Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Honoring The Dead

We owe it to the dead to dance on their graves.

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  1. love it! happiness is not without cost.

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  5. Dance, if you think I was adorable.

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  6. Dancing on their graves, a positive expression that their life mattered and life will continue on and on. Good aphorism, Marty!

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  7. Ah, yes, but we owe it to the living to keep on pumping out aphoristic cocktails for the aphoristic cognoscenti don't we!

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