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Xah Lee
author of JavaScript in Depth.
author of JavaScript in Depth.


haven't been on google plus for a few months now.
i thought i'm abandoning it.
just saw +John Baez 's post on twitter. Always ignite my math desire.
it's usually little things that get me started.
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hi everyone, today we have a Google Hangout at 6 pm (California Time), random chat about emacs. if you feel like it, hop on. I think i'll post the google hangout url 10 min before. (haven't done this before)

you can learn about google hangout at i think you need a google/gmail account.

this is informal, of course. Am ackward at social events, but some random emacs chat could be fun. Haven't done this before. Hope the video tech side will go smooth. Drop in 5 min or so to say hi is good. Gotta try it.

so far, we have i think at about 4 people counting me. it's gonna be fun.

if you like to join, best to email me with your email, so i can send you a invite from google calendar. In case i was not able to find out how to do public hangout, then it's just those of use who have invites.

twitter thread here

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songs, feminism, sissy, swastika, china, russia

Sweet dreams are made of this

I travel the world
And the 7 seas — Everybody's looking for something

Some of them want to use u
Some of them want to get used by u
Some of them want to abuse u
Some of them want to be abused

Eurythmics ♪ Sweet Dreams

And here's another Eurythmics'. This one, a music against God. 'was back in 1986.
Eurythmics ♪ Missionary Man

this one, against sissies

'tis of the age
of Gender Feminists
hitting the American stage
questioning she and he
extols the queer and weird
and axing the womanly and manly
upon a glittering postmodernity

Eurythmics ♪ I Need A Man

And here's a piece, against America.
Eurythmics ♪ the King and Queen of America

Eurythmics, also has a song for feminism. 'tis back in 1985.
Today, this song probably is macro-aggression.
Eurythmics ♪ Sisters Are Doing it for Themselves

Visions of swastikas in my head, Plans for everyone.
Older songs, has meaning. Here's David Bowie, about China. You can see the thoughts

and Elton John about Russia

and here's a song of Sexual Loneliness.
Laura Branigan ♪ Self Control

The wanting of a woman, and the beauty of masculinity.
Bonnie Tyler ♪ Total Eclipse of the Heart

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Music of the week: the cruelest music.
Inescapable darkness and gloom. Each note is a knifing on your heart. It repeats, over and over, with greater intensity and sternness. Forces of nature in execution sans mercy.
Liszt Transcendental Etude № 12


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