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  • The classic styles of federal, georgian, cape cod, tudor houses, victorians and even craftsman have an appeal and timelessness that ensures they will always be fondly looked at.

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  • However as a local I will speak for Lock n Load and say that apart from the food is delish, they are unlikely to turf out unruly riff raff such as present company (victorians mainly) so why frighten the good people of Vietnam in West End?

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Strictly no faffing. This is serious.

  • At times certain Euro cultures deviated from the standard (the French during the 1600's are no exception) but - on the whole, the party line trotted out is so far from the truth; And, if nobody bathed, why did the victorians turn out such beautiful marble washtstands basins and pitchers for this purpose?

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  • I love the clothing of late victorians and Edwardians.

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  • I must also admit to possessing one of the sillier varieties of napery ever conceived of by the victorians, who so loved to invent single use food accessories, we owe them the asparagus peeler, and the pickle fork, for example, the better to advertise their prosperity, and love of gimmick to their dinner guests.

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  • I want to rekindle the flame that the victorians lit - a flame that is in the danger of blowing out leaving our culture with just recipies for current technology but no inovation or advancement.

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  • A wally of a journo promoting a girl with eyes of blue pearl but could not paint as kyffin could not either the victorians laughing in there pits of dwindlin...

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  • In other words, it seemed to be a stained glass imitation of that fishscale shingle pattern you see on fancy old victorians.

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  • As We Were is sort of a memoir, but it's not so much about himself and his family as about -- sort of -- eminent victorians that he knew.

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  • Equally even before the victorians we believed in some form of support for societies poorest, so there is a need for the richer to pay more than the poorer.

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