Wednesday, November 27, 2019

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'Jersey Shore': Absolutely Everything You Need to Know ...

Showbiz Cheat Sheet-Nov. 23, 2019
20 wedding at an elegant New Jersey destination to her fiancé, Chris ... Tonight revealed other details from the Jersey Shore star's lavish Wednesday wedding.
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Shameless plugs, a bizarre interpretive dance routine and a ...

Daily Mail-Nov. 19, 2019
Host Sylvia Jeffreys described the wedding as, 'a beautiful day and a pretty .... Cam and Jules talked presenter Sylvia through the lavish details of their wedding, ...
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Porsha Williams Shares Some Juicy Details About Her ...

Celebrity Insider (blog)-Nov. 22, 2019
Porsha Williams Shares Some Juicy Details About Her Upcoming Lavish Wedding With Dennis McKinley After The Cheating Scandals That Rocked 'Real ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

I ask myself, however: what if spontaneous censorship typesetters became
would a common phenomenon, would be the results encouraging, - I'm not even talking for
art, but for society? Enough to give your imagination to see
as if in some terrible dream, the possibility of a more General phenomenon: I
referring to the uprising of the so-called "ordinary people", people from the street, against
the entire "intelligentsia" in General, whose irresponsible actions threaten all.
Not to sentence to death those physicists with their atomic bombs, these biologists
with their biological warfare, these philosophers with their tower of Babel
issues, these professors with their tendency to break down human brains, these
journalists with their sensational reports, the latest of these artists with their
violent deformations of the latest novelists and poets with their motto
"it is written has no consequences"? Some semblance of this uprising against
intellectuals and the nostalgia for barbarism we saw in the original
the cult of "life" and rampant flattery "of the people" during Nazi Germany.
Sketched me a nightmarish vision has not so many chances to become
reality - not because it seems to me that people do not have enough for this
anger, but because they, fortunately, lacks the power to satisfy
it this way. But humanity may face even more bad
reality. People lack power, but totalitarian States have
the power to forcibly control morality - their particular morality
the works of intellect, and primarily art and poetry. In this
case, as we have shown, the regime of Hitler and Stalin, the creative force be
responsible to the Government and obedient to the State; the artist and
a writer are his main moral obligation to the policy; equal
they must adapt to the aesthetic principles, as they form
The state posing as an exponent and defender of the interests of the people.
The state no longer casts Homer as he naively discretional Plato. It
trying to tame it.