Roosh, as always, your research, insight, and mental powers are astounding. You make connections and associations that would never have occurred to me.
I believe she said Dario Argento, not diarrhea agenda. Haha!
Whichever God you believe in.
That's the joy of fiction. It puts people in situations they normally wouldn't encounter to see how they react, what kinds of places their minds take them when under stress from the writing. If you don't take it so seriously, it's a lot of fun to see where your mind goes when you're put in an extraordinary situation. Also, in defense of this story, the grandmother was a witch who put the fear of hell in her kids. They were probably too scared to cross her. It's the suspension of disbelief, man!
Nice video! These really are the cutest little snakes. Very friendly and docile critters. I used to have one in my yard that I would "visit" from time to time. Would find him out in the grass and cuddle him. Then my dad accidentally ran him over in the driveway. :(
What' so effective about this march is that they're all the same gd height and build.
Unfortunately, that's the life of a defense attorney. They're often times as shocked and horrified as everyone else, and quite aware of their clients' guilt. Both of her attorneys asked to be removed from her case twice and since that's not going to be allowed, they are REQUIRED to mount any kind of defense they can. They're aware he suffered. In Jodi's case, they're having to grasp at straws to perform their duty as her defense attorneys. Have sympathy for them. They don't like her either.
I'm reading the book right now and I don't understand how people like Hilly and Elizabeth are fine with black people looking after their children and cooking their food, but worry about catching something from them. How does that make any sense?
First song/video that made me feel anything enough to cry in a long time...
Holy Shit, you're goooood.
My interpretation is that it's some sort of evil hunter in the form of a child. Not really a little girl...
I want my phone call. I want it.
Ich mochte nicht!
I think the poignant thing here is not only Humbert's recognition of his guilt, but of his selfishness. In this moment, he experiences a moment of selflessness, a miracle for him. "...Was not Lolita's absence from my sight, but her absence from that chorus." At long last, finally, he has a small glimmer of recognition for Lolita and what he's stolen from her. It's no longer about what she does for him, but what he's taken from her lufe.
I love your videos and always wish you success, but I nearly died laughing when that wombat went into the pipe behind you.
I sense the presence of barrels...
Gather ye rosebuds while ye may! It's a fucking miracle she's 15 and not a fan of Justin Beaver!
I've been on an Indian beauty product kick and have seen her products all over Amazon. After watching how she talks to her maids, I'll certainly not be buying any of her products.
This is magnificent, Roosh. You've done an enormous amount of research into this subject, the subject of evil and its manifestations in the world, and permeated it with insight. I didn't know a lot of what you mention in this video, in particular Lucifer in connection with the rainbow. I'm going to inbox you about some of this.
No, knowledgeable is the correct word for what he was trying to say.
BAGINSES AND BOBINSES!
Me too :(
Great tutorial. Beautiful model, I'd kill to have skin like this girl.