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Originally posted by EvanJP
I don't feel like getting more images, as it is six in the morning.
As for Maino, forward to 2:15 if you only want to hear that one statement.
Originally posted by MasterGemini
reply to post by Ecidemon
This is pretty much how I read it in my head; take two guess at who's who.
Paul Smecker: Why don't you get me a cup of coffee?
Detective Ecidemon: Who the hell is this...?
Paul Smecker: Cafe latte.
Detective Ecidemon: What the #...?
Paul Smecker: Twist of lemon.
Detective Ecidemon: Chief, what the # is this?
Paul Smecker: Sweet'N Low.
Asmodeus, pronounced Ashmedeus in Hebrew, is famous as the demon as mentioned in the Book of Tobit. Texts in demonology and some Talmudic legends maintain he was the prime figure in the construction of the Temple of Solomon. Many scholars trace his origins to Zoroastrianism, from where incorporations were made into Judaism and Christianity.
Persian religious texts note him as the chief of all demons whose mission is to instill anger and feelings of revenge in men, and create evil.
The text Malleus Maleficarum denounced him as the demon of lust opposed by St. John. Demonologists in the 16th century assigned the month of November to him; others declared his sun sign as Aquarius.
He was also said to incite gambling, oversee gambling houses in Hell and protect male homosexuals.
Originally posted by juleol
reply to post by EvanJP
So now having someone who sounds gay in a series is a conspiracy as well??? Are you suggesting that they are trying to make us gay even though science has very well proven that they are born that way?
Psychological projection or projection bias is a psychological defense mechanism where a person subconsciously denies his or her own attributes, thoughts, and emotions, which are then ascribed to the outside world, usually to other people. Thus, projection involves imagining or projecting the belief that others originate those feelings.