- Nov 10, 2019
Satoru Iwata, Dead (the musician), Ernest Hemingway, and Vincent van Gogh. We'd all sit at the weirdo table together.
Would you ask Mishima about his method of ctb'ing?
Wasn't he highly drugged?Definitely. I can never quite decide if it was a noble sacrifice, or a selfish, stupid temper tantrum. I find it difficult to believe he had any true belief his coup attempt would amount to anything, yet off he went.
Wasn't he highly drugged?
I did not know about Mishima's double life! Thank you for telling me! I am no authority on the guy, so I completely defer to you. I have no basis for my speculation about his use of illicit substances...I guess I heard it somewhere and was too lazy to Google. Your knowledge of him now makes me want to delve deeper, however. Thanks for edifying me, and for sharing your knowledge in such a generous way.I have never heard this. In fact, I thought he essentially lived two lives. When he was in Japan he tried to act essentially like a reincarnation of a samurai, meaning being faithful to his wife and so on. But outside of Japan he'd engage in homosexual acts, probably use drugs, etc.
I must also admit I've not looked into this as well as I perhaps should have, though.
Hahahaha. Are you a restauranteur, Woxihuanni? How did I miss this?Tolkien, Herbert, Adams, Pratchett, Jerome K. Jerome, Wodehouse.
If I were a kid, I'd say John Lennon, but now I wouldn't even let him clean the toilet at the restaurant. Angsty, spineless moron.
Maybe Alan WattsA better God one who does not torture Humans. I know that isn’t really what you were asking about when you mean by famous person.
A cheerful crowd that would be!Vincent Van Gogh, Sylvia Plath and Ernest Hemingway.
'Dis guy? :)Jesus
I like him too, but I feel like he was a massive asshole in real life who I would not enjoy talking to at all. Also had problems with women. Just a no-go all around.Charles Bukowski