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M.C.: [Singing]

Willkommen! Bienvenue! Welcome!
Fremder, Etranger, Stranger,
Glucklich zu sehen,
Je suis enchante,
Happy to see you,
Bleibe, reste, stay.
Willkommen! Bienvenue! Welcome!
Im Cabaret, Au Cabaret, To Cabaret!

M.C.: [Speaking]

Meine Damen und Herren,
Mes dames et Messieurs,
Ladies and Gentlemen,
Comment ca va?
Do you feel good?
Ich bin euer Conferencier!
I am you host!
Und sagen.

M.C.: [Singing]

Willkommen! Bienvenue! Welcome!
Im Cabaret, Au Cabaret, To Cabaret!

M.C.: [Speaking]

Leave your troubles outside.
So life is disappointing, forget it!
In here life is beautiful.
The girls are beautiful.
Even the orchestra is beautiful.

[The Band plays]

M.C.: [Speaking]

And now presenting the cabaret girls!
Heidi, Kristina, Mouzy, Helga, Betty und Ingrid.
Each and everyone a virgin--
You don't believe me,
Well, do not take my word for it,
Go ahead, ask Helga!
Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

Outside it is winter, but here it is so hot
Every night we have to battle to keep the
girls from taking off all their clothing
So don't go away ...
who knows tonight we may lose the battle
Ha ha ha ha ha ha

GIRLS: [Singing]

Glucklich zu sehen,
Je suis enchante,
Happy to see you--

[Girls Dance]

GIRLS: [Singing]

Willkommen! Bienvenue! Welcome!
Im Cabaret, Au Cabaret, To Cabaret!

ALL: (whispering)

M.C. [Speaking to introduce the other players]
GIRLS: [Singing in background]

Willkommen! Bienvenue! Welcome!

Fremder, Etranger, Stranger,

M.C. [Speaking]:
Hello stranger

GIRLS: [Singing]

Glucklich zu sehen,
Je suis enchante,
Enchante, Madame!

COMPANY: [Singing]

Happy to see you,
Bleibe, reste, stay.
Wir sagen
Willkommen! Bienvenue! Welcome!
Im Cabaret! ...
Au Cabaret! ...
To Cabaret! ...

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Money makes the world go around
The world go around
The world go around
Money makes the world go around
It makes the world go 'round.
[SALLY & EMCEE (In canon)
A mark, a yen, a buck, or a pound
A buck or a pound
A buck or a pound
Is all that makes the world go around,
That clinking clanking sound
Can make the world go 'round.

Money money money money money money
Money money money money money money
Money money money money money money
Money money

If you happen
To be rich,
And you feel like a
Night's enetertainment,
You can pay for a
Gay escapade.
Money money
Money money
Money money
Money money
If you happen to
To be rich,
And alone, and you
Need a companion
You can ring-ting-
A-ling for the maid.
If you happen
To be rich
And you find you are
Left by your lover,
Though you moan
And you groan
Quite a lot,
Money money
Money money
Money money
Money money
You can take it
On the chin,
Call a cab,
And begin
To recover
On your fourteen-
Carat yacht.

Money makes the world go around,
The world go around,
The world go around,
Money makes the world go around,
Of that we can be sure.
(....) on being poor.

Money money money-
money money money
Money money money-
money money money
Money money money money money money
Money money money money money money
Money money money money money money


If you haven't any coal in the stove
And you freeze in the winter
And you curse on the wind
At your fate
When you haven't any shoes
On your feet
And your coat's thin as paper
And you look thirty pounds
When you go to get a word of advice
From the fat little pastor
He will tell you to love evermore.
But when hunger comes a rap,
Rat-a-tat, rat-a-tat at the window...

At the window...

[SALLY (spoken)]
Who's there?

[EMCEE (spoken)]

[SALLY (Spoken)]
Ooh, hunger!

See how love flies out the door...

