The comforts of madness - per s.e.

During the month of April 2014 we had our sound engineer, Mike Wrench, record numerous live sets as well as some musical moments, during the daytime, in a closed-off Pyramid Lounge. One particular evening we set up a few extra microphones in the audience and recorded bootleg style. This night was at the end of […]

Just like regular Mini Golf, the lower your score, the better you’re doing. Each hole has a “Par” setting, which tells you the average number of “strokes” expected to complete the hole – shooting more shots than that puts you over Par, while shooting less puts you under Par. No matter what the Par value of the hole is, the rating of your success is the same, according to this chart:

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* Playing with Der Hexer  (Maja Tschumi, Switzerland, 2016, 21minutes) and No Sound (Alex Cogswell, Canada, 2017, 3 minutes)

Experience the Swan Hill region from this family friendly caravan park; golfing, fishing, paddle boat cruises, native forests, notable wineries and restaurants.

Nepotistic appointment practices played a significant role in allocating posts. The election of James Monro as Bethlem physician in 1728 marked the beginning of an 125-year Monro family dynasty extending through four generations of fathers and sons. In 1758 William Battie, a former Governor at Bethlem, published his Treatise on Madness which castigated Bethlem as archaic and outmoded, uncaring of its patients and founded upon a despairing medical system whose therapeutic transactions were injudicious and unnecessarily violent. Bethlem was best known for the fact that it allowed admittance for a fee to casual visitors with no connection to the hospital's inmates. This display of madness as public show has often been considered the most scandalous feature of the historical Bedlam. "Swarms of People" descended upon Bethlem during public holidays. The Governors actively sought out "people of note and quallitie" as visitors, presumably because they were prepared to pay higher fees. The practice was never officially recognised (or accounted for), and probably grew out of the ancient monastic custom of giving alms to the poor. The spectacle of Bethlem was also thought to offer moral instruction for visitors, providing a deterrent by demonstrating the dangers of immorality and vice. For proponents of lunacy reform, a Quaker-run York Retreat, founded in 1796, functioned as an exemplar of the new civilised approach. Bethlem, still embroiled in scandal over its inmate conditions, symbolised its antithesis.

Overwhelmed by my erratic behavior, my mom dropped me off at my dad’s house in Brooklyn Heights for one night before my doctor’s appointment. My paranoid delusions got worse. I refused to sleep and started banging on the locked door, screaming, “Get me out of here!” I imagined that my father had murdered his wife.

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