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such a grand night

I woke with stomach pain last night. Probably gas. Of course it wouldn't just go away. I lay in bed, read a while, took a shower, went back to bed, read more, gradually got back to sleep. Then dreamed of Nietzsche, for heaven's sake! Thanks, nickyludd! Just thoughts about equality and superman and ubermensch...and I haven't even read anything of his!

So it stands to reason that I feel like warmed-up death this morning. The pain is there, but minimal now, but I am SO tired. I may call in today, come in a bit late.


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May. 12th, 2003 08:29 am (UTC)
And here I thought my dreams were wierd last night - I dreamed about John Goodman of all people.

Sure hope you start feeling better soon!!
May. 12th, 2003 08:42 am (UTC)
I don't know which is weirder. I hope you have some excuse.

Thanks. I am feeling somewhat better.
May. 12th, 2003 03:18 pm (UTC)
You dreamed about Nietzsche !!! Share, please, all the mucky bits.

There's a photo of him and his mate Pau Ree harnessed to a cart with Lou Andreas Salome in the cart with a whip.

And the old lady in Zarathustra - 'When you visit a woman, take your whip' (approx. quote, I'll find exact if you want).

How does equality come in here?

Gas? Well ... I think he's all gas.
May. 13th, 2003 06:24 am (UTC)
There were no murky images, sad to say. Just thoughts tossing around that didn't mean much. Like I was trying to sort out superman and Nietzsche and wondering about the German words. Obviously fallout from that post of yours on smallville.

The whip comment. No equality, I'd say. It reminds me,though, of something Frank Lloyd Wright said of my grandmother: that she was one of two women he'd known in his life that he'd like to have hitched to a wagon and horsewhipped. She was a difficult client, to say the least, and that's a story my mother was trying to tell when she died. But this is a huge digression. Just a memory.

Your comment on the gas made me laugh. You certainly travel in circles very different from mine. I can't imagine discussing Nietzsche with anyone other than my fair daughter Elaine. And then, in my case, wouldn't be much of a conversation.
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