@Semiogogue Read The Signs I am the Eater of Crow. 馃嚭馃嚫 (馃嚛馃嚜馃嚠馃嚬馃嚞馃嚙馃嚝馃嚪馃嚞馃嚪) Known for 'not being terse' Sufficient Within Myself

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Fuck around and find out.

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Laugh at him if you will, but he will crush your bones and eat your marrow.

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"Womans Sporting Fashion, 1820s." Lovely bow.

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"Snuff box made of rolled gold and opalescent glass, French, 1779." FROG POWER.

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"Detailed wax anatomical model (c. 1787) housed at the Javier Puerta Museum. Models like this were used for teaching anatomy to medical students at a time when few bodies were available for dissection." A poem in wax. A poem of Yama/Gemini/Dioscuri.

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"Gold marten's head with jewels, meant to be fitted over a marten's pelt. Venice, Italy, 1550-1559." File under: Fucking Awesome High resolution image.

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"Upper valance, cornice & corbels of a state bed for King James II, by royal joiner Thomas Roberts, 1688. Upholstered in Genoese velvet w/ extensive contrasting tufted passementerie, the bed bears his cypher overgilt. The finials are the lion & the unicorn from the royal arms."

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"Marble head of the goddess Hygeia, Goddess of Health, 5th - 4th century BC. Hygeia was daughter of Asklepios (god of medicine & healing). This sculpture was found at a healing sanctuary dedicated to him in Feneos, Peloponnese, Greece."

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"Roman glass jug with a smaller glass jug inside 鈥 a so called joke jar that shows the skill of the glassmaker. Probably made in workshop in Cologne, found in burial in Stein am Rhein, Switzerland, 4th c. AD."

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@herkosO It was written by Gaiman. That's the main point. As such it's subversive from top to bottom. 'Change is inevitable' (Progress) Perhaps go back and read it again, and see how you feel about it.

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@ExcessOfLiberty @5NV2000 Pretending you are unaware that time is often referred to as the fourth dimension is tiresome.

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@Semiogogue Chess .com doesn't exist in the physical world. And chess notation clearly uses x and y coordinates as descriptives. Not all games are timed either. https://t.co/HnsAXseXO7
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@ExcessOfLiberty They take place within time, to the extent they are necessarily sequential As for space, is this 'tennis'?

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Gen X right now:
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@herkosO Yep. Me too. This specific comic, in fact.

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"Minuet". Frank Eugene, American (Printer F. Bruckmann Verlag, Munich). 1900, printed 1909."

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"A scramasax discovered in Sk盲lby, Sweden, in 2021. The a short weapon with a decorated wooden grip is well preserved, despite the passage of more than 1,100 years. Measuring about 40 cm in length, with an extremely decorative handle, it was discovered at the bottom of a well."

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"Visiting dress. American, 1845鈥1850." High resolution image.

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"Frankish belts found in Duesminde, Denmark, 825-875 AD."

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"Visigoth necklace with pearls of glass and amber, ca. AD 160-230."

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I stand with him, acknowledging the wisdom of his words.

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@Mr_Morbicuck @C_Leipoldt He was off 'looking at roof'...

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Coming up in about 2 hours I'll be doing a livestream and taking questions at 10:30 pm US Eastern Time. Might even have a guest or two. We'll see. Check it out! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FHBaRHMLioo

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Wherein we see that the Labor phase of the control sequence is as capable of feigning 'conservative' concerns as the Tory phase is 'progressive' ones. And yet power remains right where it's always been, in the hands of THIS woman!
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"Campden Hill, London. Bill Brandt, British (born Germany), April 1949."

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"A woman with her baby monkey, New Jersey. Diane Arbus, American, 1971, printed later."

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"The Penitent Magdalen. Georges de La Tour, French, ca. 1640."

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"Album of Tournaments and Parades in Nuremberg Germany. Late 16th鈥搈id-17th century."

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"Album of Tournaments and Parades in Nuremberg Germany. Late 16th鈥搈id-17th century." https://t.co/tXX5TJMAp0
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"Harness ornament. Italian, late 16th鈥揺arly 17th century."
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"Pendants for Horse Trappings. Spanish & Portuguese, 15th century."

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"Pendants for Horse Trappings. Spanish & Portuguese, 15th century."

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Another way of saying 'escalation'. Which is another way of saying 'we're losing'.

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That wasn't the point? Weird. You said it was impossible to explain the US to people on other continents. I guess it was a coded message. As for 'reply guys' my understanding has been that they're people who can't resist showing up in your replies, often to contest some trivial鈥
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@treblewoe Wasn't the point that it would be impossible to explain the distances involved to anyone on the continent of Asia?

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I'm not sure it's Russia 'getting probed'. Seems quite the opposite.

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@Salmiakki2800 @ArthurKuntler Occult knowledge is not for the many, but the few!

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Fucking hell...
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A young woman in a long dress stepping forward to pour water from her hands into the mouth of an African man sitting in front of her, his arms raised in thanks; empty basket on the ground, trees and tropical landscape in the background. William Say, Britain, 1796.
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@JimmyThomist @OvertonFugitive @witte_sergei Given the importance of railroads to Russian logistical doctrine it seems likely Ukraine will target this set of junctions, particularly because they can use them to support their own advance, as well as denying them to Russia.

