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u/ZorbaTHut · 21 pointsr/tumblr

I've never heard that referred to as a d100, it's usually called half of a percentile pair. An actual d100 looks like this, though usually people just use a percentile pair.

Both of those solutions are perfectly happy to give you 82.

u/junius_ · 1 pointr/tumblr

But it wasn't in flux. The Council of Nicea didn't pick the four gospels out of thin air. They were the ones used by the majority of churches. There were serious discussions about what books to include, yes, but these were scholastic and not ideological. The Good Shepherd, a popular text written soon after the Gospels, was omitted on scholastic grounds.

This is a good book about the history of the Bible.

u/SLRWard · 9 pointsr/tumblr

Found a 48 piece set for $12.99. For the last wall in the screenshot, you'd need about 8 of them, so $103.92 before tax or shipping. If you have Prime (for free shipping) and live in MN like I do (or somewhere with a similar tax rate), it'd come to about $111.32.

u/GroundhogExpert · 2 pointsr/tumblr

There was a very long debate about psychological egoism, a debate ended by an American philosopher James Rachels in this book: https://www.amazon.com/Elements-Moral-Philosophy-James-Rachels/dp/0078038243

Philosophy doesn't lend itself very well to bumper sticker wisdom.

u/0dysseusRex · 51 pointsr/tumblr

You can still buy these on Amazon. They are compressed, so you have to shave off the tea with a knife.

The one in the picture is a "Half Brick". There also come in "Full Brick", "Hockey Puck", "Ecstacy Tablets", and "Chocolate Bar". The last two being easier to prepare.

Here's a youtube video of it being prepared just to give you an idea.

u/Cummy_Bears_Galore · 8 pointsr/tumblr

Like for those interested.
www.amazon.com/Master-Rise-10-25-Inch-Black-Dildo/dp/B00B5L1XHM

u/mochacho · 7 pointsr/tumblr

I was going to say it looks like they removed your product, but I'm assuming you didn't copy the relevant parts of the URL. There's usually an alphanumeric code that you need after a /dp/, something like this:

https://www.amazon.com/Curly-Girl-Handbook-Michele-Bender/dp/076115678X

Or even just:

https://www.amazon.com/dp/076115678X

u/allmackeverything · 14 pointsr/tumblr

Blulu Magic Worm Toys Wiggly Twisty Fuzzy Worm Toys Carnival Party Favors, Random Color (48 Pieces) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07T6ZBWWJ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_gQCyDbXSXREZ2

u/xevilrobotx · 21 pointsr/tumblr

My wife is obsessed with this book: https://www.amazon.com/Curly-Girl-Handbook-Michele-Bender/dp/076115678X, I tried to get her to look at /r/curlyhair before but she's not a reddit person (Edit: looks this book is listed as the ultimate guide on the /r/curlyhair wiki)

Thanks to /u/mochacho for the fixed link

u/Jowobo · 31 pointsr/tumblr

They're talking about the relationship between Leonard of Quirm and Lord Vetinari.

These two feature in quite a few of the Discworld novels, but chiefly it would be in:

Wyrd Sisters
Men at Arms
Jingo
The Fifth Elephant
The Last Hero

All Amazon-linked for your convenience. ;)

u/hairydiablo132 · 6 pointsr/tumblr

Yup.

In his book Young Frankenstein: The Story of the Making of the Film he says he got the name Blucher from the man who fought Napoleon at Waterloo, "Gebhard Leberecht von Blücher." Mel said he just liked the name.

What you said about the horses reacting is correct. He wanted to show there was something ominous about her.

u/1945BestYear · 2 pointsr/tumblr

I'm not sure where you're getting the idea that the Church denied the possibility of people harnessing magical powers. A History of the Franks by Bishop Gregory of Tours is infamous among Medieval Studies students as an enormous collection of anecdotes about saints and holy objects performing mystical acts through the power of God, with something approaching a narrative of the Merovingian dynasty interspersed throughout. Chroniclors like him often go to some length to establish that they're getting such stories from a source considered sufficiently reliable - they were at least as worried about peasantry and nobles refusing to believe in miracles even after evidence had been presented as they were about them just getting duped by anybody and everybody who said they had magic.

As for the issue of witches, it was a bit of a split: the Church couldn't fully agree on whether witches were simply charlatans with no power at all, or that they did have power but it was coming from Satan and co. Remember that "the Church" was far from a united, rigid hierarchy with everybody looking towards Rome in the first half of the Medieval period, so of course such inconsistencies would occur.

u/Chosen_Of_Tchar · 7 pointsr/tumblr

I just finished reading "Chernobyl Prayer" by Svetlana Alexievich It's a book made up of interviews with people who lived through Chernobyl and its aftermath. It's probably the most heartbreaking book I have ever read. I can't recommend it enough to anyone who wants to understand the human cost of Chernobyl on an intimate, deeply personal level.

u/LocalInactivist · 4 pointsr/tumblr

I call bullshit. I read the Archer textbook and there’s nothing about this.

u/MagnusEsDomine · 1 pointr/tumblr

>I'm not wrong

Sure you are. 1) You think Bart Ehrman is a Jesus mythicist apparently ignorant about the fact that he wrote an entire book against the position. In what world is that not wrong? 2) The academic consensus amongst those who are actually experts on this is that Jesus of Nazareth existed. This is the academic position among scholars regardless of their particular religious position. This is the position represented at every major research university. If I'm wrong here, it's easy to prove it. Just name a single scholar of ancient history/early Christianity who teaches at a reputable university and holds to Jesus mythicism. Simple.

u/FreakinGeese · 2 pointsr/tumblr

>I'm not sure where you're getting the idea that the Church denied the possibility of people harnessing magical powers. A History of the Franks by Bishop Gregory of Tours is infamous among Medieval Studies students as an enormous collection of anecdotes about saints and holy objects performing mystical acts through the power of God, with something approaching a narrative of the Merovingian dynasty interspersed throughout. Chroniclors like him often go to some length to establish that they're getting such stories from a source considered sufficiently reliable - they were at least as worried about peasantry and nobles refusing to believe in miracles even after evidence had been presented as they were about them just getting duped by anybody and everybody who said they had magic.

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Miracles are different from magical powers.