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Insomnia

In a cradle, with a broken beat
I sway to the heights, of my misery
Like a serpent straying, in dark street
Ends in cul-de-sac, of a spent frenzy! 103 more words

Poetry

Three Funnies

I’m a person who really enjoys reading the Sunday comics (and also the comics every other day of the week).

I have a collection of Calvin & Hobbes collections that I don’t know the exact number of off the top of my head (more than 5). 13 more words

IMPASSE DE  L'HOTEL D'ARGENSON

This is our entry in Dutch goes the Photo!’s Tuesday Photo Challenge – Alley.

The graffiti on the walls in this Parisian alley prompts the chicken-and-egg question: which came first — the graffiti or the gates at both ends? 141 more words

Photography

Reading the Comics, July 8, 2017: Mostly Just Pointing Edition

Won’t lie: I was hoping for a busy week. While Comic Strip Master Command did send a healthy number of mathematically-themed comic strips, I can’t say they were a particularly deep set. 772 more words

Math

Cul-de-sac (1966)

Cul-de-sac

Finally had the opportunity to watch this film. I love Roman Polanski’s work. The first two films of The Apartment trilogy are phenomenal. Even his recent stuff is so good (I’m talking especially about Carnage). 303 more words

Film

Poem: Dead End or Cul de Sac

By: David Lohrey

Trish: yes, she was the varsity slut at my high school.
It’s so great having memories. I remember it all.
Male and female electric sockets. 410 more words

Poetry

A weekend in Rome - part 3

On day 1, we explored the Antique Rome, on day 2, we visited the Vatican, and day 3 was all about the ‘everyday’ Rome. 124 more words

Italy