"Thank the gods for that Olli is here. I thought we were going to have to have Jed talking about music boxes and that would have been a far different salon" Beq Janus – Music Boxes!
Jasper Kiergarten: <----music major in college Ceejay Writer: <---- had vinyl records playing in college. Jedburgh30 Dagger: <--drove the bus for music majors in college" Music Boxes!
"those who built the boat apparently encountered “great difficulty…in getting a crew to man her for her first test in Newark Bay.” - Hotspur O'Toole, Submersibles!
‘Now then, I suppose you are all thinking "Why, oh why, is my life plagued with Doctor Obolensky, that horrible villain and stylish man about town?” Well, the answer is rather simple. You lead boring, ordinary lives. And yet, you lack the drive, the vision, and the ability, to crush your neighbors with giant mechanical lobsters. So of course, someone has to do it for you, or you'd all end up with nothing to talk about.’ - Doctor Obolensky, Villains!
‘Silver is also one of our most profound weaknesses. My earrings are platinum before anybody asks. The metal itself will burn our skin if we touch it, which makes using a decent tea service a bit of a pain sometimes.’ - Augustus Dayafter, Howl!
‘I was pondering on the nature of what a "weapon" actually is and really, the conclusion that I came to was that, at base, it is in fact a communications device. And not merely in the usual "only language they understand" sort of way. The underlying nature of a "weapon" is to communicate certain information...’ - Ordinal Malaprop, Weapons!
'Sounds like any Friday night so far, drunken urchins eating dodgy meat.' - Beq Janus, Curses!
Saturday, December 11, 2010
(Actually we are celebrating TWO years, but who's counting?)
Aether Salon Sunday, November 21 at 2 pm slt Babbage Palisade & Academy of Industry
http://slurl.com/secondlife/Babbage%20Palisade/254/60/106 and http://slurl.com/secondlife/Academy%20of%20Industry/2/56/106
We’ve long been fascinated with ancient peoples. Add in exotic locales, the promise of fame, and wealth, and the result is an irresistible lure for many historians, scientists, and treasure hunters. We are honored this month with the talented Mr. Linus Lacombe who will guide us through the development of archaeology and how it has increased our understanding of past civilizations. Bring your friends and your mummies.
Pack your bags, load up your camel, and join us on December 19 at 2pm slt.
Walking Like Egyptians, Jed, Jasper, Sera, and Viv http://aethersalon.blogspot.com