Money makes
The world...
...Go around
The world...
...Go around
The world...
...Go around
Money makes the
.... Go around
...Go around

That clinking
Clanking sound of
Money money money money money money
Money money money money money money

Get a little,
Money money
Get a little,
Money money
Money money
Money money
Money money
Money money

Mark, a yen, a buck
Get a little
Or a pound
Get a little
That clinking clanking
Get a little
Get a little

Clinking sound

Money money
Money money...

Is all that makes
The world go 'round

Money money
Money money

It makes the world go round!

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Dialogues of Plato
The School of Athens (Detail) by Rafael [Public Domain Image]

Plato, the greatest philosopher of ancient Greece, was born in Athens in 428 or 427 B.C.E. to an aristocratic family. He studied under Socrates, who appears as a character in many of his dialogues. He attended Socrates' trial and that traumatic experience may have led to his attempt to design an ideal society. Following the death of Socrates he travelled widely in search of learning. After twelve years he returned to Athens and founded his Academy, one of the earliest organized schools in western civilization. Among Plato's pupils was Aristotle. Some of Plato's other influences were Pythagoras, Anaxagoras, and Parmenides.

Plato wrote extensively and most of his writings survived. His works are in the form of dialogues, where several characters argue a topic by asking questions of each other. This form allows Plato to raise various points of view and let the reader decide which is valid. Plato expounded a form of dualism, where there is a world of ideal forms separate from the world of perception. The most famous exposition of this is his metaphor of the Cave, where people living in a cave are only able to see flickering shadows projected on the wall of the external reality. This influenced many later thinkers, particularly the Neoplatonists and the Gnostics, and is similar to views held by some schools of Hindu dualistic metaphysics.

Plato died in 347 B.C.E. In the middle ages he was eclipsed by Aristotle. His works were saved for posterity by Islamic scholars and reintroduced into the west in the Renaissance. Since then he has been a strong influence on philosophy, as well as natural and social science.

Although the exact order of the dialogues is not known, the following is a consensus ordering based on internal evidence:

Early Dialogues

In these dialogues, Socrates is the central character, and is believed to be expressing his own views. These are the only remaining record of Socrates' teachings; hence these are known as the <cite>Socratic dialogues</cite>.

Apology (the Death of Socrates) translated by Benjamin Jowett [1871]

Crito translated by Benjamin Jowett [1871]

Charmides, or Temperance translated by Benjamin Jowett [1871]

Laches or Courage translated by Benjamin Jowett [1871]

Lysis, or Friendship translated by Benjamin Jowett [1871]

Euthyphro translated by Benjamin Jowett [1871]

Ion translated by Benjamin Jowett [1871]

Middle Dialogues

In these dialogues, Plato begins expressing his own views, in the guise of Socrates. The Symposium and Republic are the most important works in this period.

Gorgias translated by Benjamin Jowett [1871]

Protagoras translated by Benjamin Jowett [1871]

Meno translated by Benjamin Jowett [1871]

Euthydemus translated by Benjamin Jowett [1871]

Cratylus translated by Benjamin Jowett [1871]

Phaedo translated by Benjamin Jowett [1871]

Phaedrus translated by Benjamin Jowett [1871]

Symposium translated by Benjamin Jowett [1871]

Republic translated by Benjamin Jowett [1871]

Theaetetus translated by Benjamin Jowett [1871]

Parmenides translated by Benjamin Jowett [1871]

Late Dialogues

The later dialogues are deeper developments of the philosophy expressed in the earlier ones; these are the most difficult of Plato's works.

Sophist translated by Benjamin Jowett [1871]

Statesman translated by Benjamin Jowett [1871]

Philebus translated by Benjamin Jowett [1871]

Timaeus translated by Benjamin Jowett [1871]

Critias translated by Benjamin Jowett [1871]

Laws translated by Benjamin Jowett [1871]

The Seventh Letter translated by J. Harward [1928]

Other Resources

The Complete Works

The full texts of Plato's dialogues online:

Perseus Project
Greek Texts with each word
linked to a lexicon.

