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auto hypnosis

It’s National Patty Melt Day, in these United States.

– photo by Mitch Waxman

Y’know, after all this time, it feels like certain sections of my particular oeuvre are running a bit dry. 226 more words

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future freedom

It’s Revolution and Youth Day, in the nation of Tunisia.

– photo by Mitch Waxman

Another day in Calvary, another dead New York City Irishman who changed the world. 829 more words

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sterile abysses

It’s National Religious Freedom Day, in these United States.

– photo by Mitch Waxman

One is a fan of the U.K.’s long running science fiction serial “Doctor Who.” A villain recently added to the rogues gallery of the time traveling television hero is a race of aliens called the Weeping Angels. 367 more words

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possible reinforcements

Block by block in LIC, from grave to rail.

– photo by Mitch Waxman

In a post last week – I mentioned that shortly after visiting the Kosciuszko Bridge construction site, the burning thermonuclear eye of God itself had managed to burn off the atmospheric gray miasma which had occluded it. 639 more words

Photowalks

angled planes

Not rodents, the groundling burrowers are instead mammalian and obligate nasal breathers.

– photo by Mitch Waxman

The groundling burrowers have a nearly 360 degree field of vision, with their only blind spot directly in front of them at the tip of their nose. 450 more words

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Bicyclists Dig Up Controversy In Queens With Self-Guided Cemetery Tours

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Along with the people buried in Queens cemeteries, there is also a lot of history and a bicycle tour is sending cyclists to check it out. 284 more words

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and madness

Calvary Cemetery in Blissville, in today’s post.

– photo by Mitch Waxman

Happened across this extraordinary monument over in Calvary Cemetery the other day. Depicting a weeping angel holding a bouquet of flowers, the top name on the stone is “Anna Genovese.” A bit of research was conducted on the name and year (1932), which unfortunately coincides with the second marriage of gangland leader Vito Genovese to a woman named Anna. 563 more words

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