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Should we depressed people immerse ourselves in Noir? I’ve always been drawn to dark culture, gallows humour and a vicarious life of crime. I didn’t have any choice as to Kink, which can take you to very dark places, especially combined with drink and drugs, (as not recommended by scene preachers, widely indulged all the same.) Ecstasy and transcendence may only be a temporary solution – kicks, as some called it when this movie was made – but it works in the moment. 540 more words
I am currently reading Robin Cook’s Terminal, published in 1993. Right now, I am on chapter three.
The first page of this book captures my immediate attention with a quite from Francois Rabelais: “Science without conscience is but the ruin of the soul.” Grave words to open a story with…for a reader who enjoys such gravity, they are inescapably attractive. 267 more words