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    Default Paganini - vampire virtuoso?

    Here's a link to a JSTOR article on Paganini's bloodletting kit.
    http://daily.jstor.org/paganinis-blo..._arts_11182015

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    Weird title: bloodletting was extremely common at this time, and has nothing to do with vampires.

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    At first I thought it said "Paganini - vampire hunter?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abraham Lincoln View Post
    At first I thought it said "Paganini - vampire hunter?"
    *This summer* ... *the battle between the living and the undead*...*starts*...*with one note*

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    Wow, quite the article. I know little to nothing about the life of Paganini, so that was quite the introduction. Sounds like a minor miracle he made it to 57!

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    Quote Originally Posted by keymasher View Post
    Wow, quite the article. I know little to nothing about the life of Paganini, so that was quite the introduction. Sounds like a minor miracle he made it to 57!
    Could have been worse.
    First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.
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    Paganini's living in Louisiana these days, isn't he?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Retrograde Inversion View Post
    Paganini's living in Louisiana these days, isn't he?
    Rumours goes : he's going to live in the Trump Tower.
    First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.
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