Reblogging for Teutron, and his Scarlett obsession.
YOU ARE DEAD.
Not at this moment, of course, but in the grand scheme of things we are all mortal and our time is fleeting. Death is the ultimate price of life and that is why we feel the urge to make every moment count.
Kiss the girl. Take the risk. Explore the world. Discover the unknown. Earn a fortune. Seek world fame. These are experiences one can only achieve while blood is pumping and breath is being drawn.
Or, so one would assume.
Some individuals have actually accomplished their greatest deeds and participated in their most epic adventures long after their demise.
After Life: True Tales of the Wandering Dead is a thoughtful and well-researched compilation of these very real post -mortem adventures.
Learn the complete history of mummy commerce - the trade of human remains for the production of medicine, pigments and more! Unearth the very real role Body Snatchers and ‘Resurrectionists’ performed in the name of science. Read about the Portuguese concubine who was exhumed and made Queen and about the deceased Wild West outlaw who traveled America as a fun-house prop.
These are just a small sampling of the very true tales of the wandering dead that can be found in the pages of After Life.
Other post-mortem exploits chronicled include:
- the deceased sideshow freak who continued her travels as a taxidermied attration
- the corpse who was hung for treason
- the successful mummification of Lenin and the upkeep involved
- the famous dead
- the immortal beloved
- the bone collectors
She reblogged from the coffee shop where half the staff know her by name, as well as a number of the regulars.
Someone’s a pig not a dinosaur! Jeeeze Louise!
#squishable #trex #dinosaur #cake #birthday #office party
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Via Flickr :
Waiting for Christmas 2013 : jour 6
Manalas (petits pains briochés à la cannelle de la st Nicolas)
It’s FINALLY done! the Christmas outfits were so adorable
This is one of my favorite fanarts of Hat Films.
I drew you a Loki in a Christmas sweater.
Nevada 150 Photo Contest Winner
"The Rainbow Mountain Wilderness is one of my favorite places. This image was taken early in the morning after a winter storm swept through the Red Rock escarpment. The sun was beginning to burn off the low enveloping fog. The outside temperature was below freezing and it was snowing as I packed all my gear to the spot I had in mind near the Oak Creek Trail. As the fog lifted, I was amazed at the grand vista and the sheer beauty of this corner of Nevada."
Image: Oak Creek Dusting
Location: Red Rock National Conservation Area
BLM District: Southern Nevada
Photographer: Kent A. LeFevre