Félix Faure, Man and Boat

Posted on by Frank Brinkley

Il voulait être César, il ne fut que Pompée This year, 16 February (same procedure as every year, James), I acknowledge the death of the President of France, Félix Faure, in the year eighteen ninety-nine, of a stiff apoplexy, while receiving oral gratification from his mistress Marguerite Steinheil. An appropriate and alternative festival: orgasm/death, so […]

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It Says Here

Posted on by Tom Fleming

That the way through the woods runs out in a blizzard. That the ocean does not, is eternal, And still for a while you may cross the great ice-dome By dog-sled, though at your own risk. That the book you are reading is one of a kind, That its door opens inwards and cannot be […]

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