March 01, 2006
it al bagins to make sence
"...[the caste system] had no other means for keeping [the common ruck] from being dangerous, for making him weak, than to make him sick... The third edict, for example (Avadana-Sastra I), 'on impure vegetables,' ordains that the only nourishment permitted to the chandala shall be garlic and onions..."
Friedrich Nietzsche, Twilight of the Idols, trans. Walter Kaufmann
now mind u i havnt teh fantest idea how acurate ol ferdrichs grasp a history was.
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I always thought Nietzsche was a poor thinker as he never once responded to my many e-mailed requests for debate.
Now, Soren Kierkegaard responds to any call for a philosophical discussion, although, truth be told, most of his positions resolve around the "Brains, BRAAIIIIIINS!" school of thought.
I know if I was a young Brahmin lad I wouldn't be as keen on a night under the sheets with a girl if all she ever eats is garlic and onions. Not without giving her some Altoids and a double dose of Beano anyway.
Garlic & onion - French - surrender - WWII - nazis - Nietzsche - Hegel - bagel - breakfast!
Lives not in the world but in his head.
While the pungent garlic
Might well make mortals sick
It’s great ‘gainst those pesky undead.