lower in the body, more throat and mouth, than high notes created above in the nasal cavity.
  3. Get formal training 1st in diction.
Formal EDUCATION
Harrison Middleton University, HMU, is the first accredited, 100% online, (skype strongly recommended) graduate level liberal arts opportunity I've found. As their student, oh best Beloved, I'll be keeping some of my course work here so I won't lose it :)
Text books How to Read a Book by Mortimer Adler. The Great Conversation (Great Books of the Western World) by Robert Maynard Hutchins (Editor) Great Books of the Western World by by Mortimer J. Adler, Clifton Fadiman and Philip W. Goetz.
Courses HMU 506 - Plato, 520 - Calvin.
HMU MIND MAPS
Anno Domini 2,014 April 7th at 5:22 AM Pacific Map from HMU's Cornerstone course.
Anno Domini 2,014 April 4th at 1:06 PM Pacific Map of Adler's "The Great Conversation"
Anno Domini 2,014 March 21st at 4:54 PM Pacific Map of "How to Read a Book" by Adler.
Added HMU 506 - Plato, on Sunday the 18th of September, Anno Domini 2,014 at 3:26 AM Pacific
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