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By Douglas Sarine, Kent Nichols

Lethal NINJA knowledge FOR THE NON-NINJA

Carefully contemplate the enjoyment of your soft-headed lack of knowledge ahead of you start to run, turn, and bounce alongside the Ninja Path.
After a lot debate and in a spirit of morbid entertainment, the overseas Order of Ninjas has selected to supply The Ninja Handbook, the first-ever mystery ninja education consultant in particular designed for the non-ninja.
Most non-ninjas who deal with those smooth, lethal pages will die–probably in an elaborately terrible and painful demeanour. yet even if your trip lasts 5 seconds or 5 days or (rather inconceivably) 5 years, all those that bravely soak up this article and persist with the tenets and trials laid out inside will die figuring out they have been as ninja as they in all probability could’ve been.

For the genuine of middle or the tremendous fortunate, this strong and honorable manuscript includes such extra special ninja knowledge as:

•How to create and identify your own deadly ninja clan
•The right weapon to exploit while struggling with a vampire pumpkin
•Why clowns and robots are so risky at the Internet
•Easy-to-follow charts displaying whilst to slice and while to stab
•How to execute such ultradeadly kicks because the riding omit Daisy
•Why pretty well each ninja motion picture ever made sucks
•How to make a shoggoth explode utilizing well-placed foliage
•What the heck a shoggoth is and why you’ll have the desire to make it explode
•Death Aide certification
•And even more ninjafied enlightenment on each shuriken-sharp page!

Remember: humans don't take the trail, the trail takes humans.

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Alc. fr. 333 Lobel/Page: οἶνος γὰρ ἀνθρώπω δίοπτρον. Cf. also Aesch. fr. 393 Radt: κάτοπτρον εἴδους χαλκός ἐστ’, οἶνος δὲ νοῦ. Thgn. 500: ἀνδρὸς δ’ οἶνος ἔδειξε νόον; cf. Pl. Symp. ” See Rösler (1995) who argues that Theocritus’ χρὴ μεθύοντας ἀλάθεας ἔμμεναι (Id. 29) ought to be translated as a sympotic obligation not a necessity of alcohol’s effects – turning to an example of a present-day group psychotherapy session (108). The other (and opposite) function of wine – to cause some to ληρεῖν – is not discussed.

554e. Thrasyllus’ behavior is also reported in Ael. 25. For the trope of never being happier than when deluded, see also Hor. Epist. 2, 128–40, who reports someone who was happiest when he was deluded, thinking he was hearing performances in an empty theater. For discussion, see Rosen (1968) 95–6. Eur. Bacch. 918–9, although some consider this drunkenness rather than delirium (it matters little for my argument). , Clem. Al. Paed. 24 (although he may be mistaken in line attribution since he calls the speaker μεθύων ὁ Θηβαῖος ἔλεγεν γέρων) and Prot.

46 It is morologia which makes drinking inebriation. All three of these statements – and it does not matter much to my argument whether these fragments originated with Aristotle or Chrysippus or some other philosopher – point to an important phenomenon. In each case “speaking nonsense” (or possibly nonsensical behavior) is the touchstone for inebriation, as if “nonsense” were some objective feature, a symptom by which one might diagnose drunkenness (just as nonsense is a symptom for mental disorders caused by fevers).

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