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The 1975 - Somebody Else

so i heard you found somebody else and at first i thought it was a lie i took all my things that make sounds the rest i can do without i dont want your body but i hate to think about you with somebody else our love has gone cold youre intertwining your soul with somebody else im looking through you while youre looking through your phone and then leaving with somebody else no i dont want your body but im picturing your body with somebody else come on baby this aint the last time that ill see your face come on baby you said youd find someone to take my place oh i just dont believe that you have ...
Language: EN | Submitted 14 days ago by Dinda Arifiani
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Cornelia Street

we were in the backseat drunk on something stronger than the drinks in the bar i rent a place on cornelia street i say casually in the car we were a fresh page on the desk filling in the blanks as we go as if the street lights pointed in an arrow head leading us home and i hope i never lose you hope it never ends id never walk cornelia street again thats the kinda heartbreak time could never mend id never walk cornelia street again and baby i get mystified by how this city screams your name and baby im so terrified of if you ever walk away id never walk cornelia street again id never walk corn...
Language: EN | Submitted 14 days ago by Dinda Arifiani
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Language: EN | Submitted 16 days ago by Sean Lutz
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return to home practice #1

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Language: EN | Submitted 16 days ago by Sean Lutz
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Language: EN | Submitted 18 days ago by sukhee
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[[h0p3/Wiki Audit/!!Principles]]

!! Principles: * Efficiently crawl your wiki and triage your remodeling. * Depth search by [[Root]], in order from //All// from //More// Tab, or some similar alternative. ** Brute force all tiddlers ** Do an audit of all the snapshots? * Take a [[Retired:]] snapshot of every major directory on New Year's Eve. * Ask yourself is it overatomized or underatomized. * Ask yourself if it should be static permanent (extremely short-term projects whose quality I don't care much about) or dynamically changing over time (long-term projects whose quality I care a great deal about)
Language: EN | Submitted 41 days ago by aprk wiki
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A Journal of the Plague Year (020)

I scarce need tell the reader that from that moment I resolved that I would stay in the town, and casting myself entirely upon the goodness and protection of the Almighty, would not seek any other shelter whatever; and that, as my times were in His hands, He was as able to keep me in a time of the infection as in a time of health; and if He did not think fit to deliver me, still I was in His hands, and it was meet He should do with me as should seem good to Him. With this resolution I went to bed; and I was further confirmed in it the next day by the woman being taken ill with whom I had in...
Language: EN | Submitted 62 days ago by Reticent Soup
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A Journal of the Plague Year (019)

This lay close to me, and my mind seemed more and more encouraged to stay than ever, and supported with a secret satisfaction that I should be kept. Add to this, that, turning over the Bible which lay before me, and while my thoughts were more than ordinarily serious upon the question, I cried out, 'Well, I know not what to do; Lord, direct me !' and the like; and at that juncture I happened to stop turning over the book at the ninety-first Psalm, and casting my eye on the second verse, I read on to the seventh verse exclusive, and after that included the tenth, as follows: 'I will say of the ...
Language: EN | Submitted 62 days ago by Reticent Soup
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A Journal of the Plague Year (018)

I went home that evening greatly oppressed in my mind, irresolute, and not knowing what to do. I had set the evening wholly--apart to consider seriously about it, and was all alone; for already people had, as it were by a general consent, taken up the custom of not going out of doors after sunset; the reasons I shall have occasion to say more of by-and-by. In the retirement of this evening I endeavoured to resolve, first, what was my duty to do, and I stated the arguments with which my brother had pressed me to go into the country, and I set, against them the strong impressions which I had ...
Language: EN | Submitted 62 days ago by Reticent Soup
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A Journal of the Plague Year (017)

Then he proceeded to tell me of the mischievous consequences which attended the presumption of the Turks and Mahometans in Asia and in other places where he had been (for my brother, being a merchant, was a few years before, as I have already observed, returned from abroad, coming last from Lisbon), and how, presuming upon their professed predestinating notions, and of every man's end being predetermined and unalterably beforehand decreed, they would go unconcerned into infected places and converse with infected persons, by which means they died at the rate of ten or fifteen thousand a week, w...
Language: EN | Submitted 62 days ago by Reticent Soup
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A Journal of the Plague Year (016)

My brother, though a very religious man himself, laughed at all I had suggested about its being an intimation from Heaven, and told me several stories of such foolhardy people, as he called them, as I was; that I ought indeed to submit to it as a work of Heaven if I had been any way disabled by distempers or diseases, and that then not being able to go, I ought to acquiesce in the direction of Him, who, having been my Maker, had an undisputed right of sovereignty in disposing of me, and that then there had been no difficulty to determine which was the call of His providence and which was not; ...
Language: EN | Submitted 62 days ago by Reticent Soup
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A Journal of the Plague Year (015)

