A rare moment of quiet amidst the maelstrom - A rare moment of quiet amidst the maelstrom There are some groups of words that make me smile despite their meaning: bedlam pandamonium tumult chaos and maelstrom. Not sure why but I'm writing this post and grinning huge. Maybe this is the early onset of something: Acute Ongapotchket (stage 4) or Faecal Encephalopathy. I may need to be palpated later. #trippininthegardenonmiraclegro #columbine #gardenrespite #madewithmefoto
Bedlam Library is located within a secure institution for the criminally insane. It is not on the mainland USA so you'd probably find it difficult to visit us in person. The nature of our facility and the inmates incarcerated here mean that only staff, a few close relativ
https://flic.kr/p/RPSnDZ | Benny's Rebel Room | A somewhat (appropriately) battered matchbook cover from the famed Benny's Rebel Room, located on the 14th Street strip that was known simply as The Block in the 1960s. A 1964 Washington Post article said that "Bennie's Rebel Room is bedlam in close-order drill. It is rock and roll. It is the beat (man). It is some kind of way out--and one could mean gone (man)." Opened by Benjamin Leon Mendelson (1905-1990) in 1946, Benny's featured ...
The Ghosts from Bedlam Everyone today uses the word “Bedlam” to mean something that is out of control, chaotic, loud and noisy. The word Bedlam originated from London’s first insane asylum. The Hospital of St. Mary of Bethlehem was established in London in 1247 as a hospice. By the time this institution moved to its first new location in 1337, it became known as Bethlem Hospital, or “Bedlam” f