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Innocent Schminnocent


Look at these men. Look closely at them. Look at them so closely and for as long as necessary so that their images will lodge forever in your mind. 424 more words




in front of a grave outside a buddhist school,
2 bottles of jeju makgeolli made with a foreign rice
& a half decayed persimmon, for the occupant, 120 more words


Day 4 Post-Op

Yesterday, David was feeling kind of independent, so we drove down town and walked around. We live in a small village nestled just above the De Luz Valley, and most of the shops are closed on Monday, so I knew there wouldn’t be a lot of people out for him to worry about. 227 more words

Graves Disease

Here's looking at you, kid.

Cimetiere du Pere Lachaise (Père Lachaise Cemetery) in Paris is the burial ground of Francois Raspail, Jim Morrison, Oscar Wilde, Allan Kardec, Simone Signoret and Yves Montand, Frederic Chopin, and Marcel Proust, to name a few. 40 more words

My Graveyard Photography

One of my favorite things to do is to take pictures of cemeteries, especially older ones, I will definitely be adding more from these cemeteries, especially Greenlawn since I didn’t get many pictures the first time I went, and maybe I’ll find other cemeteries to take pictures of as well but here are the ones I have taken so far. 48 more words

Chateau Haut-Mayne 2006: Bordeaux Blend from Graves

I have always found Bordeaux intimidated. It could be the typically high price, the complicated classification system, or the cheap and tasteless bottles I’ve had before that deterred me. 514 more words


Graveside Tour

Things that go bump in the night… (in the night)

Things that go bump in the night… (in the night)

Whatever we fear will give us a fright… 234 more words