It came very warmly into my mind one morning, as I was musing on this particular thing, that as nothing attended us without the direction or permission of Divine Power, so these disappointments must have something in them extraordinary; and I ought to consider whether it did not evidently point out, or intimate to me, that it was the will of Heaven I should not go. It immediately followed in my thoughts, that if it really was from God that I should stay, He was able effectually to preserve me in the midst of all the death and danger that would surround me; and that if I attempted to secure mys...
Language: EN | Submitted 62 days ago by Reticent Soup
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A Journal of the Plague Year (014)

But then my servant, whom I had intended to take down with me, deceived me; and being frighted at the increase of the distemper, and not knowing when I should go, he took other measures, and left me, so I was put off for that time; and, one way or other, I always found that to appoint to go away was always crossed by some accident or other, so as to disappoint and put it off again; and this brings in a story which otherwise might be thought a needless digression, viz., about these disappointments being from Heaven. I mention this story also as the best method I can advise any person to take...
Language: EN | Submitted 62 days ago by Reticent Soup
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A Journal of the Plague Year (013)

I could not argue that I was in any strait as to a place where to go, having several friends and relations in Northamptonshire, whence our family first came from; and particularly, I had an only sister in Lincolnshire, very willing to receive and entertain me. My brother, who had already sent his wife and two children into Bedfordshire, and resolved to follow them, pressed my going very earnestly; and I had once resolved to comply with his desires, but at that time could get no horse; for though it is true all the people did not go out of the city of London, yet I may venture to say that in...
Language: EN | Submitted 62 days ago by Reticent Soup
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A Journal of the Plague Year (012)

I had an elder brother at the same time in London, and not many years before come over from Portugal: and advising with him, his answer was in three words, the same that was given in another case quite different, viz., 'Master, save thyself.' In a word, he was for my retiring into the country, as he resolved to do himself with his family; telling me what he had, it seems, heard abroad, that the best preparation for the plague was to run away from it. As to my argument of losing my trade, my goods, or debts, he quite confuted me. He told me the same thing which I argued for my staying, viz., th...
Language: EN | Submitted 62 days ago by Reticent Soup
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A Journal of the Plague Year (011)

I had two important things before me: the one was the carrying on my business and shop, which was considerable, and in which was embarked all my effects in the world; and the other was the preservation of my life in so dismal a calamity as I saw apparently was coming upon the whole city, and which, however great it was, my fears perhaps, as well as other people's, represented to be much greater than it could be. The first consideration was of great moment to me; my trade was a saddler, and as my dealings were chiefly not by a shop or chance trade, but among the merchants trading to the Engl...
Language: EN | Submitted 62 days ago by Reticent Soup
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A Journal of the Plague Year (009)

This hurry, I say, continued some weeks, that is to say, all the month of May and June, and the more because it was rumoured that an order of the Government was to be issued out to place turnpikes and barriers on the road to prevent people travelling, and that the towns on the road would not suffer people from London to pass for fear of bringing the infection along with them, though neither of these rumours had any foundation but in the imagination, especially at-first. I now began to consider seriously with myself concerning my own case, and how I should dispose of myself; that is to say, ...
Language: EN | Submitted 62 days ago by Reticent Soup
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A Journal of the Plague Year (008)

This hurry, I say, continued some weeks, that is to say, all the month of May and June, and the more because it was rumoured that an order of the Government was to be issued out to place turnpikes and barriers on the road to prevent people travelling, and that the towns on the road would not suffer people from London to pass for fear of bringing the infection along with them, though neither of these rumours had any foundation but in the imagination, especially at-first. I now began to consider seriously with myself concerning my own case, and how I should dispose of myself; that is to say, ...
Language: EN | Submitted 62 days ago by Reticent Soup
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A Journal of the Plague Year (008)

This was a very terrible and melancholy thing to see, and as it was a sight which I could not but look on from morning to night (for indeed there was nothing else of moment to be seen), it filled me with very serious thoughts of the misery that was coming upon the city, and the unhappy condition of those that would be left in it. This hurry of the people was such for some weeks that there was no getting at the Lord Mayor's door without exceeding difficulty; there were such pressing and crowding there to get passes and certificates of health for such as travelled abroad, for without these th...
Language: EN | Submitted 62 days ago by Reticent Soup
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A Journal of the Plague Year (008)

I lived without Aldgate, about midway between Aldgate Church and Whitechappel Bars, on the left hand or north side of the street; and as the distemper had not reached to that side of the city, our neighbourhood continued very easy. But at the other end of the town their consternation was very great: and the richer sort of people, especially the nobility and gentry from the west part of the city, thronged out of town with their families and servants in an unusual manner; and this was more particularly seen in Whitechappel; that is to say, the Broad Street where I lived; indeed, nothing was to b...
Language: EN | Submitted 62 days ago by Reticent Soup
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