Tuesday, 13 October 2015

Tony Bennett, Lady Gaga - The Lady is a Tramp ~ #SongOfTheWeek

Monday, 12 October 2015

Clean Bandit - Rather Be ft. Jess Glynne [Official Video]

Nembutal (Pentobarbital Sodium) from China to the Netherlands - 1

Sunday, 11 October 2015


The word phobia comes from the Greek: φόβος (phóbos), meaning "aversion", "fear", or "morbid fear". In popular culture, it is common for specific phobias to be given a name based on a Greek word for the object of the fear, plus the suffix -phobia. Creating these terms is something of a word game. Few of these terms are found in medical literature.

The suffix -phobia has come to mean 'hatred of'. There are words that convey hatred of things. Like

Hatred of, or aversion to, mankind. A profound morbid distrust of human beings individually and collectively. 
There are lots of more obscure words that include miso-, mis-, -misia (Greek: hate, hater, hatred; disgust for).


This really means fear of Islam. It gets worse:


This really means fear of men. Whether they are heterosexual or homosexual.
 Just sayin' 8-)

Sarah joins Seth Mould & The Mangoes

Mozart of Chess: Magnus Carlsen

Skavlan: Magnus Carlsen VS Bill Gates


www.SethMould.net: Aargh! What a coincidence

www.SethMould.net: Aargh! What a coincidence: Well, I've seen some strange things in my time, but this really intrigued me. This is a photo of my ex-wife. I can't remember ...