Meet the White Witch of Los Angeles


#1

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#2

Not sure how I feel about somebody with that many eyes…


#3

A girl with colitis goes by?


#4

Shouldn’t that headline be “Meet thee White Witch ov Los Angeles”?


#6

Not to be confused with the Witch Queen of New Orleans.


#7

Which queen of New Orleans?


#8

“The eyes [sic] have it!”


#9

“Many people aren’t that wonderful.”

LOL!


#10

I didn’t know this was a thing I could aspire to? I mean, THE White Witch? I was in a UU church with probably 20 of those.

I suppose I could claim the title “The White Witch of Seattle” but the “white” part might be redundant up here.


#11

So you’re saying this isn’t a post about Ann Coulter?


#12

For Los Angeles, this is actually kind of boring.

Although, the bad photography is kind of fun!

Much better:

Yes!!!


#13

Wow, I haven’t thought about TOPY in forever. I wonder how they are doing?


#14

what a nutter.


#15

[Citation needed]


#16

So if one were to pronounce the word ‘wicca’ by Old English rules, it would sound like “wee-tchuh”. Wicca / wicce is the ancestor of the modern ‘wise’. I think Sweet’s Anglo-Saxon Primer covers this, if you want an actual source.


#17

Words with eyes on them still see to speak.


#18

Not according to the Shorter OED, it’s not.

The version on Project Gutenberg doesn’t.


#19

Does she make tons of bank on bankers of social capital?

If so, suspect.

If po, who know?


#20

That version of Sweet gives “wīs” as the Old English word for “wise”.


#21