Thesaurus Linguae Graecae
Online Greek texts - Pick a font
then search for Plato

Library of Ancient Texts Online
Greek texts with various
English and French Trans.

MIT Internet Classics Archive
English Text - Some dialogues are incomplete with the endings cut off.

Alex Catalogue
Various Text sources

Last Days of Socrates

Euthyphro, Apology, Crito, Phaedo
Hyperlinks in text to glossary
and comments

Project Gutenburg
English Text
Use HTML format

Plato's Republic
Columbia University

Episteme Links
Various Text Sources

Platon Dialogues
(texte grec et traduction Franaise)

Obras Completas de Platn
por D. Patricio de Azcrate

Platon's smmtliche Werke
bersetzt von Mller und Steinhart
Holen Sie sich alle fnf Bnde im PDF
von Google Books. Die PDF-Link
ist in der oberen rechten ecke.

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Meaning of Life: Doing the best you can at what you enjoy most doing without doing harm to yourself or others.
Five Things I Can't Live Without: [1] cannot live without air for more than three minutes.
[2] cannot live without shelter for more than three hours in extreme temperatures.
[3] cannot live without water for more than three days.
[4] cannot live without food for more than three weeks.
[5] cannot live without sleep for more than three hundred hours.

Favorite Books:
  1. Chandler, Raymond. Bay City Blues (1938)
  2. Chandler, Raymond. Farewell, My Lovely (1940)
  3. Chandler, Raymond. Finger Man (1934)
  4. Chandler, Raymond. Five Murderers [Collection] (1944)
  5. Chandler, Raymond. Five Sinister Characters [Collection] (1945)
  6. Chandler, Raymond. Goldfish (1936)
  7. Chandler, Raymond. Guns at Cyrano's (1936)
  8. Chandler, Raymond. I'll Be Waiting (1939)
  9. Chandler, Raymond. Killer in the Rain (1935)
  10. Chandler, Raymond. Killer in the Rain [Collection] (1964)
  11. Chandler, Raymond. Mandarin's Jade (1937)
  12. Chandler, Raymond. Nevada Gas (1935)
  13. Chandler, Raymond. No Crime in the Mountains (1941)
  14. Chandler, Raymond. Pearls Are a Nuisance (1939)
  15. Chandler, Raymond. Pickup on Noon Street (1936)
  16. Chandler, Raymond. Pick-Up on Noon Street [Collection] (1953)
  17. Chandler, Raymond. Playback (1958)
  18. Chandler, Raymond. Red Wind (1938)
  19. Chandler, Raymond. Red Wind [Collection] (1946)
  20. Chandler, Raymond. Smart-Aleck Kill (1934)
  21. Chandler, Raymond. Spanish Blood (1935)
  22. Chandler, Raymond. Spanish Blood [Collection] (1946)
  23. Chandler, Raymond. The Big Sleep (1939)
  24. Chandler, Raymond. The Curtain (1936)
  25. Chandler, Raymond. The Finger Man and Other Stories [Collection] (1946)
  26. Chandler, Raymond. The High Window (1943)
  27. Chandler, Raymond. The King in Yellow (1938)
  28. Chandler, Raymond. The Lady in the Lake [novel] (1944)
  29. Chandler, Raymond. The Lady in the Lake [story] (1939)
  30. Chandler, Raymond. The Little Sister (1949)
  31. Chandler, Raymond. The Long Goodbye (1953)
  32. Chandler, Raymond. The Man Who Liked Dogs (1936)
  33. Chandler, Raymond. The Raymond Chandler Omnibus (1953)
  34. Chandler, Raymond. The Simple Art of Murder (1950)
  35. Chandler, Raymond. The Simple Art of Murder [Collection] (1950) [dir]
  36. Chandler, Raymond. Trouble is My Business (1939)
  37. Chandler, Raymond. Trouble is My Business [Collection] (1950) [dir]
  38. Chandler, Raymond. Try the Girl (1937)
Favorite Movies:
12 Angry Men
12 Years a Slave
2001: A Space Odyssey
3 Idiots
A Beautiful Mind
A Christmas Story
A Clockwork Orange
A Fistful of Dollars
A Separation
All About Eve
American Beauty
American History X
Amores Perros
Annie Hall
Apocalypse Now
Back to the Future
Barry Lyndon
Batman Begins
Beauty and the Beast
Before Sunrise
Before Sunset
Bicycle Thieves
Blade Runner
Blood Diamond
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
