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Levels of Suspense

Out of the many prominent motifs Alfred Hitchcock uses in his films, staircases are the key to understanding his view of the world. Coming from a lower-middle class family himself, Hitchcock uses stairs to indicate differences in societal class. 263 more words


Statues on the Fontaine aux Lions de Nubie

The cast iron statues on the Fontaine aux Lions de Nubie act as additional water features as well as providing the relevant name of the water fountain. 14 more words


Compétition à Juste Pour Rire?

Mais blague à part,

Dans ce segment de ”En Mode Salvail”, Éric joue des mauvais tours au différentes personnes qui semblent s’aventurer trop près des fontaines du Cartier des Spectacles. 33 more words




Ain’t No Breakman – Fontaine Brown

Kathelin Grey – Pat Metheny & Ornette Coleman

High Flyin’ Woman – Average White Band 8 more words

Funny... I Don't Remember Being Absentminded

Jean de La Fontaine was a 17th century French author who wrote simple animal stories that contained elements of satire and social criticism. He was famous for his absentmindedness. 84 more words


Diamonds in the rough

This post is an outgrowth of my (ongoing) attempt to understand Peter Scholze’s remarkable course at Berkeley.  The first couple of paragraphs below are a rather comically compressed summary of some portions of Jared Weinstein’s… 1,232 more words

P-adic Hodge Theory