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Death Erection

DOGS: This agile and hardworking breed resembles a fox in many ways. The "Finnish Spitz" features erect ears, a dense coat, and a bushy tail, appearing in a range of colors from pale honey to deep auburn.


The average male has between 7 and 11 erections every day. If this isn't some hard statistical evidence for the mother-fucked-to-death world we live in, I don't know what is.

OK, folks. This is a gun. We are gonna build an airplane to carry it to the enemy. May God have mercy on their souls. The A-10 Warthog main gun will NOT!


Glasnevin Cemetery - Modern Celtic Cross: The cemetery also offers a view of the changing style of death monuments in Ireland over the last 200 years: from the austere, simple, high stone erections of the period up until the 1860s, to the elaborate Celtic crosses of the nationalistic revival from the 1860s to 1960s, to the plain Italian marble of the late twentieth century. Glasnevin Cemetery has grown from its original nine to over 120 acres.


Faces of Evil - our new gallery looks at some of the criminals of the past: Image: Himmler used his racist Nazi ideology to justify the murder of millions.


Well, this is a particular pun I want to BURN out of my memory...

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The Spider Awards:’s Arachnid Hall of Fame

The Brazilian wandering spider (Phoneutria nigriventer) might be the most deadly. this formidable arachnid is thought to be responsible for more human deaths than any other spider. Found in warm, damp regions of Brazil, northern Argentina and Uruguay, the wandering spider carries a potent neurotoxin that can cause loss of muscle control, breathing problems and severe pain.


Mending the Veil - considering the veil of the temple

Thoughtful post considering the barriers we erect between us and God, effectually mending the veil of the temple which was torn in two at the moment of Jesus' death. (Matthew 27:51)