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Aristus

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Gender: Male
Hometown: Puyallup, Washington
Member since: 2001
Number of posts: 34,528

About Me

I truly believe that we will all live in peace and brotherhood someday. And so that I don't lose my faith in humanity, I will live my life as if that day had already happened.

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I'm home! Having some dinner and a nice Belgian Ale. Anybody want to hang out?



Late night at the clinic tonight.

Paperwork, and then later: pub trivia!...

Whew! I'm IN! My work computer shut me out of DU for a while, there.

Couldn't make it through my day without a little DU...

Saturday, April 27th. The Weekend Edition of William Shakespeare's Thought For The Day.



"O, if men were to be saved by merit, what hole in hell
were hot enough for {you}?..."

Henry IV, Part I, Act I, Scene 2, Lines 104-105.

*UPDATE!* This weekend's edition of William Shakespeare's Thought For The Day has been POSTED!

Aristus: I apologize for the delay.

Will Shakespeare: Sweet friends, gentle people all, truly am I most heartily sorry that our revels must needs have waited for a more opportune and fortunate hour. Dear brethren, take with you my sincerest love and regard.

I'm about to start Friday clinic. If you don't hear from me for the rest of the day...

send someone in after me. And have them wear contact gear...

Having dinner and drinks with Will Shakespeare. Ask us anything.

How's everybody doing tonight?

Antonio Salieri as a "bitter mediocrity" in 'Amadeus' was debunked years ago.

Quite a good composer. So much so that Mozart borrowed heavily from Salieri's themes in his own compositions. Beethoven was also a pupil of Salieri.

I was just listening to one of Salieri's pieces, I didn't catch which one, and it sounds unmistakably like Beethoven's 7th Symphony.

So Salieri's reputation as "just not as good as Mozart" is really off. He inspired both Mozart and Beethoven. That's really saying something.

Working late at the clinic tonight. How's everybody doing?

I could use some company while plowing through this paperwork...

Good day in clinic today. Some of my diabetic patients are showing improvement.

No craziness today, or a crammed schedule. Everything went off without a hitch. And I did good medicine for my patients.

Dear Lord, more days like today, please!...

Hi, DU peeps!
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