Friday, January 27, 2012

Looking at Life from the Grave

When most of us think of the undertaker, we probably think of Digger O'Dell, the friendly undertaker we try to avoid. These guys have a unique perspective on life, tho, as they see it at it's end. As the obstetrician sees life at the beginning, we are all pretty equal but at the end, we are all over the place. Sometimes it just looks senseless. Some funeral directors have pushed for healthier lifestyles.
And recently, Detroit funeral directors have targeted violent lifestyles in a way befitting the MC.


Anonymous said...

When Will Salas is falsely accused of murder, he must figure out a way, with the help of a beautiful hostage, to bring down a system where time is money -- literally -- enabling the wealthy to live forever while the poor, like Will, have to beg, borrow, and steal enough minutes to make it through another day.

And the gods wrote this shit through one of their clone host fake tools, some 20 year-old know-it-all placed in Hollywood with a sufficient level of evil to justify creating this wickedness.
I told you the gods are sick monsters. Imagine how many kids they are telepathically working up with this shit.

Quimbob said...

When Doug is captured by the traitor Sardis and brought to Troy, he meets Helen of Troy and proves to Paris that he might be a god.