Castle in the Sky
Cinema Paradiso
Citizen Kane
City Lights
City of God
Colour It Yellow
Cool Hand Luke
Das Boot
Dial M for Murder
Die Hard
Dil Chahta Hai
Django Unchained
Dog Day Afternoon
Donnie Darko
Double Indemnity
Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Fanny and Alexander
Fight Club
Finding Nemo
For a Few Dollars More
Forrest Gump
Full Metal Jacket
Gone Girl
Gone with the Wind
Good Will Hunting
Gran Torino
Grave of the Fireflies
Groundhog Day
Guardians of the Galaxy
Hachi: A Dogs Tale
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2
High Noon
Hotel Rwanda
How to Train Your Dragon
Howls Moving Castle
In the Mood for Love
In the Name of the Father
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
Infernal Affairs
Inglourious Basterds
Into the Wild
Ip Man
It Happened One Night
Its a Wonderful Life
Judgment at Nuremberg
Jurassic Park
Kill Bill: Vol. 1
L.A. Confidential
La Haine
La Strada
Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India
Lawrence of Arabia
Lon: The Professional
Life Is Beautiful
Life of Brian
Like Stars on Earth
Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels
Mary and Max
Memories of Murder
Million Dollar Baby
Modern Times
Monsters, Inc.
Monty Python and the Holy Grail
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
My Neighbor Totoro
Nausica of the Valley of the Wind
No Country for Old Men
North by Northwest
On the Waterfront
Once Upon a Time in America
Once Upon a Time in the West
One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest
Pans Labyrinth
Paths of Glory
Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl
Princess Mononoke
Pulp Fiction
Raging Bull
Raiders of the Lost Ark
Rear Window
Requiem for a Dream
Reservoir Dogs
Roman Holiday
Saving Private Ryan
Schindlers List
Seven Samurai
Shutter Island
Sin City
Singin in the Rain
Slumdog Millionaire
Some Like It Hot
Spirited Away
Stalag 17
Stand by Me
Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope
Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back
Star Wars: Episode VI - The Return of the Jedi
Strangers on a Train
Sunset Blvd.
Taxi Driver
Terminator 2: Judgment Day
The 400 Blows
The Apartment
The Avengers
The Battle of Algiers
The Best Years of Our Lives
The Big Lebowski
The Big Sleep
The Bourne Ultimatum
The Bridge on the River Kwai
The Celebration
The Dark Knight Rises
The Dark Knight
The Deer Hunter
The Departed
The Elephant Man
The General
The Godfather: Part II
The Godfather
The Gold Rush
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
The Graduate
The Grand Budapest Hotel
The Grapes of Wrath
The Great Dictator
The Great Escape
The Green Mile
The Help
The Hunt
The Hustler
The Intouchables
The Kid
The Killing
The Kings Speech
The Lion King
The Lives of Others
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
The Maltese Falcon
The Matrix
The Night of the Hunter
The Pianist
The Prestige
The Princess Bride
The Secret in Their Eyes
The Seventh Seal
The Shawshank Redemption
The Shining
The Silence of the Lambs
The Sixth Sense
The Sting
The Terminator
The Thing
The Third Man
The Treasure of the Sierra Madre
The Truman Show
The Usual Suspects
The Wages of Fear
The Wizard of Oz
The Wolf of Wall Street
There Will Be Blood
Three Colors: Red
To Kill a Mockingbird
Touch of Evil
Toy Story 3
Toy Story
Twelve Monkeys
V for Vendetta
Whos Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Wild Strawberries
Witness for the Prosecution
X-Men: Days of Future Past
Perfect Mate:

Guys put a lot of time and effort into finding the right girl, but you'll only find out if your girlfriend is a keeper or not once you ignite that relationship and spend some time together. Should you dump your girlfriend or is she a keeper? Here are 16 signs thatshes the one for you and you should hang onto her.

