I’ve decided to jump on the annoying Richard Dawkins on twitter train. Its pretty fun
haha good point, too
Proletarian revolution has spontaneously sketched out its appropriate forms in the councils – in St. Petersburg in 1905, in Turin in 1920, in Catalonia in 1936, in Budapest in 1956. The preservation of the old society, or the formation of new exploiting classes, has each time been over the dead body of the councils. The working class now knows its enemies and its own appropriate methods of action. “Revolutionary organization has had to learn that it can no longer fight alienation with alienated forms” (The Society of the Spectacle). Workers councils are clearly the only solution, since all the other forms of revolutionary struggle have led to the opposite of what was aimed at.
shoutout to all the people who use the internet as a sanctuary, a means to escape from an otherwise harsh reality, a way to significantly communicate and formulate relationships that may be personally difficult or impossible to accomplish in-person
That last shot of the stone stela coming out of the water. Wow. I was expecting it to be covered with sediments and other sea life stuff, but no! It’s pristine looking!
The fact that Monopoly always ends in a fight is evidence enough of the ills of capitalism. It will destroy even the happiest of families.
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I watched Meglos yesterday, and just realised… back then, the TARDIS’ door used to be on the opposite side as to where it is now.
Now I must find when this change occurred.
This occurs in the Aztecs too but it is not a constant as you suggest, it’s a rare one off. Usually, it is the right hand door opened (when considering the TARDIS face on externally of course). Both doors do open and have been seen opening in and out (Rose and the Runaway Bride respectively). The lock has been on the left door in some of the 60’s episodes but general entry was still through the right.
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