Our Howard is first of the first!Listener, for just a moment I thought your title said Almond Joy, not Autumn Joy. Guess I must be tired.
A freudian slip, non?
Lol! I'd say much more of a slip if listener, who's gone off of sugar, made it than Cat, a non-gardener made it. . . .
It was very interesting to me in China, a country without Freud, to see what people would reveal about themselves without blinking, that no American of the last half of the last century evah would. In fact, if Freud were living today, I expect that he'd have a difficult time time coming up with his theories because we're so careful now about what we say and imply. . . .
Heh! They just dropped the flood watch which *had* been till tomorrow!
Cardiologist died and was given an elaborate funeral. A huge Heart covered in flowers stood behind the casket during the service.Following the eulogy, the heart opened, and the casket rolled inside. The heart then closed, sealing the doctor in the beautiful heart forever.At that point, one of the mourners burst into laughter. When all eyes stared at him, he said, "I'm sorry, I was just thinking of my own funeral........I'm a Gynecologist".The Proctologist fainted
He was a nasty, crude, self-important, over sexed, hypocritical son of a bitch. And an adulterer too, with his wife's own sister. Jung was a far more pleasant, thoughtful and, I think, more intelligent man. Certainly, his theories have been far less destructive and are a whole lot more interesting to read about. I donno. Wholistic, organic, definitely creative and positively rather than negatively thought provoking.End of rant.
Freud based his theories on what his patients told him in their counseling session. People were even more reticient than about what they said publically than they are today.
Bill, you have to see it in operation. Chinese are prolly as reticent as Victorians. . . . But to hear a young married man say, openly and comfortably: My mother is the *most* important person in the world to me. . . . Kinda takes your breath away.
ROFL...though Cat's response is more appropos! ROFL&L!!!
I quite agree with you about Jung, Cat!!I don't know about Freud, but his granddaughter was Second Reader for my Senior Project at Goddard where she was on faculty. Andrea was really wonderful to me. So it may be that his family figured out how to be healthy in spite of him. ;-)
Just to add that Andrea's name is pronounced with accent on the second syllable.
Almond Joy was always one of my favourites. ;-)
See dem Almond Joys?
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Also difference in cultural outlook.
Yeah. Talk about Freudian slips. I didn't realize just what I'd typed till after pressing "Post." Thought about it and decided to leave it for laugh value.
Yeah, that, too, grin.
Looks like the rain scare is over. Culverts running at half, not much more rain predicted. Guess I'll be going to town tomorrow.
puddle ~~ Now I see what you were driving at. Siince I never took Freud particularly seriously, I wouldn't have thought anything about that remark.
Helps, eh?! :-)
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