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Marvelous Rickard. Any idea of it's location in the corpus?
Sounds to me like we're creeping closer and closer to the objective 
correlative.

Cheers,
Peter
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Rickard Parker" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Tuesday, May 01, 2012 5:46 AM
Subject: Re: OT - Chapel Perilous


> On Tue, 1 May 2012 01:11:32 -0700, Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> 
> wrote:
>
>>I remember in one of the Tavernas, I was with some English fellows. We
> started trading nick names
>>for various things. I was trying to find out the english slang for 
>>condoms,
> but they didn't know any of
>>my north Aremican slang, so Ifinally blurted out, prophyllactics. The
> taverna went silent, and everyone
>>(all men of course), looked at me. Apparently that is the Greek word for
> condoms. :) Sheepish look
>>on my face.
>>
>>Curoious what one remembers.
>>
>
> Why, for all of us, out of all that we have heard, seen, felt, in a
> lifetime, do certain images recur, charged with emotion, rather than 
> others?
> The song of one bird, the leap of one fish, at a particular place and 
> time,
> the scent of one flower, an old woman on a German mountain path, six
> ruffians seen through an open window playing cards at night at a small
> French railway junction where there was a water-mill: such memories may 
> have
> symbolic value, but of what we cannot tell, for they come to represent the
> depths of feeling into which we cannot peer. We might just as well ask 
> why,
> when we try to recall visually some period in the past, we find in our
> memory just the few meagre arbitrarily chosen set of snapshots that we do
> find there, the faded poor souvenirs of passionate moments.
>                                                          TSE