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Baby, It's Cold Outside, Bad, and Birthday: emilysidhe Baby It's Cold Outside discourse is the same as Macbeth discourse dont-spoop-yourself Explain? emilysidhe OK, so one of the big debates in Macbeth involves the scene in which Lady Macbeth talks Macbeth into killing King Duncan. People debate strenuously over whether it's a scene of Lady M pressuring her reluctant husband into it, or whether it's a scene of her sensing, due to their emotional intimacy, that this murder is something her husband secretly wants and has partially internally decided to do, and is arguing him into it in order to help him give himself permission to do it, in the same way that people see their loved ones wavering over the dessert menu and jump in with things like, "Go on, get the cheesecake, it's your birthday!" Readers and scholars disagree strenuously about this - we even studied an incident in college in which two 18th century illustrators attended the same performance and happened to draw the scene the day after, producing two images that advanced opposite interpretations even though they'd seen the exact same actors do the exact same performance. It's a big deal In the same way, the Baby, It's Cold Outside discourse is about whether this is a song about sexual harassment, or whether it's a woman singing about how she wishes she could spend the night with the guy she just had an excellent date with if only the neighbors wouldn't talk, and him responding, "Stay, baby, it's cold out! No one could expect you to go home in this!" ms-demeanor I really don't know (baby stab his side) King Duncan's a bro (baby cut through his hide) I like him a lot (That decrepit old sot?) This plan ain't so great (But what a king you'd make!) The guards might worry (Darling, do it in a hurry!) His sons will rush the door (So knock them on the floor.) I'm not such a knave (Bash his head with a stave) But l'd be a good king (Now you're starting to think) The dukes might all talk (But their chatter means naught) Say, love, what do you mean (You'd make such a king) I simply must go (baby cut through his hide) There's a war on you know (baby cut through his hide) But what of his wife? (And what of his life?) It feels like bad luck (But that don't mean much) l've got a bad premonition (And l've got a mission) But that's just superstition (My love, you're a vision) The witches said l'd rule (If they lied they were cruel) So babv let's stab Stab his siiiide! I figure someone mightve posted this before, but its still appropriate for Christmas.
Baby, It's Cold Outside, Bad, and Birthday: emilysidhe
 Baby It's Cold Outside discourse is the same as Macbeth discourse
 dont-spoop-yourself
 Explain?
 emilysidhe
 OK, so one of the big debates in Macbeth involves the scene in
 which Lady Macbeth talks Macbeth into killing King Duncan. People
 debate strenuously over whether it's a scene of Lady M pressuring
 her reluctant husband into it, or whether it's a scene of her sensing,
 due to their emotional intimacy, that this murder is something her
 husband secretly wants and has partially internally decided to do,
 and is arguing him into it in order to help him give himself permission
 to do it, in the same way that people see their loved ones wavering
 over the dessert menu and jump in with things like, "Go on, get the
 cheesecake, it's your birthday!" Readers and scholars disagree
 strenuously about this - we even studied an incident in college in
 which two 18th century illustrators attended the same performance
 and happened to draw the scene the day after, producing two images
 that advanced opposite interpretations even though they'd seen the
 exact same actors do the exact same performance. It's a big deal
 In the same way, the Baby, It's Cold Outside discourse is about
 whether this is a song about sexual harassment, or whether it's a
 woman singing about how she wishes she could spend the night with
 the guy she just had an excellent date with if only the neighbors
 wouldn't talk, and him responding, "Stay, baby, it's cold out! No one
 could expect you to go home in this!"
 ms-demeanor
 I really don't know (baby stab his side)
 King Duncan's a bro (baby cut through his hide)
 I like him a lot (That decrepit old sot?)
 This plan ain't so great (But what a king you'd make!)
 The guards might worry (Darling, do it in a hurry!)
 His sons will rush the door (So knock them on the floor.)
 I'm not such a knave (Bash his head with a stave)
 But l'd be a good king (Now you're starting to think)
 The dukes might all talk (But their chatter means naught)
 Say, love, what do you mean (You'd make such a king)
 I simply must go (baby cut through his hide)
 There's a war on you know (baby cut through his hide)
 But what of his wife? (And what of his life?)
 It feels like bad luck (But that don't mean much)
 l've got a bad premonition (And l've got a mission)
 But that's just superstition (My love, you're a vision)
 The witches said l'd rule (If they lied they were cruel)
 So babv let's stab
 Stab his siiiide!
I figure someone mightve posted this before, but its still appropriate for Christmas.

