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Things I Hate About... Public Transit

The second installment of my series. The first was about Traffic PUBLIC TRANSIT 1 - Strikes 2 - Not enough seats 3 - Annoying cellphone ringtones 4 - Annoying cellphone users 5 - Cyclists who bring their muddy bikes onto the bus/subway...

Things I Hate About... Public Transit

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The London Necropolis Railway

author: TBCS : London, UK
Monday, August 1st, 2005


 

The London Necropolis Railway

author: TBCS : London, UK


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The surviving entrance to the private station at 121 Road During the first half of the 19th century, 's population more than doubled and the number of corpses requiring disposal was growing almost as fast. space in the city had failed to keep pace with this growth, and so the vast new - the Necropolis - was built in . was the largest burial ground in the world when it was opened in 1854 by the & . To get there, the deceased and their mourners - segregated by...


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FDR Drive Just Before 7pm


FDR Drive Just Before 7pm

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Abandoned Homes


In my many adventures in living in the city of Toronto, it never fails to amaze me the things I discover. Here are some pictures of houses and other buildings I found.

Abandoned Homes

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Warm Tomatoes

a poem i wrote in 1977. it is a pantoum. a remarkable type of poem because you use the same lines for each new stanza. it kinda goes like this, abab bcbc cdcd dada. here...

Warm Tomatoes