Édouard Siddon's works, written around 1807, became revered for their power and feared for their complexity. Already, Siddon became known as a kind of modern Heraclitus: he came to be known as Siddon the Obscure. His final words, according to tradition, went as follows: "One man alone," he said, "ever understood me. And even then..." Siddon whispered, turning his head against the wall for his final breath, "... even he never truly understood me."
@dexter i honestly have no clue what the premise of the show even is, i figured at first it was just like,,, netflix just giving sex ed but i keep on hearing things that contradict that
@katnjia i mean its not as bad as other things i could post
pics of me and dirt, maybe the cutest pictures??? ever???? selfies, EC, boosts++++
look ok me and @dirt are the best and cutest duo on mastodon i dont even care