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I'm waiting. Sleepclimbing over a railing sounds dangerous.
Das Uberschreiten der Gleise VerbotenDimly remembered advice from a 1960 Vienna railroad station.The Germans forbid everything.
I'm having a hard time uploading it... I'm working on it.
See, this is one reason I don't vlog that often. YouTube is bad about uploading things that are close to 10 minutes. This video is 9:55 and I think it's just not going to go in, and I'm wasting hours waiting for it to go in.
Oh my goodness...Althouse is wearing a neck brace. Poor thing, must have fallen.
Maxine, I think it's the scarf from the New York Museum of Art post in February (I think it was the museum of art post, it was right around the time of the FedSoc's student symposium this year and when she was held up forever at the airport).... It's an alluring image, in any event.
that was 10 min. well spent
Don’t mind me. I’ve been doing hallucinogenic drugs:(1) This thing you said that follows should be forced to prominence and I should repeat it until it cannot be forgotten. “It’s a process. It’s . . . there’s no goal. There’s no goal in blogging because it just goes on and on and on. It never ends unless it’s gone.”Wonderful!(2) At 5:57 . . . DID YOU FART?!(3) You think bears can’t be cute? I DARE you not to think this bear’s cute!So what if there’s a bloody, entrails smeared smile in his future? He’s Kute! (4) Please don’t fall off the balcony. We’ll miss you.Play it safe. Do what Gilligan did. Before you go to sleep, get a length of rope and tie your foot to the bed frame.Now understand, it didn’t work for him because it was the full moon and he turned into a vampire. He simply woke up and untied the rope.But it’ll work for you.You’re not a vampire.Right?
professor you know what they say about sleepwalkingif someone is in a dangerous spot never awaken themthey will probably make it to the other side okayyou know in the opera la sonnambula the heroine aminaproved she was innocent of hanky pankywith the count's long lost son rudolfo by sleepwalking over a dangerous mill bridgereenacting her betrothal and her late griefat being rejected by her promisi sposi elvinoeverybody saw her and finally understoodthat she wasn't a slut by conking outon rudolfo's couch just a sleepwalkerno one ever said opera plots were all that greatbut what i am wondering is--do you really sleepwalkif you do have you left instructionsnot to wake you if you're seen pirouettingon your balcony at 3 amor on the other hand do you want to be awakenednot trusting either your balance or the hand of god that muchif you sleepwalk what do you think you might relive or reenactsorry to pry, but i've been thinking of updatingsome of these classic operas with hokey plots to the 21st centurywhat better way in this case than to featurea lawprof in brooklyn rather than somevilliage girl in italy no one can relate to
ps--do you mind if i put the mad scenein the comments when the nameclinton is mentioned
Hey Manhattan:Get your telescopes ready. 3:00 am, Althouse in French lace penoir, climbing over the balcony !
I used to sleepwalk, remember? As far as I know, when you sleepwalk your unconscious mind still prevents you from killing yourself. People have driven cars asleep and not crashed, for instance.
Chris, of course, I remember. It was frightening to konw you were capable of opening the front door and walking away in your sleep.
(2) At 5:57 . . . DID YOU FART?!This comment was very funny to read in advance considering what happened.Thanks for the vlog. Always enjoyable to watch.
Great Vlog, but you seemed rather nervous/distracted at first. I missed the glass of wine. It has symbolic significance for me.
I think Althouse has a yearning for personal invisiblity, hence the lack of VLogs lately.
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