Wednesday, November 27, 2019

Story image for lavish wedding from Washington Post

Alex Ovechkin's wedding ended with him dancing shirtless to ...

Washington Post-Jul. 8, 2017
Alex Ovechkin married his longtime girlfriend, Anastasia Shubskaya, last year, but on Saturday, the couple decided to hold a lavish reception, which Shubskaya ...
Story image for lavish wedding from ABC News

This couple's enchanting Fairy Tale wedding at Disneyland ...

ABC News-Sep. 21, 2017
Happily ever after has nothing on this Disney-obsessed couple. Sarah Kabiling and Gilbert Hernandez tied the knot on Sept. 8 with a lavish Fairy Tale wedding ...
Story image for lavish wedding from Daily Mail

Say 'I do' in a Mira Zwillinger wedding dress like Elisabeth ...

Daily Mail-Jul. 24, 2017
Society event: Scenes inside the lavish nuptials show the 48-year-old mother-of-four and her third husband spared no expense when it came to their wedding.
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All About Meghan McCain's Incredible Wedding Menu: Wild ... 1, 2017
The food at Meghan McCain's wedding was pretty wild, literally. For her Nov. 21 nuptials to conservative pundit Ben Domenech at the McCain family ranch in ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

Marquis de Sade -- was a contemporary of the revolution. More precisely, it
inexhaustible creativity finds a delicate balance between
lawless law of desire and the meticulous ordering
discursive representation. The order of discourse finds its
Limit and its Law, although it is still in force
to coexist with the fact that he manages. Undoubtedly, in this
is the principle of "debauchery", which was the last word
the Western world (and then begins the era of sexuality): the libertine --
it is he who, obeying all the whims and desires of all his
the raves, not only can but must bring to light the slightest
the traffic light is clear and knowingly used performance.
Dirty life there is a strict order: each view
should immediately desilets in the living flesh of desire, and any
desire must be expressed in the clear light of the discourse representation.
Hence the strict sequence of "scenes" (the Garden scene
-- this orderly disorder of submission), and inside
scenes a carefully maintained balance between
combinatorics bodies and grip reasons. It's possible that "Justine" and
"Juliette" is the same key at the cradle of modern
culture, which is "don Quixote" between regeneration and
classicism. The hero of Cervantes by interpreting the world of communication and language
so, as it did in the sixteenth century, decoding only
with the help of similarity Inns as castles, and peasants as
ladies, confined, unwittingly, in the mode of net
performance; however, because this view had in
as law only the likeness, it could not avoid his
appearance in comic form of delirium. But in the second part of the novel don
Quixote learned this presented the world his truth and his
the law; to him nothing else was to expect from this
the book, in which he was born, he did not read, but
but where you had to follow fate, henceforth imposed