Unbelievable! Who would have ever dreamed it! I mean to see an article like this in Bon Appetit. It’s kind of like reading, “What to do if you suddenly find yourself destitute? Easy suggestions for pulling together an online portfolio of public resources and sticking to the basics until help arrives!”
But okay, wow. I think everyone must of heard of this kind of thing by now.
Well, wouldn’t it be interesting if Vitamin companies & OTC drug companies got involved in the purveyorship of goods of this kind. It might increase their sales and the awareness of whatever their home-medical solution sales are.
Yes definitely that is what it refers to. The Earth is stolen by “powers” represented by people and their virtues. When all the virtues are lost and they cannot be fought for, the Earth will fail despite anything, any power. This is represented by the people/characters and their heroic other egos, which are bestial and the fact that their relationships are the cement of the civilizations of the earth throughout time. But they are being divided by variable and evil forces. The two brothers represent that they are both birds, but one is mortal somehow and the “divine” bird is an angelic bird, who falls to earth injured to fight in the quest to turn back the abandonment of the earth to evil powers. I haven’t read yet who wins because there is too much text on the actual book concerning its scholarship, it doesn’t really settle the ending of the story.
This looks just glorious. There are other instagram pictures in the article. But, the story of the noble (“divine”) bird is just awful and I have to look up what happened to him. He is a symbol of the world at the end I think and the thief or thieves which come late in the play to destroy the world once it has the chance to survive — the clue how is with the earth itself, which the bird, here, you will see, lies prone on top of, still willing to scream out and fight for.
This is both cute and cool. My boyfriend (of some long time) is a big fan of Pokemon — I hope he remembers to see this.
(I’m sorry I don’t have a picture.)
I’m not a huge fan of sweet potatoes as the better part of the potato love you can have in this world, because they are supposed to be so healthy for you (not for all hypoglycemia, then, not really at all healthy for you, but good, tasty) — but I seem to draw sweet potato lovers to me from everywhere imaginable on the internet, so I feel compelled to post this.