hmmm. just as i expected this word was invented by a Nazi.i don't beleive in appohenia. i think the word is itself a conspiracy. i think the real issue is with people shooing away evidence of connections which are concrete and undeniable and have far reaching consequences.
Ayn Rand had a long-term affair with her student Nathaniel Brandon, while both of them were married, by persuading her husband and Branden's wife that it was "logical and rational" for the two of them to have an affair.Ayn Rand's Sexual Personnae
Frequently since March. 'The Wasteland''s been cutting in and out of a few.Does it seem to anyone else as if someone's jacked up the synchronicity dial on the simulation lately? Could be an effect of lockdown - narrower bandwidth access to the world, so coincidences happen/get noticed more often...
You should immediately make and consume four tuna sandwiches.Frequently since March. 'The Wasteland''s been cutting in and out of a few.
Having a bout right now: in the past 24 hours, I've had four separate, unrelated sources (2 books, 1 song, 1 YT video) reference the goddess Fortuna and/or the wheel of fortune. I wasn't seeking it out.
Then today I Soulseek'd the second Section 25 LP which I've never heard before, and thought I'd listen to it while doing an easy but boring task for a neighbour...and this fucker popped up four songs in:
Thing is...it's fine to get these coincidences, but what is Fortuna really trying to tell me? How can I turn these coincidences to my advantage? I mean, if it's just a hello from the underworld, that's skip dandy...but am I supposed to buy some XRP? Go to the bookies? Avoid leaving the flat for 72 hours? Take up online poker? Steal a car and drive to Barnard Castle? Now Fortuna's got my attention, I wish she'd give me a hint.