Every few years, someone comes along with a masterful command of the English language, able to sculpt words into sentences that resonant with emotion and feeling and so much more than the sum of their letters.
Mr. Adams, I miss you.
I miss your wit, your charm and sarcasm. I miss your jokes and…
Wallace, 93, who had lived in a New Canaan, Conn. nursing home the past several years, had been suffering from dementia.
“It is with tremendous sadness that we mark the passing of Mike Wallace. His extraordinary contribution as a broadcaster is immeasurable and he has been a force within the television industry throughout its existence. His loss will be felt by all of us at CBS,” said Leslie Moonves, president and CEO, CBS Corporation.
Not everyone grows up to be an astronaut Not everyone was born to be a king Not everyone can be Freddie Mercury Everyone can raise a glass and sing Well I haven’t always been a perfect person And I haven’t done what mom and dad had dream But on the day I die I’ll say, at least I fucking tried That’s the only eulogy I need.
Forensic archaeologist, Matteo Borrini, used every bit of science at his disposal to investigate this skull and the person it may have been. The article attached to the link is very interesting - if you like this sort of thing.