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David Bruce: Death Anecdotes

https://pixabay.com/en/day-of-the-dead-colorful-make-up-1868836/ Gay author Michael Thomas Ford had an uncle named David who was also gay and whose lover was named George. David and George lived together for many years in a committed relationship, but after they died together in a … Continue reading

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David Bruce: Death Anecdotes

https://pixabay.com/en/offering-colors-dead-2912287/ In the days before such things as Welfare and Social Security, people in this and other countries grew desperate because of poverty. A young mother — a struggling opera singer — who had been deserted by her husband grew … Continue reading

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Marcus Aurelius: Live a Good Life

Crazyhorse16, “What scares you the most about dying?” Reddit. 3 April 2017 https://www.reddit.com/r/AskReddit/comments/63b6bp/what_scares_you_the_most_about_dying/

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David Bruce: Anecdotes About Death

J.W. “Blind” Boone was an African-American pianist who made his living as a musician during the late 19th century and early 20th century — he died in 1927. He could have died much earlier in Kansas City, MO. At a … Continue reading

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David Bruce: Anecdotes About Death

Long ago, reporters sometimes resorted to thievery in order to get a good story. For example, a reporter who did not work for the Chicago Tribune heard that a man named something like John Jones had been murdered. He got … Continue reading

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DEATH COMES TO ALL OF US

m3odym4ker, “Death Still Comes” (Imgur) I convinced my husband to go out in a blizzard dressed as Death just so I could add another photo to my macabre collection. http://imgur.com/gallery/qH9OULu Superlennon, Fuck Cancer (Imgur) Lemmy of Motorhead, David Bowie, Alan … Continue reading

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David Bruce: Anecdotes About Death

In November of 1778, John Henderson (1747-1785) was playing Falstaff in Shakespeare’s “Henry IV, Part 1.” The previous Wednesday, a nobleman had died in a duel over a quarrel about gambling, shocking the society of Bath. Mr. Henderson spoke Falstaff’s … Continue reading

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