Harry Potter and a Hotel Mini Bar

The movie was quite fun. I was especially impressed by the detail of design (esp. the credits), the director’s eye for the magnificent that made it truly come alive, and some playful charachter development of the youth. I adore the new Dumbeldorf too…

I got home to find the following on my computer, having not turned MSN chat off on my laptop before leaving:

Me: You know I’m supposed to be more entertaining than a Hotel Mini-Bar.

Him: You know you don’t really have to do anything for that?
You’d make a wonderful artistic installation, even without conversation or obvious interaction.
Art is better than beer.
Not necessarily for everyone.
But your presence evokes thoughts, emotions, atmosphere, in the manner of the great masters.
For me.
Beer can also evoke kinds of thoughts.
But generally less profound, if not always.
But many mini-bars have mixed drinks.
And in the US, those are often not true mixed drinks, but evil malt drinks.
Overpriced, fattening and not tasting like proper alchohol.
Beer isn’t so much an Orthodox spiritual thing.

Phileosou is deeply profound, as we can all see.

Okay, back to finish the website update, pack, etc.

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Lee Harrington

Lee Harrington is an internationally known sexuality, relationships, and personal authenticity educator. Having taught in all 50 states and in 6 countries, he brings a combination of playful engagement and thoughtful academic dialogue to a broad audience. An award-winning author and editor on gender, sexual, and sacred experience, his books include “Traversing Gender: Understanding Transgender Journeys,” and "Sacred Kink: The Eightfold Paths of BDSM and Beyond," among many other titles. He has been blogging online since 1998, and been teaching worldwide since 2001. Welcome to his world, and your chance to expand your mind and heart alike.

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