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Coming up in about an hour, at 2pm US Eastern time, I'll be joined by @real_gtk who will discuss the recent Spring 2023 event he hosted, some of the ideas shared, and his view of the road ahead. Don't miss it! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_VrbyWKXw9E

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This man, Ramadamnsweet Ramachakram, 36, a native of Lubbock Texas, survived no fewer than SIX highly yonic karmic assignations through the punctilious application of this simple technique.
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1st image shows the 1st yoni mudra, employed by longhouse witches when their men's eyes are on other things. 2nd shows the 2nd yoni mudra, to be used defensively by afflicted husbands, creating an apotropaic thoughtform of the 'man cave' as a subtle etheric manifestation.

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@BrodyRyngo Well, you have certain cultural advantages as regards this material...

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1st image shows the 1st yoni mudra, employed by longhouse witches when their men's eyes are on other things. 2nd shows the 2nd yoni mudra, to be used defensively by afflicted husbands, creating an apotropaic thoughtform of the 'man cave' as a subtle etheric manifestation.
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Coming up tomorrow, Thursday June 8th at 2pm US Eastern time I'll be joined by @real_gtk who will discuss the recent Spring 2023 event he hosted, some of the ideas shared, and his view of the road ahead. Don't miss it! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_VrbyWKXw9E

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Conduct yourself accordingly...

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Now, 'kitty cats' on the other hand, is traditional...

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@JimmyThomist @OvertonFugitive Here's a map from 1866. It shows pre-reservoir contours. I expect, based on this, that certain opportunities could be created.

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@OvertonFugitive @JimmyThomist Also, I think what happens downstream is less important than what happens upstream. Russia can now no longer keep the upstream reservoir full. That has implications for cooling as well as defending the nuclear power plant. And also probably changes the defensibility of their鈥

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The Ukrainians control a series of dams upstream from the one in question. Five I believe. For months they've used them to accumulate water upstream of this dam. Bear that in mind as you look at this water level graph. And ask yourselves where the sudden huge amount of water鈥 https://t.co/Rj3pV2doSL https://t.co/kgyzNVhzUt https://t.co/S6MQkhuzAB
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The Ukrainians control a series of dams upstream from the one in question. Five I believe. For months they've used them to accumulate water upstream of this dam. Bear that in mind as you look at this water level graph. And ask yourselves where the sudden huge amount of water鈥https://twitter.com/aborealis940/status/1666009876810678272

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@politicaanis Is this where you pretend it's the only dam on the river? Is this where you pretend there aren't something like SIX of them? What about all the dams upstream? Why not block the several upstream dams then, over which Ukraine has control? Then it wouldn't matter if Russia blew up鈥

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"Cloisters Playing Cards, South Netherlandish, ca. 1475鈥80."

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"The first automobile, Benz Patent Motor Car. 1886."

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What's all this then? @MrPrudentialist?

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The intensification of imbecilic slobbering, hacking, blubbering and cutting continues.

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@Bulkington__ @iohndee Sorry. I couldn't resist. I only said it because I'm so angry and resentful about how I get fucked with medical care costs.

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@BankerWeimar @basic_chanel As has now been proven in a court of law.

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Possibly an inspiration to the #LCMS? @TurnipMerchant

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"Siberian bear hunting armor from the 19th century."

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"Siberian bear hunting armor from the 19th century."

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"An embroidered seal bag made C.1280 to hold the Great Seal of King Edward I of England. Made from wool with a linen lining, it is the only known surviving example of wool inlaid work from England."

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@MillennialWoes One of life's best-kept secrets...

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@7z3y_mNm You'll get yours smart mouth!

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I totally disavow this. This is literally 'demonization'. So unfair.

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New link of the previous stream. Total meltdown. Hopefully it will work now. Going live in a couple of minutes. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v2UK4_gnHko

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Coming up tonight at 11 pm US Eastern Time. I'll be engaging in some speculation & reviewing the latest news. Don't miss it! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WZA2zz4X7vA

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"Woman's jacket; linen, silk, metal; British, ca. 1616."

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"Afternoon ensemble. Designer Raudnitz and Co. - Huet and Ch茅ruit (French). Designer: Madame Virot, 1898鈥1900."

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@MrPrudentialist Here's another one from America, from 1860 or so.

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"Pelerine. American, 1900鈥1903."

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"Lounge suit. American, late 1840s."

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"Mourning ensemble. American, ca. 1840."

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"Album of Photographs of Views of the Interior of the Ottoman Military Museum in the Former Church of St. Irene, Constantinople (Vues de Sainte Ir猫ne, Constantinople). Photographer Abdullah Fr猫res, 1891." https://t.co/rc4EnOysNA
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"Album of Photographs of Views of the Interior of the Ottoman Military Museum in the Former Church of St. Irene, Constantinople (Vues de Sainte Ir猫ne, Constantinople). Photographer Abdullah Fr猫res, 1891."

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"The two Fanjingshan Temples, around 500 years old, are among the most remote Buddhist temples in China."

