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Nightmares End

“You stupid damn fool, why’d you shoot this customer?” “I didn’t shoot this customer.  I plugged them ones over there.  I must have killed all three of them.  Look at the size of them holes.” Nobody cares about “Advertisements”.  I … Continue reading

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Charles Baudelaire (1821 – 1867)

Charles Baudelaire was born in Paris, France in 1821. Except for one brief period he lived in Paris his entire life. Charles Baudelaire’s father was 63 when Charles was born, and his mother just 29. Charles Baudelaire’s father died when … Continue reading

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