Breakfast 27 June 2015


Good morning and welcome once again to another edition of Breakfast On The Blog. This morning we explore:





Last year I made a mistake. I did a post about the grave of Victor Noir in the Père Lachaise cemetery in Paris. You can view the post here:


Never mind that I try to post creative poetry, interesting photos, archaeological endeavours and various perspectives on politics, music and life, the post about Noir’s grave tops them all for views each and every week (shaking my head). How so many people can be so interested in some poor bloke getting his bronze hard on rubbed hundreds if not thousands of times a day, I cannot fathom. I mean it is an interesting grave site, but…

Now, they have managed to keep the barriers around Jim Morrison’s grave, but an attempt to keep people from giving old Victor a rub didn’t last long and the barriers were soon removed. Morrison must be green with envy; after all, he wasn’t averse to having his member rubbed either. And now, this turns up. Imagine, after 124 years of having his penis rubbed to a finely polished shine by generations of adoring ladies, there has been a new development at the grave site. This ought to bring a whole new aspect to visiting his grave. I suppose the moral of this story is, if you want a certain degree of immortality, leave future generations something at your grave site that they can take a shine to…


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