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"A box-bed (also known as a closed bed or close bed) is a traditional furnishing in Brittany (France) & western Britain. In homes usually with only one room, the box-bed allowed some privacy & helped keep people warm during winter. Some of them were built in double-decker form."

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"One of the twins Castor and Pollux out of two colossal statues in pentelic marble depicting the Dioscuri. The piece still displays some original painting. From Baia, Campania, 2nd century AD. National Archaeological Museum in Naples, Italy."

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Make the world safe for Hypnocrisy.

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"King's attendant. Polychromed terracotta head and wooden limbs; body of wire wrapped in tow; silk and satin garments with silver and gold metallic thread; brass dagger in velvet sheath. Attributed to Giuseppe Sanmartino Italian, second half 18th century. Metropolitan Museum of鈥

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Well. It's official. Checking my bed for scorpions every single night has not been a waste of time. Little guy though. Like an inch long curled up the way it is in the photo.

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'Woke' British propaganda, targeting women. British, probably Stafforshire or Sunderland, ca. 1820

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@Oceanave1980 Was it though?

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@Oceanave1980 Ew. I always thought The Highlander TV show guy comparison had more merit.

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I don't think this is funny at all. You're all grounded and on restriction.

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This whole thing with how Iranians insist on the EXTRA LONG baseball cap bill or brim is just out of control.

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As I've said many times: people foolishly claim it's our children who will suffer from all this in the future. The reality is that it's our elderly suffering from it greatly. Right now.

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I hadn't realized that Arthur Conan Doyle wrote a number of stories set in Australia. This is the beginning of the best of them I've read thus far. Definitely made me think immediately of @Mr_Morbicuck.

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@uMarhobane @mat1dog In the Black Sea region of Turkey they have nose contests. Or used to do. The big nose is a regional thing. I have an Armenian friend, raised in Turkey, who now lives in the US. His nose is almost as big as this guy's here (a Turk, I believe).

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How could you not admire this man? https://t.co/6zx7nKffbd https://t.co/EDaGK44iLf
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How could you not admire this man?
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"Rose Gate Jaipur Palace Jaipur Rajasthan India."

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Coming up in about an hour at 3pm US Eastern I'll be joined by @VerseByHat in discussion of poets & the lives they've lived. Don't miss it! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ON2h66wlojw

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Coming up tomorrow at 3pm US Eastern I'll be joined by @VerseByHat in discussion of poets & the lives they've lived. Don't miss it! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ON2h66wlojw

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@SalmonfishXXX @giantgio Sobranie, Nat Sherman. Or my favorite rolling tobacco, Three Castles.

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"Top hat. French, ca. 1820."

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"Military hat. Italian, early 19th century."

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"Sofa by John Henry Belter. American, 1850鈥1860."

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"Keep it up lads, we're winning!" https://t.co/9S7Cvc6ZnT https://t.co/fDgXdYYFSw
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"Keep it up lads, we're winning!"
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"Chimneys & windows of the royal Chateau de Chambord at Loir-et-Cher, France. Built in French Renaissance style around 1547, Chambord is the largest chateau in the Loire & was never completed. Leonardo da Vinci spent time in it and is said to have been involved in its design."

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"Clock by Simon Willard. American, 1825鈥1830."

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Caught a local lizard in the shop and snapped a pic before I put him out.

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Saw this over on @MorgothsReview's account on the other platform. It's an important signal we should all be aware of. And consider the broader implications of... https://t.me/MorgothsReview/3964

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"Hat. American, ca. 1825."

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"Hat. Russian, fourth quarter 18th century."

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"Hat. Italian, 16th century."

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"Hat. French, ca. 1811." How can any of you deny FROG POWER?

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"Hat. American, ca. 1810."

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"Hat. French, 1830s."

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"Hat. French, ca. 1864."

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"Child's Day Bonnet. British, ca. 1815."

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"Hat. American or European, 1810鈥14. As early as 1727 a French visitor to London noted that the "small hats of straw are vastly becoming. Ladies of the highest rank are thus attired when they go walking or make a simple visit." These straw or "chip" hats were worn pinned or tied鈥

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@CalvinBlair16 Iggy Pop references ensure you'll never be blocked...

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"Gold Mermaid Saltcellar Cup, studded with 184 rubies, diamonds, and two pieces of agate. France or Florence, 16th Century." High resolution image.

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"Viking jewelry found in Gr枚tlingbo Parish, Gotland, Sweden."

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"Purse belonging to Cardinal Wolsey. Leather, metal thread, silk satin and silver, between 1500-1529. The inner clasp is inscribed: 鈥楥ardinalis Ts. Wolse IVXVIII鈥 and 鈥楩idei coticula crux鈥."

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"Chateau de Sully-sur-Loire, constructed across several centuries, converted to a palatial seigneurial residence, in Loiret, France. It is a chateau-fort, a true castle surrounded with a defensive moat, built to control one of the few sites where the Loire can be forded."

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"Ball gown. American, ca. 1820." High resolution image.

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@CalvinBlair16 Except I'm in no position to complain much about it since I constantly do it to everyone else...

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Total domination. lmao