1024 Clinton Street Bed & Breakfast
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... without saying, mine is the one that actually states what happens. His is PURE fantasy; Gill first of all you made it seems like I was interested in you so let me set the records straight before explain my position. Take a look at the number of females that stays with me. Look at their pictures. They are all beautiful then you. You look very horribly, nasty and ugly compare to them. As a matter of fact you look very scary to me and that's why I stayed away from you when you arrived. ...
... 139 human skulls from people all over the world in a cabinet along one wall, and each has a little card that tells the story of the corresponding skull, including name, age, features, and a cause of death. The differences in all the skulls is quite fascinating, but the stories kinda make it. One belonged to a tightrope walker, who fell and broke his neck, and there are plenty of gunshot wounds, and Pirates, and suicides, and murder victims… and one poor bugger ...
... cast off its cares; the people that once bestowed commands, consulships, legions and all else, now meddles no more and longs eagerly for just two things----Bread and Games! - Juvenal, Satire 10
Plays, farces, spectacles, gladiators, strange beasts, medals, pictures, and other such opiates, these were for ancient peoples the bait toward slavery, the price of their liberty, the instruments of tyranny. By these practices and enticements the ancient dictators ...
... of the name or the reason why he was counted twice in the 1900 Census, but those things happen. The gentlemen helping us even let us photograph the ledger page covering this burial. Then, sending us out to the grave site, he said he would send someone to help us make sure we had the right spot. Kevin, judging by his brogue was recently off the boat from Ireland, showed up a few minutes after we did and made sure we had the right spot. Though ...
... with a red pen and made some notes. I was handed a little piece of paper with the number A10 and took a seat waiting to be called to a different window. I probably had a 10 minute wait before my number was called to window 10. I walked to the window and handed Irene all the necessary paperwork. She quickly noticed the departure date, made a slightly confused face, looked at the date set on her stamper, and said "That's tomorrow! Why did ...