- Nov 20, 2004--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Mike Leavitt <ac998@l...> wrote:
> Hello lady_caritaswrote:
> On 11/20/04, you wrote:
> > --- In email@example.com, Mike Leavitt <ac998@l...>
> >> Hello pmcvflaghe
> >> On 11/20/04, you wrote:
> >> Damn right, Mike.... Tommy Gnosis is what Meatloaf would be if
> >> had any understanding of Platonism ;)Gnostic
> >> This is a pretty darn good movie. Low budget, and more
> >> technically "Platonist" than "Gnostic".... but I have made no
> > bones
> >> > about the fact that I am also perhaps more Platonist that
> >> > anyway *hehe*. The music is cheesy, and skilled at the sametime.
> >> >on a
> >> > There are also sexual elements that I think the author meant
> >> > literal level, but could also be taken on a literary level. Itcould
> > made
> >> > me rethink my own influences and how practical applications
> > befor
> >> > worked into it. That is one of the best reviews I could give
> >> > a movie... believe me.conciously
> >> >
> >> > Second only to the Truman Show in what I think may be
> >> > influenced by Gnostic thought.way.
> >> Meatloaf?
> >> Regards
> >> --
> >> Mike Leavitt ac998@l...
> > Ah, now see, Mike,... shame on PMCV. He presented it wrong. One
> > just might think he meant the main course meat dish, eh? No
> > It should be: Meat Loaf.
> > http://www.meatloaf.net/
> > I know you just couldn't survive without this OT information. ;-
> > Glad to oblige.Um, no, dear. That would be "Meathead." Now, why do I think you
> > Cari
> Alll In The Family? Archie Bunker, et al?
> Mike Leavitt ac998@l...
already know that... ;-)
Archie Bunker *was* a character, quite the outrageous bigot. He had
some interesing thoughts on religion though:
"God don't make no mistakes - that's how he got to be God."
"It ain't supposed to make sense; it's faith. Faith is something that
you believe that nobody in his right mind would believe."
( http://www.ariga.com/frosties/bunkerarchie.shtml )
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