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The human mind, old films, literature and podcasts.

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My summer uniform is a patterned dress in bright colours, cardigan, floppy straw hat, round sunglasses, and clog or wedge sandals. Not that I’m not going to wear high waisted shorts and Peter Pan collared tops or cropped fine knitted vests. I also need to get some high waisted belted a-line skirts with one inverted pleat down the front.

Tonight we’re watching the documentary Marjoe from 1972. It’s the story about Marjoe Gortner, a child faith healer and evangelical preacher, who turned on the business and exposed the tactics used by him and other evangelists to manipulate people. I think it’s about to become the sickest documentary I’ve ever seen. That says more about what I think about religious conditioning of children than it does about how twisted documentaries I watch.

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