I figure someone mightve posted this before, but its still appropriate for Christmas.

Tumblr, Blog, and India: armthearmour: A lovely Dagger made with dyed green sharkskin, silver, gold, Jade, rubies, emerald, and Sapphire, India, ca. 18th century, housed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Tumblr, Blog, and India: armthearmour:

A lovely Dagger made with dyed green sharkskin, silver, gold, Jade, rubies, emerald, and Sapphire, India, ca. 18th century, housed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

armthearmour: A lovely Dagger made with dyed green sharkskin, silver, gold, Jade, rubies, emerald, and Sapphire, India, ca. 18th century, h...

England, Tumblr, and Blog: spacedewey: detournementsmineurs: Memento Mori ring, England, late 17th to early 18th Century. You could put a Skittle in there
England, Tumblr, and Blog: spacedewey:

detournementsmineurs:
Memento Mori ring, England, late 17th to early 18th Century.

You could put a Skittle in there

spacedewey: detournementsmineurs: Memento Mori ring, England, late 17th to early 18th Century. You could put a Skittle in there

Af, News, and Pressure: did you know? The Writer,' 1 of 3 surviving automata from the 18th century, is a programma boy that uses quill and ink to write any 40 letters of custom text. This 240-year-old automaton uses all 6,000 of its parts to create just enough pressure for fluid, elegant writing, and is thought by some to be the first computer. PHOTO: BBCFOURYOUTUBE/TECHNOLOGY NEWS DIDYOUKNOWBLOG.COM kittyknowsthings: eilupt: biggest-gaudiest-patronuses: sauntering-vaguely-downwards: roboticsappreciationsociety: did-you-kno: ‘The Writer,’ 1 of 3 surviving automata from the 18th century, is a programmable boy that uses quill and ink to write any 40 letters of custom text. This 240-year-old automaton uses all 6,000 of its parts to create just enough pressure for fluid, elegant writing, and is thought by some to be the first computer. Source This is truly a masterpiece of engineering from an early age. So amazing! okay LOOK. I understand that on a purely mechanical and engineering level that this is an incredible piece but if scifi and fantasy media has taught me anything it’s that this motherfucker is haunted af and probably writes out gruesome deaths that mysteriously end up coming to pass thanks but NO THANKS BYE computer science major here, i’m with haunted guy Writer is actually one of a set language of three! The other ones play the organ: And draw (it produces four different drawings): Thank you for these images. Which just might give me nightmares.
Af, News, and Pressure: did you know?
 The Writer,' 1 of 3 surviving automata
 from the 18th century, is a programma
 boy that uses quill and ink to write any 40
 letters of custom text. This 240-year-old
 automaton uses all 6,000 of its parts to
 create just enough pressure for fluid,
 elegant writing, and is thought by
 some to be the first computer.
 PHOTO: BBCFOURYOUTUBE/TECHNOLOGY NEWS
 DIDYOUKNOWBLOG.COM
kittyknowsthings:
eilupt:

biggest-gaudiest-patronuses:

sauntering-vaguely-downwards:

roboticsappreciationsociety:

did-you-kno:

‘The Writer,’ 1 of 3 surviving automata  
from the 18th century, is a programmable 
boy that uses quill and ink to write any 40 
letters of custom text. This 240-year-old 
automaton uses all 6,000 of its parts to 
create just enough pressure for fluid, 
elegant writing, and is thought by 
some to be the first computer.  Source

This is truly a masterpiece of engineering from an early age. So amazing!

okay LOOK. I understand that on a purely mechanical and engineering level that this is an incredible piece but if scifi and fantasy media has taught me anything it’s that this motherfucker is haunted af and probably writes out gruesome deaths that mysteriously end up coming to pass thanks but NO THANKS BYE

computer science major here, i’m with haunted guy

Writer is actually one of a set language of three! The other ones play the organ:
And draw (it produces four different drawings):

Thank you for these images. Which just might give me nightmares.

kittyknowsthings: eilupt: biggest-gaudiest-patronuses: sauntering-vaguely-downwards: roboticsappreciationsociety: did-you-kno: ‘The Wri...

