Today, I'm off to attend a friend's civil wedding, at an ungodly early hour. Here in Uruguay you have to be married at the "civil registry" (Uruguay is a strictly secular country, and religious weddings do not count legally speaking, and technically cannot even take place without the civil registry wedding first); and this is often a problem on account of the massively incompetent and uncaring bureaucracy of Uruguay's civil service. They randomly assign you a date and hour, which can often make it very difficult for your friends or family to attend (as its almost always on a weekday and during working hours); and this is if the whole thing isn't shut down due to union strike actions (as indeed, my wedding to The Wench nearly was). Its a profoundly shitty system.
Anyways, for today's post, I present you a very good article about the influence of Aleister Crowley on modern society!
Currently Smoking: Dunhill Shell Diplomat + C&D's Crowley's Best