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Red Wool & A Warm Welcome janúar 11, 2009

Posted by herraheri in Herra the Heri, M. L'éléphant.
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It happens to everybody. Even the great Odysseus (some of you maybe remember his famous quest through the labyrinth (unnecessary to mention his fight with the evil and notorious Cyclop here)): Sometimes it is hard to maintain grip on live, to stay warm and nice with yourself having chats in front of the chimney with a nice Earl Grey and the friendly glowing warmth of coal.

No. Even Odysseus did not always welcome himself warmly to accomodate between his eyes. Sometimes (and very likely even often) he was probably also keen on giving himself a good discussion between his lobes (not to speak of the difficult situation concerning his language centres, which would then be obliged to mediate between speaking and understanding respectively).

Thinking of this, it might be good to know , that the labyrinth issue was finally solved by red wool. Something which has really nothing in common with any person but is (and surely was) produced by machines. Red Wool! Red Wool gives orientation in the windy paths of the labyrinth. You can imagine how happy O. was.

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I usually do not leave a response, however I glanced through a few comments on this page Red Wool &
A Warm Welcome | Herra Héri. I do have 2 questions for you if it’s okay.

Could it be just me or do some of the comments look like they are written by brain dead visitors?
😛 And, if you are posting on other social sites,
I’d like to keep up with anything fresh you have to post.

Would you make a list of all of all your shared sites like your twitter feed, Facebook page or linkedin profile?


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