  1. She gets along well with your family.

    Your girlfriend gets along like a house on fire with your family, mostly your mom or sister, but your dad likes her too. Just don't make the mistake of introducing your girlfriend to your family TOO early that can potentially be a drastic mistake.

  2. You share a lot of the sameinterests.

    Your conversations never get boring because you share a lot of the same interests and always want to pick one anothers brains. You both like the same bands, watch similar TV shows, follow certain sports or have the same taste in. That's always a great starting point to any relationship.

  3. She isn't clingy or overly-attached to you.

    She doesn't dig her claws into you and go crazy when you havent responded to her text in 2 hours. A clingy or overly-attached girlfriend in the early stages of your relationship should be a red warning flag. If she's that clingy now, imagine how much worse she's going to be a couple of months down the line.

  4. She buys awesome birthday gifts.

    She buys you the best birthday gifts, and she does it all without asking you what you want which makes it all the more surprising!

  5. Shes a demon in the bedroom.

    She always comes up with new and interesting ways to spice things up with you in the bedroom. The sex is never boring or flat, and it just keeps getting better and better.

  6. She doesnt hold grudges over silly arguments youve had in the past.

    She doesn't bring up a silly comment you said 6 months ago for the sake of shutting you up and winning the argument. She leaves the past behind, and so should you.

  7. You still get a little jealous when shes talking to a guy.

    You can't but feel a slight tinge of jealousy when you see her talking to another guy, even if it is totally platonic. A little jealousy is always good its a solid indicator of how you really feel about her. Remember: a LITTLE jealousy.

  8. She occasionally asks you about your day, rather than telling you about hers all the time.

    She doesn't blab on and on about her all day she knows when its time to talk and when its time to listen. She'll talk about her because she wants to tell you, but she'll also ask you how you're doing.

  9. Shes independent.

    Shes completely comfortable doing things on her own and doesn't need to be in constant contact with you.

  10. She understands that you need some time to yourself.

    As well as that, she understands that spending too much time together will make you both go crazy, so she knows that you need some time to hang out with your friends, or be by yourself from time to time.

  11. Sex aside, you genuinely enjoy her company and having her around.

    She's quickly becoming your best friend. Being with her is like hanging around with one of the guys. You thoroughly enjoy just chatting or laughing with her, and doing mundane everyday things like watching TV together.

  12. She makes you laugh so effortlessly.

    She has the power to make you laugh, whether it comes in the form of her saying something totally random, joking around or lovingly making fun of you. Any girl who can make you laugh easily is definitely a keeper.

  13. You know you can confide in her about something personal if you ever need to.

    You know that she is always there for you, and can keep a secret or help you out with any personal issue you may be struggling with.

  14. She avoids gossiping.

    Gossip and chit-chat aren't things that she likes to engage in. Shes not one for spreading rumours, and treats others how she would like to be treated in return.

  15. She doesnt freak out about your past.

    She realises that you've had previousgirlfriends and it doesn't bother her. She's dated other guys too, and you both are comfortable and happy with where youre at now. And if youre REALLY mature, you can talk about past relationships, and how and why they didn't work out.

  16. She likes you for you, and doesn't want to change you.

    Last but certainly not least, she likes you for you. It may sound like a cliche but its true. She doesn't possess this internal need to change you, or mold you into something different. She realises that youre not her human Ken Doll.

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