England, Tumblr, and Blog: roachpatrol: detournementsmineurs: Memento Mori ring, England, late 17th to early 18th Century. i desperately need this, and one single mm to put in it
England, Tumblr, and Blog: roachpatrol:

detournementsmineurs:
Memento Mori ring, England, late 17th to early 18th Century.
i desperately need this, and one single mm to put in it

roachpatrol: detournementsmineurs: Memento Mori ring, England, late 17th to early 18th Century. i desperately need this, and one single mm ...

England, Tumblr, and Blog: roachpatrol: detournementsmineurs: Memento Mori ring, England, late 17th to early 18th Century. i desperately need this, and one single mm to put in it
England, Tumblr, and Blog: roachpatrol:

detournementsmineurs:
Memento Mori ring, England, late 17th to early 18th Century.
i desperately need this, and one single mm to put in it

roachpatrol: detournementsmineurs: Memento Mori ring, England, late 17th to early 18th Century. i desperately need this, and one single mm ...

Af, Creepy, and News: did you know? The Writer,' 1 of 3 surviving automata from the 18th century, is a programma boy that uses quill and ink to write any 40 letters of custom text. This 240-year-old automaton uses all 6,000 of its parts to create just enough pressure for fluid, elegant writing, and is thought by some to be the first computer. PHOTO: BBCFOURYOUTUBE/TECHNOLOGY NEWS DIDYOUKNOWBLOG.COM dream-and-slash: biggest-gaudiest-patronuses: sauntering-vaguely-downwards: roboticsappreciationsociety: did-you-kno: ‘The Writer,’ 1 of 3 surviving automata from the 18th century, is a programmable boy that uses quill and ink to write any 40 letters of custom text. This 240-year-old automaton uses all 6,000 of its parts to create just enough pressure for fluid, elegant writing, and is thought by some to be the first computer. Source This is truly a masterpiece of engineering from an early age. So amazing! okay LOOK. I understand that on a purely mechanical and engineering level that this is an incredible piece but if scifi and fantasy media has taught me anything it’s that this motherfucker is haunted af and probably writes out gruesome deaths that mysteriously end up coming to pass thanks but NO THANKS BYE computer science major here, i’m with haunted guy it’s a universally accepted truth that porcelain dolls are creepy and are probably haunted af
Af, Creepy, and News: did you know?
 The Writer,' 1 of 3 surviving automata
 from the 18th century, is a programma
 boy that uses quill and ink to write any 40
 letters of custom text. This 240-year-old
 automaton uses all 6,000 of its parts to
 create just enough pressure for fluid,
 elegant writing, and is thought by
 some to be the first computer.
 PHOTO: BBCFOURYOUTUBE/TECHNOLOGY NEWS
 DIDYOUKNOWBLOG.COM
dream-and-slash:

biggest-gaudiest-patronuses:
sauntering-vaguely-downwards:

roboticsappreciationsociety:

did-you-kno:

‘The Writer,’ 1 of 3 surviving automata  
from the 18th century, is a programmable 
boy that uses quill and ink to write any 40 
letters of custom text. This 240-year-old 
automaton uses all 6,000 of its parts to 
create just enough pressure for fluid, 
elegant writing, and is thought by 
some to be the first computer.  Source

This is truly a masterpiece of engineering from an early age. So amazing!

okay LOOK. I understand that on a purely mechanical and engineering level that this is an incredible piece but if scifi and fantasy media has taught me anything it’s that this motherfucker is haunted af and probably writes out gruesome deaths that mysteriously end up coming to pass thanks but NO THANKS BYE

computer science major here, i’m with haunted guy


it’s a universally accepted truth that porcelain dolls are creepy and are probably haunted af

dream-and-slash: biggest-gaudiest-patronuses: sauntering-vaguely-downwards: roboticsappreciationsociety: did-you-kno: ‘The Writer,’ 1 of...

Paris, Today, and French: Today I visited Louvre in Paris. When I entered the room dedicated to 18th century French painters, I nearly screamed laughing, you ruined me
Paris, Today, and French: Today I visited Louvre in Paris. When I entered the room dedicated to 18th century French painters, I nearly screamed laughing, you ruined me

Today I visited Louvre in Paris. When I entered the room dedicated to 18th century French painters, I nearly screamed laughing, you ruined m...