Archive for the ‘anthropology’ Tag

OZ

So these two friends of Dorothy’s came across one Caitlyn Jenner, and one said to the other ” Toto, I don’t think we’re in Kansas anymore!”

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TEARS

Most of us get tears in our eyes when we listen to Rachmaninoff.

Putin, the poor, impoverished sop, gets tears in his eyes when a motorcycle gang drives by, with a large Russian flag on board.

Last Supper

 

 

So this cannibal opened a fresh skull, and asked his girlfriend:

 

 

” D’you wand a piece of mind?”

 

 

” The dick’s on me!” she said.

 

 

All in a Name

 

I didn’t know, but this CNN guy Richard Quest has a twin brother.

So I said to him, Richard, we don’t see your brother Onry much!?

And he said, you have to ask for him….

 

Millions Over

Despite misguided police actions caused by the loss of hundreds of their own, Nobody shoots and kills Blacks, like Blacks do.

Particularly in Central Africa.

Despite drones, Nobody kills Muslims, like Muslims do.

Especially in Syria and what Sunnis can when it comes to Shia’s, plus those wonderful Taliban. Hundreds of thousands, more than a guess.

Despite Western economic threats and erstwhile German insanity, Nobody kills Russians, like Russians did and still do, in gulags, through deliberate famines, in orphanages and through show trials. Like ‘father’ Stalin’s millions, without blinking an eye.

Funny how those who kill and ‘avenge’ constantly evoke an outside enemy, but will not first recognize and deal with the pure evil in the hearts of their own.

O China!

What drives the population in Cathay is not  sex and fertility, but a  huge number of reincarnations! You know, frogs, pelicans, princesses…

Pacific Matters

We forget that islands are mountain tops, some of them former volcanoes. As is the case with Easter Island, because the huge Moai statues there were hewn out of volcanic rock, a thousand years ago. And what’s absolutely unique about these stone creations that most of them face inland. The indigenous Polynesian tribes creating them, not as a symbolic force, facing away to scare off potential invaders, but having them emerge from the waters, coming ashore in great numbers to protect them from other dangers, even themselves perhaps. Statues with elongated heads and torsos, as if wading towards you through waist high water, legs hidden, arriving, when everywhere else anything ‘foreign’ would not have been welcome. The Chinese Terracotta Warriorsfor instance, where were they facing? For this says more about a people than those creations themselves… and in proper context one day making a magnificent literary metaphor!

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